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ORGANIZATIONCONTACT PERSONPHONE NUMBEREMAILWEBSITELOCATIONDESCRIPTION
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SOUP KITCHENS / PANTRIES / SHELTERS
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Haley House617-236-8132kmckenna@haleyhouse.orghttp://haleyhouse.org/give/volunteer/Boston
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Community Servings617-445-7777www.servings.orgRoxbury
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Rosie’s PlaceMarty Wengert
617-442-9322 x 218
www.rosies.orgBoston
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On the RiseMarisa Curran617497-9814marisa.curran@ontherise.orgwww.ontherise.orgCambridge
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Pine Street InnLori Tsurda617-282-7177www.pinestreetinn.orgBoston
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Clinton HouseLaurie508-879-0171Framingham
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Pathways Family Shelter508-879-5047Framingham
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Greater Boston Food Bank617-598-5030volunteer@gbfb.orgBoston
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Open Table MaynardPatty Helsingius508 344-6565Volunteer@opentable.orgOpentable.org33 Main St. MaynardMon/Tues/Thurs. shifts
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Open Table Concord978-369-2275http://www.opentable.org/volunteer/Concord
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A Place to Turn508-655-8868info@aplacetoturn-natick.orgwww.aplacetoturn-natick.orgNatick
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American Red Cross Boston Food PantryEmily Walton
617-274-5200 x 5598
walton@usa.redcross.orgBoston
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HearthJennifer Hartwell617369-1565jhartwell@hearth-home.orghttp://www.hearth-home.org/volunteer/Greater BostonEnd Elder homelessness
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Sudbury Community Food PantryEd Gottman978-443-9233riddlered@aol.comhttp://sudburyfoodpantry.org/donate/Sudbury
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East End House Food PantryScott617-876-4444scott@eastendhouse.orghttp://www.eastendhouse.org/get-involvedCambridge
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Bristol Lodge Soup KitchenDick Rogers781-894-1611pbadalament@colonial.nethttp://stjulia.org/bristollodge/Waltham
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Salvation Army Soup KitchenFramingham
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Salvation Army/Miracle KitchenRichard & Lolita Sanchez781-894-0413www.salvationarmyusa.orgWaltham
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Waltham Food PantryDavid Andre617375-0735andred@usa.redcross.orgWaltham
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Horizons for Homeless ChildrenAlexander Hunterahunter@horizonsforhomelesschildren.orgRoxburyMust be 16
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Meals-on-Wheels781-259-8811http://www.lincolntown.org/470/VolunteeringLincoln
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Meals-on-Wheels/www.mealcall.org/meals-on-wheels/ma/sudbury.htmSudbury
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Meals-on-Wheelswww.mealcall.org/meals-on-wheels/ma/Find your town here
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Cor Unum978-688 8900corunummealcenter.org/Lawrence
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The Dwelling Place781-935-6824umcwoburn@verizon.netwww.sciwoburn.org/content/dwelling-placeWoburn
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Room to GrowSaskia Epstein617.859.4545 www.roomtogrow.orgBostonRun by L-S Graduate
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Arlington EatsArlingtonSummer and vacation program
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Harvard Square Homeless Shelterwww.hshsc.orgCambridge
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Family Promise Metro WestJudy Mongiardo/Susan Crossley1 508-318-4820judy@familypromisemetrowest.orgwww.familypromisemetrowest.org/volunteer.htmlNatickrespond to homeless family needs
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LIBRARIES
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Lincoln Public Lib.781-259-8465www.lincolnpl.org/ lincoln@minlib.netLincoln
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Goodnow Lib.goodnow@sudbury.ma.ussudbury.ma.us/departments/library/Sudbury
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Boston Public Library617-536-5400ask@bpl.org.www.bpl.orgBoston
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Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods781-259-4730https://www.walden.org/get-involved/careers-and-volunteering/LincolnAlso has Farm project
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FARMING
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The Food ProjectSonal Dhingra781-259-8621spy@thefoodproject.orgthefoodproject.org/volunteer-individualsLincoln/Boston
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Gaining GroundHeidi Gengenbach 978 610 6086office@gainingground.orgwww.gainingground.org/ConcordMust be 16 or with adult
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Community Farms781-899-2403volunteer@comminutyfarms.orgWalthamneed help Sun. Tues. Thurs. produce for soup kitchens
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Lindentree FarmAri Kurtz781-259-1259lindentreefarm@att.netLincolnSome produce donate Soup kitchens Run by L-S Grad.
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The Farm at Walden Woodshttps://www.walden.org/get-involved/careers-and-volunteering/
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ANIMALS
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Animal Rescue League of Bostonhttps://www.arlboston.org/get-involved/volunteer/Boston/Deham, BrewsterMust be 16 and give 6mos. volunteer service
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Boston Animal Control And Adoption Center617 635-1800www.cityofboston.gov/animalcontrolRoslindaleVol. 16-18 need parental consent
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Kitty ConnectionMarie MazzeoMedford
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Buddy Dog Humane SocietyDonna DeWallace978-443-6990info@buddydoghs.netwww.buddydoghs.comSudbury
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Save-A-DogAnne Mazzola978-443-7282anna@saveadog.orgwww.saveadog.orgSudbury
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Drumlin FarmsPamela Sowizral781-259-9807psowizral@massaudubon.orgdrumlinfarm@massaudubon.orgLincoln
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Friends for TomorrowAllie Dingman781-259-8909friendsfortomorrow@gmail.comwww.friendsfortomorrow.org/volunteer.htmlLincolnTherapeutic Horseback riding
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Lovelane Special Needs Horseback Riding
781-259-1177 x26
https://lovelane.org/volunteer/become-a-volunteer/www.lovelane.org/volunteering/LincolnTherapeutic Horseback riding
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Stoneymeade FarmNicki Shah617 320-3080nicki@stoneymeadefarm.com http://htpp://www.Stoneymeadefarm.com ConcordTherapeutic Horseback riding Sun. 1-5, Mon., Fri.
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Therapeutic Riding Lessons: Pond Hollow farmAnne McCoubrey Wilson508-358-0855annemccoubreywilson@gmail.com
www.equinesite.com/therapyride.htmWaylandTherapeutic Horseback riding
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Phinney's FriendsJudith Bell617-979-8705http://www.phinneysfriends.org/LincolnHelp struggling owners and their pets
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MetroWest Humane Societyhttp://metrowesthumanesociety.org/volunteer.htmlAshland
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Alliance for Animals617 - 268- 7800www.afaboston.org/volunteer.htmlSouth Boston
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MSPCAMeagan RockMrock@mspca.orgJamaica PlainMust be 16
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New England AquariumMargaret Stone, Megan Moore617-973-5235 vols@neaq.orgwww.neaq.org Boston
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Zoo New England- Stone Zoo -Stoneham Franklin Park Zoo-Bostonwww.zoonewengland.orgBoston
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WALKS/CYCLE/FUNDRAISERS
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Walk to Cure Diabetes, JDwww.teamsudbury.weebly.comJDRF Office 781-431-0700
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Pan MassSarah Lichtsarah@pmc.orgwww.pmc.org
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JDRF WalkMaryann Tabola978-579-9592mailto:matabola@comcast.netTeamSudbury.orgSudbury
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Relay for Life/Cancerwww.relayforlife.org
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Avon Walk for Breast CancerEmily Ransomemily.boston@avonwalk.orgwww.avonwalk.org
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Aids Walkwww.aidswalkboston.org
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Walk for HaitiAlissa Jarvis, L-S978-443-9961alissa_jarvis@lsrhs.netwalkforhaiti.org/Cambridge
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Walk for Hungerwww.projectbread.org
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Gulu Walkwww.invisiblechildren.com/
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Hope Sudburywww.hopesudbury.org/Sudbury
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Project Bread Walk for Hungervolunteer@projectbread.orgBostonMust be 16
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Crop Walk for Hunger
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Walk for MS www.msnewengland.org
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National Brain Tumor Societywww.autismwalk.org
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HOSPITALS/MEDICAL
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MetroWest free Medical ProgramKim Prendergast Doug Barth617-470-1632
978-443-8221
Kim.Pendergast@gmail.comdbarth@simplydirect.com,www.metrowestfreemedicalprogram.org/index.php/volunteerSudbury, (Beth El) FraminghamOnsite health care program
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Emerson Hospitalhttps://www.emersonhospital.org/en/Support/Volunteering/Student%20Volunteer%20Program.aspxConcord
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Lahey ClinicDonna Silva781-744-8803Donna.S.Fitchett@lahey.orgwww.lahey.org/About_Lahey/Volunteer_Opportunities/Junior_Volunteer_Program.aspxBurlington and satelites
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Mass. Gen. Hospital Vol. Dept.Meghan Fitzgibbons617-253-9607www.massgeneral.org/VolunteersBostonMust be 16
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MetroWest Medical Centerwww.mwmc.com/about-mwmc/volunteer.aspxFramingham
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Mt. Auburn HospitalJan Ankerson617-492-3500Cambridge
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Newton-Wellesley HospitalLauren Lele617-243-6048Newton
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Boston Medical CenterDotty Keosaian617-414-3652Boston
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Beth Israel HospitalTerry Morgan617-667-3026Boston
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St. Elizabeth’s HospitalMary Carrol617-779-6262BostonMust be 16
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New England Baptist HospitalLynn Stewartlstewar1@nebh.orgBostonMust be 16
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UMass Memorial Marlborough Hospitalhttps://www.umassmemorialhealthcare.org/marlborough-hospital/giving/volunteer-servicesMarlboroughMust be 15
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ENVIRONMENT
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U.S. Fish & WildlifeSusan Russo
978-443-4661 x34
Susan_J_Russo@fws.govwww.fws.gov/northeast/EasternMANWRComplex Sudbury & environs
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