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Volunteering Opportunities

Bread of Life is an organization that provides food for the hungry
and homeless in Malden and  Everett. 

Location: 54 Eastern Ave. (Rear). Malden, MA 02148
781-397-0404  •  [email protected]

What you can do: 
  • Donate food or toiletries
  • Volunteer at the food pantry
  • Hold a food or clothing Drive
  • Assist with fundraising
  • Volunteer at events

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410 Broadway, Everett, MA 02149 

Are you a high schooler who needs volunteer hours for college, NHS, or other academic pursuits? Become a volunteer tutor at the Parlin Memorial Library!

We need volunteers on Monday through Thursday from 3-5pm to tutor at our Homework Center.

Submit a volunteer application at the Parlin Memorial Library today. Email [email protected] or call 617-394-2300 with any questions.

 TEASA (Teens in Everett Against Substance Abuse)
Local organization that works to prevent substance use in teens.

Several current students are involved with this organization. Ms. Bakker can direct you to those students who can talk more about how to get involved with TEASA.

A YMCA program, the Enrichment Center is a drop-in open year round that gives teens a safe place to go. In addition to a drop-in center, structured programming in leadership, education, and workforce development is available. The center is open to all Everett teens between 12-18. Membership is required and costs $10 per year. Scholarships are available. 

857-363-2611  •  [email protected]

 Location: 548 Broadway (Maple Street Entrance)

What you can do: 

Achievers Program
Open to 9-12th graders, this program supports teens and their families plan for life after high school. Teens set post-graduation goals and receive help pursuing them. They will explore careers, colleges, and tour local colleges. The program helps teens with the college application and financial aid process and offers job shadowing. 

Leaders Club
Open to 9th-12th graders, this program meets twice per week and trains teens to be leaders. They will identify problems in their communities and ways to change them. Once a month, teens will perform community service. 

Y Lead
This program, which meets twice per week, is for middle school students. It will teach them how to give back to their community through service projects. 
Teen Center Committee 
This is a leadership role. Teens must complete an application and interview for consideration. Teens will meet with the ETEC management and community to discuss any issues. Teens will plan field trips, speakers, activities, and community service. 

Housing Families works to end family homelessness. They provide safe, temporary shelter and quality affordable housing to homeless and at-risk families. They offer individualized supportive services to enrich children’s lives, nurture the potential of each family member, and help families maintain permanent housing.

What you can do: 
Tutor younger students 
Help with events 
Work administrative jobs in their office

Nation-wide organization that builds affordable housing. 

240 Commercial St., Boston, MA.02109

617-423-2223  •. [email protected]

What you can do:
Help build a house! 

ECG members work to create spaces for growing food in the city. Help them grow healthy food! 

617-394-7632. •   [email protected]

617-422-0910 Ext. 208   •  [email protected]

○ Create crafts such as cards, kits, and games that will be donated to local community partners.

Signature Days of Service 
○ Be a volunteer to make an impact on Family Volunteer Day, Global Youth Service Day, and MLK Day.

Teen Advisory Council 
○ Spend your school year developing a project with like-minded middle & high school students to lead on Global Youth Service Day.

Learn & Serve 
○ Dedicate four days of your February, April, or summer vacation learning and completing service relating to a specific community read.

Calendar Program 
○ We offer 250+ projects every month, many of which are youth friendly! Serve at local shelters, kitchens, parks, and more all year round.

Service Clubs 
○ Come together with a group of friends or classmates to run your own Service Club! Volunteer and complete projects on your own, using Boston Cares resources to guide your impact.

Help low income families. You can help disadvantaged families stay warm and healthy during winter, also can help them get holiday gifts. For more volunteer options go to: Contact Information: 

11 Dartmouth St, Suite 104, Malden, MA

781-321-2501. •  [email protected]


781-979-3091.  •.  [email protected]

Melrose Wakefield Hospital: Volunteer opportunities include; 

  • Greeters 
  • Library Cart 
  • Data Entry  

Apply HERE