15 Years of Building Social Capital

Here is a slideshow with some of the milestones we shared at the Social Capital Inc. 15th Anniversary event on November 16, 2017.

15 Ways You Can Help SCI

15 Ways You Can Help SCI

 

  1. Donate!
  2. Volunteer to serve as a Woburn Ambassador, sharing your knowledge and passion for Woburn with newcomers.

  3. Join us for #WalkWednesday in Chelsea, or talk to us about how you can get a similar effort going in your community.

  4. Meet with David to explore joining the SCI Board or Ambassadors Council.

  5. Offer your home as a stop on the Woburn Holiday House Tour on Dec. 10 and/or recruit a friend to do so!

  6. Tell someone in your network about the chance to serve with SCI AmeriCorps. We have openings for a 6 month term of service in January, and a 10 month term starting in September.

  7. Contribute an item that can be raffled at the Holiday Wine Tasting on Dec. 10.

  8. Sign-up for one of SCI’s community enewsletters.Read more

An Interview with Katie Sullivan - SCI AmeriCorps Member

Katie Sullivan

Katie Sullivan is an SCI AmeriCorps member who was originally drawn to the program through the experience she had with the Boys & Girls Club of Woburn while attending Woburn Memorial High School. As a sophomore, Katie made the decision to apply to the Intrepid Keystone Club - a choice that eventually set her on a path that led her to attend the University of New Hampshire and upon graduating, inspired her to give back to the organization which had such an strong impact on her as a highschooler.

 

Questions & Answers

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AmeriCorps is Recruiting! Serve, Grow, Learn.

AC Members
 
 
SCI AmeriCorps members are placed into one of two teams, Volunteer Outreach Coordinators and Youth Leadership Coordinators. 
 
We are currently filling positions that will serve 1700 hours from September 2017 to June 2018
 
Volunteer Outreach Coordinators (VOC) will develop and implement practices for effective volunteer engagement at their host sites, drawing on SCI’s emphasis on relationship development and nurturing local social networks.
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Your elderly neighbor in Charlestown needs you

FriendshipWorks is looking for volunteers in Charlestown to spend an hour a week chatting, grabbing a coffee, going for walks, playing games, laughing and so much more! With one hour a week you can make the difference in the life of an isolated senior. We are flexible but ask for a commitment from our friendly visiting volunteers as elders will be relying on their new friend. No experience required. Volunteers can visit on weekends and weeknights. Can't commit to a weekly visit? Ask us about our friendly helping program where you would choose the tasks to help out with that fit your schedule.

Have questions? Please call us at (617) 482-1510 ext. 133

Was this opportunity made for you? Then take a minute to complete our volunteer application:

http://www.fw4elders.org/volunteer/volunteer-application/