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Seeking Volunteers for Boston Nonprofit Leadership Series

When: Thursday, June 19th from 7:30 am until Noon

Where: Boston Center for Adult Education, 122 Arlington Street, Boston MA 02116


The Center for Nonprofit Success is seeking volunteers for its upcoming leadership series in Boston titled “Social Media: Tips and Tools for Using Social Media to Build Support for Your Mission”. They are seeking 7-8 volunteers for the event to help greet and register participants when they arrive. Other volunteer tasks include hosting the speakers at the event, helping with AV connections, introducing them at the start of sessions. Potential volunteers should be friendly, helpful, interested in the nonprofit sector, and have a heart to serve the event and those attending. Volunteers will be able to meet other nonprofit leaders. For those that volunteer they will be able to attend a future Leadership Series seminar in exchange for volunteering. To sign up to volunteer, please click here.

Volunteers Needed for Multicultural/Art Festival

When: Saturday June 7th 10AM – 5 PM

Where: Copley Square: Boylston & Dartmouth Streets in Boston


The Cultural Survival Bazaar is an International Program working to support the livelihood of Indigenous artisans, their communities, fair trade, and other nonprofit programs worldwide. This program will host 5 weekend events in New England featuring Indigenous artisans, performer, and thousands of handmade products for sale. They are seeking volunteers to help at the events. Tasks include helping set up, managing the entrances and exits, canvassing, polling customers, helping at some of the booths, helping break down and cleaning up the event, and many other tasks. To sign up for a shift, visit here or email Dave Favreau at dave@cs.org


Photo Credit: bazaar.culturalsurvival.org

Field Day For Peace

Join the Boston Project Ministries for their Field Day For Peace Event taking place on Saturday, May 24 from 1-6 pm at Walsh Park in Dorchester (967 Washington Street). This stand up for peace event is to encourage youth to be active and promote peace within their Dorchester neighborhoods. Join the Talbot-Norfolk Triangle Youth Council (TNT Youth Council) for an afternoon of sports and activities including, basketball, flag football, dodgeball, and other active activities. There will be prizes for every sport, free food, and a chance to meet the TNT Youth Council who put this event together!  

If interested in volunteering, email Kristi Ellens at kristi@tbpm.org

Garden The Greenway

The Boston Greenway

On Saturday, May 3 the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy is looking for volunteers to help with a horticulture project. This volunteer opportunity will take place from 9 am until 12 pm. Specific assignments will vary based on the park needs that day, but will include gardening tasks such as pruning, mulching, raking, planting, and/or weeding. 

The Conservancy loves engaging volunteers in their space, teaching more about organic landscaping management practices and accomplishing a lot of work with helping hands. The only requirements are volunteers must at least be 19 years old and all volunteers must sign a waiver. Volunteer will meet on the Greenway located between Atlantic Avenue and Purchase Street in Boston. 

Kite and Bike Festival

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Come fly a kite at Franklin Park on Saturday, May 17th from 11 am until 4 pm! Join Franklin Park Coalition for their fourth annual historic family and community kite festival in Franklin Park. If you do not have your own kite, kites will be available for purchase. There will also be bikes for free rental for attendees to take a tour of the park on the paved paths around the stadium and golf course. It is encouraged to bring a picnic lunch or enjoy fare from one of the local food trucks. Enjoy spring by flying a kite or taking a ride around Franklin Park. 

This event will take place at the Playstead Ballfield located at 450 Walnut Ave, Boston, MA 02130. This event is co-sponsored by Franklin Park Coalition, Discover Roxbury, Boston Bikes, and Boston Parks and Recreation Department. 

Spring Planting at Franklin Park

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On Saturday, April 26 Franklin Park Coalition will host a spring planting event. Join Franklin Park Coalition to help plant young trees and clear invasive species in the woodlands of Franklin Park. This event will take place from 10 am until Noon. Volunteers should wear old clothes and bring work gloves if they have their own. Gloves can be provided if volunteers do not have their own. Volunteers will meet at the Valley Gates Parking Lot located midway along Franklin Park Road in Dorchester. 

For more information on this opportunity, please contact Pareesa Charmchi at pcharmchi@socialcapitalinc.org.

Would You Like to Volunteer at the SCI Luncheon Next Week?

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The SCI Social Capitalist Luncheon will take place on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel. SCI is looking for 1 to 2 more volunteers to help with registration at the Luncheon from 10:30 am until 1:30 pm. This is a great opportunity to become involved and network with some of Boston's influential leaders. If interested in volunteering, please contact Regina Au at regina@biomarketinginsight.com.

Boys & Girls Club of Boston St. Patrick's Day Road Race

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The South Boston Boys & Girls Club was founded in 1938 and has been serving the community of South Boston since 1940. This Club serves over 900 youth ages 6-18 annually with over 220 youth attending daily. The St. Patrick's Day Road Race is a Southie tradition and the Boys & Girls Club of South Boston is looking for volunteers to help the day before and the day of the race taking place on Sunday, March 16th at 11 am.

Volunteer Duties

  • Welcome runners and groups
  • Course officials and leaders
  • Course monitors/enthusiastic fans
  • Race day registration/greeters
  • Saturday number pick up

If you are interested in volunteering with the Boys & Girls Club of South Boston for their St. Patrick's Day Road Race, please contact Beth Lindahl at elindahl@bgcb.org

Volunteer with our partners at Future Chefs!

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Food is My First Language (FIMFL) is a group mentoring dinner series that creates 'unlikely allies' between young adults and the professional community through a hands on dinner making series. Facilitating connection that crosses the cultural boundaries of age, ethnicity, class, and ability is an important opportunity for teens that increases the confidence and social skills needed in adulthood. 

Reasons why FIMFL matters: older teens will be able to increase their comfort around adults, connecting adults and teens helps dispel stereotypes that adult professionals may have about urban teens, creating unlikely allies who understand that teens are community assets, not community burdens, and because cooking with company is fun! 

Do you want to help a young adult build their first professional network of support? Join Future Chefs for their dinner series! To participate volunteers must pass CORI check and complete brief youth work training and be committed to participate in four group mentoring dinners. Contact Will Barclay at volunteer@futurechefs.net for more information.

Learn the History of Franklin Park

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Spring is usually a quiet time in Franklin Park. The Park is still a few weeks away from the leaves, birds, golfers, and festival goers attending the park's great activities. It is a special time to take a look at Franklin Park in a different way. The way designer Frederick Law Olmsted saw it. Observe features that are hard to see when the park is fully leafed out. Join the National Olmsted Historic Site for a 90 minute stroll to celebrate spring's arrival in Boston. 

This event will take place on Sunday, March 23 from 2-3:30 pm at Franklin Park Shattuck Picnic Grove located at the intersection of Forest Hills Drive and Jewish War Veterans Memorial Highway in Boston. Advanced reservations are required, to do so, email Ranger Mark Swartz at Mark_Swartz@nps.gov by Thursday, March 20th. Leave your name, phone number, number of people within your party, and any additional contact information. 

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