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Check out these opportunities in urgent need of your service. If you're already an active volunteer with Boston Cares, simply click on one of these projects below. If you want to become a volunteer, register for an upcoming orientation today!
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interviews with Career Collaborative
Practice Interviews with Career Collaborative
Friday, February 17 | 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Career Collaborative enables family self-sufficiency by helping low-income adults find and keep jobs with career potential. Today, Career Collaborative is an established, multifaceted workforce development organization providing much needed services to low-income clients.​ Volunteers will conduct practice interviews for clients at Career Collaborative to help their clients find jobs.
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Distribute food with East End House
Distribute Food at Mobile Markets with East End House
Wednesday, February 22 | 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Lack of mobility and ability to carry groceries long distances prevents many elderly and disabled community members from using the Food Pantry. Volunteers will assist the Food Pantry Manager and community members unload and set up for pantry. Volunteers will assist in the distribution of food items to residents and/or spend time with clients while they wait for their turn. 

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Tutor youth in math and literacy
Provide Math and Literacy Support at the Laboure Center
Monday, February 27 | 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

We are looking for volunteers to provide academic skills support and enrichment to students for after school tutoring  Volunteers will modeling strategies used by successful readers and problem solvers. Local teens serve as tutors throughout the academic year; Boston Cares volunteers will provide additional support allowing for 1:1 engagement with the younger students. Teens from the Boston Cares community are encouraged to volunteer! Please remember to bring your signed permission form.
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sort books at PBP!
Select Books for Prisoners at Prison Book Program
Thursday, February 16 | 6:30 Pm - 9:00 PM

Prison Book Program gives books to individual prisoners in the United States. Prisoners have limited access to books and the program provides them with free books for personal development during incarceration.  The Prison Book Program believes that education is a powerful tool that reduces the likelihood that a prisoner will return to the prison system. Volunteers will read letters from prisoners, fill their book requests, and package the books to be shipped. Attention to detail is a very important component of this project!

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Join our Team: Boston Cares is hiring!
At Boston Cares, we are always excited to find people who are passionate about service to join our team as we work to meet ever-increasing community needs. We have a new position open as a Project Development Manager. This position will work  to develop hands-on service projects for our corporate partners. Click here for more details and to apply! 
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