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Volunteer for the Spring 2017 Cycle!
Volunteer Sites:

Senior Connections at The Golda Meir House in Newton
Mondays, 7-8pm
Close to the Woodland stop on the Riverside ‘D’ Green line

Take part in discussion groups and create connections with the senior residents.

 

Youth Connections at St. Stephen’s Church in the South End New Structure
Mondays 6:20-7:30pm
South End, off the Orange line at Massachusetts Ave or Back Bay stops, or the #8, #10, #5 or #170 bus
Volunteers will be matched up with one or two middle school students to engage in both a mentoring and academic tutoring relationship. The goal is to create a positive healthy relationship with the middle school students to help them accomplish their homework, work on reading/writing, and build additional academic and social skills. * Volunteers should be comfortable talking with and engaging middle school students.

 

Hunger and Homelessness at First Parish in Cambridge FULL
Tuesdays, 5:15-7:30pm
Harvard Square, off the Red line
Prepare and serve meals to those in need.

 

Senior Connections at Hebrew Senior Life in Brookline FULL
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30pm 
Coolidge Corner, off the "C" green line

Take part in discussion groups and create connections with the senior residents.

 

Adult Education at Harriet Tubman House in the South End FULL
Thursdays, 6:45-8:30pm
South end, off the Orange line at Massachusetts Ave. stop, the #1 bus or the ’E’ Green line at Symphony Hall
Tutor one-on-one with adult students to help improve their skills in math and English language arts.

 

Access to Affordable Food at Daily Table in Dorchester FULL
Mondays, 6:30-8pm
Dorchester, off the red line at Shawmut stop, Fairmont Line at Talbot Ave. stop or the #23 or #17 bus.  Free parking available.
Help with the daily operations of the store including bagging groceries, packaging, stocking, sorting, and light kitchen prep. 

Registration Information:

Click here to register for the Spring Cycle by Wednesday, February 22.

Registration is $18 to subsidize the Shabbat dinners and social event costs. If you are unable to pay this but still want to participate, please contact Julie Hollander.

Dates to Remember
  • Spring Cycle starts the week of February 27 and goes until the week of May 15.
  • Cycle Launch: Wednesday, February 22: meet other volunteers and receive an orientation for your volunteer site.
  • Shabbat Dinner #1:  Friday, March 24
  • Shabbat Dinner #2: Friday, May 12
  • Social Event: TBD
Meet ReachOut! Volunteers:

Attend Riverway Soul Food Friday where ReachOut! Volunteers will be speaking about the program and will be available to talk and answer questions about their experiences.

Learn more on Facebook
February 10 at 7pm
Temple Israel in Boston, 477 Longwood Ave, Boston

Connect with Seniors at Hebrew SeniorLife in Brookline:

Want to try out one of the ReachOut! sites?  Meet the senior residents at Hebrew SeniorLife and other ReachOut! volunteers.

Wednesday, February 15, 6:30-7:30pm
Location: 100 Centre Street, Brookline
RSVP to Julie Hollander

If you would like more information on ReachOut!, contact Julie Hollander, Young Adult Social Justice Programs Coordinator.