Greater Boston Area

Midas Collaborative Service Description seeks LISC AmeriCorps Member

The Midas Collaborative Service Description
LISC AmeriCorps Member
The Midas Collaborative is a statewide collaborative of community-based, nonprofit organizations that help working low-income residents in Massachusetts build assets and achieve greater economic stability. The Collaborative’s mission is to facilitate asset development of low-income families in order to complement public programs devoted to income maintenance.

Rowing Summer Camp for ages 12-18; July/August

Girls and Boys Row Boston
Located at Community Rowing in Brighton

Rowing Summer Camp for all ages 12-18
No experience necessary
Free transportation (from Ruggles station) provided

G-Row Summer Camp:
July 25 - 29
9:30 a.m. to 1:30  p.m.

Boys Row Summer Camp
August 22 - 26
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

For more information contact us at 617-779-8277 or

Like G-ROW and Boys Row Boston on Facebook

Dorchester Community Food Co-op

Mailing Address (if different than physical location): 

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 


(to be determined) in Dorchester
United States

The Dorchester Community Co-op is an organization currently in formation by residents of Dorchester, MA and surrounding communities, who are in the process of creating a food cooperative - a community-owned business that will bring healthy food into the community and make it accessible to all.

The Dorchester Community Co-op is committed to:

  • Inclusivity: The co-op will celebrate the diversity of our neighborhoods and reach out to the different ethnic groups, age range, and mixed income groups that make up our community.
  • Healthy Food:  Access to healthy, affordable, and nutritious food is essential to creating a healthy community.
  • Building Community: The coop will serve as a dynamic space to bring people together.
  • Sustainability: Social, economic and environmental sustainability are the cornerstones of the co-op business model.
  • New Economic Model: An economy controlled by its local residents provides stability.
  • Youth: Engaging our youth is important for building our future.
  • Jobs for our Community: Money spent in our community creates more local jobs and supports the Dorchester community.
Key Partners: 
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

Please help by:

  • Joining the mailing list.
  • Pledging to become a member-owner.
  • Volunteering to help organize the co-op.
  • Follow DotCommCoop on twitter @DotCommCoop and on Facebook.
  • Telling neighbors and friends about the co-op.

Please contact Dorchester Community Food Coop via e-mail - help, support and ideas welcomed!

Key Programs Offered: 

Dorchester Winter Farmers' Market 2012 - 6 Norfolk Street, Codman Square, every Sunday 12-3, January through March


The Community Food Coop is in the preliminary phases of planning which means that now is a great time to get involved and have your voice heard!

Current primary goals are spreading the word about the co-op and involving as many people as possible now, in the beginning stages.

Activities planned for the coming months: location research, a neighborhood resident survey, and completion of feasibility and marketing studies. The community's help and input is essential to move this process forward! The co-op will need a minimum of 500 paid members-owners to break ground.

Friends of the Blue Hills

Mailing Address (if different than physical location): 

PO Box 416
Milton, MA 02186




The Friends of the Blue Hills was formed in the mid-1970s by a group of people that recognized the vulnerability of the Reservation. For over 30 years, FBH has engaged the public in activities that protect the park by preventing encroachments, increasing park resources and improving park management. FBH’s mission has remained intact over the last 30 years: to protect and preserve the Blue Hills Reservation in its natural state. To accomplish this mission FBH acts to:


  1. Advocate for actions that will enhance the Reservation and serve as watchdog of activities that might adversely affect it.
  2. Guide enthusiasts in exploring the nearby remoteness of the Blue Hills Reservation through educational, historical, and nature hikes.
  3. Encourage involvement in the protection and preservation of the Reservation by all users.
  4. Work with the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) to maintain the quality of the Reservation and provide public input for its management.
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures:

$25 - Individual
$45 - Family
$20 - Senior


  • Become part of a larger coalition of environmental organizations working on similar issues in and around the Blue Hills Reservation.
  • Play a part in working to protect and preserve the quality of life, sense of place, natural beauty, and ecological value that is contained within the Blue Hills Reservation.

Save the Harbor / Save the Bay Summer Youth Activities

Harbor/BaySave the Harbor / Save the Bay is once again offering youth organizations for the opportunity to go on a free Harbor Islands adventure this year.  Spots on our All Access Boston Harbor trips are filling up, but we still have plenty of available spaces for this summer season for organizations that haven’t yet reserved their space. The program runs Tuesday-Thursday, July 6-August 18.

Availability on the following dates, depending on the size of the groups:
To Spectacle Island: July 19, 21, 26, and August 9, 10
To Georges Island: July 14 and August  2, 4, 18

Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston seeks Communication Specialist

Boys & Girls Clubs of BostonCOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST POSTED: 6/29/11 


Community Organizer for Close To Home Youth Network




Regional Center for Healthy Communities (Metrowest) seeks Community Health Specialist, Deadline 7/15!

The Regional Center for Healthy Communities (Metrowest) is hiring a Community Health Specialist.

We are especially looking for more diversity in our applicant pool and would appreciate you forwarding the attached job posting to your networks (apologies in advance for cross-postings). We will be accepting new applications this week only [deadline extended to 7/15]. Many thanks for your assistance in this process!

All the best,

Laura Cody, MPH
Community Health Specialist
Regional Center for Healthy Communities (Metrowest)
552 Massachusetts Ave #203
Cambridge, MA 02141
Ph: 617.441.0700 X 210
Fax: 617.441.0555 


Community Health Specialist             


Advance Caller/E-Mailer WANTED, apply by July 15! (Boston Fair Housing)

Advance Caller/E-Mailer (Part-time 9 month position. No benefits.)

Position Description:

The Advance Caller is responsible for communicating with housing providers via telephone and e-mail to gather information on available housing and reporting the results.

Boston Park Advocates (BPA)




The mission of the network is to connect and unify Boston’s diverse park and community stakeholders. We aim to build our capacity, share resources and information, raise public awareness, and strengthen the collective impact of our network members to influence public park policy and increase support for the range of urban parks and open spaces.

Key Partners: 

Dorchester Environmental Health Coalition

Franklin Park Coalition

How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 
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