Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House, Cambridge

H&H Coordinators Jenna and Claire travelled to Cambridge to visit the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House. They met with Mark Stearns, Director of Programs who showed them around the premises and explained the service volunteers will be doing. They also got a little bit of a history lesson: The Margaret Fuller house in over 200 years old, and is named for a famous author and one of the United States’ first women’s rights activist by the same name, who grew up there.  Today, the house functions as a welcoming place for the community to learn and grow. There is a food pantry, technology center, lending library, and services more than 70 young children from low-income families every year with their after school program a summer camp. 

Pine Street Inn, Boston

The mission of Pine Street Inn is to be a community of respect and hope for each guest it serves; to be a resource through which neighbors and friends can help to meet the basic needs of others; and to serve as a national leader in the fight to end homelessness.

Community Harvest Project, Worcester

At our farms in North Grafton, thousands of volunteers come together every year to help plant, tend and harvest hundreds of thousands of pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables for their neighbors in need.  In Worcester County, over 99,000 people utilize hunger relief services through local food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters.  Community Harvest Project provides a consistent supply of high quality, highly nutritious, fresh fruits and vegetables that are distributed throughout these hunger relief organizations.