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Unemployment Advice for Non-English Speakers: CEOC
We can assist those who speak Haitian Kreyol, Spanish, Amharic and Portuguese with signing up for unemployment services.
Emergency Food Pantry: East End House
Our pantry provides individuals and families in need with fresh produce, canned and dry goods, meats, and dairy products.
* Volunteer to accompany an older adult to medical appointments.
Enriched Assisted Living at Neville
Our traditional Assisted Living neighborhood is a great option for those seniors who are mostly independent, but could use some support with daily activities.
LGBTQ+ Older Adult Resource Guide
This guide is an overview of some of the organizations that serve to support LGBTQ+ older adults. There are local organizations, national organizations, and other information.
Meals Program: Harvard Square Churches
The Harvard Square Churches Meal Program operates a community supper each Thursday evening at Christ Church Cambridge.
Senior Services and Delivery at the Cambridge Public Library
Monthly delivery service is available for residents who are homebound due to short or long term disability.
Guided Tours @ the MIT Museum
Explore the museum with one of our educators as your personal guide.
Exceptional Lives Health Insurance Guide
This free online Guide will help you find disability benefits through health insurance, including Medicaid.
Exceptional Lives SSI Guide
This free, easy-to-read online Guide will help you to apply for SSI (Supplemental Security Income).
Volunteering Opportunities at De Novo
This is an opportunity for people to volunteer as a member of the legal, counseling, or administrative team at De Novo.
16,239 hours were contributed by 144 different volunteers in 2019.
Volunteering Opportunities at Cambridge School Volunteers
Contact us to offer your tutoring/classroom help in a public school (JK–12). We are welcoming prospective virtual tutors at the high school level at present. Or, join us for the 2020-21 school year.
Meals Program: Loaves and Fishes
Every Saturday, we open our place to the people in need and provide them with hot meals.
Resources for People with Disabilities
We put together this list of resources to help people with disabilities get their basic needs met during this public health crisis of COVID-19.
Immigrant Financial Assistance: The Welcome Project
We are doing our best to provide financial assistance during this time, we all to apply to this fund regardless of immigration status.
Career Support: MassHire Career Centers
Our offices are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, we return calls and do our best to connect people with available career support resources, such as workshops, job postings and more.
Virtual Martial Arts Classes
Our online taekwondo classes are modified for workout at home. All you need is a space about as wide as you are tall!
Growing Food in the City: Saturday Morning Webinars
Join us to learn about urban farming. Webinars every Saturday morning in May.
Open Business Tracker: Cambridge Local First
We've created a tool to help you search for locally and independently-owned businesses that are operating near you during COVID-19!
Activities & Resources for Children at Home with Special Needs Guide
We've collected a list of resources and activities for children and adults with special needs that parents can use while they're at home.
SNAP Application Assistance: Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House
We're hosting sessions by phone or online for those needing support applying for DTA Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which can provide you with money for groceries.
Virtual Classes and Programs: Watertown Children's Theatre
We have a variety of online classes and programs for performance arts like dancing, acting, play-making, visual arts, storytelling, and more!
COVID-19 Emergency Fund: Cambridge Community Foundation
We've launched a fund as a source of immediate financial relief to deploy grants to Cambridge residents, nonprofits, and small businesses experiencing financial crisis of between $200-$1000.
Food & Supplies List: Find It Cambridge
We created a list of all of the food and supply resources we know about, including food pantries, meal programs, delivery services, and other supports for getting food and supplies.
Seedling Distribution Volunteers: Henry Street Farms
Henry Street Farms will provide one vegetable or herb seedling to each Cambridge student for free! We could really use help from volunteers and those interested in giving in-kind goods.