Vampire-O @ Danehy Park
7pm – 8:30pmNorth Cambridge
Join us at Danehy Park for a night of Halloween fun! Teams will travel the park after dark, looking for checkpoints & avoiding the vampire curse.
David Walker Scholars
Phillips Brooks House Association
The Harvard Black Men’s Forum created PBHA’s David Walker Scholars to empower young men and masculine identifying individuals in the Cambridge and Greater Boston Area through education and mentorship.
Harvard Muslim Youth Program
Phillips Brooks House Association
PBHA’s Harvard Muslim Youth Program (HMYP) unites Muslim high school students (ages 14-17) with college-aged mentors for mentorship, spiritual engagement, and self-empowerment.
BKB Summer Adventure Weeks
Brooklyn BouldersOutside Cambridge
Indoor Rock Climbing and Parkour Summer Camp
Pools Near Cambridge Guide
Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR)
As part of our effort to enhance our state's natural, cultural, and recreational destinations, this search tool allows you to find a list of all our pools near your area.
BKB Adventure Days are half day sessions designed to help kids foster self-confidence as they climb, jump, problem solve, and explore their creativity.
DHSP RecreationArea 2, Cambridgeport, Riverside, and The Port
Camp Rainbow serves children and youth (ages 6-22) with disabilities by providing a super fun summer program full of outdoor activities, swimming, field trips, crafts, cooking, and more!
Keep The Keys
On The RiseMid Cambridge
Keep The Keys is a housing stabilization program for On The Rise women who transition out of homeless and into housing of their own.
Cambridge Healthy Markets
Cambridge in Motion and Cambridge Public Health DepartmentWellington Harrington North Cambridge The Port Cambridgeport Mid Cambridge
The Healthy Market Program works with local convenience store owners to make healthy, affordable food and drink options available to customers.
SNAP Match Program
Community Development Department, Cambridge Public Health Department, Food For Free, Mass Farmers Markets, and Cambridge Community FoundationRiverside The Port Agassiz
If you are eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, the SNAP Match program will double the value of your SNAP purchases at three Cambridge farmers markets.
Food Pantry: Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH)
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH)The Port
The Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House food services program provides emergency food to over 16,000 individuals and families each year.
Meal Program: Faith Kitchen
Faith Lutheran ChurchThe Port
We distribute free, prepared to-go meals twice each month on the second and last Tuesday evenings.
City of Cambridge and De Novo Virtual Immigration Legal Screening Clinic
Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship (CIRC), De Novo Center for Justice and Healing (formerly Community Legal Services and Counseling Center), and City of Cambridge
8:30am – 12pm
Also: 8:30am – 12pm
On the 3rd Wednesday, this FREE monthly VIRTUAL clinic offers limited consultations with an immigration attorney and the chance to learn more about how immigration law affects them and their families.
Food & Supply Pantry: Cambridge Community Center
Cambridge Community CenterCambridgeport and Riverside
The Food & Supply Pantry is open to all on a first come, first served basis until supplies run out.
VIRTUAL CCTV Workshops
Cambridge Community Television
CCTV is offering both live and pre-recorded workshops online for anyone to enjoy at cctvcambridge.org/learn.
Virtual Mentoring: Partners for Youth with Disabilities
Partners for Youth with Disabilities
We provide mentoring to youth and adults with disabilities to reach their full potential.
COVID-19 Volunteers: Cambridge Volunteer Clearinghouse
Cambridge Volunteer Clearinghouse
CVC informs and guides volunteers about opportunities matching their interests, time and experience.
Virtual Classes: Cambridge Center for Adult Education
Cambridge Center for Adult Education
This Fall (2021) we will be offering online and in-person classes!
Virtual SEPAC Parent Supports & Activities
Cambridge Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) and Cambridge Public Schools
We have several support groups, meetings, and events happening virtually for parents and their children.
Food Assistance: WIC Program
Cambridge Health Alliance
We provides nutrition consultation and food benefits for pregnant, breastfeeding women, infants and children up to age five.
MassHire Career Center Services
MassHire Metro North Career Center and Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development
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.
SNAP Application Assistance: Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH)
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.
Utility Bill Assistance: DHSP Fuel Assistance
DHSP Fuel Assistance
We assists low-income households from the City of Cambridge and Somerville with winter heating costs incurred. Due to COVID-19, we have extended our support until the end of May!
Meal Program: First Church
First Church in CambridgeNeighborhood 9 and West Cambridge
We provide to-go meals to those in need on during dinner hours on Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
COVID-19 Health Resource Guide: Cambridge Public Health Department
Cambridge Public Health Department
We've created a series of guides to help residents understand how to keep their families safe and healthy during the COVID-19 outbreak.