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Food & Supplies Resources: 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.
Free Delivery Service: Cambridge Bicycle Safety
Sign up to receive free deliveries. Our volunteer cyclists will pick up store orders and deliver items to seniors, vulnerable residents, disabled people, and people that live alone.
Cambridge Temporary Disability Parking Permit Program (CCPD)
We issue temporary Cambridge disability parking permits to residents and individuals who work in Cambridge.
MBTA Youth Pass Program
The MBTA Youth Pass Program offers discounted MBTA passes to income-eligible Cambridge residents between the ages of 19-25.
Second Grade Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Unit
The Safe Routes to School program offers a Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety Unit to all 2nd grade students in Cambridge Public Schools.
Sixth Grade Advanced On-Bike Training
The Safe Routes to School program utilizes a city-owned fleet of child specific bikes to offer on-bike training to all 6th grade students in Cambridge Public Schools.
Free Bluebike Passes: Grocery, Pharmacy, Restaurant, and Retail Workers
We provide free Bluebikes passes to essential workers employed at grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, and local retail shops for Cambridge, Boston, Brookline, Somerville, and Everett.
MBTA Zoom Group Classes
We provide group sessions (currently via Zoom) about how to safely ride the MBTA to groups of older adults and persons with disabilities. Safety, trip planning, accessibility, how to read maps, etc.
Community Development Department
City of Cambridge
With over 110,000 people located within a 6.
Cambridge Bicycle Safety
We are a group of Cambridge residents interested in promoting safety for cyclists of all ages and abilities in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Find It Cambridge
Find It Cambridge is a search tool that helps people find services and activities in Cambridge.
Safe Routes to School
The goal of the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program is to increase the number of students who get to and from school by walking or biking.
Office of Workforce Development (OWD)
OWD offers employment programs for both young people and adults to help them build skills, gain access to opportunities, and work towards the careers they seek.
Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities (CCPD)
We are here to answer disability related questions, provide information & referrals, and give technical assistance to individuals and families, public agencies, and private organizations.
Cambridge Public Schools
Cambridge Public Schools are built on a foundation of academic excellence and committed to promoting an environment of social justice.