Many programs are impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. Contact programs directly for the latest information.
Cambridge Healthy Markets
The Healthy Market Program works with local convenience store owners to make healthy, affordable food and drink options available to customers.
SNAP Match Program
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.
CANCELLED Fair and Affordable Housing Open House CANCELLED
11am – 2pmMid Cambridge
Come to learn about services and programs offered in Cambridge that address a range of housing needs, such as: fair housing rights, housing voucher programs, and first-time home-buyer programs.
Child Safety Seat Installation
Learn how to make arrangements to have your child safety seats checked for proper installation.
Information and Referrals at Center for Families
The Center for Families can help connect you to information and resources for families in Cambridge!
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH) Food Pantry
The Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House food services program provides emergency food to over 16,000 individuals and families each year.
Hope’s Cradle Pantry
Hope's Cradle is baby essentials pantry sponsored by Cambridge First Church of the Nazarene .
Directory of Resources for People Homeless in Cambridge
Drop-In Program for Low-Income, Homeless and Abused Women
Exceptional Lives SSI Guide
This free, easy-to-read online Guide will help you to apply for SSI (Supplemental Security Income).
Sign up for a No-Cost Home Energy Assessment
RENTERS: Do you want to save money & make you home more energy efficient ?
Questions about Child Development? Ask Fran!
Fran Roznowski is the Early Childhood Specialist for the Center for families.
Cambridge Renters Energy-Savings Program
The City of Cambridge and All In Energy have partnered to connect you to state and utility incentive programs, starting with a no-cost home energy assessment!
Find It Help Line
Find It Cambridge helps people find organizations, services, resources, and contacts that serve the public. Call us and we'll help you find the supports you're looking for!
Cambridge Housing Resources
The City of Cambridge can help address concerns and questions about housing resources, tenants, homeowners, landlords and property management companies, and court-related information.
The Cambridge Coordinated Access Network is Cambridge's new "front door" for individuals and families experiencing homelessness.
Cambridge in Motion
Cambridge in Motion aims to create an environment that makes it easier for residents and people who work in the city to eat healthy and be physically active.
Community Development Department
Cambridge Community Foundation
Established in 1916 with the charter to serve the city of Cambridge, the Cambridge Community Foundation is a 501(c)3 public charity.
Cambridge Police Department
Center for Families
Community Charter School of Cambridge
Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) is a small, diverse school serving students in grades 6-12 with a proven record of closing achievement and opportunity gaps for all students.
DHSP Fuel Assistance
Serving both the cities of Cambridge and Somerville, the Fuel Assistance Program assists low-income households with winter heating costs incurred between November 1 and April 30.
City of Cambridge
With over 110,000 people located within a 6.
Food For Free
We rescue fresh food that might otherwise go to waste and distribute it within the local emergency food system where it can reach those in need.