How You Can Help

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Call District 8 Elders and Neighbors

  • Our amazing volunteers have begun calling elders and neighbors throughout District 8.
  • If you would like to make calls, please email Emily.Brown2@Boston.gov

Other Ways to Help Out!

  • The Boston Resiliency Fund is supporting food access and other essentials during this public health emergency. You can donate here.
  • Cradles to Crayons is currently seeing a devastating demand for critical items like diapers, hygiene products, school supplies and other essentials. They recently established an Emergency Essentials Fund to quickly respond with resources to meet these increasing needs. You can donate here.
  • The City of Boston under Mayor Walsh is coordinating volunteers who are looking to help and connecting them to future outreach and volunteer opportunities. Visit this form to learn more and sign up.
  • Irene Li of Mei Mei has started a fundraiser to support immigrant owned and mom and pop restaurants who might not have access to needed resources and capital right now. You can earmark your donation for a specific restaurant, if you’d like.
  • Penguin Pizza created the Feeding the Frontline initiative, to support both hospital staff and small businesses during this time. You can call Penguin Pizza at 617-277-9200 or order online and instruct they deliver it to a local hospital for staff. Be sure to leave a tip to support restaurant and delivery workers!

Buy a Mask Locally Made By a Small Business

  •  Bloom, a proud small business in Everett & East Boston is making face masks full time right now. They are 100% cotton and reusable. Support a small business while protecting yourself and others! Visit their website for more information,
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