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Be a superhero to a homeless child today! Volunteer.

Aug 9 2017
www.horizonschildren.orgLooking to give back or help your community grow? Volunteers are needed to play with young children living in family homeless shelters throughout Western MA.
Horizons for Homeless Children is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of homeless children by providing quality play and opportunities for early education. Volunteer with homeless children [continue reading]

Nominations for Hampshire County Person of the Year end Feb. 28

Feb 23 2017
Published by under Volunteer Work
“Please use this survey to nominate a resident of Hampshire County who goes above and beyond to make our Valley a better place. Also, new this year, The Daily Hampshire Gazette Young Community Leader Award. Nominate a person who lives in Hampshire County and is between the ages of 15 and 30 for this award. [continue reading]

Valley Time Trade Orientations for Winter 2017

Jan 1 2017
Published by under Events, Volunteer Work
Time Trading Time Trading is an organized exchange system through which members earn hours (time credits) for time spent helping other members. One hour of service earns one hour of someone else’s time, no matter what the service.  We are part of a movement across the country and across the world of hundreds of local timebanks. [continue reading]

Peanut butter and jelly drive to aid hungry neighbors

Oct 20 2016
Lavery Greenfield and friends collecting PB&J in 2014
For the last 4 years, Lavery Greenfield (age 10) and a band of fierce, young ladies have taken October and November to raise awareness for food insecurity in the Pioneer Valley by asking for donations of jars of peanut butter and jelly. [continue reading]

Biking event to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County| Gill

Jul 10 2016
The morning of cycling through the scenic hills of Franklin County will begin and end on the campus of the school in Gill. It features a family- friendly 10-mile ride and scenic 25- and 50-mile routes.
GILL -Here’s a big way you can help little children: Participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of [continue reading]

New Trails in Williamsburg Showcasing Local History| Volunteers & Donations

May 1 2016
The dam ruins in 1874 — Source: Williamsburg Woodland Trails
In 1874, Williamsburg’s 600′ dam unexpectedly burst creating a flood that wiped through the four mill villages ( Williamsburg , Skinnerville , Haydenville , and  Leeds ) and finally settled in Florence. The dam was crafted by local factory owners to provide a reliable source [continue reading]

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