• Snow Shoveling for Seniors- Several area residents are seeking students to help shovel as needed in the winter months. This will be located at the homes of seniors and will be arranged through the Boxford Council on Aging. If interested in helping out, please contact Lisa Giugliano 978-887-3591 or lgiugliano@town.boxford.ma.us 
    • Please Help a Senior Citizen Stack Firewood- Please contact Nancy Whittier at 978-766-5659 to schedule.  She lives in Middleton.
    • West Boxford Winter Festival - The West Boxford Improvement Society hosts  our Winter Festival annually.  Dates and times of events are subject to change each year. We are looking for volunteers to help make this community event a success! Various tasks- children's activities, greeting and directing visitors, setup, cleanup, selling raffle tickets, etc.  We can provide a certificate for volunteers for proof of credit hours. Estimated time 10am-2pm (Boxford/Topsfield/Middleton Residents) please contact the West Boxford Improvement Society at westboxfordimprovement@gmail.com 
    • Joyful Noises Preschool - Summer and after-school volunteers are needed to engage with children in hands-on, play-based activities. Volunteers will also assist teachers with classroom organization, cleaning, and set-up. Full days are available during the summer and after-school hours are available 2:30-5pm. Please contact Yvonne Bernier with your interest: director@joyfulnoisestopsfield.org or 978-848-2018
    • Community Giving Tree - "Our mission is to provide families in the local community with basic necessities such as clothing, diapers and wipes, and baby equipment.  Donations of these items help children to grow and thrive, and be successful in life." The After School Program is seeking volunteers available two days a week. There is also a Select Saturdays Program with opportunities on the first Saturday of every month. These are teens only programs. You can volunteer at The Lawrence Giving Center located at 60 Island St Suite 74B, and The Boxford Giving Center at 572 Main St. Please click here for more information about youth volunteer opportunities.
    • Windrush Farm is looking for volunteers to help people with challenges Learn to Ride! Several opportunities for people 14 and up to help in classes, giving physical and emotional support to our riders.We would love to have people with experience with horses to lead them during classes. If you don't have horse experience, there are always plenty of grounds work and projects to do on a farm! Volunteering is available in the summer during camp weeks and during the school year. Please contact Caron King or Tammy Ward, Volunteer Coordinators at 978-862-7855 or volunteer@windrushfarm.org.
    • Nature Groupie - Volunteer throughout New England and locally on outdoor projects and conservation efforts: https://naturegroupie.org/
    • Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation - Beach clean-ups, marine conservation, and research: https://www.blueoceansociety.org/how-to-helpdonate/volunteer-2/

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