Search for Organizations
Browse Volunteer Organizations
Attention Organizations!To add your group or an event, please use our event submission form. To update your organization's record in the Community Information database, please use the Organization Update form. If you have any questions, please contact Vickie Turcotte at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-256-5521 x106.
Chelmsford CIVICThe Community Involvement and Volunteerism In Chelmsford (CIVIC) Committee undertakes efforts to increase volunteerism and civic engagement.
Check out CIVIC on Facebook.
Category Archives: Education
Our Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit youth development organization governed by a 33-member Board of Directors. Volunteering at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell is a great way to impact young lives in our community, and make a difference in your own life as well.
Working to organize the city of Lowell since 2012, 350 Mass is a volunteer led, non-profit focused on fighting climate change. The Greater Lowell Node includes volunteers from Chelmsford and other nearby towns with meetings and most public events centered in Lowell.
Individuals and groups seeking volunteer opportunities can help the park in a variety of ways.
Chinese Bible Church of Lowell (CBCGL) was established in 1989. CBCGL has three congregations that speak English, Mandarin and Cantonese. We have English and Chinese Worship on Sundays and fellowship and AWANA on Fridays.
We are working toward the day every child enters kindergarten ready to succeed.
The Trustees is looking for knowledgeable dedicated people to interact with visitors at The Old Manse in Concord. Volunteers will lead dynamic house tours, help visitors pick out books and merchandise and explain the benefits of becoming a member of the Trustees.
We support individual survivors by creating a safe environment, utilizing trauma-informed, empowering approaches and offering hope and support to engage in the healing process. We advocate for individuals and significant others affected by sexual violence to start their own process.
The CHELMSFORD CULTURAL PARTNERSHIP functions as the “hub” for the arts and culture by supporting and promoting existing and new programs, activities and events. In addition, we provide coordinated marketing and promotional efforts.
We identify and promote programs which are designed to meet the physical, emotional, and social needs of residents who are 60 years of age and older. Special Services include transportation, nutrition, health, outreach, respite care, home care, fuel assistance, Adult Supportive Day Program, Meals on Wheels, Friendly Visitor Program, support groups, recreational & social activities, the “Senior Citizen Messenger” monthly newsletter, and information & referral.
The Chelmsford Center for the Arts offers a wide variety of entertainment options from country, jazz, rock, and classical music…to art exhibits, children’s events, theater and dance. Attend world-class performances and events year-round!