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Category Archives: Low-Income
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.
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.
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.
Provides handmade blankets to terminally ill and traumatized children.
The Growing Responsibility and Independence in People Project is a “by teens, for teens” young people’s program with residential services as a foundation. We work hard, as a team, to teach our residents all of the daily life-skills that they will need to be on their own. In addition to being aggressively active in our community we ensure that young people have a voice, and are experiencing the benefits of service learning. GRIP teens are participants in every part of the GRIP, from making and upholding rules and values, to participating in the daily operations of our home and our place in the community.
We accept donations of non-perishable foods and money to buy perishables. An emergency food supply provided for up to five days.
Table of Plenty in Chelmsford is a non-profit organization consisting of volunteers who desire to share community with those in need, through a free weekly meal. All are welcome. No questions asked.
Connecting non-profit agencies to the public “one wish at a time”. We help more than 100 non-profit agencies in the Merrimack Valley to get needed goods for their low-income clients.
To provide housing for economically disadvantaged persons. Volunteers participate in the construction and/or renovation of a house for those financially unable to be homeowners. Affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International.