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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay
As one of the largest adult-to-child mentoring organizations in the nation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay currently serves over 3,500 youth in one-to-one relationships, and more than 100 additional youth in group activities and camperships. Additionally, our service area encompasses 155 cities and towns throughout the Massachusetts Bay area. To learn more, Call 617-956-0281 Or visit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay

The Hundred Club of Massachusetts
The Hundred Club of Massachusetts is the largest organization in the world benefiting the widows and children of fallen firefighters and police officers. Approaching 50 years of service to our fallen heroes, the 100 Club welcomes new members, young and old, rich and poor. The Hundred Club serves the families of over 700 fire and police departments in Massachusetts. Find out more by calling 617-536-4110.

Shine a Light on Lung Cancer
Did you know lung cancer kills more people than breast, prostate, colon, liver, kidney, and melanoma cancers…COMBINED?  Did you know lung cancer kills nearly twice as many women as breast cancer? Did you know lung cancer kills an average of 439 people a day? Please join Lung Cancer Alliance – Massachusetts and Partners HealthCare on Thursday, November 20th at 6pm at The Prudential Center. Help us provide hope for all those touched by the disease as we “Shine a Light on Lung Cancer".  For more information visit lung

Horizons for Homeless Children
The mission of Horizons for Homeless Children is to improve the lives of homeless children and their families. We provide homeless children in Massachusetts with the nurturing, stimulation and opportunities for early education and play that all children need to learn and grow in healthy ways.

Dare Family Services
Helping kids in your community - for a week, a month, a year - a lifetime. Every child deserves the chance to grow up in a nurturing home with a loving family, not just during the holidays, but all year long. Unfortunately, this is not the case for many children. If you have a desire to help a child in need of a family, or know someone that might be interested, please call Marilyn or Janelle at (617) 628-3696 or visit

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) launched the Mental Health National Anti Stigma Campaign to encourage, educate, and inspire people between 18 and 25 to support their friends who are experiencing mental health problems. The prevalence of serious mental health conditions in this age group is almost double that of the general population, yet young people have the lowest rate of help-seeking behaviors. This group has a high potential to minimize future disability if social acceptance is broadened and they receive the right support and services early on.

Allumina Records and the Ground Control
Illumina Records and the Ground Control campaign have created a first of it's kind music promotion plan to not only jumpstart local bands & careers nationally, but allow them to save lives and prevent drunk driving at the same time. For more details go to

March of Dimes
The March of Dimes is the leading nonprofit health organization that champions the needs of moms and babies in your community and across the nation. We funded the research that lead to the prevention of polio and we haven’t stopped defending the health of babies since. From pioneering genetic research to promoting folic acid to fighting for lifesaving newborn screening, the March of Dimes continues to do all we can to make sure every baby is born healthy.          For more information, please visit:

Active Healing
If you want answers for your child struggling with ADHD, Autism, or Learning Disabilities contact Active Healing at Active Healing is a non-profit organization offering FREE DEVELOPMENTAL SCREENINGS in their Gloucester center. Active Healing's functional movement programs are holistic, natural, and drug-free. Contact 978-525-3608 or for a FREE SCREENING.

What to do with that Prom Dress !
The North Shore Fairy Godmother Project collects new and "once worn" formals and accessories for financially disadvantaged high school seniors. Phone:781-594-1255 or WEB Site:
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