• BEVERLY HOSPITAL/Lahey Health Volunteer Services: Beverly Hospital is now taking applications for the Fall 2019 Student Volunteer Program, for students interested in working in a healthcare setting. This includes Beverly Hospital, Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester, and the Lahey Outpatient Center in Danvers.  Students are required to commit to a minimum of two hours per week after school. They are looking for volunteers in a number of departments, including volunteering at the front desk/meet and greet, transport, and the gift shop.  Students must be between the ages of 15 and 18, and at least a sophomore in high school.  For more information contact Jane Karaman, Manager of Volunteer Services or Krisanne Butler, Coordinator of Volunteer Services at 978-922-3000, Ext. 2307, or email  jkaraman@nhs-healthlink.org. Applications can be downloaded from the hospital website at www.beverlyhospital.org
  • LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY:  Pennies for Patients-Changing Lives Program.  This program supports the treatment of Leukemia, Lymphoma, Hodgkins Disease or Myeloma. The money raised  is used towards blood cancer research, treatment and patient services. Student groups or individual students can choose to run the project. Contact Derek Massicotte, Campaign Specialist at 508-810-1311, or Derek.Massicotte@lls.org for more information. 9 Erie Drive, Natick, MA   01760
  • LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY “Student of the Year” Campaign:  The Student of the Year Campaign is a six-week initiative in which High School students participate in a fundraising competition to raise awareness and secure donations to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.  The candidate who raises the most money at the end of the six weeks within the Massachusetts Chapter is named The Student of the Year. The student named Student of the Year will receive a $5,000 scholarship to a college or university of his/her choice.  Every candidate who reaches the minimum fundraising amount of $10,000 will receive a scholarship in the amount of $1,000. In addition, one student will be awarded Citizenship honors and will receive $2,500 to a college or university of his/her choice. The application deadline is TBD, at 5:00 p.m. For more information contact Louise Popp, Deputy Executive Director at 508-810-1302 or at Louise.Popp@lls.org. 
  • NEW ENGLAND HOME FOR THE DEAF:   Is looking for volunteers to visit with their residents.  American Sign Language classes will be given at no charge to volunteers. Volunteers must commit to a minimum of 2 hours per week of service.  Contact Jessica DuPont @ 978-774-0445 Ext. 302 orJessica.dupont@nehomesdeaf.org