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The Massachusetts Service Alliance Builds a Stronger Social Fabric in our Communities through Service & Volunteerism

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Massachusetts Service Alliance

At a time when many families and communities are struggling, Massachusetts residents are stepping forward in record numbers to serve and roll up their sleeves to help solve the growing challenges facing their communities. More than ever before organizations are relying upon volunteers and corps members to help them meet those needs.

The Massachusetts Service Alliance (MSA) invests in community-based organizations and institutions that rely upon volunteers and people engaged in service to meet their community’s needs. Through investing, convening, advocating, and building capacity, MSA develops and supports initiatives that incorporate service and volunteerism as effective strategies to address the pressing needs in the Commonwealth.


2nd Annual MA Service & Volunteerism Day at the State House

Join us on April 10th to hear from "Everyday Community Heroes" as they share their story with legislators and staff and highlight the incredible impact service and volunteerism have on individuals and communities across the Commonwealth - from the Berkshires to Southeastern Mass to Boston and everywhere in between. Read More

National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week is just two weeks away! Find out how you can participate in one of MSA's 18 sponsored projects across the Commonwealth during the week of April 6th - 13th. Help us spread the power of volunteerism in Massachusetts! Read More

Volunteer Recruitment Incentive Initiative

**Intended for currently serving AmeriCorps and Commonwealth Corps members only** The Volunteer Recruitment Incentive Initiative has the goal of allowing AmeriCorps and Commonwealth Corps members in Massachusetts the opportunity to implement new recruitment strategies and tools to reach out to new or un-tapped volunteers within their community to help fulfill the mission of the organization in which they are serving. Read More

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"Life's most urgent question is: what are you doing for others? "     -Martin Luther King, Jr.

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