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.
2017 Youth Development Volunteer Initiative RFP
MSA is pleased to release a Request for Proposals for its Youth Development Volunteer Initiative. MSA seeks to award grants up to $10,000 to provide capacity-building opportunities to nonprofits and Volunteer Connector Organizations* to better engage volunteers in youth development programming by creating, or expanding and replicating promising models. Applications are due on Friday, September 23, 2016 by 5:00pm. Read More
2017-2018 Massachusetts State AmeriCorps RFP
MSA is pleased to release the 2017-2018 AmeriCorps State Request for Proposals. In Massachusetts, there are more than 2,300 members serving each year to meet critical needs in the Commonwealth including providing tutoring and mentoring services to children, legal assistance for individuals and families, providing health education and job readiness workshops, and maintaining our natural resources and public lands. Read More
MLK Day 2017 RFP Released
MSA is pleased to release the 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service RFP. This is a wonderful opportunity to empower individuals to bridge barriers, engage together, and strenthen our communities through volunteerism. Applications are due in the online system by Friday, September 9, 2016 by 5:00 p.m. Read More
"I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." -Tennessee Williams