Volunteering with the Massachusetts Service Alliance
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Massachusetts Service Alliance! The contribution of our volunteers - including board members, grant reviewers, and interns - are critical to the success of MSA's community service programming in Massachusetts.
At MSA, individuals can volunteer to serve as community grant reviewers. To learn more about the grant review process and how to become a community grant reviewer, click here.
Connect & Serve
Connect & Serve’s user-friendly design has many features to:
- search for opportunities that match your skills and interests;
- search by impact area or zip code; and
- receive alerts via e-mail about upcoming events and opportunities.
Click here to get connected today!
Nearly fifteen hundred AmeriCorps members are involved in intensive service to meet critical needs in communities across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. If you would like to help in your community, gain hands-on experience while making a real difference in someone's life, and earn money for college, you can be an AmeriCorps member.
Service opportunities for AmeriCorps members include AmeriCorps*State and National, AmeriCorps*VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) and AmeriCorps*NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps).
To learn more about AmeriCorps programs, click here.
Connect with other service agencies in Massachusetts
MSA is proud to collaborate with agencies across the state of Massachusetts to encourage and support service and volunteerism in our communities. Click here to find out more about the service agencies in our state.
The Massachusetts Service Alliance does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, ability, sex, secular preference, sexual orientation, marital status, age, political affiliation or religion, in accordance with non-discrimination requirements of applicable statutes. Our organization can provide reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities upon request.
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does. " -William James