Volunteers Resources/Partners Donations Contacts  


MASS 211. Phone number is 211.

This is a 24 hour information & referral service through United Way of Massachusetts.

Southborough Youth & Family Service (508) 481-5676
A community resource, designed to offer guidance when families are in need or in crisis.
They provide counseling, education, preventative and community programs and youth activities. They also coordinate a campership program. They provide fuel assistance for residents under 60.

Southborough Senior Center (508) 229-4453
The Center offers an array of activities, classes, trips and events for every level of activity
Health screening and consulting are available with a Registered Nurse. Outreach services are provided to seniors in need, vulnerable, or isolated. Hot meals are served for lunch each day. Call for info. Fuel assistance provided for residents 60 and older.

SMOC (South Middlesex Opportunity Council)  1-(800)-724-7662
Nonprofit multi-service center with numerous services and programs in the areas of mental health, substance abuse, child care/Head Start, crisis intervention, criminal justice and re-entry programs, employment and adult education, energy and financial assistance, housing and nutrition.

Department of Transitional Assistance (508) 661-6600
This is an agency which provides food stamps, cash benefits, Medicaid and Emergency Assistance to families who have little or no income.

Project Just Because (508) 435-6511
This organization provides clothing and necessities to those in need.

Special Thanks to Our Partners

Worcester County Food Bank


And to our wonderful Donors

Ken's Foods

Southborough Schools

The Girl & Boy Scouts

Sponsoring Church Communities

United States Postal Service

Southborough Rotary

Pilgrim Church, for providing  space, heat and lights.

And all the individuals and other organizations helping us with donations, support and prayers.