Volunteer in Tewksbury for the Holidays
There's no better time to give back to your community than the holiday season.
Volunteering in Tewksbury is a great way to give back to others and spread holiday cheer and warmth in your community.
Donating your time or giving a special holiday gift to a family or child in need can make a big impact.
There are lots of ways to help make the holidays truly special for those who are less fortunate. You can pack a shoebox for Operation Christmas Child, adopt a family through The Salvation Army or donate to Toys for Tots.
Here are a few places that are in need of holiday volunteers in Tewksbury:
The Tewksbury Community Food Pantry always welcomes donations of food and funds, as well as volunteer help. this is especially true around the very busy holiday season. The food pantry serves the needs of more than 200 Tewksbury families.
The Tewksbury State Hospital does wonderful work with people suffering from serious illnesses. Volunteer help is always appreciated.
The Lowell Humane Society can always use an extra set of hands to help with the animals and always welcomes financial contributions.
Put in a call to the office of Superintendent Dr. John O'Connor at 978-640-7801 and ask about volunteering in one of the Tewksbury schools.
The Fire Department is collecting toys for local families once again this season. Call the Central Station at 978-640-4411 and ask how you can help out.
The Tewksbury Senior Center does tremendous work, serving the needs of thousands of Tewksbury seniors. You can call Director Linda Brabant and find out how you might lend a hand.