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88.5FM - WFCRPublic Radio for Western New England
Agawam Citizen Advocates for Responsible DevelopmentA community organization in favor of responsible community development in The Town of Agawam
American Red Cross
Click on the banner for direct access to the American Red Cross donation page, for victims of Hurricane Katrina.
American Red Cross Pioneer Valley ChapterThe American Red Cross, Pioneer Valley Chapter,
provides services ranging from disaster assistance to training in lifesaving skills.
Armoury Quadrangle Civic AssociationAn all-volunteer, non-profit organization that represents residents and businesses in the Armoury-Quadrangle neighborhood of downtown Springfield.
Cancer House of HopeNon-profit organization offering free-of-charge support groups, relaxation programs and information to people with cancer and their families and friends. Located in Westfield and Springfield.
Center for Human DevelopmentReaching out to people in need
The Center for Human Development (CHD) was founded in 1972 on a philosophy of helping people in the community, a major departure from the prevailing system of placing people in institutions. Over thirty-five years later, the dedicated staff of CHD are still on the road, providing vital support to needy children, people with psychiatric and developmental disabilities, the elderly and the homeless.
Child Care & Head StartQuality child care nurtures a child's development and allows parents to work or attend school without worrying about their children's well-being. Community Action helps parents find and pay for child care and provides high-quality licensed care for hundreds of children each day.
Church in the AcresA multi ethnic community seeking to help individuals grow spritually and searching for opportunities to speak into our community and
Citizens Restoring CongamondCitizens Restoring Congamond is a citizen based, volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the betterment of the Congamond Lakes
Community Involved in Sustaining AgricultureCISA strengthens local agriculture by building connections between farmers and the community.
Conn. Valley Mineral ClubBased at the Tolman Auditorium, Springfield Science Museum, 68 years and going strong!
Dare Family ServicesYou have the power to change a child's life. Dare Family Services is a private, nonprofit social services agency that specializes in providing intensive foster care to children/teens that have been abused or neglected. We are recruiting foster parents in all areas to provide homes for local foster children while they go through the healing process and try to just "be a kid". If you have a desire to help a child in need of a family, please call (413) 439-9000. You have nothing to lose by finding out more information, but the children have so much to gain. Dare...to make a difference!
DirectoryMassachusetts.comMassachusetts directory offers a vast selection for finding our resource and information, Portal.
Exit 7 PlayersExit 7 is a community theater group located in Ludlow, Massachusetts that was founded in the spring of 1984 and began with a production of Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians".
Griffins FriendsGriffin's Friends Children's Cancer Fund at Baystate Children's Hospital: Providing "moments of joy to courageous kids" at Baystate Medical's regional cancer center for 15 years
Heritage Breeds ConservancyHeritage Breeds Conservancy works to conserve historic and endangered breeds of livestock and poultry and encourage production of these breeds to advance farmland.
Holyoke Catholic High SchoolWe are a four year faith based co-ed college preparatory high school. As a school community, parents, students and alumni we focus our attention on the words on the school seal, "That all may be one" found in John's gospel. As always, we invite you to catch our spirit and continue the tradition. Success happens here!
Horizons for Homeless ChildrenHorizons for Homeless Children is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing programs and services for homeless children throughout MA. The Playspace Programs, with its western region office in Holyoke, designs and equips Playspaces in shelters in Holyoke, Springfield, Amherst, Northampton, Greenfield, Pittsfield and Adams. Volunteers are recruited, trained and placed in these Playspaces to spend time playing with children.
Hospice Services of Western MassachusettsHospice Services of Western Massachusetts strives to enable dying persons and those close to them to gain comfort and control over their lives, while neither hastening nor postponing death.
Hospice care focuses on helping people and those that love them, to live as fully as possible until they die. Hospice celebrates the life of the individual and assists patients and families during this time by providing quality, compassionate care. Hospice Services of Massachusetts staff can pay attention to the details, thus permitting patients and loved ones to pay attention to one another and to living.
Innovators' Resource Network A network for innovators, inventors, entrepreneurs, manufacturers, distributors, service providers, and investors in western Massachusetts and northern Connecticut.
Jewish Geriatric Services, Inc.A charitable non-profit organization providing healthcare and residential services for seniors of Greater Springfield and the Pioneer Valley
John Boyle O'Reilly ClubThe John Boyle O'Reilly club was formed to foster Irish culture in the Western Mass area.
Junior Achievement of Western Mass.Junior Achievement of Western Mass. educates and inspires youth to value free enterprise, economics and business to improve the quality of their lives.
Junior League of Greater SpringfieldThe Junior League is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
Little Things Mean a LotLittle Things Mean a Lot, Inc. is a program which collects unopened, trial-sized health and beauty aid items and then donates them to local area shelters, and to organizations who distribute them to people who are in need.
Moms Club of SpringfieldA support group for all moms! We meet several times per month; including playgroups, meetings, and moms night outs. Serving Springfield, Wilbraham, Hampden, Chicopee, Ludlow, & Palmer.
New England Business Associates (NEBA)NEBA is a non-profit organization which provides employment services for individuals with disabilities.
Project H.O.P.E.We are a not-for-profit, non-kill feline rescue organization. We have weekly adoptions on Sundays from 11 am - 4 pm at A.W. Browns on Shaker Road in East Longmeadow. We are always looking for adoptive and foster placements for our cats and greatly welcome donations.
Randall Boys & Girls club - Ludlow Community CenterAn organization committed to helping youth of all backgrounds develop leadership skills, self-esteem and character.
SCORE"Service Corps of Retired Executives," Counselors to America's Small Business, Chapter 228 - Western Massachusetts.
Springfield Business Improvement DistrictMaintenance, beautifications, event and marketing activities...Free Stearns Square CityBlock Party Concerts, Thursday nights in downtown at 7:30pm throughout the summer.
Springfield Jewish Community CenterThe Springfield Jewish community Center is a non-profit agency serving the needs of preschoolers through senior adults.
Springfield Jewish Community CenterAll are welcome! We offer programs and services for infants, pre-schoolers, youth, teens, and adults.
Springfield Photographic Society2012 marks SPS's 75th year!
Springfield Photographic Society meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, from September to May, at Reed's Landing in Springfield, MA (Directions) . At our meetings, we enjoy each others company, discuss photographic techniques and engage in friendly intra-club competitions.
The Club's activities include monthly programs, often of an instructional nature in a particular phase of photography and a monthly competition where members may submit their own photographic work for critique and viewing by other members. These programs are intended to entertain and educate our members in the art and science of photography.
Also, there are various events and field trips (Club Events) throughout the year where members can share in picture taking opportunities.
The Affliated Chambers of Commerce of Greater SpringfieldA business association representing its six independent Chambers serving eight cities and towns.
The Economic Development Council of Western Mass. (EDC)A business association representing its six independent Chambers serving eight cities and towns.
The St. Martha PlayersThe St. Martha Players, founded in 1968, is the oldest community theater group in the area that performs exclusively musical theater.
Toastmasters International"Become the Speaker & Leader You Want to Be!" Conquer Your Fears. Express Your Ideas. Succeed.
Serving Clubs in Connecticut, Eastern New York, and Western Massachusetts
Training Resources of America Inc.TRA is a private, non-profit organization that provides education, employment and training services to educationally and economically disadvantaged youth and adults at no cost to clients. The Nurse Aide/Home Health Aide/CPR Training Program and Food Stamp Education and Training Program are offered in Holyoke. The Young Parents Program is offered in Holyoke and Springfield.
uNi coffeehouse Concert SeriesSponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Society of Greater Springfield
United Way of Pioneer Valley The United Way's mission is simple: to strengthen our community by strengthening its people.
Wachogue Congregational ChurchWachogue Congregational Church was formed in 1926. Wachogue Congregational Church is a member of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches and Fellowship of Connecticut Congregational Christian Churches.
Click here for the Wachogue Congregational Church website
Westfield on WeekendsWestfield on Weekends, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance civic pride; to promote Westfield as a city with a rich history and a vibrant multicultural heritage; to support cultural and community events that engage citizens, volunteers and visitors under one banner.
Westfield Theatre GroupWestfield Theatre Group provides live theatre to the community,encourages members of the community to participate in their productions, to learn more about the theatre, and provides theatre education to local students.
Wilbraham Children's MuseumThe Wilbraham Children's Museum was established in 1982 to provide recreational and educational services for the children of Wilbraham and surrounding communities.
Young Professional Society of Greater SpringfieldThe Young Professional Society of Greater Springfield represents the region's corporate, non-profit, and cultural interests by engaging a younger demographic in several distinct areas. YPS is concentrating efforts on business & career development and networking; social & cultural involvement; and community activism through nonprofit organizations & volunteerism.