BIG BROTHER/BIG SISTER: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts is on a mission to help students in under-resourced families thrive by providing transformational, one-to-one relationships with caring adult mentors. Click www.emassbigs.org for more information.
HARBORCOV: Harbor (Communities Overcoming Violence) provides free safety and support services, along with housing and economic opportunities that promote long-term stability for people affected by violence and abuse. Visit HarboCov’s website at harborcov.org for more information.
HOME FOR LITTLE WANDERERS: The Home helps secure students’ emotional, social, educational and physical well-being. Through their “open door” services, they work to ensure consistent people and progress for every student, turning the need for a better, brighter future into a reality. Visit Home for Little Wanderers website at www.thehome.org for more information.
LA COLABORATIVA: La Colaborativa is a community partner which helps families with food and diaper distribution. Visit their Facebook page for more information. www.facebook.com/lacolaborativechelsea or visit their website at la-colaborativa.org/ for more information.
MACIR: MACIR’s mission is to inspire and empower low and moderate-income individuals and families in the city of Revere through education, cultural events, leadership, and civic engagement initiatives. Contact [email protected] for more information or visit their website at www.macir.org for more information.
NORTH SUFFOLK COMMUNITY SERVICES: North Suffolk Community Services promotes health and wellness through accessible and equitable early intervention, treatment, education and advocacy so that all residents of the communities we serve may live fulfilling lives. Visit North Suffolk Community Services website at www.northsuffolk.org for more information.
THE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPERS: The Neighborhood Developers strive to create affordable, welcoming communities across Revere, Chelsea and Everett. They can help connect families with SNAP, rental assistance, employment skills, and more. Call 617.712.3487 for more information.
REVERE CARES/REVERE ON THE MOVE: Revere CARES and Revere on the Move work to increase access to healthy foods to combat obesity and hunger in the community and the schools. They promote active living by enhancing school’s physical activity programs; and increase awareness and education through diverse media channels. Visit Revere Cares website at www.reverecares.org for more information.
REVERE COMMUNITY SCHOOL: Revere Community School (RCS) serves the immigrant community in Revere, offering classes in ESOL, Citizenship, HiSet, and computer classes. Contact Fatou Drammeh at [email protected] for more information.
REVERE POLICE DEPARTMENT: Revere Public Schools has a special relationship with the Revere Police Department, who provide our school resource officers. Although safety is their priority, RPD also offers programs for at-risk youth and provides comfort to all members of the community with their Comfort K9, Charlie. Visit the Revere Police Department’s website at www.reverepolice.org for more information.
WOMEN ENCOURAGING EMPOWERMENT: WEE serves the community by providing English, computer, and job readiness classes and emergency support. Email [email protected] for more information or visit their website at https://womenengaging.com/ for more information.