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Volunteers in the News
One student at Covenant Christian Academy is collecting used shoes that will eventually be converted into enough funds to build a well halfway around the world for a village without access to clean water.
"Hair Through the Hurt" supports Celeste Corcoran and her daughter Sydney, who were both severely injured in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
Students at the Brown School took it upon themselves to raise money for The One Fund Boston by making blue and yellow ribbons, pins, bracelets and keychains.
Volunteers in the News, Going Green
Every year, third- and fourth-graders across Peabody get their very own seedling to plant a tree at home in celebration of Arbor Day.
Volunteers in the News, Business
The One Fund is the central non-profit raising money for the victims of the Boston Marathon attack.
The bank is providing a way to help two families with Salem connections who suffered injuries in Monday's terror attacks.
No official charities set up for the aftermath of the explosion at the Boston Marathon finish line yet.
Count Us In
Two eighth grade students at Higgins Middle School, Katie Wallace and Matt D'Amato, have launched a citywide clothing drive to benefit other kids in need.
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