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Campaign Headquarters of Mary-Ellen Manning
46 Main St, Peabody, MA 01960
This campaign headquarters sponsors Mary-Ellen Manning, a public office candidate running for the office of the StateMore Senate 2nd Essex district. Manning currently is a Democrat on the Governor’s Council for district five. She attended Northeastern University School of Law and has many years of experience in government. Supporters and interested residents can volunteer through holding signs, making phone calls, knocking on doors and more. Check the main website for details on views or positions or for information on volunteering or getting involved.
Citizens for Adequate Housing
42 Washington St, Peabody, MA 01960
For a quarter century CAH has worked to end homelessness by providing temporary shelter and assistance with findingMore permanent, affordable housing. Volunteers are eagerly sought for a variety of tasks: cooking, clerical assistance, child care, mentoring, transportation and more. Consider a donation or taking part in periodic events listed on the organization's Web site calendar.
Saint Johns Rectory & Parish Center
17 Chestnut St, Peabody, MA 01960
This building serves as a thrift shop for the community. Clothing and other small, household necessities are sought asMore donations. The store is open several mornings every week for anyone in need. Volunteers are also needed to help with sorting donations.
Peabody Police Department
6 Allens Ln, Peabody, MA 01960
Peabody Police Department is run by police chief Robert L. Champagne, who has more than 100 police officers and 20More reserve officers on staff. The law enforcement agency is also staffed with 12 civilian dispatchers, two animal control officers, six records clerks, a parking clerk and countless volunteers. The department is comprised of a patrol division, drug unit, intel and criminal unit, and a K-9 unit; it also has computer crime, investigative, traffic and special services divisions. 
Progeria Research Foundation
2 Bourbon St, Peabody, MA 01960
Founded in 1999, the Progeria Research Foundation is the world's first non-profit organization dedicated to the researchMore of the syndrome commonly referred to as "premature aging."  Aside from the dedicated staff, all those involved with the organization commit their time on a volunteer basis.  A wealth of information, including facts about Progeria, how to get involved, how to donate and more can be found on their website.