By: Staff Reports On: 03:39PM / Monday March 08, 2010
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Northern Berkshire Community Coalition wants to recognize people or groups who have made a difference to others, and is seeking your input.
The organization plans to recognize those who have made a "significant difference to benefit others, the neighborhood or the community" during the past six months, in an awards ceremony to be attended by Mayor Richard Alcombright on May 5. Nominees may include volunteers, businesses that provide support for projects, people who perform acts of kindness, or people who work to improve their neighborhoods. Children also are eligible for consideration.
Nominations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org; include the name, addess and phone number or e-mail address of your nominee.
By: Staff reports On: 09:17AM / Friday February 26, 2010
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — If your organization is seeking volunteers for a service project, April 17 could be your lucky day. The Lehman Council for Community Engagement at Williams College is planning a "Spring into Service" day for Saturday, April 17, when dozens of Williams students will be volunteering on a variety of service projects in the Northern Berkshires.
Additionally, funding may be available to help pay for supplies for your service project.
If your organization is interested in receiving volunteers on "Spring into Service" day, contact William Lee at 646-662-3267 or email@example.com.