The Stow Community Chest has an all-volunteer Board of Directors. Local community volunteers keep fundraising and operating costs low so that we can send more money directly to the agencies we support. If you are interested in volunteering to help us, please contact us at any time.
If you are interested in volunteering for one of our agencies, please contact the agency directly.
Volunteer to help the Stow Community Chest
Serve on our Board of Directors:
- Attend monthly meetings
- Act as a liaison for member agencies
- Evaluate member agency funding requests and allocate funds accordingly
Help with special events, such as:
- The Stow Gobbler run (November)
- Stow Springfest (May)
- Other fundraising programs
Help with activities, such as:
- Develop funding relationships with local businesses
- Apply for grants
- Promote the Community Chest and our fundraising campaign through traditional and social media
- Manage and update our website
- Post a yard sign in your front yard during our campaign
Volunteer to help our member agencies
You can also assist our member agencies. Below are some of the ongoing volunteer opportunities. Please contact the agencies directly for more information.
The Boys & Girls Club of Assabet Valley is always looking for friendly, outgoing people willing to spend time with the youth of the community and make a difference in a child’s life. You can volunteer your time and be a positive role model in many ways, such as helping a child prepare for a test, playing a game of basketball in the gym, and working on an arts and craft project. The type of activity is endless. For more information, contact Wendy Allegrone, Youth Services Director, at email@example.com.
Domestic Violence Services Network is seeking volunteers to become Volunteer Advocates for Domestic Violence Victim Assistance and Court Intervention programs. Training (36 hours) is held throughout the year at the Concord Police Department. Visit www.dvsn.org, or call
978-318-3421 for more information.
Stow Girl Scouts welcomes interested adult volunteers over the age of 18. All adults, working with troops, can receive training and will need to have a CORI done. For volunteer opportunities, please go to the web site: http://www.girlscoutseasternmass.org/Volunteer/.
The Stow Food Pantry needs volunteers to stock shelves, operate the Food Pantry for clients, pick up food donations from various locations throughout town, pick up grocery orders on a regular basis, and assist with food drives throughout the year. For more information, call 978-897-4230.
Minute Man Arc for Human Services has opportunities for volunteers who want to work with individuals with developmental disabilities. For more information, visit http://www.minutemanarc.org.
Minuteman Senior Services is looking for volunteers to give one hour a week to make a visible, vital difference in the life of a frail, isolated elder in your community. Some of the volunteer positions include Friendly Visitor, Grocery Shopper, Medical Transportation Escort, Meals on Wheels Drivers, Meal Site Assistant, SHINE volunteers, Money Management volunteers, and Ombudsmen. Call 978-263-8720, or visit http://www.minutemansenior.org/volunteers.html.