Looking for a place in Watertown to donate on Giving Tuesday, Nov. 29, here are some ideas.
Watertown Boy’s & Girls Club serves hundreds of children across the community. It also provides swim lessons and hosts some of the Cops and Rec programs with the Watertown Police and the Watertown Recreation Department. There are other ways to give to the Watertown Boy’s & Girl’s Club, click here to see the options http://watertownbgc.org/donate/
The Watertown Community Foundation awards grants for educational programs, health programs, revitalization of the riverfront, and provides emergency assistance for families in crisis. Click here
Operation American Soldier, located at 215 Mt Auburn St. Serving our deployed troops. If you know anyone deployed, please let us know. Find out more and contribute at www.operationamericansoldier.org
The members of the Historical Society of Watertown believes that a sense of history is fundamental to understanding human experience, collects, preserves, and shares materials from Watertown’s past, so that present and future generations can comprehend more fully their predecessors, their community, and themselves. The Society’s headquarters is one of the oldest homes in Watertown, the Edmund Fowle House. The Historical Society is raising money to do maintenance on the 250-year-old house on Marshall Street. See how to contribute by clicking here.
The Dorothy and Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts, formerly the Arsenal Center for the Arts, brings dynamic theatre, inspirational art classes, visual art exhibitions, and diverse musical performances as well as subsidize programming for local seniors and underserved youth. Donations of $40 or more automatically enroll you in the center’s membership program. https://www.mosesianarts.org/donation/step2
Perkins School for the Blind is honoring Giving Tuesday at Perkins by directing every single Giving Tuesday donation to support accessible technology for our students, which is critical in helping them learn and access their worlds. Donate by clicking here.
Helen Robinson Wright Fund, a charitable fund at First Parish Church. The fund assists those in need of food, heat, and other basic needs. Need help paying an electric bill, call the church at 617-924-6143.
Gore Place, donate to the historic mansion and farm’s annual fund. The Annual Fund supports day-to-day operations, our staff, historical collections, and the care of our farm and animals. Every gift makes a difference and helps us continue our mission of preserving the 1806 country estate of Christopher and Rebecca Gore as a unique community resource. Click here.
If you know of other non-profits in Watertown to support, add it in the comments below or email email@example.com