Recycling for Charities has entered into an arrangement
with the May Institute, located in Revere, Massachusetts.
The May Institute has offered to provide volunteer
services; namely, assisting Cans in their collection
efforts in the Greater Boston area.
Established more than 50 years ago, the May Institute
has set a national standard for providing comprehensive,
research-validated services to children and adults
with autism, brain injury, mental retardation,
pervasive developmental disorder (PDD),
and behavioral health care needs.
May's award-winning network of educational,
behavioral, and rehabilitative programs blends
science with service to help make progress possible
for thousands of individuals every year.
We¨re very grateful to the May Institute for
providing this valuable and needed volunteering
Recycling for Charities is also proud to announce that it has
entered an arrangement with Charles River Arc in
Arc is a private, nonprofit human service agency
in Needham, Massachusetts, providing employment
and job training, residential homes, therapeutic
day programs, and recreational programs for
children and adults with mental retardation and
other developmental disabilities.
Founded by a group of parents of children with
special needs in 1956, the mission of Charles
River Arc has always been to improve the quality
of life by helping each individual with a
developmental disability achieve his or her
highest possible level of independence so that
he or she can fully participate, benefit, and
become a contributing member of the community.
Charles River Arc serves over 500 families from
many communities including Needham, 780,
Weston, Newton, Dedham, Cambridge, Brighton,
Brookline, Framingham, Natick, Westwood, Dover,
Waltham, Roslindale, Hyde Park, Roxbury,
Watertown, Quincy, Norwood, West Roxbury and
We're very grateful for the Charles River Arc's
help in this wonderful effort.
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The Community Youth
Alliance, Inc. and the Concord Youth Civic
Leadership - Hunger
Recycling for Charities in Collaborative Effort with The
Civic Leadership in Concord, Massachusetts,
funds for the Children's
Hunger Relief Fund (CHRF).
Community Youth Alliance, Inc.
along with the
Concord Youth Civic Leadership, has organized a
dance fund-raiser, called, "Dance Away Hunger."
Together we raised $2,000.00 for CHRF in their
support of the families in Darfur, Sudan. Thanks
to the The Community Youth Alliance, Inc. and
the Concord Youth Civic Leadership in Concord,
MA, approximately 29 families in Darfur will have
both food, and water for a month, cooking
kits and temporary shelter.
CHRF is one of the only relief agencies still
active in the remote areas of Darfur, Sudan where the
needs are very critical. Thanks to compassionate
people like you, CHRF were able to bring in
several tons of desperately needed relief during
their fall trip. CHRF is planning another trip as
soon as possible and ask that you would continue
to remember the Darfuri people in your giving.
Please click on one of the links below to learn
Field Report 2
We are happy to support Children's Hunger Relief
Fund in their great work and to work with The
Community Youth Alliance's and Concord Youth Civic
Leadership program to assist the families in
wish to learn more about Children's Hunger
Relief Fund, or how you can
assist Children's Hunger Relief Fund, visit or email
182 Farmers Lane, Suite 200,
Santa Rosa, California 95405
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