Wow everyone, there is a LOT to do in the next few days! Check out some of these exciting events taking place in Cambridge:
from 5:30 – 8:30 at University Park and Sidney Street
Eat, drink, and be merry! Tickets to this event support the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House as well as our friends from Cambridge Camping, Food for Free, Transition House, Paine Senior Services, and the Institute for Health and Recovery.
Brought to you by Meta Movements, Cambridge in Motion, and the City of Cambridge Department of Human Service Programs!
Are you a man looking to do something healthy and fun this weekend? Join the Men’s Health League for a trip down the Minuteman Bike Trail!
Polish your resume and practice your interview skills and come on down to the first annual open-air job fair in Harvard Square! (Try saying that three times fast!) Remember to bring plenty of resumes! Drop off your resume at the Harvard Square Business Association table and be entered to win a $100 gift certificate to a Harvard Square eatery.
Brought to you by the Harvard Square Business Association.
About 200 volunteers gathered in our backyard last Saturday to build a playground for the kids of the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House and the entire Area IV community. It was a tremendous day.
For seven straight hours, adults from far and wide worked outside, hammering, hauling and pouring concrete.
Indoors, the kids painted panels that spelled out the letters of the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House.
So many people worked for months to make it happen, and they all deserve our thanks. But our kids would still be playing on a tired pair of monkey bars and a couple of raggedy slides if not for the generous support of Boston Properties, Gillette, and- of course- the national non-profit KaBOOM!
Thanks to you, and hundreds of volunteers, we now have what one of our kids described as “a miracle.”
For more pictures, check out our Facebook page.
Today (Monday, 2/6) we’re beginning free Mindfulness Trainings at the house!
Happy New Year!
We’re excited to bring you our new Margaret Fuller House Newsletter.
We’ve titled the newsletter ‘Conversations’ to remember the meetings Margaret Fuller hosted in Boston during the 1830s. She created gatherings, called ‘conversations’, where intellectual and activist women could speak freely. During these meetings, Fuller encouraged attendees to further explore topics they were passionate about.
We hope you enjoy our first issue and we welcome all suggestions!
We’re looking for a Volunteer Coordinator Intern to join our dynamic Margaret Fuller House team.
As Volunteer Coordinator you will develop valuable nonprofit management skills and learn about the needs of Area IV and Greater Cambridge. The Volunteer Coordinator will be an integral part in making our volunteer program run efficiently and providing meaningful experiences for staff, volunteers, and MFNH clients.
For a job description and to apply click here.
The Margaret Fuller Neighborhood house is seeking a part-time Food Pantry Manager who will be responsible for the operations, maintenance and development of the food pantry. Duties include recruiting and overseeing volunteers and work-study students. He/she will also order food, supplies, organize intake of all clients, and monitor the pantry budget. Will maintain statistics and prepare quarterly and yearly written reports.
Position requirements: experience in working with diverse communities, excellent people skills, good organizational skills, the ability to work independently and learn quickly. Must have good computer skills: experience with databases (or ability to learn) and word processing. A flexible schedule is important and a car helpful. He/she must be able to lift 50 lbs.
This position is part-time 20 hours per week. Approximate schedule is:
These hours may change somewhat according to needs of Pantry.
Please email cover letter and resume immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Annie Small, Operations Manager, Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House, 71 Cherry St., Cambridge MA, 02139
The Margaret Fuller House is a non-profit 501c3 affirmative action employer
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Join us tomorrow for the 9th Annual Area IV Community Pride day at Columbia Park for music, food, giveaways, games, and the basketball tournament.
For questions contact Roscoe at 617-308-6420 or call us at 617-547-4680.