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Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House
The mission of the Margaret Fuller House is to strengthen and empower youth, families, and community residents. We work to address the economic, social and political inequities that shape the lives and futures of Cambridge area residents.
Mel King visits the House 1980’s
Front Steps 1955
By the numbers….
The Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House has been providing resources and support to 3+ generations of Cambridge families over the past 110 years.
Today we provide needed support and services to over
– many of the most vulnerable residents in Cambridge.
Our School Age and Summer Explorations Programs provide a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment to more than
70 different children –
ages 5 – 12 years – annually.
More than 170 annual volunteers help keep the MFNH doors open.
Our Emergency Food Pantry supplies food to
more than 13,300 constituents
21,000+ pounds of food
to more than
1,200 people monthly.
Our Pantry leverages over $180,000 in donated resources: free and low-cost food, volunteers and donated transport of food
Our Technology Center offers daily computer and internet access to
150 community visitors
Our Street Outreach Worker
carries a caseload 0f about
25 at-risk young adults
at a time
, connecting them to critical stabilization services including employment, housing, education, and health care
Our Street Worker has worked with more than 75 different clients this year- and over 40 have started new jobs.
han 800 neighbors attend the Port/Area 4 Pride Day organized by our Area 4 Community Liaison.
Thanksgiving Food 2013
Lots of food!
Welcome Summer 2011 Novartis
Pride Day 2010
Building a playground 2012
African Drummers 2013