INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIETIES

Youth To Youth (Y2Y) Harvard Square
A volunteer organization of the Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA), a student-led non-profit at Harvard College. Y2Y is the first student run homeless shelter for young adults in the United States.
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Harvard University Premedical Society
A student-run organization committed to providing opportunities for the camps pre-medical community.
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Jackson Mann Community Center, Massachusetts
A non-profit Boston-area organization which provides educational, cultural, social, recreational and community services to the diverseresidents.
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Girls Scouts: Cadette Troup 85123
Girl Scouts is a safe place where girls can explore, discover, and just be themselves! From adventuring outdoors or experimenting with science to saving a park or developing new skills, Girl Scouting prepares girls for a lifetime of leadership. Volunteers-Zoe Eisen, Emily Nauen, Caroline Blum, Sarah Gelbert, Leah Blum.
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Harvard ARTZ (HARTZ)
A student-run organization of the Philips Brook House Association of Harvard College. As a student-led non profit organization, Harvard College students of HARTZ are dedicated to using the creative arts to enhance the quality of life of older adults, especially those living with cognitive decline. Through art workshops and other art programs, HARTZ aims to create a safe space for personal discovery, creative expression and community solidarity.
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Harvard College Public Service Organizations
The Harvard College Quincy House Public Service Organization is part of the Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA), a collection of 74 student run programs. These programs serve the greater Boston and Cambridge Communities. PBHA is one of the largest student run non-profits in the country. Its dual mission focuses on community service and development and student development.
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Wellesley High School Key Club
Key Club is an organization intended to improve the Wellesley community through dedication to volunteerism and to provide service opportunities to high school students

Brownie Troop 8061: Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania
Members of the Brownie Program of the Girl Scout organization (above) are typically in the 2nd and 3rd grade of school. They typically do activities which include community service projects as they begin their journey to develop leadership skills
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Brownie Troop 5513: Pennsylvania
Members of the Brownie Program of the Girl Scout organization (above) are typically in the 2nd and 3rd grade of school. They typically do activities which include community service projects as they begin their journey to develop leadership skills
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Girl Scout Troop 2952: Central Islip, New York
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Susan Odell Taylor School, Troy, New York
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Girl Scout Troops (approximately 18 Troops) of Dewitt, Michigan
A project representing volunteer crafts done for World Thinking Day. World Thinking Day is celebrated annually on 22 February by all Girl Guides and Boy Scouts. It is also celebrated by Scout and Guide organizations
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ARTS FOR LITTLE HEARTS