Related Family & Member Support Sites
Boys & Girls Club of Worcester’s E-newsletter
Our monthly e-newsletter offers detailed information about upcoming events, Club news, opportunities for members at the Club, and awards and other accomplishments of our members. Program information, and of course thanks to our wonderful supporters is always a part of the e-newsletter as well. Sign up today, and become more informed!
Boy & Girls Club of Worcester… On Facebook
Our Club keeps parents, students, volunteers, donors and alumni informed by using Facebook as a resource for sharing details about upcoming events, Club news, volunteer and donation information, and our thanks to individuals, organizations and companies for their support. Club information such as dates and times are also available, as well as a link to sign up for our e-newsletter. “Like” us on Facebook!
WorcesterResources.org is a community-based web site with detailed information about the many types of assistance available to those in need living in Worcester, Massachusetts and its surrounding towns. It provides practical information on what services are available, where and how to apply for benefits, eligibility requirements, benefit amounts, and answers to commonly asked questions. It includes information about federal, state, and local benefit programs.
2-1-1 is a FREE and confidential resource and referral line that provides information about services available to individuals in need of assistance. Receiving millions of calls each year, 2-1-1 offers service in over 20 languages! Callers offer basic information, and then are offered a list of resources that may help them, such as food, fuel, counseling, childcare and housing services.
Helping Parents Get Game Smart
Microsoft helps families sort through movie and video games ratings, parental controls on gaming equipment and healthy rules to create a positive gaming
The Boys & Girls Club of Worcester believes that our kids can be GREAT! Academic support sites can be a link to higher achievement and success in school. Visit our Related Sites page for valuable resources available to caregivers, parents and students.