Get Involved

Volunteers are essential to help MSPCC fulfill its mission of protecting and promoting the rights and well being of children and families. Whether it's raising awareness on key children's issues by contacting legislators, volunteering your time, or helping to raise funds, your efforts make a lasting difference.

Speak Out

Through our statewide education and advocacy group, you have the opportunity to speak out on behalf of children. The two primary goals are to provide a voice for children at key points of the legislative process and to build effective working relationships with state legislators. As a member of this group, you will work to educate and influence state legislators about the need to support families and prevent child abuse and neglect.

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Raise Money

You can also support MSPCC by raising money for the organization. Our young professionals group periodically organize events with proceeds supporting various programs. In addition, we encourage people to plan their own fundraiser if they have an idea for supporting MSPCC.

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Give Money

The work MSPCC does would not be possible without the continued, generous support of the individuals and organizations that make financial contributions. You can help the children and families we serve through a variety of contributions.

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Give Time

Volunteering is a great way to learn more about the work MSPCC does and the people we serve throughout Massachusetts. Opportunities can be found with our young professionals group who do service projects and occasional events. Additional opportunities are available at our offices around the state.

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