Learn How To Get Involved With SMILE Mass

We are always looking for great volunteers. Here are some upcoming events where we are looking for volunteer help:

Kids Holiday Party – Taking place Saturday, December 14, 2019 at Perkins School for the Blind, Dwight Hall, 175 North Beacon St., Watertown, MA: Volunteers needed Saturday, December 14th from 10:00am to 4:00pm. You could volunteer for the entire event or you could volunteer for the 1st shift 10:00am – 1:00pm or the second shift 1:00pm to 4:00pm

At this event we are looking for people to help with setup, food & drinks, crafts, and clean up. Sign up below and tell us which shift you are available.

Join our running team – Either by running for us in various events or choose any race you desire while supporting SMILE Mass. See details about our running team here – https://www.smilemass.org/smile-mass-running-team/

 

Host an event for SMILE Mass:

Over the years, various groups of people have hosted events that benefit SMILE Mass. We have seen so much fun and exciting events hosted by our sponsors, donors and of course our clients that have been able to benefit from the many programs that are being offered by SMILE Mass.

Is your child at the bar/bat mitzvah age? Perhaps dedicating your bar/bat mitzvah to SMILE Mass is a good idea.  Other options include:

  • Host a lemonade stand
  • Have a bake sale
  • Donate/dedicate your birthday to SMILE Mass
  • Have an ugly Christmas sweater party for SMILE Mass
  • Host a sports event

The sky is the limit. If you can dream, it you can do it. We, at SMILE Mass, will support you in any way possible.  Just reach out to us to let us know how we can help. Ultimately your success is our success!

Please be specific in the comment box as to the day/time you are able to help

Be a Part of the SMILE Mass Family and Volunteer!

Special Thanks To Our Sponsors:
“What a wonderful cause and I would be proud to donate! I had a cousin who was two weeks older than I who died of MS in 2002, and we always were inseparable at the beach at Ocean Park when growing up. When she got so bad and was confined to a wheelchair, her family would bring her to a rental in Kinney Shores but there was no way to get her near the beach or ocean. To think of so many children who are missing out on the beach experience is heartbreaking. We’ll donate online and wish you the best!”
Love, Ellen & Steve