Learn&Serve Worcester is a collection of opportunities for Worcester area youth and their leaders to make a hands-on difference in the lives of low-income families in Worcester.

Matthew25 Low Income Housing Renovation:

During Saturdays in the Spring / Fall and Weekdays in the Summer, groups are invited to assist in the process of renovating previously run-down and/or condemned properties that have been acquired by the private, non-profit group Matthew 25; properties that are ultimately rented to low-income families at a percentage of their income, not only helping families in need but improving the immediate neighborhood and the city as a whole.More

Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/ Greater Worcester A Brush With Kindness and Critical Home Repair Program:

Throughout the Spring and Fall, WAMS advertises specific work days related to Habitat’s efforts to help low income homeowners impacted by age, disability and family circumstances, who struggle to maintain the exterior of their homes, reclaim their homes with pride and dignity. More

Other Learn& Serve Opportunities:

Throughout the year, WAMS works with additional partners in the City to match interest with need and visa versa. To learn more about other service learning opportunities please email mary@wamsworks.org.

For more information about specific opportunities please see Upcoming Events