Print and complete, then
bring by the office with a
Government Issued ID.
If you need to volunteer for
Diversion or Court Ordered
Hours, please come into
our office and pick up a
Volunteers play an integral role at Beverly Bootstraps. There are ongoing and project-oriented volunteer opportunities. Check the listing below to find the area that best matches your skills and availability.
For more information, please call our office at 978-927-1561 and speak with our Volunteer Coordinator.
Youth & Family
1:1 Tutoring, Lead Educational and Recreational Activities
Assist Youth on Computers, Monitor Computer Safety, 1:1 Tutoring, Facilitate Educational Activities
July through August, volunteers are needed to deliver lunches to children in local parks. A commitment of one day a week to one park location over the eight (8) weeks is required.
1:1 Tutoring, Provide Educational Support
1:1 Tutoring, Facilitate Educational Classes
Facilitate Financial Literacy Training to Clients, 1:1 Budgeting Support, Computer Training
Volunteers staff our shop, Monday through Friday, working shifts that are 2.5 hours long. Saturday volunteers work once a month for three hours.
Family and Youth Volunteering (children under the age of 14)
Families with younger children who would like to volunteer together can find opportunities through the
North Shore United Way
We staff our front desk with volunteers at 371 Cabot Street. Shifts are 2.5 hours long, Monday through Friday. Duties include greeting visitors, answering phones, logging donations and other assignments.
Working in the Pantry (stock shelves, sort food, fill bags)
Shopping for Groceries
Delivering to Elderly, Handicapped and Families Unable to get to our Pantry
Picking up Food Donations