The Chelsea Hunger Network will celebrate the 2nd Annual Chelsea Empty Bowls event in April.
In preparation, bowls will be made and decorated by middle and high school students, and numerous groups of young and old throughout the community.
Come to make your own bowl and help to stop hunger. Tuesday, January 29 at 6PM at Chelsea Collaborative-318 Broadway
The Chelsea Summer Youth Employment Initiative will be accepting youth applications for summer jobs until March 26nd. Come to the Collaborative to fill out an application or print an application /sites/default/files/youth_application_2015.pdf
The Shanbaro Community Association assists refugees and all newcomers in preparing for the US Citizenship test through weekly citizenship workshops. Recently 36 Somali refugees, 2 Liberian refugees, 2 Hispanic immigrants and 1 Tanzanian immigrant passed the exam and became naturalized citizens!
Saida Abdi presented to the Shanbaro Community Association's Boston Bantu Girls Group about her journey to the United States, what it was like for her when she entered school here in the 9th grade, and her college and career experiences.
Saida brought henna to end the session on a note of sharing something cultural.
Green Space and its partners in East Boston are fighting a proposal to bring large volumes of highly flammable ethanol on trains through Chelsea and other communities multiple times each week, every week. Help the community say “NO!” to the bomb trains!
Affected workers sought help at the Collaborative’s Worker Center for alleged labor law violations at Titterington’s Bakery in Woburn, MA. The Collaborative connected the workers to the Attorney General’s Office and now hundreds of workers will get restitution for employment violations by the bakery.