The State Police Association of Massachusetts is partnering with other community groups and organizations in Boston to commemorate Black History Month through a day of community service. MA State Police organizations One Blue and the Massachusetts Minority State Police Officers Association, Inc are also collaborating with SPAM to support this engagement.
The spread of COVID-19 remains a concern in vulnerable communities until a critical mass of the population in these areas can receive the vaccination. The response day will focus on distributing masks, sanitizer, and food boxes to older adults and families living in affordable housing provided by UHM Properties and neighborhood members who receive services at the Neighborhood Network Center, Inc. The goal is to serve 350 older adults and families.
Since May 2020, SPAM has actively responded to the needs created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The organization has addressed food insecurity, the social isolation of older adults and partnered with the MA State Police to develop an online family workout program to support youth learning remotely.
Through these combined efforts, SPAM has been able to engage over 50,000 residents of the Commonwealth.
Saturday, February 27, 2021
Setup: 10:00 AM – 12:45 PM
Event: 1:00PM – 4:00 PM
Neighborhood Network Center, Inc
434 Warren Street
Dorchester, MA 02121
For More information contact:
Director of Community Engagement
State Police Association of Massachusetts
Phone: (617) 396-4283