Last year, 365 people volunteered a total of 4,556 hours of their free time to Wellspring, making our work a true community effort.

At Wellspring we help families build their resource base for secure, reliable housing while increasing their earning potential through education, job training, and career advising.

Volunteers work as mentors, tutors and classroom helpers, but there are also opportunities for gardeners at our vast West Gloucester headquarters.

In just the past three weeks, Wellspring’s property has been graced by several local groups helping with everything from pulling invasive weeds to building raised beds and planting seedlings and even fruit trees!

Thank you to all who have helped! Your work is truly appreciated!

If you are interested in If you are interested in volunteering or organizing a service project, contact Mary Hardwick, Hospitality Manager and Volunteer Coordinator, at (978) 281-3221 ext. 300 or email Or visit our volunteer page for learn about more opportunities.

Backyard growers planted two apricot trees and built our third raised garden bed!


Michelle and Travis, employees from Cell Signaling volunteered their time to beautify Wellspring’s gardens.

A group of parents from Brookwood School, alongside board members, Jennifer Robitaille and Nicole Twomey, weeded several flower beds and paths.

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