SouthCoast Serves Partners

SouthCoast Serves is currently made up of partners from the South Coast area who believe that by encouraging service/volunteerism in schools, businesses, and communities, we can take responsibility for our region’s future. The ultimate vision of SCS is to lead our region to become a place where people can and do integrate service into their everyday lives.

The following organizations support the mission and vision of SouthCoast Serves:

AHA! New Bedford

Battleship Cove

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Child & Family Services

Bristol Community College

Bristol County District Attorney's Office

Buzzards Bay Coalition

C.A.R.E. Southcoast

City of Fall River, Office of Neighborhood Development & Outreach

City of New Bedford Department of Community Services

City of New Bedford - Parks, Recreation & Beaches

City on a Hill Charter Public School New Bedford

Civic Support


Community Companions

Community Economic Development Center

Community Nurse & Hospice Care

Crystal Springs School

Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust (DNRT)

Dartmouth YMCA/Sharing the Harvest Farm

Fairhaven Rotary Club

Family Service Association Big Friends Little Friends


Global Learning Charter Public School

Junior Achievement of Southern Massachusetts

Life's Epiphany; Regenerative Living

The Marion Institute

Mass Audubon South Coast Sanctuaries

Mercy Meals and More

My Brother's Keeper

Narragansett Council, Boy Scouts of America

New Bedford Art Museum/ArtWorks!

New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park

Operation Clean Sweep

Our Sisters' School


POAH Communities/Temple Landing

The Salvation Army - New Bedford

Samaritans of Bristol County, Inc.

South Coast Mission Hub

Southcoast Health-Charlton Memorial Hospital

Southeastern MA Food Security Network

The Trustees of Reservations

UMass Dartmouth Leduc Center for Civic Engagement

United Neighbors of Fall River/Community Connections Coalition

United Way of Greater New Bedford

Veterans Transition House

Volunteer New Bedford


Youth Services - City of Fall River

YWCA Southeastern Massachusetts