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  • Investing in the power of social networks

    Research suggests that rich social networks improve student academic success. They convey health benefits to aging adults. They decrease the likelihood of falling into poverty and increase the likelihood that families will overcome cycles of poverty. In short, one measure of a healthy community is the extent to which we are knit together with others. This post is about the critical person-to-person connections that make our lives tick and will point you toward a few great places to connect.


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Want to make a difference in your community?  The North Shore Volunteer Hub makes it easy to get started. The video above will show you some of the best interactive features of the site. If you have questions or aren't finding exactly what you are looking for, contact Sarah at the North Shore United Way at 978-922-3966.

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