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Blue Note Technology
39 Davis Ave, Arlington, MA 02474
Blue Note Technology is a software development company located in Somerville. The company's clients include universitiesMore as well as healthcare, non-profit and retail companies. Call for more information.
Grey2K USA
240b Elm St, Somerville, MA 02144
This national non-profit works to "pass stronger dog protection laws and close down existing greyhound racetracks,"More while also providing adoption referral for dogs still racing. Composed of a dense network of humane minded citizens and sister organizations, Grey2K campaigns diligently in elections and referendums across the nation and maintains a detailed adoption database. Its Davis Square location is a basement office next to several other non-profits and charities; walk-ins are welcome. 
One Visual Mind
24 Dane St, Somerville, MA 02143

One Visual Mind is a graphic design firm based in Somerville, Mass. The firm offers branding, collateralMore development, marketing, website development and tradeshow graphics. Its customers include non-profits, educational institutions, publishing companies and commercial clients. 

 

McGinley Kalsow and Associates, Inc.
324 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145
McGinley Kalsow and Associates, Inc. is an architectural firm specializing in the renovation and restoration ofMore historical buildings. The company services public agencies, non-profits and private developers with design solutions, creative plans and code compliance. 
Center for Arabic Culture
191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
The Center for Arabic Culture is a non-profit organization that focuses on celebrating Arabic language, culture, art,More history and Arab-American cultural experiences. Programs include visual arts, performance arts, teaching Arabic and scholarly activities. CAC also promotes local events involving Arab culture such as lectures, music, dancing and festivals. 
Raise My Rank SEO Services
20 Kent Ct, Somerville, MA 02143
Raise My Rank SEO Services provides businesses and non-profit organizations with comprehensive search engineMore optimization services. The company works with each client to reach target audiences and increase traffic to sites.
The Welcome Project
530 Mystic Ave, Somerville, MA 02145
Founded in 1987, the Welcome Project is a non-profit, community organization headquartered on Mystic Avenue inMore Somerville. The organization is dedicated to fostering intercultural harmony and creating economic and social opportunities for Somerville's immigrant community through language, education and community outrach programs. For more information about the organization's philosophy and resources, visit the Welcome Project website.
Community Enterprises Somerville Service Office
561 Windsor St, Somerville, MA 02143
Community Enterprises is a non-profit committed to providing vocational opportunities and self-determination support toMore people with disabilities. The origanization's main office employs approximately 250 people and serves an average of 1,500 individuals with its $17 million budget. The agency was founded and incorporated in 1975; the Somerville office has been open since 2001.
Ethnic Arts Center of Somerville
P.O. Box 45252, Somerville, MA 02145
This local non-profit organization specializes in educating children and young adults on many different ethnic culturesMore from around the world. And this arts center does it in fun ways, like small parties, arts and crafts programs, and puppet shows.
Friends of the Somerville Library
79 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143
The Friends of the Somerville Library is a non-profit community organization that works to expand the resourcesMore available to the library system. The Friends of the Somerville Library sponsor programs including musical performances and author readings and host a book sale twice a year. Funds raised by the Friends also provide the library with resources and services beyond the library's allotted budget. Annual meetings organized by the board allow members to meet with the Library Director to discuss needs and goals, to monitor funds and to elect officers. 
Eagle Eye Institute
14 Chapel St, Somerville, MA 02144
With offices located within the Holy Bible Baptist Church, the Eagle Eye Institue has been "dedicated to empoweringMore urban people from low income communities, especially youth of color, to play a positive role in caring for our environment" since it's incorporation as a non-profit in 1991. Programs offered include environmental education, stewardship and career building within the natural resource and green industries. With a goal to "inspire, invest, inform and involve" youth in their environment, the insitute provides a variety of one and three day programs.
Washington Street Art Center
321 Washington St, Somerville, MA 02143
Boasting a fully operational dark room and a large gallery, the Washington Street Art Center hosts studio space forMore roughly 20 local artists. This non-profit hosts monthly exhibitions and maintains gallery hours on Saturday afternoons.  Located between Union and Inman squares in the 321 Washington St industrial complex, the Art Center also has a fabulously detailed website that gives sneak previews for current and future events. 
Somerville Open Studios
1 Westwood Rd, Somerville, MA 02143
Somerville Open Studios (SOS) is a non-profit organization that manages and coordinates more than 300 artists andMore 100-plus venues for its annual Open Studios art gallery, a community-wide event held the last weekend of April each year. SOS strives to give local artists exposure and broaden the public's appreciation of art by providing access to local artists' work. This organization provides trolley service to artists' studios throughout the weekend. It also collaborates with Somerville schools throughout the year.
AlliancExchange
31 Kidder Ave, Somerville, MA 02144
AlliancExchange aims to "provide rain-forest children with education opportunities" by bringing volunteers fromMore different backgrounds to "partner for economic development and cultural sustainability at the community level." Operating under the belief that a well-educated indigenous population will be the best stewards of the rain forest, this non-profit was founded in Somerville in 2003. It hosts seasonal events like book drives, and maintains partnerships with several analogous organizations. This location is a mailing address only.  
Dare Family Services
265 Medford St, Somerville, MA 02143

Dare is a non-profit social services program, with six regional offices throughout Massachusetts and one inMore Connecticut. Dare provides intensive foster care for children that have been entrusted to them by the state after being separated from their biological parents due to abuse or neglect.

Additionally, Dare offfers an Intellectual Disabilities program and a Newburyport location—in which it houses pregnant and parenting teen girls. The Somerville office is the administrative headquarters.

Committee on Refugees from El Salvador (CORES)
343 Medford St, Somerville, MA 02145
C.O.R.E.S., Inc. is a non-profit organization that was founded in Somerville in 1988. It became incorporated inMore 1991. The mission is to assist the Salvadoran and Central American communities with any immigration-related needs it may have. There is a lawyer on staff if legal council is required. Additionally, C.O.R.E.S. has an ongoing adult soccer league, Central American Soccer League (CASL). ESL classes are also offered.
Moe Fencing Club
290r Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145

Moe Fencing Club was founded by two Tufts fencing coaches and a five-time Olympic fencing team coach. Housed in anMore old bowling alley, Moe Fencing Club features high-ceilings and Oriental rugs.

Courses are open to everyone, regardless of financial situation or skill. On some days the All American Division fencers can be found practicing with newcomers on the mat. 

The owners plan to open a non-profit branch of their school to offer free classes. 

Greenpeace - New England Branch
240b Elm St, Somerville, MA 02144
The regional office of this global, and famous, campaigning organization is located in Davis Square, in a building fullMore of other charities and non-profits. Known for taking peaceful, yet forceful, direct action to "expose global environmental problems and bring about solutions that ensure a green and peaceful future," Greenpeace dedicates itself to issues as varied as global warming, chemical security, e-waste and sustainable agriculture.The atmosphere at this office is harried, energetic and youthful, and while walk-ins are accepted, it may be best to call ahead for an appointment, just so you don't arrive right before an event. 
Mudflat Studio
149 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145
NOTE: Mudflat is currently renovating their new location: the old Broadway Theater at 79 Broadway in East Somerville.More Open since 1978, Mudflat Studio is part of a Boston -based, national non-profit organization that has been in existence for more than 40 years. Holding over 20 classes per week for all levels and ages, Mudflat also conducts classes at schools, senior centers, and other locales nationwide, and is always accepting new students. Private classes and workshops arranged by age group are available as well. As part of Somerville Open Studios, it holds two yearly sales, one in May and one in December, featuring the work of students and faculty alike. Each workstation in the spacious downstairs classroom features a spinning wheel, and the hot kilns are constantly churning out new works.
Elizabeth Peabody House
277 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145
Under the leadership of the exceedingly energetic Selvin Chamber, the Elizabeth Peabody House represents a spectacularMore resource for Somerville residents. Created in 1895 during the settlement movement, the Peabody House is an avenue for immigrants and new residents to attain a wide variety of community resources. A focal point of social services, infant and toddler care, summer programs, after school care and a hulking food pantry are all on offer. The entire facility is brightly painted and adorned with child-made crafts. Scholarships and subsidies commonly help fund enrollment, and the staff is humbly committed to their mission. This non-profit is a truly a special place indeed. 
Cambridge-Somerville Early Intervention
61 Medford St, Somerville, MA 02143
C-SEI is the Early Childhood Development program facet of the Guidance Center, a non-profit that has its main offices onMore Sacramento Street. This office is specific to the C-SEI program, though all Guidance Center services are somewhat interrelated. C-SEI provides assessment/diagnosis and ongoing care to the families of children from birth to age 3 that either have or are at risk for developmental challenges. It's sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Servies include home visits, community play groups and a lending library of relevant media materials.
Adoption Journeys
265 Medford St, Somerville, MA 02143
Their mission: "...to heal and strengthen the lives of children and families." Adoption Journeys is aMore statewide facet of Child & Family Services, a private non-profit agency with a 165 year history of providing community-based mental health and child welfare services within Southeastern Massachusetts and on Cape Cod. Child & Family Services locations with an Adoption Journeys department include:  Fall River, Florence, Lawrence, Worcester and Somerville. Somerville services the Boston/Metro South Region of the state; Florence services the Western Region of the state; Worcester services the Central Region of the state; Lawrence services the Northeast/Metro North and Fall River services the Southeast Region.
Mudville
181 Pearl St, Somerville, MA 02145

Mudville has decades of clay-slinging experience under its belt. This non-profit has offered pottery classes to theMore Somerville community since 1974. 

Inside the studio expect to find racks of pottery in various states of completion, buckets of sculpting materials and several wheels. 

Impossible to miss is the rambunctious shop-dog Jemma who will spring from the front door at even the quietest whisper of her name. She is a hit with the various classes that make their way into Mudville's clay-splattered studio.  

Nan, Mudville's director, will cheerfully help you chose the right class for your skill level and goals.