Economic stability depends on the capacity of an individual or family to build assets: a home, a business, higher education and training, and supportive networks. These assets are a foundation for local economic progress, but too many families in our
Building your social capital, the number and strength of connections that you have with others, leads to increased opportunity. People get jobs, access resources, improve their neighborhoods and make friends through the people that they know. At Lawrence CommunityWorks we
Movement City is a network for young people of Lawrence ages of 10-18. As a part of the Movement City family youth participate in a wide range of activities and programming designed to nurture and develop their passion for creativity
One generation plants the trees; another gets the shade.” – Chinese Proverb Lawrence is a beautiful city, striking in the shear weight and heft of its 19th century mill buildings and dense tenement neighborhoods. The City was built for another
2017 was a busy year for LCW – from the ribbon cutting at the Duck Mill at Union Crossing in January to our English for Advancement classes with Jewish Vocational Services to our launch of the Movimiento Studio to engaging in Community Events & Conversations to helping people find jobs via our training programs! But we couldn’t do it without your help, love & support.
We are thankful for all our DONORS. No level of support is too small. We hope you will consider supporting us this year. CLICK HERE TO DONATE TODAY If you prefer, you can mail us a check at Lawrence CommunityWorks, 168 Newbury Street, Lawrence, MA 01841 Attn: Annual Appeal. Thank you for all you do to help us everyday!
We have some open positions to join the Lawrence CommunityWorks team! Why wait until the new year to fulfill the resolution to find a new job? You may want to check out our Bank Teller training too! Check out the
Comcast is a tremendous supporter of Lawrence CommunityWorks and our youth program Movement City! They invited our Executive Director, Jessica Andors to speak with Jenny Johnson on Comcast Newsmakers.
Giraida Perez Gutierrez Mi nombre es Giraida Perez Gutierrez y soy Dominicana – mujer estadounidense nacida en el Bronx, NY. Yo vengo de una familia de inmigrantes, que emigró a los Estados Unidos a finales de los 60’s. Me integre