The Social Service League of Cohasset is proud to give back to Cohasset and our surrounding communities in various ways. Please see below for more information about places and organizations supported by the Social Service League of Cohasset.
Cohasset Food Pantry
Donated funds on multiple occasions to help provide nourishment to Cohasset seniors and families.
Cohasset Senior Concierge Program
The Cohasset Senior Concierge (CSC) Program, powered by The Launch and funded by the Social Service League, provides support to seniors through various services, provided by members of The Launch Program and local volunteers. Please CLICK HERE to learn more!
Wellspring Multi-Service Center
Delivered multiple donations to provide support and skills to challenged populations.
Cohasset Cares Partnership
Fire Department/Elder Affairs- makes home accommodations and repairs to help seniors age in place.
South Shore Hospital’s First Day Home Program
Delivers services to support seniors on the day of discharge.
Scituate Animal Shelter
Provide needed support for senior and veteran companionship animals, and funding for shelter programs.
Sandy Beach Association
Placed 2 granite benches in honor of Jeff Steele, our President Emeritus.
Cohasset Housing Authority
Senior Housing-60 Elm St.- rehab of communal living room, including new furniture, 12 new refrigerators.
Sober Parenting Journey
Teaching parenting skills to those new to sobriety.
Supports Cohasset team sports.
Individual Emergency Funding Requests
Vetted by Cohasset Elder Affairs- supports seniors in need of emergency assistance.
Cohasset High School Seniors
Social Service League of Cohasset is proud to award significant scholarships to two graduating seniors.
The mission of Launch is to em-power and encourage self-determination for individuals with disabilities by accessing work and social opportunities in a truly community-based setting.
Wilcutt Commons/Cohasset Senior Center
On Sunday, May 4, 2014 the Social Service League hosted a community groundbreaking for the NEW Cohasset Senior Center.
Slide show photos courtesy of Linda Fechter.