CERT is a volunteer program that educates and trains citizens to be better prepared to respond to emergency situations in the community. When emergencies happen CERT members can be deployed at the direction of the fire chief to provide critical support to first responders, provide immediate assistance to victims, and organize spontaneous volunteers at a disaster site. CERT members can also help with non-emergency projects that help improve the safety of the community. Click here to view a brochure with additional information and the volunteer application can be found here. For additional information, you can email [email protected] or call (978)-443-2239.
The Sudbury Historical Society is dedicated to bringing the rich history of the Sudbury Plantation into the lives and activities of the people of Sudbury. They collect, preserve, and communicate the history of Sudbury, Massachusetts. They publish a newsletter and provide public programs and events relevant to the local history of Sudbury throughout the year.
The Knights of Columbus is a charitable organization and brotherhood of Catholic men devoted to supporting their parish, raising money for charitable needs, and volunteering hours of their time (Council 5188-Father Robert H Hurley).
The League of Women Voters is a nonprofit corporation. It is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. They never support or oppose any political party or candidate. This respected grassroots country wide organization is open to men and women of all ages.
The Sudbury Newcomers Club is a social club run by a board of volunteers. It offers activities and events to help people connect. Membership is open to anyone who resides in Sudbury.
Other information about a variety of committees in Sudbury can be found under “Committees” on the Sudbury Town Website.
The Sudbury Garden Club was founded in 1931 and federated in 1935. Its officers and members are dedicated to carrying on the tradition of community service. The club strives to promote a greater interest in gardening, protecting birds, native plants and other natural resources and encouraging civic planting and preservation of civic beauty. Program meetings are the second Wednesday of the month at 9:30 at the Goodnow Library.
Since the club was founded in 1951, its purpose has been and remains to perpetuate and stimulate a fundamental interest in horticulture, conservation, flower arranging and related subjects. If you enjoy gardening, landscaping, flower arranging, touring local gardens, beautifying Sudbury, and the company of a very active group of women, come join! The Thursday Garden Club provides scholarship money for a graduating L-S senior, and participates in a number of beautification projects in Sudbury, including the Daffodil Trail, community traffic island gardens, town center and Hosmer House holiday decorations, Grinnell Park clean-ups, and much more. It is a member of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts and meets the second Thursday of each month from September to May.