Service Enterprise Certification

Lower Cape Outreach Council has been officially certified by Points of Light.

See our letter below from the President and CEO of Points of Light

Congratulations! Your organization has successfully been certified as a Service Enterprise by Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service.

With this certification, your organization joins a prestigious group of nonprofits committed to effectively delivering on their missions by strategically engaging volunteer time and talent.

Without organizations like yours – dedicated to engaging volunteers to drive change – so many local needs would go unmet. With dedication like yours, so many lives are improved and your community is stronger.

Twenty-five years ago, our founder, President George H. W. Bush, called on “the only resource we have that in times of need always grows: the goodness and courage of the American people.” He described what he saw at work in the country as “a thousand points of light…a new engagement in the lives of others, a new activism, hands-on and involved, that gets the job done.”

Thank you for being a point of light, for building our nation’s tradition of service and for getting the job done. On behalf of Points of Light, I am honored to welcome you to the Service Enterprise community.

Natalye Paquin
President, CEO
Points of Light

Congratulations from the Massachusetts Service Alliance

On behalf of the board and staff of the Massachusetts Service Alliance, I would like to congratulate Lower Cape Outreach Council on achieving your Service Enterprise Certification. The amount of time and commitment that was required at all levels of your organization to undertake and complete the certification process is extraordinary. We believe, and we know you do as well, that the benefits of engaging volunteers at all levels of your organization will have a far reaching positive effect on the success of Lower Cape Outreach Counsel and your ability to fulfill your mission.

Sincerely,
Emily Haber
CEO
Massachusetts Service Alliance