Did you know…
Most of the children and families involved in the juvenile court or child welfare system live in poverty and are often, because of inequities, of color.
Many are not able to take positive steps forward because a certain critical item or service is needed, and our governmental agencies rarely have sufficient resources to help.
That’s where we come in.
One Can Help (OCH) provides these missing resources.
Since 2006, OCH has been quickly, responsibly and impactfully changing lives across Massachusetts.
One child at a time.
One need at a time.
Thanks to you.
We ask, “what does each child need to succeed?”
(and then we get exactly that)
Providing academic tools such as laptops, helps more children excel.
Activities or camps
All children need safe places to go after school or in the summers to learn life skills.
Helping with emergency rent, food or clothing, stabilizes families and reduces stress.
Parents often struggle to visit children in foster care or hospitals far from home.