The mission of SCI Woburn is to strengthen the community by connecting diverse individuals and organizations through civic engagement initiatives. The SCI Woburn website serves as a community resource connecting residents to volunteer opportunities, community events and resources.

The Woburn Youth Council has released applications for their mini-grant program. Mini-grants can be used for youth driven community projects. Grants awards range anywhere from $100-$1500. All Woburn youth are encouraged to apply. Members of the Youth Council will be present at a table in the cafeteria of Woburn Memorial High School from January 14th - 18th and January 28th - February 1st. The final grant application will be due on Friday, February 8th. Applications can either be turned in at the Woburn Boys & Girls Club or turned in via email.

Monday January 21, 2008, the Woburn community will celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This is a time to recognize our Woburn humanitarians for their civic contributions. The Drum Major Award honors these individuals. Please join us as we pay homage and remember Dr. King and the impact he had on improving our nation's quality of life.

Secure The Call Foundation is collecting unneeded cell phones, inspecting, cleaning and charging them and then reprograms them to be used for free 911 emergency phones. Any phone that can be turned on can access 911 services even without a carrier service plan. These phones are distributed to domestic violence shelters, senior centers, neighborhood watch groups, school crossing guards and other agencies with an immediate need for 911 access. To obtain a pre-paid mailing label or to download a tax receipt for your donation please visit: www.donatemycellphone.org or call 888-883-6628