Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
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Cambridge, MA 02139-3302
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Whenever possible, UUSC endeavors to provide you with the chance to get involved and make a difference in human-rights work on the ground through various volunteer projects. You can volunteer in the Gulf Coast with the New Orleans Rebirth Volunteer Program , a local group that has taken over management of the Gulf Coast Volunteer Proogram.
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