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Prospect Hill Kids' Club

Prospect Hill Kids' Club partners with the community center at Prospect Hill Terrace, Waltham's largest low-income housing community, in order to provide the community's children with a safe place to come after school. Our coordinators and volunteers serve as role models and mentors to some of the children of Prospect Hill's 140 families.

Our after-school program is free for students and runs Monday through Friday from 2:45-5:30 p.m. A typical Prospect Hill Kids’ Club day is divided into three components. For the first 20 minutes, students arrive at the center and enjoy a healthy snack and a chance to unwind from a long day at school. The next 40 minutes of the program is dedicated to homework and academic enrichment activities. For the remaining time, we do activities with the children, including doing nature programs, playing sports or at the play ground, doing art projects, baking, and much more.

Population Served: Students (grades 1-6) at the Prospect Hill Terrace community

Community Partners: Prospect Hill Community Center, Bentley University, the Waltham Police Department, and the Waltham Housing Authority

Transportation: Prospect Hill Kids’ Club coordinators will transport volunteers to and from Prospect Hill Terrace every week.

How to Participate: Email the Prospect Hill Kids’ Club coordinators at to learn more or visit our Facebook page at

Volunteer Time Commitment: Volunteers must commit to one day a week, Monday through Friday, from 2:45-5:30 pm.