Weymouth Boy Helps The Homeless One Dime At A TimeHe's just a kid, but 12-year-old Dom DiOrio has a big heart and even bigger ideas.
Thanksgiving Volunteers Pay It Foward In BostonIt’s the spirit of the season – giving, be it food, money or time. It’s the time of year people remember to give back.
Brockton Tutoring Program Helps Families Affected By HomelessnessThe program, "School on Wheels," reaches out to families affected by homelessness at some point.
39 Homeless High School Graduates Honored In SomervilleDespite being homeless, 39 teens reached their goal of graduating high school.
Working Homeless On Path To Self-SufficiencyAbout a quarter of all homeless people in Boston shelters are working and many more want a job.
VA Boston – Helping Our Homeless Veterans
Lucky Pup Patrick Saved After Swallowing Rat PoisonPatrick is indeed one lucky pup after undergoing lifesaving medical care experts say was right in the nick of time.
Baker: I'll Reduce Number Of Mass. Homeless FamiliesEfforts to catch families before they fall into homelessness would get a boost under a plan being pushed by Gov. Charlie Baker.
Dangerous Cold Puts Boston's Homeless At RiskBrutally cold weather is forecast for Wednesday night in Boston, and that is increasing the concern for people who live on the streets.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley Holds Christmas Service At Homeless ShelterCardinal Sean O'Malley delivered a message of hope on Christmas Day to the homeless at St. Francis House in downtown Boston.
Gov. Patrick Announces 'Pay For Success' Plan To Aid HomelessA plan that calls for using charitable donations and private-sector investment to ease chronic homelessness in Massachusetts was unveiled Monday by Gov. Deval Patrick.
Gov. Patrick To Announce Plan For Reducing Mass. HomelessnessMassachusetts officials have their sights on a plan to use private-sector funding to help reduce the number of chronically homeless people in the state.

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