New England Center For Homeless Veterans
Boston has numerous organizations that can use extra funds or goods during the holiday season. Those who want to donate to worthy causes will not have to look hard to find one.
Veterans Day is right around the corner, but some folks are getting an early start.
Some 80 volunteers picked up paint brushes on Thursday to help homeless veterans in Boston.
The hope is to provide homeless veterans some of the essentials while they make a transition to permanent housing. Employees from many Boston area companies have joined the effort.
Celebrate America’s veterans in Boston by watching parades, going to parties and even sampling beer.
If you are looking for a primary job, a second job or are anxious to change careers, Boston offers websites and resource centers to help you find what you are looking for.
Veterans Day means many things to people but to some vets, it’s just another day of struggling to find a meal or a place to sleep.
From the French writer who coined these immortal words, “Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” comes this thought that appear apropos for our holiday season…
Brian Christopher, a homeless veteran in Boston, says he’s overwhelmed by the support he’s received since finding and turning in a wallet that contained a large amount of money.