Pine Street Inn
Helping out during the holidays is a cinch with all of the organizations in Boston that exist only for the sake of helping.
As many New Englanders tried to stay in out of the cold, as many as 350 people ran the Boston Ninja Race along the Charles River.
There are more than 600,000 public charities all wanting our support. When you decide to support a charity, look beyond the razzle-dazzle.
Volunteers at the Pine Street Inn served up turkey and all the fixings to the homeless.
Volunteering doesn’t have to be just for adults, and it’s a great opportunity for children to learn to give back to their communities at a young age. Finding the right group, the one whose values you trust and want your kids to emulate, is simple with these great area aid organizations.
This time of year, everyone wants your money.
The holiday season is the season of giving and local non-profits are making a huge push for donations in the last part of the year.
Boston Bruins Center Gregory Campbell was up early Thursday morning hand delivering some of the dozens of pies he donated to local shelters and charitable organizations for Thanksgiving.
Sixty percent of Boston’s homeless adults are veterans. Sixteen of them now have a new place to call home.
Two Boston agencies with a combined 67 years of fighting homelessness through housing and programs are hoping to combine in every way.