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About 1,700 people registered for the walk and raised about $197,000 leading up to Sunday morning, said Ari Barbanell, executive director of Winter Walk….

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The $10 million will help pay for support services for the residents of a future permanent housing development that homeless services provider Pine Street Inn is planning in Jamaica Plain.

The $10 million will help pay for support services for the residents of a future permanent housing development that homeless services provider Pine Street Inn is planning in Jamaica Plain.

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BPD in the Community: High School Student Holds Clothing Drive to Help the Homeless in Boston Tags: Boston | Boston Police | Crime | Suffolk Count — Legal News by: Massachusetts Lawyers Online Directory Legal News Curation by | Jan 17, 2020 | Criminal Defense Attorney | 0 comments Article From: "Boston Police"   Read full article JOB WELL DONE: Kudos to high school student Kevin Drolet, an 11th grader from Rutland, MA, for his incontestable kindheartedness and compassion as evidenced by his decision to initiate and coordinate a clothing drive for the homeless in Boston. After collecting a bunch Important: Commenting below is merely expressing your opinion concerning this specific post. Comments may not be read by website staff. If you have a question or expect a reply, you should use Contact Us, not comments. Submit a Comment Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Name * Email * Website Current [email protected] *

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BOSTON – U.S.Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Regional Administrator David Tille announced more than $76.5 million in grants to Massachusetts to support 217 local homeless assista……

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Two Harvard undergrads say their nonprofit venture also will offer instruction on financial literacy and job skills.

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Sometimes, even in a city burdened by a big gap between the haves and have-nots, some of the profits can trickle down to those in need.

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Boston is getting a financial boost to help get the homeless off the streets and into housing as winter’s chill sets in. The Boston Housing Authority has been awarded $1.8 million in federal funding from the U.S.

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BOSTON (WHDH) – Dozens of people are giving back to their community by making sure those in need get a hot meal for Thanksgiving at…

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The family has been living in a shelter for two years but not anymore thanks to a nonprofit called Heading Home….

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Building on his commitment to ending homelessness in Boston, Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined members of the City’s Youth Action Board, the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley and community partners at Bridge Over Troubled Waters to release a new action plan, Rising to the…

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