Community Partners and Supporters May 2016

Thank you to all the many individuals, groups, and corporate supporters who help strengthen our community. We are grateful for all the forms of support provided to St. Francis House every day. North End Friends of St. Francis House hosted their 12th annual rummage and bake sale at the Nazzaro Center, raising over $20,000 this […]

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Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging partners with our kitchen

USDA Tufts JMHNRCA fresh lettuce closeup news post

The Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging (HNRCA) partners with the Massachusetts Horticultural Society on a Community Vegetable Garden in the lobby of their building, donating the freshly grown vegetables and herbs to our kitchen. This partnership ensures that here at St. Francis House, we are able to consistently provide vital high […]

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Carolyn Connors Women’s Center hosts annual Women’s Day

Every May our Carolyn Connors Women’s Center hosts a Day of Renewal around Mother’s Day for our women guests. The day-long program includes continental breakfast, spa pampering and beauty activities, guided meditation, and ends with a luncheon program including a motivational female speaker. Learn more about our Carolyn Connors Women’s Center. See the photos here. […]

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Please call your MA Senator to co-sponsor Moving Ahead Program funding

Moving Ahead Program graduation

Moving Ahead Program Update Our newly elected Senator, Joe Boncore, has filed Amendment #796 to fund $150,000 for our Moving Ahead Program. This critical amount is equivalent to 14% of our current Moving Ahead Program operating budget, helping graduate one class of our students. Please contact your Senator Contact your senator, and ask them to support […]

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St. Francis House hosts City of Boston Housing Surge initiative

City of Boston Housing Surge St. Francis House hosted a housing surge. This event helped chronically homeless individuals complete all the documentation and application processes needed to move closer to permanent supportive housing. This event was an invaluable opportunity for the 51 participating to make significant progress on their housing applications. “Action Plan to End […]

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