WinterWyman Supports Women’s Center

Amy Finn, Carrie McGrath and Elizabeth Spayne from WinterWyman at the Women’s Center holiday party

#25 Days of Giving with WinterWyman WinterWyman supported the St, Francis House Women’s Center Holiday Party as day 24 of their “#25 Days of Giving” – a holiday themed community service program.  Other agencies they worked with included: Franciscan Children’s Hospital in Brighton, Somerville Cambridge Elder Housing, Boston Cares Bed Project, and the Massachusetts State […]

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Natixis Global Asset Management hosts winter drive

natixis-socks-gloves-drive

Our Natixis Charity Team comes through again! This month, our Charity Team at Natixis Global Asset Management hosted a winter clothing drive for the guests of St. Francis House.  Clothing donations are essential for our guests.  Once sorted and sized, clothing is distributed to our guests through our Fresh Threads program. The bounty of items collected […]

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John Hancock hosts holiday gift drive to benefit Next Step Residents

John Hancock Gift Drive collection for St. Francis House Next Step Residents

This holiday season is going to be a bit brighter for our Next Step residents, thanks to John Hancock employees! Staff from both the Westwood, MA and the Seaport, Boston, MA offices participated in a gift drive to benefit the 56 men and women who call 39 Boylston Street home. Holiday Cheer Employees got to […]

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Bank of America supports St. Francis House

Bank of America check presentation

Bank of America gives “big” support to St. Francis House on Giving Tuesday On November 29, #GivingTuesday, some employees from Bank of America gathered in our 6th floor conference room to present a $15,000 check to St. Francis House and our President, Karen LaFrazia.  The “big check” (literally) represented a grant award by the Bank […]

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Citizens Bank Awards St. Francis House $50,000

Rick Musiol, SVP, Public Affairs, Citizens Bank staff presented a $50,000 grant to Karen LaFrazia, Executive Director, St. Francis House on #GivingTuesday

To support basic services of meals, clothing, and counseling support for individuals experiencing poverty or homelessness Presented on #GivingTuesday 2016 BOSTON – November 29, 2016 –Citizens Bank has awarded St. Francis House with a $50,000 gift to support their basic services, counseling and supportive housing initiatives as a low-barrier shelter turning no one away. They […]

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Shop AmazonSmile to benefit St. Francis House

Shop Amazon.Smile to help St. Francis House

How can you help St. Francis House while holiday shopping? Use AmazonSmile! Let’s face it, many of us wince at overcrowded malls and will be holiday shopping online this year.  Why not help St. Francis House in the process? Your online shopping can support St. Francis House and the AmazonSmile site is the way to do […]

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Shooze Cruise sets sail and breaks records!

Shooze Cruise updates

Despite initial drizzles, the skies cleared for a beautiful sunset and tremendous dance party on the top deck of the Provincetown II last week Wednesday, August 10. Once all the shoes and funds were counted, we raised over $33,500 and collected over 300 pairs of shoes – which we started to distribute to our guests […]

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Corporate Partners: Bain Capital welcomes St. Francis House

Did you know we can come to your company and present about St. Francis House? Bain Capital welcomed St. Francis House earlier this month to talk about our programs, services, and the many ways individuals and office departments can become involved. To learn more, contact Danielle Wilkes, Corporate Engagement Officer. […]

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Planned Giving: John P. McGonagle Legacy Society

“It’s really important,” to Martin and Claudia Yapp, who have included St. Francis House in their estate planning. Says Claudia, “Our marginalized and suffering brothers and sisters can’t be forgotten when we die because they are our brothers and sisters and they are in need. That is what we are here to do, support one […]

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