Building Impact was proud to be a part of the Massachusetts Conference for Women last week! The conference offers the community and connection, the information and inspiration, the motivation and momentum to help you discover what you want, and we at Building Impact were excited to not only represent a part of the extensive Boston Nonprofit Community, but also provide hands-on volunteering opportunities for the attendees! All of the activities directly benefit women experiencing homelessness.
Thanks to all our volunteers, we were able to create 31 Holiday Cards for Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance; 76 Jewelry Kits for Pine Street Inn; and 20 Fleece Scarves for Women’s Lunch Place. These items will brighten a day, provide a fun activity and give the gift of warmth for women in Boston. Together, we can provide joy and comfort in the difficult Holiday Season for those women facing the complex issue of homelessness.
We would like to recognize all of the organizations and attendees that made Mass Conference a success! The event reminded us the strength we have we confronting adversity. Building Impact is proud to be a Nonprofit partner Massachusetts Conference for Women.
Building Impact works with closely with our nonprofit partners to guarantee our activities create the most impact for our community. Read and learn more about our nonprofit partners to get involved and continue the great work done at Mass Conference!
The mission of Middlesex Human Service Agency, Inc. is to improve the quality of life and independent functioning of a wide variety of clients through the delivery of an extensive system of community-based substance abuse and social service programs.
Pine Street Inn serves more than 1,900 homeless men and women daily to provide a comprehensive range of services including: permanent supportive housing, job training and placement, emergency shelter and street outreach. Pine Street Inn provides 35% of the total female beds for homeless women in the City of Boston, with 120 shelter beds and 10 permanent housing beds solely for females.
Founded in 1982, the Women’s Lunch Place welcomes approximately 225 women each day, most of whom have experienced trauma, abuse, and loss without judgment or requirements for assistance. The Women’s Lunch Place provides a safe, comfortable daytime shelter, nutritious food and support for women who are homeless or low income.