Job Training Programs and Related Services for Boston’s underserved low-income and homeless individuals

What We Do


Clients find a system of external supports at the same time that they are developing the inner strength and stamina to pursue a new path to productivity and self-sufficiency. Our education program has a proven record of success for this special population.


Finding a home is a crucial factor in our clients’ lives. As the client moves through the program, caseworkers address their housing needs, research options, and guide the client through the application processes for more permanent homes. With the security of having a stable place to live, every client enjoys a sense of belonging to the larger community.


Most clients enter Project Place from situations where hope has been absent. They see Project Place as a chance to engage in the process of creating a new future. Here they find hope.

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Recent News / Events

Project Place Executive Director Suzanne Kenney recently penned an oped for Talk Poverty outlining her…

On Feb. 25, a team of Project Place staff participated in Boston’s Annual Homeless Census….

Project Place is pleased to welcome Jamie Hoag to the Board of Directors. Jamie, a…

Once again, Project Place hosted its annual clothing and toy drive to ensure everyone has…

In November, the Boston Real Estate Community held a benefit concert at Church, in the…

Notable author, poet and playwright, Nick Flynn, spoke at Project Place in November. A native…