Project Place’s 19th Annual Tournament was a huge success! It was a beautiful, sunny day at The Bay Club in Mattapoisett, a favorite course of the tournament’s golfers and sponsors.  Golfers arrived and filled up on a hearty breakfast and stocked up on Super Tickets with 6 chances to win prizes on the course. Just…

CREW (Community Re-Entry for Women) graduated its first class in 2004 and this August, Project Place graduated it’s 60th CREW class from the HOC . Seven women completed the program and were given certificates of graduation, and two participants spoke about how important the program had been to them.  Native Bostonian and State Senator Linda…

Project Place’s newest social enterprise, Working Opportunities for Women (WOW) currently partners with Coop’s Hot Fudge to create the best-tasting chocolate and caramel toppings you’ve ever had, and it is all made by women working their way out of homelessness.  A favorite find at artisanal provisions shops and farmers markets, Coop’s Hot Fudge is coming…

  Project Place is proud to announce that Clean Corners…Bright Hopes, its facilities maintenance social enterprise program, has significantly expanded its business with three new fee-for-service contracts with the City of Boston and Boston University; Washington Gateway Main Street; and the Chinatown Main Street Association. Clean Corners maintains the neighborhood of Melnea Cass Boulevard and…

  Project Place is proud to announce that Clean Corners…Bright Hopes, its facilities maintenance social enterprise program, has significantly expanded its business with three new fee-for-service contracts with the city of Boston and Boston University; Washington Gateway Main Street; and the Chinatown Main Street Association. Clean Corners will maintain the neighborhood of Melnea Cass Boulevard…

“The U.S. Department of Labor provides Jobs for Veterans State Grants through the Homeless Veteran Reintegration Program for community-based organizations like Project Place to help veterans who may be at risk of becoming homeless and want to find meaningful work. Polly Hanson, director of Client Services at Project Place, met with Omar and discussed how…

On Sunday, March 6th over 350 guests attended Project Place’s 13th Annual Spring Forward Brunch at the InterContinental Boston. We are grateful to all who made this day a stunning success and helped us reach our fundraising goal of $200,000. These funds will support programs and services providing job training and stabilization to 1,400 homeless…

Project Place is proud to have CREW program recognized by US Attorney General Loretta Lynch Project Place’s CREW Program, delivered in partnership with the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department, received national attention this week from the Justice Department, for services provided to incarcerated individuals. Although there are reentry programs across the 50 states, US Attorney General Loretta Lynch…

Visit the event page here Join us at Project Place on Thursday, November 12 from 6:00-7:30pm for a discussion and Q&A with Andrea James, a current Soros Justice Fellow, and Executive Director of Families for Justice as Healing. Andrea James has worked within the criminal justice system for more than 25 years. She dedicated her…

This op-ed was written by Project Place Executive Director, Suzanne Kenney, and published in the South End News on Thursday August 20, 2015. It may sound strange, but the anxieties wrought by homelessness do not go away with permanent housing. The relief experienced by those who have secured housing after a period of homelessness is…

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