Project Place promotes a community of hope and opportunity for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the skills, education and resources needed to obtain and sustain employment and housing.

What We Do

This Month's Featured Supporters

Learn more about our supporters 

Thank you to our supporters

Myers +
Chang

“No Matter What”

Our newest video that highlights clients overcoming adversity and working towards a brighter future. Directed by Colleen Reilly and Nathan Laver with BRONTOSAURUS! LA. Location sound by Djim Reynolds. Audio mix by Tim Reppert. Music by Skyrmish.

Recent News / Events

pictured above: Joli Sparkman Bayron, Project Place’s new Reentry Replication Navigator, dropping off a Chromebook…

Dear Friends, As we leave summer and transition to fall, our leadership and staff have…

Hope House is a residential substance use disorder treatment center in Boston. Hope House and…

The Peter Callaway Scholarship is named in honor of Project Place’s founder, and is given…

Since moving to online learning in March, Project Place’s Industry Internship Program (IIP) has continued…

Dear Friends of Project Place: After twenty-five years of unparalleled commitment to the Project Place…

Monday, June 29, 2020 @ 3:00 pm Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/94109331318?pwd=a2wvNnlodjRmYW01TW1yWndFQzVXZz09 The Project Place staff and…

Boston, June 05, 2020 –Project Place is one of 130 local nonprofits to receive grants…

Bernard Marcelin is a graduate of Project Place. He recently shared his writing with his…

We are so grateful for our friend Nila’s amazing gesture, walking 150 miles in the…

“COVID-19 is a traumatic event that we are all experiencing. We can well expect there…