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We invite you to join Project Place’s #GivingTuesday campaign this November! This year’s donations will fund our NavSack program, which helps individuals take the first steps towards building a better life after incarceration.

The first 24 hours out of prison or jail are incredibly overwhelming. Often, individuals are released with only the clothes they went in with, unsure where to go or what to do. The lack of resources can make starting and sustaining a successful reentry process challenging. These individuals need our help most urgently during cold weather, as they often leave prison or jail without adequate clothing and without a place to go to stay warm.With winter quickly approaching, we need your help. Donate to help Project Place distribute NavSacks filled with daily essentials and resource guides that will lead individuals to Project Place’s reentry services. Our comprehensive services help reentering individuals get back on their feet and turn their life around.

Our goal is to raise $2,000 to provide 40 NavSacks to individuals reentering society in the greater Boston Area this winter. We appreciate contributions of any size. A few dollars goes a long way toward helping someone rebuild their life.

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We are pleased to announce our next Client of the Quarter! This quarter we honor Lawrence Brown for his hard-work, perseverance, and kindness. Lawrence’s Story Five years ago, Lawrence lost his wife of twenty-seven years to cancer and found himself suffering from substance abuse and then homelessness. “I became a permanent fixture on the streets…

Tommy Walker and his fiancé and daughter posing with Mayor Walsh at Project Place’s 2017 Open Door Gala Photography by: Vail Fucci Six years ago, Tommy Walker was preparing for his release from prison. Today he lives in Boston with his fiancé and their three-year old daughter in their recently-purchased condo. He’s a successful construction project…

Tommy Walker, 2017 Peter Callaway Scholarship recipient, hands off this year’s award to Joli Sparkman Bayron Photography by: Vail Fucci Joli Sparkman Bayron works full-time as a reentry coordinator and case manager for Bethany House Ministries, helping men and women recently released from prison find treatment or job readiness programs, housing, and other critical support…

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