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“You must have done something very wrong to make him behave that way.” That is how one therapist reacted to Deb, a domestic abuse survivor, during a treatment session. Deb had just related how, during a recent outburst, her husband … Continue reading
1. What about your job gets you up in the morning? In five words, “It’s all about the kids.” I love to get to know them and watch them perform. I love hearing stories from the Music Clubhouse Directors about … Continue reading
SheGives members gathered in Kendall Square in Cambridge on Monday to participate in a workout and to listen to Jon Feinman, Founder and Executive Director of InnerCity Weightlifting (ICW), discuss his organization and the positive changes it is making in … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of www.InfinityPortraitDesign.com Q: How long have you worked at GLAD? A: I have been working at GLAD for a little over a year now, since September 2014. Q: What did you do before working here? A: I spent … Continue reading
One of Bridge Over Troubled Waters’s programs is their Mobile Medical Van, offering free and confidential medical advice, first aid, and referrals to homeless and street youth in the Boston area. On weekday evenings, the van travels through the streets … Continue reading
Under the guidance of coaches, the high-risk teens at Inner City Weightlifting learn the skills they need to become personal trainers. For these youth, the gym provides a supportive community, a living wage, and an opportunity to start a career, … Continue reading
GLAD’s Youth Initiative works to combat discrimination against and harassment of both LGBT youth and children with LGBT parents. These youth are often disadvantaged in the foster care system, juvenile justice system, school system, and their own communities. The Youth … Continue reading
Lovin’ Spoonfuls is in the news again! The non-profit Food Tank interviewed Ashley Stanley, the founder and executive director of Lovin’ Spoonfuls. You can read the full story here.
Lovin’ Spoonfuls was featured in an article posted yesterday to the MetroWest Daily News! The non-profit will extend its aid to the MetroWest area beginning next year. You can read more about this expansion here.
Bridge Over Troubled Waters offers homeless and high-risk youth support and services that help them find a path to self-sufficiency. The services that Bridge offers include their Mobile Medical Van, which offers confidential medical care to at-risk youth; their day … Continue reading