Five local Old Navy stores provide Project Hope families with shopping sprees, surprises, and many lasting memories.
Support Project Hope by holding a drive at your work, school, church or community organization and donating the new items to Project Hope families.
Bank of America Massachusetts President Bob Gallery handed out winter kits to Project Hope families at the Cradles to Crayons Gearing Up for Winter event held at Project Hope's Community Building.
Sr. Margaret is hosting a small group breakfast to celebrate the unveiling of our Donor Wall, the artistic centerpiece of Project Hope's entryway. Come, celebrate among friends with good conversation and breakfast at Project Hope's Community Building.
Representatives Marty Walsh, Marie St. Fleur, and Gloria Fox participated in this year's legislative breakfast held at Project Hope. It was an opportunity for families experiencing homelessness to share their experience with their Representatives.
We celebrated the launch of The Many Flavors of Cooking with Project Hope and the opening night of the 2008 Gift Drive. Guests enjoyed food from recipes in the cookbook and went on a behind the scenes tour of the Project Hope Elf Workshop. If you would like to order a copy of The Many Flavors of Cooking with Project Hope, fill out the Order Form.
Sr. Margaret Honored by Parenting Resource Associates for making a difference to homeless families in Massachusetts.
This Forum explored how NGO learning exchanges can advance social change and innovation within the third sector in Greater Boston and around the globe. Sr. Margaret Leonard, Executive Director at Project Hope, was the keynote speaker for this event.
Mayor Thomas M. Menino presented a Green Award to Project Hope for being a Bike Friendly business at an awards ceremony.
Sister Margaret Leonard, Project Hope's Executive Director, was honored at the Family-to-Family Project's 20th Anniversary Celebration chaired by founders Paul and Katie Bettenwieser.
Sr. Margaret celebrates her 70th birthday with a surprise gathering of her family, staff and board members.
The 2007 Award for Excellence in Community Development from the Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation was awarded to Sr. Margaret Leonard and Project Hope.
Rebuilding Together Boston, Gilbane Company and Fidelity Investments came together to makeover the outside of Project Hope's shelter in one day!
Friends of the late Father Bill gathered at Project Hope for a wonderful reception in his honor. His friends shared stories about this remarkable man, his extraordinary personal style and presence. To continue Father Bill's legacy, the Community of Hope Fund was established to give a helping hand to people in the community.
Project Hope's Community Building is now officially the first certified "green" building in Roxbury. Project Hope received Silver status for showing Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design from the US Green Building Council.
The WCVB-TV Channel 5's Extreme Makeover at Project Hope's shelter was a huge success. Find out more about the makeover and take a virtual tour.
Gillette officials announced a $100,000 grant to Project Hope earmarked for homelessness prevention at an event held at Project Hope.