The Boston Home Residents and Staff Collect Six Hundred Pairs of New White Socks for
Bay Cove Homeless Shelter.
The Boston Home Receives Silver Seal of Approval from GuideStar
The Boston Home has received the Silver Seal of Approval from GuidStar. A GuideStar Seal of Approval indicates that a nonprofit has provided key information in its Nonprofit Profile. By providing up-to-date information, nonprofits allow potential donors and funders to make educated decisions about the work they do to make the world a better place.
Last year, more than 9 million people visited www.guidestar.org. Millions more accessed GuideStar data through AmazonSmile, Facebook, Network for Good, major donor-advised funds, and more than 200 other partner sites and applications.
Help us Raise Funds with Amazon Smile!
For a limited time, your support goes 10 times as far!
From October 29 - Nov 2, Amazon is donating 5% (10 times the usual rate) when you shop at smile.amazon.com
AmazonSmile has donated over $100 million to charities from customer purchases. To celebrate, AmazonSmile is donating 5% (ten times the usual amount) to The Boston Home when you shop at smile.amazon.com through Nov 2.
You can make a difference by taking these easy steps:
1. Go to smile.amazon.com
2. Log in
3. Choose The Boston Home as your charity.
4. Make a purchase before November 2.
"Gail's Girl's "of Brant Rock, Marshfield is holding its annual Witches Walk for MS. Sunday, October 28, 2018. All proceeds will benefit The Boston Home
Our main driveway entrance will be closed from 7:00 am on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 until Monday, October 8, 2018.
During this closure please use or Galty Ave entrance.
We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
For any questions please call Fran Murphy, 617-326-4926 or 617-276-4494 (cell).
MS clinical and research fellows from around the country spent one-day at The Boston Home attending the Symposium on Advanced MS for Clinical Fellows.
Volunteers from Pfizer make Fall wreaths with residents.
Gail Fraser and her husband Bob present check to Chris Reilly and TBH residents.
Three watercolor paintings were donated to the Multiple Sclerosis Center at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.