Thanks to all of our 2015 runners! Phil Boccalatte CBRE New England Julie Zavrl Boston College These Heading Home supporters ran for Heading Home in the 2015 Boston Marathon on April 20! They have been busy not only training but fundraising for our critical programs. Click here to support our Marathon runners.
The Boston Globe covers Governor-Elect Charlie Baker welcoming a Heading Home family Up & Out and into their new home! Baker outlines plan to address homelessness By David Scharfenberg Celise Jackson, homeless for months, crossed the threshold into her new apartment in the Bowdoin-Geneva section of Dorchester Tuesday and cried. “Thank you so much,” she said, holding […]
Phil Boccalatte CB Richard Ellis/New England Ryan Enright Equity Office Phil Brannigan Beacon Capital Partners
Heading Home Housewarming Event Raises More Than $935,000 to End Homelessness! A HUGE THANK YOU to the 900+ supporters who collectively contributed MORE THAN $935,000 to directly fund Heading Home’s programs and services to end homelessness locally. The May 6th Housewarming event was hosted by: Sponsors Participating Restaurants 2014 Committee
Heading Home’s Executive Director Tom Lorello was a guest on WGBH’s Greater Boston with Emily Rooney. Watch the segment on WGBH’s website or read an article related to the story: State Seeks To Move Homeless From Hotel Rooms To Group Homes By Rupa Shenoy Michelle Espada has gained 70 pounds since she moved to the Bedford Plaza Hotel. “Eating microwaveable food. I […]
Woburn-based Cummings Foundation has awarded Heading Home’s Medford Family Life Education Center with a $100,000 grant to help facilitate seamless day-to-day operations and transform how the program delivers supportive services to once-homeless single mothers and their small children. Thanks to the Cummings Foundation, we will provide the program’s residents with every tool possible to succeed […]
By Jim Cronin Heading Home has a healthy track record for helping end homelessness in the region. The nonprofit recently crunched its numbers and found out that nine out of every 10 previously homeless people they put in housing in the last seven have remained with a roof over their heads – whether in Heading Home’s apartments […]
By Ellen Keiley Is it possible to significantly decrease the number of homeless individuals and families? According to Heading Home, a Greater Boston non-profit organization, it is. Heading Home has taken an innovative approach to decreasing the number of homeless people through its shelter and transitional housing programs, which create a supported bridge toward the […]