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Homes for Families
14 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108

Homes for Families works towards ending family homelessness in Massachusetts.

The organization advocates forMore families and the organizations that help them. It describes itself as a grassroots, social change organization. Homes for Families doesn't provide direct services, but rather represents the interests of homeless families and service organizations. 

Homes for Families connects homeless shelters with the state government and elected officials. It's funded mostly through private donations from foundations, but individuals can also donate.

Mass Alliance
8 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108
Mass Alliance is on the 4th floor of 8 Beacon Street. It was founded in 2005 to support and endorse progressiveMore candidates for political office. Mass Alliance has 22 member organizations which include groups working to support feminism, teachers, reproductive choice and the environment. Mass Alliance is not affiliated with a political party. It is a nonprofit supported by its member organizations and individual donations. Around 800 people currently donate to Mass Alliance. Mass Alliance is run by two full-time staff members and many interns.
Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts
8 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108

Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts is a community organization that provides grassroots organizing for socialMore justice. It was founded in 1996 with the goal of getting people involved in the political process, from changing public policy to increasing voter turnout, and is supported by individual donations and grants.

Neighbor to Neighbor has chapters in Holyoke, Lynn, Springfield and Worcester. 

The Vilna Shul: Boston's Center for Jewish Culture
18 Phillips St, Boston, MA 02114
The Vilna Shul synagogue was built by Lithuanian immigrants in 1919. The building now houses a museum focusing on JewishMore culture in Boston. No longer an operational synagogue, the Vilna Shul still holds prayer services one Friday each month and during holidays. The Vilna Shul is supported by private donations and is managed by a team of volunteers and two employees. 
Friends of the Public Garden
87 Mount Vernon St, Boston, MA 02108

Friends of the Public Garden is a nonprofit organization that formed in 1970 in response to the deterioration ofMore Boston's public parks. Today, the organization partners with the city of Boston to maintain the beauty and splendor of the Boston Public Garden, the Boston Common and the Back Bay's Commonwealth Avenue Mall. 

From its headquarters in Beacon Hill, Friends of the Public Garden helps to preserve and protect the parks by repairing fences and fountains, restoring monuments and maintaining trees and foliage. It takes care of 44 monuments and more than 2,000 trees in all three parks. In 2009, the organization spent more than $150,000 on pruning, fertilizing and injecting trees against disease. 

The group partners with the city of Boston and is supported largely through private donations. Executive Director Elizabeth Vizza and a board oversee the organization's activities. To join Friends of the Public Garden, residents can make a donation online of $25 or more. 

Boston Women's Fund
14 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108
The Boston Women's Fund is a small fund that raises money for programs that benefit women, particularly young women andMore women of color, by empowering them and putting them into leadership positions. It was founded in 1985 and gives away half a million dollars every year to non-profit organizations working to help women in Massachusetts. The Boston Women's Fund is funded through donations from individuals and foundation grants. 
The Vincent Club
71 Brimmer St, Boston, MA 02108

The Vincent Club is a women's organization founded in 1892. Its mission is to support the health and well-being ofMore women. The club hosts forums and events designed to educate the public about women's health issues.

The Vincent Club is supported through donations from individuals and foundation grants. All of the proceeds of the club's fundraising activities go to support the Vincent Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Massachusetts General Hospital.