Tag: Pine Street Inn

  • Ayanna Pressley Urges People to Vote and Pine Street Inn Registration Drive

    Ayanna Pressley Urges People to Vote and Pine Street Inn Registration Drive

    Ayanna Pressley. File Photo Boston City Councilor and Democratic Congressional Candidate Ayanna Pressley spoke at a Pine Street Inn voter registration forum on Oct. 10, to encourage homeless people to vote. Pine Street Inn, an organization which provides housing, food and job training for people experiencing homelessness, addressed misconceptions about voting rights and helped  people […]

  • Pine Street Inn Regular Recognized for Shelter Garden

    Pine Street Inn Regular Recognized for Shelter Garden

    The Pine Street Inn was recognized as the first-place winner for the “Storefront, Organization, or Main Street District” category of Mayor Martin Walsh’s 2018 Garden Contest in Boston. Pine Street Inn staff  also recognized their tenant AJ for his hard work in tending to the garden for many years. “AJ has managed the garden for […]

  • Healthcare Advocates Gather in Remembrance for Overdose Awareness

    Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) hosted an event on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017, in honor of International Overdose Awareness Day and to remember those who have lost their lives to opioid-related overdoses. The memorial was hosted at the South End Branch of the Boston Public Library at 685 Tremont St. and at […]

  • GREAT DONATION: Sixth-graders donate cereal to Pine Street Inn

    GREAT DONATION: Sixth-graders donate cereal to Pine Street Inn

    Have you ever heard of someone wanting or needing 407 boxes of cereal? Well, that’s exactly what we, sixth graders at Pierce School in Brookline, collected in our cereal drive for the Pine Street Inn, an organization that works to provide shelter for homeless men and women. At Pierce School, we would usually collect toiletries […]

  • Pine Street Inn, hopeFound Explore Merger

    Adam Sennott Spare Change News Two of Boston’s leading homeless shelters announced August 5th that they are considering a merger that they believe could allow them to have a greater impact in Boston’s fight to end homelessness. Pine Street Inn, New England’s largest homeless shelter, and hopeFound, formerly known as Friends of the Shattuck Shelter, […]