The Family-to-Family Project

The Family-to-Family Project seeks to prevent and reverse family homelessness in Massachusetts by providing timely financial assistance to help families move out of shelter or retain their housing and avoid becoming homeless.

The Family-to-Family Project was founded in 1988 by a group of Cambridge-area families looking to address the causes and consequences of family homelessness. In 2017, with the full support of both organizations' Boards of Directors, they merged with FamilyAid Boston in order to help more parents and children remain housed and stable. Read the press release on the merger.

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Partner Agencies

The work of the Family-to-Family Project would not be possible without the tremendous efforts of our community partners. Each works tirelessly on behalf of children and families throughout Massachusetts to end family homelessness. We are proud of each and the work we do together. 

Community Partners

ABCD
ABCD Brighton
Baycove Human Services – TPP
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center
Boston Commission on Affairs for the Elderly
Cambridge & Somerville Legal Services
Cambridge Multi-Service Center
Career Collaborative
City Mission Society
Community Teamwork Inc.
DOVE
Elizabeth Stone House
EMPath

Family Promise North Shore Boston

Greater Boston Legal Services

Strategic Partners

Homes for Families
Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association
On Solid Ground Coalition
HomeStart
Housing Families
Lena Park CDC
Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless
Project Hope
Somerville Homeless Coalition
South Boston Community Health Center
The Second Step
Transition House
Urban Edge

Are you a Family-to-Family partner looking to apply for funding? View our funding guidelines.

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