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New England Patriots’ Ja’Whaun Bentley Chooses FamilyAid Boston for My Cause My Cleats Ja’Whaun Bentley of the New England Patriots has chosen FamilyAid Boston as his charity of choice for the National Football League’s 2019 My Cause My Cleats initiative.  As part of the collaboration between the NFL and its players, players represent hundreds of […]

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Tackling Childhood Homelessness

Day 1 Families Fund grants $98.5 million to 32 nonprofits assisting families experiencing homelessness FamilyAid Boston, a leading services provider to families who are homeless, today announced that it has been selected to receive a $5 million grant from the Day 1 Families Fund.   “We are incredibly excited and honored to be acknowledged by the […]

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FamilyAid Boston Receives $5 Million Bezos Day 1 Families Fund Grant to Help Solve Homelessness

FamilyAid Boston is one of 100 local nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 each through Cummings Foundation’s “$100k for 100” program. The Boston based organization was chosen from a total of 574 applicants during a competitive review process. FamilyAid Boston provides comprehensive prevention, shelter, housing and wraparound services to more than 1,600 children and parents […]

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FamilyAid Boston Receives Cummings Foundation $100k for 100

BOSTON –FamilyAid Boston and the Family-to-Family Project are joining forces to strategically address the need for deeper homelessness prevention resources for parents and children currently at risk of losing their housing. The two organizations completed a formal merger on July 1, 2017.  Massachusetts has seen one of the largest increases in family homelessness in the […]

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FamilyAid Boston merges with the Family-to-Family Project