Moving Beyond Homelessness
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Founded in 1990, Brookview is a multi-service organization that works for justice, equity and systemic change for low-income women and children in Boston. Brookview provides support services, affordable housing, and programs addressing the distinct needs of each family member-children and adults–positioning families for long-term stability.
The COVID-19 pandemic is decimating Black and Latinx communities. Homelessness, food insecurity, unemployment, hospitalizations, and deaths continue to soar. Fear, anxiety, grief and distress are prevalent.
Your donation helps provide families with a safe place to live, food, basic needs, PPEs, academic support and behavioral health services.
Our goal is to raise $200,000. We are half way there. Your support is critical. Thank You for your help and for sharing this page with family and friends.
BROOKVIEW IS… A BEACON OF HOPE FOR OUR COMMUNITY!
Confidence and Focus
Dedication and Consistency
A Stepping Stone to Success
Lesbie, Vanessa and Deb
• Colette Phillips • Susan Wornick • Chris Brown • Jay Dobek • Dani Monroe
Photos by Randy H. Goodman
Thank You to our Sponsors!
Blue Hub, Boston Foundation, Boston Business Journal, Brookline Bank, Century Bank, Eastern Bank, Liberty Mutual, Needham Bank, North Star Asset Management, Partners Healthcare, Webster Bank
Founded in 1990, Brookview is a multi-service organization that works for justice, equity and systemic change for low-income women and children in Boston. Brookview provides emergency shelter, affordable rental housing, youth development programs, mental health services, domestic violence crisis intervention, and support services. Brookview addresses the distinct needs of each family member–children and adults–positioning families for long-term stability.
The COVID-19 pandemic is decimating Black and Latino communities.
- Homelessness, hunger, unemployment, hospitalizations, and deaths continue to soar.
- Unemployment is at Depression-era levels.
- Over 300,000 MA renter households are unable to pay rent and are at risk of eviction.
- Eviction filings disproportionately impact communities of color.
1. Make a gift of $250 or more
2. Double or triple the impact of your gift. Ask your employer if they will match your gift through their matching gift program
3. Set up a monthly reoccurring gift
4. Volunteer your time and talent
5. Tell 5 friends about us
Brookview House in Boston offers free coding classes to girls who have experienced homelessness, in the hopes of garnering their interests in computer science and programming. Their experiences in the program have shaped their views on computer science, as well as their goals for the future. – The Christian Science Monitor
“Brookview helped me learn to communicate in English, recognized and nurtured my love of art. At first, I didn’t know how to speak English, and it was a big obstacle at school and in the community, so I needed to attend bilingual classes for two years. Now I go to regular classes; I have learned how to communicate in English very well. I joined the Teen Visionaries where I learned about domestic violence and tried photography for the first time. I also attended sculpture classes on Saturday mornings.” –Tania
• Brookview Supporters •
Founded in 1990, Brookview is a non-profit organization led by Black and Latinx women that works for justice, equity, and systemic change for low-income mothers and their children living in Boston. Our mission is to help families learn skills necessary to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty…