Brookview House is a 501(c) nonprofit organization. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Contact the Development office at (617) 265-2965 x 208.
MAKE A DONATION
Your gift goes a long way in providing quality housing, programs and services for homeless women and children. Give a gift in memory or in honor of a loved one. Click on DONATE NOW to make a difference in the lives of homeless families.
Our programs are always in need of books, arts and crafts supplies, games, DVDs and more. Click here to view our Wish List
Become a volunteer at Brookview House. Share your time and your expertise. Brookview House has on-going opportunities for volunteers and mentors.
HOST A HOUSE PARTY
Introduce friends and colleagues to Brookview House by hosting an event at your home. Contact Mercedes Tompkins:
Call: 617-265-2965 x208 or (857) 891-8983 cell.
Individual & Small Group Donors
Foundation & Corporate Donors
Anna B. Stearns Charitable Foundation
Clipper Ship Foundation
Community Labor United
J.E. and Z.B. Butler Foundation
Liberty Mutual Foundation
TripAdvisor Charitable Foundation Employee Volunteer Reward
Wellington Management Charitable Foundation
In-Kind Support – Individuals
Dr. Katrina Armstrong
Elizabeth Clark Donald
Dr. Felicity A. Crawford
John B. Cruz III
Sean & Julie Dalton
Denise Farai Williams
Danielle Ferrier, MBA, LICSW
Leslie Fisher-Katz, LMHC, CAC
Dona Bolding Hamilton
Anne Marie Jagielo
Kimberly Lee Minor
Dr. Phillip McCrary
Kimberly & Marc Minor
Stephanie L. Pinder-Amaker
Lawrence & Joan Siff
Sarah Slautterback, MSW
Marvin So, MPH
Dr. Kristie A. Thomas
Dorla White Simpson
Maria Viji Davis
In-Kind Support – Organizations
Bethel A.M.E. Church – The Christiana R. Gray Women’s Missionary Society
Boston Chapter of Jack & Jill
Boston Land Trust
Boston Parents Paper
Boston Police Department Area B-3
Boston Univeristy – Community Service Homelessness & Housing Team
Boston University – First Year Student Outreach Project (FYSOP)
Boton University – Community Service Human Rights Team
Brown Brothers Harriman
Brown Middle School
CB Wilson Interior Design
Charles Street AME Church – Sarah Gorham Women’s Missionary Society
Christmas in the City
Colortek of Boston
Commonwealth Children’s Center
Community Consulting Team
Costco Wholesale #319
Dan AV Presentations
Engine Room Edit
Exchange Conference Center
Federal Food Program through the City of Boston
Frank Anthony’s Gourmet Market
Girls Who Code
Greater Boston Legal Services
Halle’s Flowers Garden
Hands to Heart Center Yoga
Horizon’s For Homeless Children
Jewish Vocational Services
Landry & Acari Rugs & Carpeting
Lost Coin Women’s Fund
Massachusetts Port Authority
Maxwell & Associates, Inc.
Middlesex County Chapter of The Links, Inc
Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries / H.E.L.P. Program
Norfolk Hardware and Home Center
One Family Scholars
Parish of the Epiphany
Pine Manor College
Red Sox Scholars
RFK Children’s Action Corps
Roxbury Community College
Small Can Be Big
State Street Bank
Strength to Serve National Fitness Work Team
Tech Goes Home
The New England Carpenters Union
Uno’s Pizzeria & Grill
Wentworth Institute of Technology-Center for Community & Learning Partnerships
Whole Foods – South End
William James College
Women in the Building Trades
Brookview House has on-going opportunities for volunteers and mentors. Volunteers with skills in fundraising, public relations, real estate and marketing are needed.
Mentors who work in the youth program must be available between the hours of 2 and 6 in the afternoon.
For more information, contact Mercedes Tompkins
mtompkins@BrookviewHouse.org or call 617-265-2965 x 208 or (857) 891-8983 cell.
Brookview House has opportunities for graduate-level students in counseling and psychology to serve a practicum/internship leading to licensing.
For more information, E-mail: dcollinsgousby@BrookviewHouse.org or
Call: Deborah Collins-Gousby at 617-442-1010 x 307.
SHARE YOUR EXPERTISE
Lead a workshop. We need facilitators to conduct the following workshops:
- Landlord/tenant rights and responsibilities
- Nutrition, shopping and healthy eating
- Cooking demonstrations
- Health & Wellness
- Career Exploration
For more information, contact: mtompkins@BrookviewHouse.org
Call: Mercedes Tompkins: 617-265-2965 x208 or (857) 891-8983 cell.
Brookview House needs the items on this page to address family homelessness. Please let us know if you have something on the list to donate or are able to purchase an item for us. Because we are able to buy in bulk, donations of cash are preferred to outright purchases to make your giving go farther.
To make a donation from our Wish List:
Call: Mercedes Tompkins (617) 265-2965 x 208 or (857) 891-8983 cell.
- New linens
- Desk, floor and table lamps
- Pots, pans, dishes, cooking utensils
- Dishes, glasses, cups, utensils
- High chairs
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
- Personal computers*
- Books, videos, and DVDs
- Arts & crafts supplies, globes, and games
TRAINING & EDUCATION
- Laptop computers*
- Office supplies
*Please call for specifications. Due to the cost associated with technical assistance, we cannot accept computers that do not meet minimum standards for use and compatibility with existing equipment.
Your support helps courageous moms lift their children out of homelessness.
Mail your check made payable to:
Brookview House, Inc.
2 Brookview Street
Dorchester, MA 02124-2740
Click on DONATE NOW to link to our secure donation site.
GIFTS OF SECURITIES
CONTACT: Jayne Murphy, Chief Financial Officer
Phone: (617) 265-2965 x 202
DONATE FROM YOUR DONOR ADVISED FUND
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Ayisha is a Certified Nurse Assistant, works as a Home Health Aide and attends the Radiology program at Bunker Hill Community College.
“Brookview was not just a temporary place to stay, it was a place we called home. All five of my siblings participated in the Above & Beyond after school program. We gained multiple skills – communications, advocacy, and how to become self-sufficient. We learned how to set educational and career goals. The program taught me to gain my self-control, build my motivation and self-esteem. I graduated with a GPA of 4.0.”
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TAKE A TOUR!
In just an hour you can hear from someone who has been through our program
and tour our supportive housing and youth development space.
Staff and Board members will be on hand to answer questions and share their perspective on Brookview House.
To schedule a tour, contact the Development Office: Mercedes Tompkins (617) 265-2965 x208 or (857) 891-8983 cell.