Team NEAHMA is a joint effort between NEAHMA, our management company members and our vendor members to give back to the people that live in communities of affordable housing.
Together, we are committed to raising funds to help provide various forms of support such as education, shelter, advocacy, breast cancer awareness, job placement and partnering skills to people in need by partnering with the charities listed below.
Why TEAM NEAHMA?
Since NEAHMA’s mission is to represent professionals of affordable housing throughout New England, we believe that as a team, we need to give back to the affordable housing communities we manage and service. We are dedicated to finding ways to get more involved and truly make a difference as a means to ensure Communities of Quality®. Together, we can raise the bar of excellence in affordable housing management by servicing the needs of our residents and communities.
In conjunction with our local charity partners, we are confident we can provide services people would otherwise go without!
The Boston Police Foundation was formed in 1993 to provide private financial support for critically needed resources to the Boston Police Department, the oldest police department in the country. Our supporters help fund special equipment, advanced training, new technology, officer safety and wellness, and youth outreach programs not covered in its annual budget.
Elizabeth Stone House
If you are interested in donating or helping out with Elizabeth Stone house, please contact Rebecca Allen.
The mission of the Elizabeth Stone House is to serve homeless families and individuals in a goal-oriented, outcome-driven service environment by resolving the issues that made them homeless – domestic violence, substance abuse, and mental illness – so that they can attain and maintain permanent housing, personal safety, and economic stability. ELIZABETH STONE HOUSE SERVICES
To achieve its mission, the Elizabeth Stone House provides
Emergency shelter for individuals and families fleeing domestic violence
Transitional housing for homeless individuals and families affected by domestic violence, mental illness and substance abuse
Wrap-around services including support groups and classes for both Stone House and neighborhood residents
Financial literacy and job search classes
Therapeutic child care, client advocacy, and family-centered activities for the children of our adult clients.
The Elizabeth Stone House helps individuals and families rebuild their lives after experiencing homelessness, domestic violence, mental illness, substance abuse and other forms of trauma. The Stone House provides residential and non-residential programs, as well as an emergency shelter for those who are in immediate need.The Stone House’s residential programs include a three-month Domestic Violence Shelter and an 18-month Transitional Housing Program. Additionally, the Stone House provides a number of community support groups and personal economic development programs.
The Elizabeth Stone House was founded in 1974 and is located in Roxbury, MA. Primarily, the Stone House serves adults and families from the Roxbury, Dorchester, and Jamaica Plain areas.
In fiscal year 2011, the Stone House served 42 adults and 46 children through its emergency domestic violence shelter and Transitional Housing Program. In total, over 500 women, children and men were served through the Stone House’s residential programs, community support groups, financial literacy programs and Parent-Child Center activities.
Funding for the Elizabeth Stone House is received through government, corporation, and foundation grants, as well as individual donations and the annual Wilderness Heals pledge hike.
For more than three decades, Father Bill’s & MainSpring (FBMS), a registered 501(c)3 charitable organization, has been a leading innovator of ending homelessness. Our mission is to end and prevent homelessness in Southern Massachusetts with programs that provide emergency and permanent housing and help people obtain skills, jobs, housing, and services. We help people who are struggling with homelessness, or are at risk of homelessness, to achieve self-sufficiency.
The Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation was established in 2004, in loving memory of Gloria Gemma, two years after this wife and mother-of-nine lost her courageous fight against breast cancer. A devout woman, Gloria instilled in her children strong family values and the importance of helping people in need.
In 2008, the Foundation opened its Resource and Wellness Center, and Gloria’s eldest daughter, Maria Gemma-Corcelli was named the executive director. Through the tireless efforts of Maria and her dedicated staff, the Foundation has developed and implemented numerous programs and services for people living with breast cancer.
The Foundation has a family atmosphere where hugs are plentiful and emotions are never judged. We are here to help all people who are living with breast cancer, which includes patients, survivors, family members, and friends. We want you to know that you are not alone, and we are here to help. Please take a moment to look at the free programs and services currently being offered, by clicking here.
More Than Words (MTW)is a nonprofit social enterprise that empowers youth who are in the foster care system, court-involved, homeless, or out of school to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business.
At their locations in Waltham and Boston’s South End, MTW serves 250 of the most vulnerable youth from throughout Greater Boston who face compounding risk factors; over 70% are involved with the foster care system and nearly 40% are court-involved.
Will be collecting at the Annual Conference and Trade Show on October 22, 2019 at Four Points by Sheraton, Norwood, MA. Bring your items to their booth!
What type of donations do they need? They accept gently used donations of books, clothing, and shoes. Occasionally accept high-quality furniture donations for display in the stores.
What type of book donations do they collect?
They accept gently used donations of paperback and hardcover books, CDs and DVDs in their original cases, records, and video games. Books can be any genre as well as foreign language books. They also gladly accept textbooks but do ask they be 10 years or newer.
More Than Words does ask that if you have books that are torn or damaged that you recycle them, as they will unfortunately not be able to find a good use for them. Additionally, More than Words does not accept:
textbooks over 10 years old
donations of furniture, clothes, or household goods.
New England Affordable Housing Management Association
Our mission is to provide quality training and education on regulatory, legal, legislative and management related topics and to promote quality affordable housing. NEAHMA maintains an active membership with the National Affordable Housing Management Association.
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