We are critically low on clothing and jackets for babies in sizes 6-24 months!
We made an emergency delivery to Bowdoin-Geneva in response to a fire on Monday that displaced 15 people in Dorchester. We need to replenish our supply of baby clothing in order to make upcoming deliveries to family shelters and be prepared for emergencies like this one.
Please donate baby clothes and jackets in sizes 6-24 months if you can! Donation drop-off hours can be found here.
Beginning February 26, there are new parking restrictions on Rosemary Street due to a construction project at Needham High School. Parking is no longer permitted along Rosemary Street in front of Circle of Hope. These restrictions will last approximately 3 months.
Donors are still able to pull over to drop off donations - just be sure to leave your hazards on while you bring your donations inside!
If you need to park for more than a few minutes, there are 2-hour parking spaces down the street from Circle of Hope and a parking lot next to the library on Highland Avenue.
Circle of Hope's February newsletter is here! Click here to read about our upcoming spring fundraiser, HOPE Blooms, the wonderful community collection drives that have taken place over the past month, and an important update about an upcoming parking restriction.
Happy New Year! We had a busy, wonderful month at Circle of Hope. In our January newsletter, you can read about the latest clothing drives, emergency deliveries, and other exciting news. To read our latest newsletter, click here.
Circle of Hope's Annual Campaign has launched! Your contribution supports our Emergency Response Program and other crucial components of our work on behalf of homeless children and adults. Read more about the impact your donation will have on homeless individuals and families, including survivors of domestic violence like Dalia and Nadia:
Please consider donating by December 31, 2017. To contribute to Circle of Hope's Annual Campaign and support survivors like Dalia, Nadia and other homeless individuals and families, click here.
Circle of Hope's December newsletter is out! Click here to read about our Annual Appeal, all of the amazingly generous donations we have received this month, and Circle of Hope's emergency response to BHCHP's request for winter coats.
Homeless teens and men need your help! Our partner, Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program (BHCHP), is urgently in need of men's winter coats for their patients. Additionally, families impacted by Hurricane Maria are arriving in Boston from Puerto Rico with no winter essentials. Teenagers at the Bowdoin-Geneva Teen Center need winter coats, boots, and accessories to help get them through winter in New England.
Please help the homeless teens and men we serve by donating men's winter coats, boots, hats, and gloves as soon as possible!
Bring your donations to Circle of Hope at 65 Rosemary Street in Needham during our drop-off hours, which are listed here. Label your donation "Go-To Crew" and tell the volunteer greeter at the door.
If you are interested in signing up to receive Go-To Crew emails, please email Carolyn at Carolyn@circleofhopeonline.org.