Circle of Hope Receives $12,000 Grant from the MAXIMUS Foundation

COH Board Member Sarah Hart and her mother, Sue, packaging clothing for two families who lost everything in a recent house fire

COH Board Member Sarah Hart and her mother, Sue, packaging clothing for two families who lost everything in a recent house fire

We are very pleased to announce that Circle of Hope has received a $12,000 grant from the MAXIMUS Foundation to support our shelter deliveries, general operations, and Emergency Response Program. With these funds, we have already helped two homeless families who lost everything in a house fire and we will be able to help many more families recover from trauma in the coming year.

“In recognition of the many contributions they have made to their community, the MAXIMUS Foundation is pleased to award a grant to Circle of Hope,” said MAXIMUS Foundation Chairman John Boyer. “We are delighted to present this award to such an exemplary organization whose work reflects our shared values – partnering with people in disadvantaged communities so they build better lives for themselves, their children, and their neighbors. I thank Circle of Hope for its commitment to enriching the lives of those it serves.”

We are very grateful to the MAXIMUS Foundation for helping Circle of Hope protect the health and dignity of homeless individuals and families in Greater Boston.

Read more about Circle of Hope’s exciting new grant in Hometown Weekly.