We have created a Winter Wish List on Amazon, making it quick and easy to donate winter essentials to Circle of Hope!
The gloves, hats, boots, and scarves on the list are vital to the health of homeless individuals this time of year. With the splitting of the polar vortex, we can expect more severe winter weather for the rest of the reason, leaving homeless individuals vulnerable to frostbite, hypothermia, and other illnesses.
Please help us protect homeless children, women, and men by donating items off the Winter Wish List today! Simply view the list, add items to your shopping cart, and proceed with checkout. When asked to select a shipping address, select Circle of Hope’s Gift Registry Address. The items will ship to COH and we will give them to the homeless individuals who need them. Thank you!
Earlier this month, Circle of Hope kicked off a new partnership with Boston Police Department District E-13 by making our first delivery of winter coats, hats, and mittens for 75 homeless infants and children in Jamaica Plain. We will continue making monthly deliveries to the station so that Community Service Officers can give our clothing to homeless families in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood.
It was a cold, rainy morning, but 150 people came to volunteer at Full Circle on Saturday, October 13th. Thank you to everyone who supported Full Circle this year! By attending the event with your kids, volunteering to set up or run a station, or sponsoring the event, you helped hundreds of homeless children, women, and men in Boston and Metro West get the essential items they need to stay healthy.
Click here to read Hometown Weekly’s coverage of the event.