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We Sing: Boston                                                                   

The Boston Children’s Chorus, in partnership with the Friends of the Public Garden, will host "We Sing: Boston" - a summer series of community singing events in parks throughout the area.

 “We Sing: Boston” invites community members of all ages and skill levels to join in singing, games, prizes and socializing (following COVID guidelines) from 2 to 3:30 p.m. as follows:

– Saturday, July 31: We Sing: Mattapan – Hunt-Almont Park, 40 Almont S.

– Sunday, Aug. 1: We Sing: Roxbury – Clifford Playground, 160 Norfolk Ave.

– Saturday, Aug. 7: We Sing: Chelsea – 8 Clark Ave. 

– Sunday, Aug. 8: We Sing: Dorchester – Town Field, 1545 Dorchester Ave.

– Saturday, Aug. 14: We Sing: Mattapan – Harambee Park, 930 Blue Hill Ave.

– Sunday, Aug. 15: We Sing: Chinatown – Chin Park on The Greenway, Surface Road and Beach Street

This summer series will culminate with a special, city-wide event on the Boston Common in September.

Visit www.bostonchildrenschorus.org/our-programs/we-sing for more information and a link to register for each of the events.

Closing Celebration Wen-hao Tien: ‘Home on Our Backs’

Enjoy a family-friendly afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 31 at the Pao Arts Center, 99 Albany St. as it says goodbye to the “Home on Our Backs” exhibit. Meet Wen-hao and enjoy some hands-on-exhibition inspired activities. 

Visit www.paoartscenter.org/events/2021/closinghomeonourbacks for more information.

Boston Children Museum Summer of Play                                              

Join the Boston Children Museum for a summer of fun, making, creating, playing and learning. Some activities will be held at the Museum (both inside and outside) while others are available to do at home.

Summer of Play Highlights include:

– Special Paint Extravaganza through Thursday, Aug. 1

Play with paint. Throw it, splatter it, roll in it, drum with it. Let your inner artist out as you play with paint in all different ways.

– Cardboard-Palooza from Friday, Aug. 11 through Tuesday, Aug. 22

The possibilities are endless when you play with cardboard and paper. Create a new world, add to the world’s longest chain, and more.

– Hands-on creating and making (Shadow Puppets, Stamp-making, and Spider Web)

– Outdoor programs under the tent (Make Mini Golf, Soundscapes, Mini River)

– Special STEAM and Art Lab activities

Remember to keep a journal or memory book of how you played during the Summer of 2021.

The Museum is open from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays through Sundays. Advanced registration and ticketing required.

Visit https://bostonchildrensmuseum.org/summerofplay for more information.

Free August Adventures with Highland Street Foundation

The Highland Street Foundation will partner with special Massachusetts cultural institutions to provide one free activity each day for 31 days in August. Here is a list of the Boston venues:

Aug. 1: Commonwealth Shakespeare Company

Aug. 10: The Greenway Carousel

Aug. 12: Museum of African American History

Aug. 17: Institute of Contemporary Art/ ICA Boston

Aug. 18: Boston Children's Museum

Aug. 28: Out of the Park, Boston Red Sox & City of Boston

Aug. 31: John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

For safety reasons, many of the participating venues have limited capacity and are requiring advanced registration.

Available spots are distributed on a first come, first served basis.

Visit www.highlandstreet.org/programs/community-events/august-adventures for a downloadable August Adventures calendar, links to the venues and more information.

Art. Action. Auction.

Skinner Auctioneers will host an auction to benefit Artists for Humanity (AFH​) through Tuesday, Aug. 3.

The diverse donations on offer will include artwork, objects and services given or made by Skinner employees, friends of Skinner, generous members and supporters of AFH, and AFH alumni.

Many of the Skinner-donated items signify the contributor’s path in the arts and auction worlds. Highlights include fine woodworking, paintings, prints, photography, studio pottery, and Modernist and Victorian jewelry.

Other items include a Wedgwood abolitionist medallion, a quilt by artist Clara Wainwright and a Bob Tomolillo engraving of the original Boston Massacre print reimagined to include Crispus Attucks, made exclusively with Artists for Humanity.

Artists for Humanity provides under-resourced teens the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in art and design.

Visit http://greatestpartyonearth.com for more information and participation.

Chicago Music Tour

Chicago has been at the crossroads of American Music for over a century. Join HI USA from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 3 for an exploration and tour of the city as they cover the three major origins for its musical influences: Blues, Jazz and Gospel music.

See, hear and learn about:

– The Jazz Age of the 1920s and how Chicago influenced the development of Louis Armstrong and helped to catapult him into stardom as one of the revolutionaries of Chicago Jazz and Swing

– Thomas A. Dorsey turning from Blues to Spiritual Music which creates the foundation for Chicago Gospel

– Modern Chicago Blues after WWll, with a special focus on Muddy Waters and the age of amplification which quickly evolved into Rock 'N Roll with Chuck Berry in the mid-1950s

– The evolution of Gospel to Soul with such artists as Sam Cooke

– Musical technologists/DJs advancing Disco to House Music in the 1980s with Frankie Knuckles as the ordained Godfather

– How American music evolves with Hip Hop, and Rap becomes mainstream in 2000 with such Chicago artists as Kanye West

Visit www.eventbrite.com/e/chicago-music-tour-registration-158416464911 for more information and registration.

Schooze Cruise benefit

The 18th annual Schooze Cruise to benefit St. Francis House will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 4.

Generous supporters will set sail around the Boston Harbor to raise funds, collect shoe-wear and spread the word about St. Francis House’s work to rebuild lives by providing refuge, readiness and recovery services to adults experiencing homelessness in Boston.

Get your early-bird tickets now to attend a great night of entertainment, raffles, food and more at https://stfrancishouse.org/events/event/cruise.

Shop tour with Nathalie Miebach

Take a virtual tour of Spiders & Birds, a brand-new Boston-based design lighting store run by CraftBoston Artist Nathalie Miebach. Go behind the scenes to learn more about the story behind Spiders & Birds, Nathalie’s craft transition during the pandemic, and the inspiration for her colorful woven lamps.

Join Society of Arts + Crafts live on Instagram from noon to 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 4.

Visit www.eventbrite.com/e/shop-tour-with-nathalie-miebach-tickets-160256789371 for more information and registration.

Birds of Prey                                    

Join a Mass Audubon bird specialist from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 6 for a close-up look at live owls, falcons and other birds who call New England home.

Meet live animals and learn about their habitats, hunting techniques and more during a fascinating presentation at Boston Harbor Islands Welcome Center, 191 W. Atlantic Ave.

Visit www.bostonharborislands.org/calendar for more information.

Berklee Summer in The City: Alex Maes & the Connection                              

Alex Maes & the Connection is a Boston-based nu-funk band that has been together since 2019. They play catchy original material that Maes composes and also cover popular songs in their funk-jazz style. With Francisco Morales on drums, Warren Pettey on keys, Kevin Barber on bass, Flynn Tanner on guitar and Maes on vocals, Alex Maes & the Connection is impossible to ignore with the band's infectious grooves and contagious arrangements.

Alex Maes & the Connection will perform at noon on Friday, Aug. 6 at City Hall Plaza as part of the Summer in the City concert series.

Visit https://college.berklee.edu/events/summer/alex-maes-the-connection for more information.

Eat Local Month - Tour of Eastie Farm                                        

Join the Sustainable Business Network on a tour of Eastie Farms, 294 Sumner St. in East Boston from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7 as part of Eat Local Month campaign.

Eastie Farm is dedicated to pursuing climate justice, improving food access, and fostering community resilience through the development of interactive urban agricultural spaces and environmental education programs in which residents of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to learn and take part in the production of healthy, locally-grown and culturally relevant foods.

Ticket proceeds will go towards Eastie Farms and the Sustainable Business Network.

Donations to the Mutual Aid Fund, which helps East Boston individuals and families with financial hardship, are also welcome.

Visit www.eventbrite.com/e/eat-local-month-tour-of-eastie-farm-tickets-160629799053 for more information and reservations ($5).

Lyric Stage To-Go: ‘The Walking Plays’ Series 2            

In this new series, three intertwining stories unfold along the Greenway from the Chinatown Gate to the North End.

Visit www.lyricstage.com/to-go/walking-plays for more information and access to the plays.

Boston Harbor Hotel: Summer in The City series

The Boston Harbor Hotel’s 22nd annual Summer in the City Entertainment Series will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. on select nights through Thursday, Aug. 26.

As the sun sets, the harbor will come alive with different bands performing nightly on the hotel’s floating barge stage. With each night sporting a different theme including Pop Soul Tuesdays, Rat Pack Wednesdays and Blues Thursdays, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Relax on the Harborwalk Terrace to enjoy this summer’s complimentary lineup or dine at Rowes Wharf Sea Grille during one of Boston’s most anticipated summer traditions.

Visit www.bostonharborhotel.com/experiences/summer-in-the-city for more information, including the schedule.

MassHire Career Center

The MassHire Downtown Boston Career Center, 75 Federal St. is currently offering all services, including webinars, coaching and employment services, by appointment only, both virtually and in person.

Visit https://masshiredowntownboston.org for more information.

From Art to Alliums: A Tour of The Greenway                                      

Explore The Greenway with a free walking tour of this contemporary public park in the heart of Boston.

During the tour, people will learn about the Greenway Conservancy’s Public Art Program, including seeing the current installations by Daniel Gordon and Andy Li and hearing about the motivations behind their work. People will also find out a little more about their garden design and favorite plants, and dive into the exciting history of the urban oasis. 

Tours run at 5 p.m. on Thursdays and at noon on Fridays, last approximately an hour, and cover approximately half of The Greenway (from Chinatown to the Wharf District). 

Tours start at the Chinatown Gate at Auntie Kay & Uncle Frank Chin Park on The Greenway and are led by Greenway Conservancy volunteers.

Visit www.rosekennedygreenway.org/events for more information.

The Greenway Carousel open and accessible                                                                                

The Greenway Carousel at The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Grove will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Take a spin on an animal native to Boston: lobster, cod, fox, squirrel, grasshopper, peregrine falcon, turtle, butterfly, skunk, oarfish, whale, rabbit, owl and harbor seal. There is also a wheelchair accessible spot.

The Greenway Carousel participates in the EBT Card to Culture program; present your EBT card for up to 4 free rides.

The Greenway Carousel Coloring Books are also available for purchase online.

Visit www.rosekennedygreenway.org/carousel for more information and tickets.

Explore Boston Harbor: A Waterfront-wide Scavenger Hunt       

Boston Harbor Now and partners will host “Explore Boston Harbor” scavenger hunts in six locations around the Waterfront: George’s Island, Spectacle Island, Charlestown, Downtown Boston, East Boston and South Boston through Monday, Sept. 6.

Each hunt has been carefully crafted to reflect the unique history and culture of the area and includes multiple choice, short-answer, and open-ended questions, as well as photo submissions. Participants can play by themselves or as a team and experience the harbor in a completely new way.

To play, visit https://edventurebuilder.com/BHN, select your hunt. Participate as much or as little as desired.

Critical Shortage - Donate blood to ARC                                                 

Help save a life by donating blood with the American Red Cross. Every blood donation will be complimentary tested for the coronavirus antibody.

Give blood at the Boston Blood Donation Center, 274 Tremont St. The Center is open from 7 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. – time slots vary by day.

Sign up at www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/find-drive or phone 1-800­-RED CROSS (1-800­-733-2767).

BCYF summer programs and classes                                            

Arts and computer activities, recreational programs, virtual field trips and workshops will be among the many options that will be offered both remotely and in person at BCYF community centers across Boston.

Visit www.boston.gov/departments/boston-centers-youth-families for more information and registration.

Boston By Foot tours and Architectural Cruises resume

Boston By Foot has resumed their in-person public walking tours as well as the popular 

Architecture Cruises, presented in partnership with the Charles Riverboat Company.

Visit www.bostonbyfoot.org for more information, including a full schedule and list of tours/prices.

2021 Greenway Fitness Season                                          

A variety of fitness classes will be offered throughout the week at various spots along the Greenway. All classes will require pre-registration.  

Visit rosekennedygreenway.org for a schedule and links to register.

Seaport Sweat online/onsite                                                             

Seaport Sweat will offer classes at various times throughout the week through Friday, Oct. 29.

Join in-person on Seaport Common or at @seaportbos on IG Live.

All classes are free and all levels of fitness are welcome.

Visit www.bostonseaport.xyz/seaport-sweat to view the schedule and sign up for the classes.

Virtual YMCA                                                                     

Go anytime, anywhere with an all-access pass to health and fitness from the YMCA of Greater Boston which includes access to all YMCAs across the Commonwealth. 

Get the full YMCA GO experience for free.

Go to ymcago.org for more information and registration.

Bike Seaport: Weekly check-ups                                                                            

Calling all city bikers. The Seaport TMA has teamed up with Amazon and Landry’s Bicycles to offer complimentary bike check-ups.

Join them from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesdays on Seaport Common and enjoy treats from local businesses to thank you for commuting sustainably.

Registration is required at http://seaporttma.org/bikecheckup.

Arts and Culture Open Exchange

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council's Arts & Culture Department is holding a monthly Arts & Culture Open Exchange from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on the third Wednesday of each month through Dec. 15.

This is a new opportunity to virtually connect with others in Greater Boston interested in art, culture, placemaking and art-centered engagement.

Register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIufuuorjopGNbR3La3l_tzPCIxDgK3aFiO.

MA: Climate Action Call

Make a difference for the climate by taking action at the statewide Climate Action Call – at noon on the third Thursday of each month. Join Mothers Out Front for this 45-minute online “actionar” to learn about a specific climate issue and take focused and impactful action together.

People don’t have to be experts to advocate for just solutions to the climate crisis. At these events, seasoned volunteers will provide the background information and clear instructions for actions you can take with others during the call.

Visit www.mothersoutfront.org/events/ma-action-call-2021071 for more information and registration.

Greenway Play Sessions

The Greenway Play Sessions will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursdays through October in Auntie Kay and Uncle Frank Chin Park on The Greenway in Chinatown.

The free play sessions will feature books and games and other fun by the Greenway PlayCubes.

Visit www.rosekennedygreenway.org/events for more information.

Harborwalk Sounds: Berklee College of Music at the ICA

A summer classic returns with the sounds of some of Berklee College of Music’s outstanding musicians performing on the waterfront. 

Harborwalk Sounds will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays through Aug. 26 and is free with a ticket to Free Thursday Nights, available at icaboston.org/tickets at 10 a.m. the morning of the event. Harborwalk sounds will also stream on Vimeo from 6 to 7 p.m.

Parks Fitness: Tai Chi with Joseph

Tai Chi with Joseph will be held from 7 to 8 a.m. on Thursdays through Sept. 30 at

Elliot Norton Park, 295 Tremont St.

Visit boston.gov/events for more information.

ICA Summer Sessions                                                                                             

Join ICA on the waterfront from 5 to 9 p.m. on Fridays through Aug. 27 for an evening of contemporary art, live music and breathtaking views.

Explore the galleries, shop at Virgil Abloh’s pop-up “Church & State,” the ICA Store, and kick back on the harbor with cocktails and live musical performances.  

Access to Summer Sessions is included with regular museum admission and free for ICA members. Timed ticket entry is required.

Summer Sessions welcome people of all ages. 

Visit www.icaboston.org/events/ica-summer-sessions#all-dates for more information, including a list of performers, and reservations.

Chinatown Farmers Market

The Chinatown Farmers Market will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 31, Aug. 7, Aug, 21, Sept. 4 and Sept. 18 at Auntie Kay & Uncle Frank Chin Park on The Greenway.

This outdoor market will feature local vendors offering fresh produce, Chinese vegetables, bakery items, and fresh seafood.

This market is produced by Chinatown Main Street in collaboration with the City of Boston Food Access Program. Boston residents receiving unemployment benefits can quality for a Chinatown Farmers Market coupon booklet worth $75. 

Visit www.chinatownmainstreet.org for more information.

Seaport Farmers Market

The Seaport Farmers Market (at Sea Green Park, 21 Stillings St. near Boston Wharf Road) will be open from noon to 6 p.m. on Thursdays through Oct. 28.

The Seaport Farmers Market accepts SNAP benefits.

Learn more at https://seaportfarmersmarket.org.

Shop AFH                                                                 

Artists for Humanity is a powerhouse of art and design – offering a fresh perspective from talented teen artists and designers. Each art work is a way to value the voice of young people.

Explore their online collections. Become inspired and transform your space.

Shop at https://artists-for-humanity.myshopify.com/collections/all.

CraftBoston: Fiber Stories

CraftBoston: Fiber Stories is an exploration of storytelling through fiber arts and fiber-inspired techniques in a variety of materials. Discover the diversity of this popular art form.

Shop fine handmade wares at the Society of Arts + Crafts store, explore artists’ profiles for direct access to their latest work, and get to know the people who make the treasures by participating in live events streamed straight from their studios through Sunday, Aug. 29 at https://societyofcrafts.org for more information.

Downtown Boston Arts Market

Browse, shop and enjoy Downtown Crossing (Summer Street Plaza) where numerous local vendors will be showcasing artisan products such as jewelry, woodcarvings, metal sculptures, clothing and more from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. through Friday, Oct. 29.

Learn more at www.downtownboston.org.

Boston Children’s Museum onsite/online                          

Boston Children’s Museum will be open on Wednesdays through Sundays and timed ticketing (purchased online) will be required for the two time slots: 9 a.m. to noon and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Virtual tours and a host of resources are also available online.

Visit bostonchildrensmuseum.org and/or follow their social media accounts for more information and reservations.

ICA onsite/online perks                               

– The Institute of Contemporary Art is open - advanced timed tickets. Face masks required if not fully vaccinated.

– When accompanied by kids, ages 12 and under, up to two adults per family are admitted free from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the last Saturday of every month (except December). 

– ICA is free for all visitors from 5 to 9 p.m. on Thursdays – Tickets available at 10 a.m.

– ICA is free for all visitors on select holidays

– Bank of America cardholders are eligible for one free admission ticket during the first full weekend of every month through Museums on Us

– ICA provides virtual programs and at-home art activities for kids and families, including Virtual First Fridays

– ICA online Store is open

Go to www.icaboston.org for more information.

ICA Watershed opening debut                                                       

The ICA Watershed, 256 Marginal St. will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays through Sundays through Monday, Sept. 6.

View the monumental commission by acclaimed artist Firelei Báez. In her largest installation to date, Báez reimagines the Watershed’s gallery space as the site of an ancient ruin, as though the sea had receded from the floor to reveal the archeology of human history in the Caribbean. An art project by artist Stephen Hamilton exploring traditional uses of indigo will occupy the Harbor Room. 

Visit www.icaboston.org/ica-watershed for more information.

Old State House and Old South Meeting House open                 

The Old State House and Old South Meeting House are open for general admission. One ticket grants entry to both sites.

Go to www.revolutionaryspaces.org for more information.

Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum onsite/online

The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum has opened for the season. It will also continue to hold virtual events year-round.

Visit bostonteapartyship.com for more information.

‘desert in’                                                      

Lost souls are found, love is rekindled and secrets are exposed at a mysterious motor lodge in the American West.

Commissioned and produced by Boston Lyric Opera, as well as produced in association with Long Beach Opera, desert in, a groundbreaking, new eight-part opera miniseries that reveals a supernatural story of love, loss and the price of memories, is available on BLO’s streaming service, operabox.tv.

Visit https://blo.org/desert-in for more information and registration ($30).

A 250-foot-long photo exhibition at Fan Pier

The Boston Camera Club invites the public to view 88 large-scale photographs displayed in a series at the intersection of Northern Avenue and Marina Park Drive at Fan Pier on the Public Green in Boston’s Seaport District. The Focused Eye: Our Unique Views will be on view through November.

For more information on club activities and membership, visit www.bostoncameraclub.org or connect with the BCC on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

‘Bedsheet Mitigations’ exhibition

"Bedsheet Mitigations" – art on discarded bedsheets – painted by Peter Schumann (Vermont-based Bread & Puppet Theater’s founder and artistic director) will be on view at the Midway Gallery, 15 Channel Center St. through Tuesday, Aug. 31.

Gallery hours: Daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Learn more at midwaygallery.org. 

Virgil Abloh ‘Figures of Speech’

Virgil Abloh: “Figures of Speech” is the first museum exhibition devoted to the work of the genre-bending artist and designer Virgil Abloh (b. 1980, Rockford, IL). Abloh pioneers a practice that cuts across media and connects visual artists, musicians, graphic designers, fashion designers, and architects.

The exhibition will be on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston (ICA) through Sept. 26. 

Visit icaboston.org for more information.

The Boston Cyclists Union                                                                          

The Boston Cyclists Union invites people to get involved and join a working group or committee.

– Volunteer working groups (Activist Group and Programming Group) meet monthly and play an important role in planning and organizing the Bike Union programs and campaigns. Participation in these groups offers a more active, “on-the-ground” influence than traditional volunteer opportunities.

– The three board committees (Development, Finance and Operations, and Governance) support the staff in long-term planning and strategy. Each committee meets monthly.

All meetings are open to all interested parties. Dates and locations along with other information can be found on their website at https://bostoncyclistsunion.org.

Free meals/food resource information                               

Boston Eats will provide free nutritious breakfast and lunch to city kids and youth – 18 years of age and under – through 2021. No ID or registration required.

Visit www.boston.gov/departments/food-access/boston-eats or phone 1-800-645-8333 for a list of meal locations. A list of food pantries and soup kitchens, along with other information is also included.

Visit foodpantries.org for a list of current food pantries, food closets, food banks, soup kitchens, congregate meal locations, food boxes, vouchers, etc.

Contact Project Bread’s Food Source Hotline at 800-645-8333 if you need additional food resources.

Neighbors in Need/Neighbors in Deed                   

There are times when we could all use a helping hand and other times when we could lend one, and that’s the underlying sentiment behind Neighbors in Need/Neighbors in Deed (NIN NID) – a program that connects St. Joseph’s parishioners with neighbors who could use a little assistance or just some cheering up.

If you are in need of anything – or are willing to assist them in outreach – please email office@stjosephboston.org or call the office at 617-523-4342 with your name, phone number, email and a list of items needed or availability to serve.

Help Support MANNA Community Program      

Although many other programs have closed during this pandemic, the feeding ministry of the MANNA Community at Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 138 Tremont St. has expanded its ministry to accommodate the growing number of people in need.

In addition to the Monday Lunch Program, they are now serving breakfast and giving out water on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays.

Serving these individually-packaged meals to a larger number of people in need comes at a greater expense to the church. Help keep this program alive by donating money to help purchase food and supplies.

Visit www.stpaulboston.org for more information.

Support Homeless Outreach Ministry and Engagement (H.O.M.E.)    

From 5:30 to 7:45 p.m. on Thursday nights and from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturdays, the Homeless Outreach Ministry and Engagement (H.O.M.E.) at Park Street Church prepares hot meals and packages of socks, underwear and toiletries for men and women and then distributes them outside their church to their vulnerable neighbors who live on the streets of Boston.

If you would like to volunteer or make a donation of money, food, toiletries, gift cards, or clothing or would like additional information on ways to make a difference, contact missions@parkstreet.org, email home@parkstreet.org or visit www.parkstreet.org.

St. Francis House

St. Francis House, 39 Boylston St. – the largest day shelter in Massachusetts – continues to welcome more than 500 poor and homeless men and women a day for emergency refuge services.

Here are ways you can help support the St. Francis House mission:

– Make a gift to the SFH COVID-19 Emergency Fund

–  Donate disposable masks, homemade masks, and materials for staff to make masks

– Support their basic services by purchasing clothing and toiletries for their guests through their Amazon Wishlist

Your gift has the power to rebuild lives; St. Francis House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization; all donations are tax deductible.

Visit stfrancishouse.org to learn more, including links to support their mission.