Layer On the L

Participate in our Virtual Drive to provide bundles of winter essentials to some of our most vulnerable community members experiencing homelessness.

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Layer On the Love (Steps) (1)

Local Nonprofit Beneficiaries Serving Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

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Learn about winter bundle recipients

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Maceo ~ Bridge Over Troubled Waters Bridge_600x-removebg-preview

When Maceo first connected with Bridge, he had recently left foster care and Bridge helped him reconnect with his birth mother. 

After Maceo’s mom tragically passed away, he came back to Bridge seeking a support system. Despite his recent loss, Maceo is now more committed than ever to building the life he wants.

He recently passed one of his high school equivalency test and is making progress towards his certificate. 

Zonie ~ Pine Street Inn Pine_St_Inn-removebg-preview

“Before I became homeless, I was a mortgage loan officer with one of the big banks. I started to have seizures, so I came to Boston to be with my daughter and for medical procedures. I ended up in an overcrowded living situation, and wound up becoming homeless about six months ago"

Zonie is hoping to return to work as soon as possible. Prior to the COVID-19 Pandemic, she was hoping to open an assisted living facility with a friend. In the interim, she is continuing to learn from Pine Street's operations in order to refine her future plans.

Nestor~ Hearth   welcome_logo_hearth_logo_2010_tagline-removebg-preview

Nestor, one of Hearth’s kindest residents, has been happily housed at Hearth for four years. Medical issues brought Nestor to Boston from New York and once he recovered, he faced homelessness.

He lived at a YMCA shelter for two years, feverishly searching for an affordable home. In 2016, Nestor finally found his safe and secure home at Hearth. Now Nestor’s goal is to give back; he is volunteering, working at Walgreens, and is always helping neighbors and staff around the building.