In communities across the country, women cannot afford monthly feminine product necessities. Women are left with limited options for personal hygiene.
Jenny McBride raised $1,831 to help fight hunger at The Ride for Food. She was successful in her fundraising due to offering tickets to see Hamilton.
We are excited to announce that Women’s Lunch Place received a GuideStar Platinum rating, the highest level of recognition offered by GuideStar.
Healthy Moves at Women's Lunch Place: Jenny Leopold has been a WLP volunteer since 2015. Jenny teaches yoga classes for the guests at Women’s Lunch Place.
The staff of Women’s Lunch Place celebrated two of our own, Hannah and Kyle, as they embark on new and creative career paths! WLP will miss you– good luck!
Amazon’s biggest sale of the year, Prime Day, is on July 17. We are grateful to Amazon for making it easy for shoppers to support Women’s Lunch Place!
Thank you Novartis for volunteering with Women's Lunch Place on Community Partnership Day! We had 31 volunteers serve for 68 hours and serve 300 meals.
Bank of America granted WLP $25,000 to continue their mission of empowering women experiencing homelessness or poverty in the Greater Boston area.
Women’s Lunch Place of Boston was recognized and honored with the Berklee Urban Service Award (BUSA) from Berklee College of Music.
Thank you to the Real Estate Bar Association and its Women's Networking Section for organizing A Night at Women's Lunch Place and raising over $20,000.
MassDOT Community Recognition Award: In March, Women’s Lunch Place received the 2018 National Women’s History Month Community Recognition Award.
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