Home Remedy

A Breakfast to Benefit Pine Street Inn

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

7:15 AM 
Westin Copley Place

Pine Street Inn’s Home Remedy fundraising breakfast brings together Greater Boston’s corporate and philanthropic leaders. Thanks to dedicated partners like you, funds raised through this breakfast will assist close to 1,500 men and women daily, who turn to Pine Street for help in rebuilding their lives.

Your generosity makes it possible for us to provide critical services, including emergency shelter, street outreach, job training and permanent housing, to the most vulnerable men and women in our community. With more than 850 tenants currently in Pine Street’s housing, our goal is to move people off the street, out of shelter and into the safety and stability of a home.

As you consider your charitable giving, we hope you will join an impressive list of corporations and individuals in supporting Pine Street’s work to end homelessness in Boston. Thank you for your generosity and partnership.


For questions about your event sponsorship, please contact Scottie Wait.

Thank you to our Home Remedy 2021 sponsors

Presenting Sponsors



Silver Sponsors







Bronze Sponsors





Welcome Home Partners

Opening Doors

The Boston Foundation
Boston Medical Center
Boston Medical Center HealthNet Plan Senior Care Options
Brighton Marine, Inc.
Brown & Brown of Massachusetts
Cabot Risk Strategies
C³ - Commercial Construction Consulting, Inc. Gordon Brothers
H. John Heinz Family Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation

Jones Day
Jones Kelleher
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Knollmeyer Building Corporation
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Meehan, Boyle, Black & Bogdanow, P.C.
Morgan, Brown & Joy
Plymouth Rock Assurance Foundation
Public Consulting Group

Rue Gilt Groupe
SoClean Cleaning Company
The Strategy Group / Susan Tracy
Robert A. Stringer
Sysco Boston, LLC
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Tufts Health Plan
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of MA
MaryEllen Walsh
Pamela Ward and Edward Collins
Webster Bank

Table Hosts

Gaye and Alex Bok
John J. Carroll, Jr.
Lorn Davis and Tamar Garabedian-Davis
Thomas Glynn and Marylou Batt
Holy Family Parish / Rev. John Currie
Amber Kagan

Msgr. Francis H. Kelley
Karen Lieberman-Daly and Suzanne L. Weber

Amy and Ted Madden
David W. Manzo
Jeffrey L. Musman, Esq.
Matthew and Laurie Nee
Bob and Pat O'Neill
Ellen and Dan Pedro
Susan Siebert and Bart Mitchell
Margaret Stapleton