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Get together with the Innbassadors at their summer event for emerging leaders.
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In The News
More than 1,000 walk to fight homelessness in Boston February 13, 2019 | All of the event’s proceeds will go to the Winter Walk’s community partners: Boston Health Care for the Homeless, Brookview House, Pine Street Inn, Y2Y Harvard Square, and Boston Medical Center.
Spikes are not a solution to homelessness February 5, 2019 | Spikes installed under a bridge send a clear message to those who have no home that they are not wanted. Spikes are not a solution, serving only to drive vulnerable people to another desolate location as they do their best to survive. What are the solutions?
With Government Open, Boston's Pine Street Inn Plans And Prioritizes January 28, 2019 | The 35-day federal government shutdown left organizations that rely on federal funding with the prospect of running out of funds, including Boston's Pine Street Inn, a homeless services provider that helps homeless people in Boston move from the streets into shelters, and from shelters into affordable housing.
The president of the Pine Street Inn, Lyndia Downie, joined Weekend Edition to discuss how the organization is approaching this three-week grace period.
Boston Sunday Review: Lyndia Downie January 27, 2019 | The President and Exective Director of the Pine Street Inn takes a look at New England's largest resource for homeless men and women and the struggles faced by homeless individuals and the programs that lead to re-housing and independence.
Windchills will be below zero into Tuesday morning January 21, 2019 | Shelters in Boston are working overtime to bring homeless people indoors for at least one night.
“In this kind of weather, we can sometimes coax those who stay outside to come indoors,” Barbara Trevisan, a spokeswoman for Pine Street Inn, said.