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Junior League of Boston
117 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
The Junior League of Boston (JL Boston) is a group of accomplished women dedicated to educating other young women aboutMore the social needs and problems within the greater Boston community. Members join in the spring and donate their time to help educate young women in the hopes of making the community a better one. JL Boston is strictly an educational and charitable non-profit organization.
The College Club of Boston
44 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02116
Located in Boston, The College Club of Boston is a private women's membership organization which dedicates itself toMore educational philanthropy, providing scholarship opportunities and offering companionship and sociability. The College Club of Boston additionally hosts events such as book clubs, fashion shows, art exhibits, afternoon teas, concerts and more. For information on membership, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
Boston Spotlite
304 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02115
Boston Spotlite is a guide for the city of Boston, offering information on all area neighborhoods and restaurants asMore well as local entertainment, shopping and accommodations. The organization also offers concierge services and function planning for large groups.
Boston Athletic Association
40 Trinity Pl, Boston, MA 02116
This non-profit organization is one of the oldest athletic clubs in the U.S. and is well-known for organizingMore the world-famous annual Boston Marathon. With the help of local sponsors like John Hancock Financial Services, the Boston Athletic Association (BAA) provides community programming for the city of Boston. It teams up with area schools and other non-profits to encourage public fitness and promote healthy lifestyles. Other BAA events include the Boston Half-Marathon, the Jimmy Fund Walk and the annual Mayor's Cup Race. 
German-American Business Council of Boston
170 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02116
An organization devoted to strengthening cultural and professional ties between Germany and the New England area, theMore German-American Business Council of Boston offers members a full slate of networking and social events. With the world rapidly shrinking as people collaborate worldwide, there's no better time to build bridges between the U.S. and Western Europe's commercial center. 
S.W.A.N. Society In Boston
581 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
The S.W.A.N. Society assists only single, female senior citizens at the age of 65 and older with medical needs that areMore not covered by insurance and living expenses such as rent and heat. It is a non-profit organization that is run solely on the generosity of the public where 100% of donations go straight to the senior women in Boston who need it the most.
Saint Cecilia Church
18 Belvidere St, Boston, MA 02115
Saint Cecilia Church is a religious organization located on Belvidere Street in Boston. The church holds multiple prayerMore services on Sundays and also offers worship services during the week. The organization has music programs, choir programs, religious education programs and more. The church is very involved with the community and hosts numerous events throughout the year.
The Hundred Club of Massachusetts
17 Gloucester St, Boston, MA 02115
The Hundred Club of Massachusetts is a Boston-based charitable organization. It offers financial and emotional supportMore to the families of fallen police officers and firefighters. Scholarship opportunities for family members are available. Call this organization with any questions, comments or concerns and to request services.
Boston Youth Organizing Project
565 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
The Boston-area Youth Organizing Project is a nonprofit group supporting youth-led campaigns for social causes. MembersMore of the BYOP are between the ages of 12 and 18 and are elected by their peers to organize projects centered on issues concerning young people. Projects are adult-supported but entirely organized by the young elected members. The BYOP recently had success extending curfew hours for the MBTA student passes and is now continuing a campaign for public transportation improvements such as running more buses and making a youth pass available for non-students. BYOP also partners with Alliance for Educational Justice and the Save Our Schools program in a campaign to get a higher percentage of public funds allotted to education. It is also currently working on establishing a scholarship program for its members.  
Pilgrim Realty Group
45 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Founded by Francine Pilgrim, Pilgrim Realty Group prides itself on personalized service for its Boston-area clients.More Located on Newbury Street at the west end of Boston Common, Pilgrim offers LINK and MLS listings, relocation counseling and a variety of other services to connect sellers to the right buyers. It organizes open houses for the public as well as brokers-only engagements. For rental brokers, Pilgrim primarily deals with no-fee apartments and will happily arrange a convenient viewing schedule. 
Lois L. Lindauer Searches
437 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
Launched in 1997, Lois L. Lindauer Searches is a national recruitment company. Originally serving non-profits in theMore Boston area, the company now works with dozens of colleges, universities, medical centers and arts organizations around the country to place fundraising experts. Visit the website for more information.
The History Project
29 Stanhope St, Boston, MA 02116
The History Project is a nonprofit organization that works to gather and preserve any kind of documents thatMore encompasses, portrays or shows the lives and the struggles in the LGBT community. That includes anything from documentaries/movies to articles and essays. The History Project also helps document the annual Boston Gay Pride parade and events every year.
Grace Fey Advisors
17 Arlington St, Boston, MA 02116
Grace Fey Advisors is a management and consulting company based in Boston. This company specializes in advisingMore corporate and non-profit organizations. Please call with questions, comments, concerns and to schedule an appointment.
The Ayer Mansion
395 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215
The Ayer Mansion is a historical site located on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston. Originally built for businessman and artMore collector Frederick Ayer, the location was named a National Historic Landmark in 2005. The mansion is beautifully designed, with stone and glass mosaics, custom furniture, intricate plaster work and sophisticated stained glass windows. The non-profit organization, the Campaign for the Ayer Mansion, has worked to restore and preserve the site, which is open 12 days a year and by appointment. The house is also regularly open for lectures and other events. To donate to the organization, check the website for details.
Disability Law Center of Massachusetts
11 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108

With offices in Boston and Northampton, the Disability Law Center of Massachusetts is a non-profit organization thatMore offers Protection and Advocacy services for residents of Massachusetts with disabilities.

The organization provides legal services and technical, referral and legal representation for disabled individuals. Problems assisted by the organization include disability benefits, special education, health care, community services and rights and conditions in facilities. You may visit The Disability Law Center's website for more information about this organization and its services and call with any questions, comments and concerns. Se habla Español.

American Islamic Congress (AIC)
38 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
American Islamic Congress is an independent and non-profit organization that works to build interethnic and inter faithMore understanding in the public. This AIC office location features a cultural center that is home to events for the organization. 
Eliot Community Human Services - Boston Outreach Office
15 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Eliot Community Human Services is a private, non-profit organization that provides human services for people of allMore ages. The organization has offices throughout Massachusetts. Services offered include elder services, homeless outreach, adult mental health, outpatient services, programs for youths, developmental disabilities and services for children, adolescents, families and the elderly. The center offers a toll free 24/7 psychiatric emergency hotline. Visit Eliot Community Human Services' website for more information about the organization, the services offered and employment opportunities with Eliot.
Friends of Copley Square
47 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116
Friends of Copley Square is a non-profit organization that works to care for Copley Square and the area's buildings,More plant areas, fountains, monuments and statues. The organization holds numerous events, including fundraisers, Farmers Markets, auctions and other activities to help raise money and keep the Square in prime shape for the community. All major credit cards and PayPal are accepted for donations. Visit the website for more information, including pictures of the Square and a history of the area and organization.
First Lutheran Church of Boston
299 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116

This large congregation has a number of members who drive from out-of-state to attend services each Sunday. As theMore only Boston-based Missouri Synod Lutheran church, it also attracts college students, especially those from the Midwest, and offers a number of youth programs and service projects for its young population. Bible studies are Sunday mornings and Monday evenings, and students have partnered with organizations like the Charles River Clean-up and Project Bread.

The church also offers Brazilian worship services for its Portuguese-speaking community, and the Blind Ministry supports two local outreach programs: Boston Light of the World and Lutheran Braille Workers.

Music is an important part of the congregation, and Balint Karosi, a native of Hungary, leads a traditional organ-based program during services and concert series.

The church itself was built in 1956 by Pietro Belluschi, who designed a modern building that would fit in with the historical character of Back Bay. Visitors enter the church through a gateway and private courtyard, which leads to the warm, wood-paneled sanctuary.

Poor People's United Fund
645 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116

The Poor People's United Fund acts as a voice for poor and homeless people, and counters many of the misconceptionsMore about their social and financial situations. The nonprofit provides funding to a wide range of Boston-based grassroots organizations, as well as limited individual assistance like food vouchers for single mothers or bus fare for people visiting a loved one in need.


Cloud Place
647 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
This non-profit organization provides an after-school program for urban youths attending Boston public high schools, inMore the areas of arts, media and sciences. The Cloud Foundation, which provides grants for non-profits that support arts programming for urban teens, started Cloud Place, which offers students an avenue of expression through art, which the founders, David and Aurelie Edwards, believe grow into an interest in science. Call or visit the website for more information.
69 Church St, Boston, MA 02116
Erbaluce is an elegant Italian-style restaurant located in Boston's Back Bay. The restaurant offers an extensive wineMore list and a menu filled with all types of fish, seafood, poultry and other types of dishes. Some specialty items include rosemary cured organic salmon, Ciccatelle pasta, crab, steak, white bean dip, papardelle with porcini mushrooms, and dark chocolate and hazelnut truffle. The restaurant offers private rooms for parties and other events by request. Call the number provided or email the restaurant through its website to place a reservation.
Wired Puppy
250 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116

In 2010, Wired Puppy was recognized by Boston Magazine as our city's best coffeehouse (Best of BostonMore 2010), and rightly so. It has fair-trade certified organic international teas and coffees, perfectly brewed, and superb muffins that are freshly baked in-house. The name belies the quiet coziness of the garden-level interior, with a stone, mosaic-style floor, high arches, and exposed brick throughout. The bathroom here is immaculate, and free access is available to the cafe's single desktop computer. 

Customers sit on colorful stools around tables or the long, gleaming black counter -- a fantastic place to get work done or meet a date.  There is also copious outdoor seating, with quirky lights strung amongst the wrought-iron tables and chairs.