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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.
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.
Christopher J. Hawes Color & Design Group
36 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Christopher J. Hawes Color & Design Group is half salon, half art gallery. Half of the revenue from all art salesMore are donated to charity. The salon promises relaxation, privacy and cutting-edge hair design technique. Hawes worked in New York and Los Angeles before relocating to Boston.
Audrey's Pet Supply & Services
296 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02115
Brittany Bang, founder and owner of Audrey's Pet Supply & Services, named the store after her late bulldog Audrey.More This is truly a family business, with Britanny's husband and mother providing invaluable help in the store. While the shop doesn't offer pet-grooming services, Audrey's does offer dog walking and cat-care house visits. They will also deliver dog food "pretty much 24/7."  Brittany and her family are very active in supporting the Animal Rescue League of Boston. They even stage adoption events at the store the last Saturday of every month. Around the time we visited, there were six cats up for adoption—and all of them left with a loving new owner. Audrey's also has a special "Animal Rescue League table."  If you purchase items from the table, the proceeds are donated to the animal rescue league.  Underneath the table, there's a basket with the League's "wish-list," so you can even donate to them directly.
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.
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.
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