Rosie’s Place, a sanctuary for poor and homeless women, offers emergency and long-term assistance to women who have nowhere else to turn. Founded in 1974, Rosie’s Place welcomes each guest with respect and unconditional love. Rosie’s Place accepts no government funds, and relies instead on committed volunteers and private supporters to accomplish its effective and innovative work.
Rosie’s Place, in partnership with the Boston Art Commission, has announced the selection of a conceptual design for a permanent commemorative installation to honor social justice activist and Rosie’s Place founder Kip Tiernan.
The WCC of Rosie's Place, in existence since 1996, provides paid part-timework to dozens of Rosie's Place guests, who create one-of-a-kind jewelry and accessories from vintage buttons and Czech glass beads. WCC products make great gifts, don't forget to check out the sale items!