When Rosie's Place first opened its doors in 1974, the organization was run entirely by volunteers. Today, volunteers contribute nearly 60,000 hours annually, the equivalent of 30 full-time employees.
Volunteer to serve meals, work in our food pantry, teach a class or connect with women in the community. Learn more.
We offer opportunities in Boston for work teams, school and faith-based groups, friends, families and community organizations. Learn more.
Support Rosie’s Place by becoming a part of our young professionals group. Learn more.
College students gain work experience in a variety of areas. Learn more.
Students in the Social Justice Institute at Rosie’s Place earn community service hours and learn more about social justice issues while providing much-needed volunteer service to the poor and homeless women at Rosie’s Place. Learn more.
Organize a drive or an event to benefit Rosie’s Place. Learn more.