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December 27, 2016 | SCN
Again this year our Rosie’s Place satellite office co-hosted a holiday party for families at Franklin Field. Read More
December 26, 2016 | Boston Globe
The Boston Globe spoke to two Rosie’s Place guests on Christmas, who described their hopes for a better year ahead — and gratitude for the help they have received. Read More
December 22, 2016 | Fox 25 News
FOX25 News featured a segment on our guest, Judi, who, after being homeless for years, spent this Christmas with her son in her own place. Read More
December 1, 2016 | Boston Metro
Berklee students use music therapy skills to help women at Rosie's Place communicate and share their stories through song. Read More
November 23, 2016 | NECN
Dozens of volunteers and workers spent days preparing a Thanksgiving feast for women and children at Rosie's Place in Boston. The homeless shelter is expected to serve about 400 meals. Read More
July 17, 2015
Rosie’s Place has awarded the 2015 Kip Tiernan Social Justice Fellowship to Theresa Okokon of Roslindale for a program she has developed to empower women survivors of trauma by providing Trauma-Informed Yoga classes in the Boston community.
June 5, 2015
Rosie's Place Executive Director Sue Marsh has been appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court to the third Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission.
May 1, 2015
Rosie’s Place has named Wakefield resident Mehreen Butt director of public policy. In this role Butt will manage a multi-faceted legislative campaign, including creating and implementing a legislative strategy, coalition building and working with Rosie’s Place’s lobbying firm.
March 12, 2015
Rosie’s Place has named Salem resident Liz Chaves director of finance and administration. In this role Chaves will be responsible for managing finance, accounting, human resources and other administrative areas for 80 employees with a $9 million operating budget spread over 10 programs.
March 12, 2015
Rosie’s Place recently named Newton resident Diana Pisciotta to its board of directors. Pisciotta, a longtime supporter of Rosie’s Place, is the executive vice president of Denterlein Worldwide, which provides communications services to corporations and nonprofits.