With your help, we'll fill an entire “T” / MassDot bus with new, unwrapped toys from for some of the areas most deserving charities; including ABCD, MSPCC, The Freedom House and The Yawkey Boys & Girls Club.
The bus will be in front of South Station December 10-14 for toy donations.
With your help Radio 92.9, the MBTA and MassDot will fill-a-bus with toys!
For 50 years, ABCD has fulfilled its mission of promoting self-help and self-sufficiency for people and neighborhoods. The charitable organization offers opportunity and empowerment for disadvantaged people and revitalizes neighborhoods through programs that provide the tools to overcome poverty, life with dignity and achieve one’s full potential. ABCD serves more than 85,000 low-income Greater Boston residents annually through innovative programs operated through its central office and a citywide network of 14 neighborhood service centers.
Freedom House is a nonprofit, community-based organization with decade long history of service to the community. Our mission is to promote economic self-suffiency and social justice for residents in historically underserved neighborhoods through targeted educational development, increased civic and political engagement and progressive cultural advocacy. Situated in Grove Hall, one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods of color, Freedom House has an extraordinary rich history of addressing issues of educational achievement and social justice.
The Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC) believes that every child is entitled to a safe and healthy start. MSPCC is a private, 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization. MSPCC advocates for strengthening families and preventing child abuse through essential services and effective public advocacy. For over 130 years, MSPCC has been a leader in helping children to heal and thrive through cutting-edge parenting support/education, child abuse and intervention programs and clinical mental health services designed to respond to the unique needs of infants, children, adolescents and their families.
The Yawkey Club of Roxbury has been serving the community since 1910. It is one of nine Clubs run by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, which provides nearly 14,000 children and teens a safe place to go, ongoing relationships with caring adults, life enhancing programs and experiences that build strong character and leadership qualities.