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CAN-DO's Sixth Annual Celebration Silent Auction landscaping services

Silent Auction items such as this landscaping consultation brought in good bids.

Robin Young bids at the Art and Entertainment table

Robin Young bids at the Art and Entertainment table.



CAN-DO receives $20,000 Donation from BOMA Boston

The Building Owners and Managers Association of Boston, BOMA Boston, raised over $80,000 at its 19th Annual BOMA Benefit: The Roaring '20s, held March 1st at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. The funds raised were presented to four housing-related charities: CAN-DO, Friendship Home, The Somerville Homeless Coalition, The New England Center for Homeless Veterans, plus an additional charity - the BOMA Boston Education Scholarship Fund.

Josephine McNeil with BOMA Benefit Committee co-chairs Peter Seoane of Stuart Dean, and Katy Gurkin of Jones Lang LaSalle

Josephine McNeil with BOMA Benefit Committee co-chairs Peter Seoane of Stuart Dean, and Katy Gurkin of Jones Lang LaSalle


CAN-DO Summer 2008 Newsletter

Read CAN-DO's Newsletter for Summer 2008 (PDF, opens in new window).

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NEW PARTNERSHIP:

CAN-DO received a $10,000 grant from P & G Gillette for its Transitional and Rental Housing Program.


Josephine McNeil named to Council

Executive Director, Josephine McNeil, was recently appointed by the Board of Directors of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston as a member of its Advisory Council.




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