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SOS International Faridabad, Meeting Children’s Needs One Village at a Time

SOS Children's Villages of India cares for 6,400 children in villages across the country. The village I visited in Faridabad, which opened in 1964, was the first of over 40 SOS International Villages to open in India.
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David Crowley Discusses His Work With Social Capital Inc.

On May 7th, 2009 David Crowley, President and Founder of Social Capital Inc., participated in NPi’s community dialogue at the Boston Public Library. NPi community dialogues bring together local leaders to discuss lessons learned, current projects, and potential collaborations. Here are some excerpts from the conversation.
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Reflections on Advocacy and Leadership from the Mass Housing and Shelter Alliance Team (Part II of the MHSA Story)

After speaking with Joe Finn, President and Executive Director of the Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance, about MHSA’s history, current work, and the Housing First movement, I sat down with more MHSA staff to ask some of the bigger questions about what it is like working on such a cause as ending homelessness every...
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Community-Based, Comprehensive Adult Education in South Boston

Community-Based, Comprehensive Adult Education in South Boston

The Notre Dame Education Center (NDEC) has been a place of hope for South Boston residents since it opened its doors in 1860. Started by a group of nuns called the Sisters of Notre Dame, the center began as a free high school for girls. While the school closed in 1992, the sisters remained...
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A Conversation with Tina Chéry of the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute

The Louis D. Brown Peace Institute was founded in 1994 to assist and support families of homicide victims in the City of Boston. Today, the Peace Institute works with schools, families (both of victims and offenders), and communities to promote peace and unity.
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Empowering Individuals in Shelters and Transitional Living Through Mentoring

F.A.M.I.L.Y Movement currently provides educational opportunities to over 150 women in the Boston area. F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement workshops focus on a wide range of topics including self-esteem, professionalism, parenting, and financial education.
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VIDEO: NPi speaks with Lakenya Johnson of FAMILY Movement

In this video we speak with Lakenya Johnson of FAMILY Movement in Dorchester Massachusetts about its vision to empower young moms, women, and men in homeless shelters and transitional living by providing self-worth and family values.
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Eve Sullivan discusses her work with Parents Forum, a grassroots organization concerned with family life issues

On February 4th, 2009 Eve Sullivan, Founder of Parents Forum, a grassroots organization concerned with family life issues participated in NPi’s community dialogue at the Boston Public Library. NPi community dialogues bring together local leaders to discuss lessons learned, current projects, and potential collaborations. Here are some excerpts from the conversation. About Parents Forum...
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Lakenya Johnson Discusses Her Work With F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement

I started F.A.M.I.L.Y. Movement because about nine years ago I was in a homeless shelter for about 10 months with my daughter... I started out by just mentoring. That was my main purpose. I did not expect it to turn into what it is right now, but I’m going for it. I allowed my...
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