Category Archives: Philanthropy

Summer Inn the City is July 15th

Pine Street Inn Summer Inn the CityPine Street Inn is hosting their annual “Summer Inn the City” fund raiser to help the Innbassadors program for the Pine Street Inn.  This is a group of Boston’s emerging leaders who are committed to the mission of ending homelessness in our city.  Help support this program and the Pine Street Inn by coming to this year’s party hosted at the Ink Block here in the South End. Tickets to the party are just $50 and include food and drink for the night.

Purchase your tickets to 2015 Summer Inn the City here.

Gay for Good Boston volunteers at Franklin Park Zoo

Franklin Park Zoo Gay for Good BostonGAY FOR GOOD is a volunteer organization that operates in Boston and ten other cities around the US.  The group aims to energize and mobilize the LGBT community to interact with the greater community by volunteering their time to various social welfare and environmental service projects.

Each month, Gay For Good Boston selects a different non-profit to donate our time for a community service project.  Next month on Saturday, July 11th GAY FOR GOOD Boston will help the Franklin Park Zoo with their park beautification for the peak of summer tourist season. There is plenty of parking, and this project is accessible by MBTA bus routes #16 or #45.  Following the volunteer work everyone is welcome to join at Doyle’s Cafe, 3484 Washington Street, Jamaica Plain for lunch.  RSVP before this program fills to capacity.

WHEN: July 11, 2015 at 10am
WHERE: Franklin Park Zoo / 1 Franklin Park Rd
CONTACT:  Gary Fortin –

Martinis & Masterpieces

Martinis and Masterpieces for Arts and Business Council of BostonWednesday, June 10th the Arts & Business Council is hosting their annual fundraiser at the Boston Children’s Museum at 308 Congress Street in downtown Boston.  Starting at 6:30 you can join over 200 guests from the arts, business, and legal communities of Greater Boston to celebrate our thriving creative economy and recognize those business and legal professionals who work to strengthen it.

Tickets are $150 each. For more information about the event and to purchase tickets visit the event website at Martinis & Masterpieces 2015.

Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl June 2-4, 2015

Scooper Bowl Jimmy Fund all you can eat ice cream in BostonLater this week Boston’s most delicious fundraiser takes place June 2-4 at City Hall Plaza.  Funds raised go to benefit the Jimmy Fund so embrace your Dad Bod and help yourself to as much ice cream as you like because it is all going to a worthy cause.

Tickets start at just $10 and this year’s participants include: Baskin Robbins, Ben & Jerry’s, Breyers, Delish by Walgreens, Edy’s, Friendly’s, Hood, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt and Yuengling’s Ice Cream.

Scooper Bowl Dates and Hours
Tuesday 12Noon – 8PM
Wednesday 12Noon – 10PM
Thursday 12Noon – 8PM

For more details visit the official 2015 Scooper Bowl website.

Boston Spirit sunset cruise is June 17

Boston Spirit Summer Cruise to benefit Fenway HealthNext month Boston Spirit’s annual Summer Sunset Cruise will take more than 700 friends around Boston Harbor to enjoy some great food from Jasper White’s Summer Shack and music courtesy of DJ Mocha with 100% of the proceeds raised going to benefit Fenway Health.

You may buy your tickets here 

All the fun takes place on Wednesday, June 17 at the World Trade Center pier aboard Bay State Cruise Company’s Provincetown II, boarding starts at 6 p.m. and the cruise departs at 6:30 p.m., returning at 8:30 p.m.

ICA Boston hosts Party On The Harbor May 16th

Institute of Contemporary Art BostonSaturday, May 16th the ICA Boston is hosting their Party On The Harbor from 9:30 – Midnight. Rotating sets from DJs Bianca Oblivion, Knife and Texas Mike will be paired with experimental performance art.  The event includes an open bar with specialty cocktails and retro themed desserts.

Tickets are $100 for ICA Members and $150 for the general public.  More details about the event are available here.

Gay for Good Boston – Young Achievers School

volunteeringBoston’s chapter of Gay for Good (G4G Boston for short) returns to the Young Achievers Science & Math School in Mattapan on Saturday, May 9th.  Volunteers can meet at 9:30 a.m. to help with planting, mulching, and other small projects around the school.  For those interested, plan to go out for lunch after.

WHEN        May 9th, starting at 9:30 a.m.
WHERE       Young Achievers Science & Math Pilot School
CONTACT   Art Nava /
RSVP            If you would like to join, please register (it’s free) here

G4G Boston is a wonderful group who organize and come together to volunteer in our community.  If you are new to the area or are looking to make friends, I’d recommend you check out their website and consider joining one of their upcoming programs. The group is very social and friendly.