Although it may seem like April is far away, the reality is that it will be here in just a couple of weeks and Boston’s chapter of Gay for Good is looking for volunteers to help them on Wednesday, April 8th from 5:30 – 8:30 pm at The Greater Boston Food Bank. If you’d like to lend a helping hand you need to RSVP. There is more information about this volunteering event on their website.
You will help inspect, sort, and pack food items for the Greater Boston Food Bank, and your effort will directly help local hunger relief agencies. #PayItForward
Wednesday, April 8th from 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Greater Boston Food Bank at 70 S Bay Avenue, Boston
Link here to RSVP and or learn more about Gay for Good Boston
The Boston chapter of Gay for Good (G4G) is celebrating five years of volunteer work in the Boston community on Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 5PM at the Rattlesnake Bar & Grill in the Back Bay (near Arlington T stop).
RSVP: G4G Boston Anniversary Party
This is a great opportunity for anyone who may be making resolutions for the new year to “pay it forward” or give back to the community. The G4G chapter is also wonderful if you are new to the area and/or are looking to make new friends. At the event you will have a chance to meet other active and new members and learn more about upcoming volunteer projects in 2015.
G4G will have a collection for Rosie’s Place; bring one of any of the following:
- Adult hats, gloves, or scarves
- Toiletries (unopened – travel or full size)
- Canned goods (tuna, peanut butter, beans)
- Coffee mugs
Complimentary appetizers, soft drinks, and coffee will be served from the menu of Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake. Cash bar for other beverages.
With the holiday spirit of giving now in full swing I’m hoping that some of you will step forward to volunteer and help The Boston chapter of Gay for Good assemble the Toys for Joys, Inc. – T4J signature wagons in advance of their party.
Please help spread the word and share this post on FB and TwitterVolunteers are needed Tuesday, December 2nd 6:30 – 8:30 pm
The assembly will take place at Parterre Garden Services which is located between Fresh Pond and Alewife at 67 Smith Place, #12 Cambridge, MA 02138. For more details please visit the G4G Facebook event page.
Gay for Good Boston will help Urbanity Dance, a Boston-based contemporary dance company, move into their new studio space in the South End on Saturday, September 27th at 10:00 AM
Interested? More details here.
Gay for Good Boston (G4G) will head to Boston’s Franklin Park Zoo later this month on Saturday, June 28th to help with the beautification of the park ahead of the zoo’s peak summer season. A lunch is planned immediately after at Doyle’s Cafe at 3484 Washington Street in JP. If you are interested in joining this volunteer opportunity, you must register / RSVP.
RSVP for June 28th – Franklin Park Zoo Today
Gay for Good Boston aims to energize and mobilize the LGBT community by volunteering time to various social welfare and environmental service projects. Gay for Good also has chapters in Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Los Angeles, Orange County, Pittsburgh, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle. You can learn more about this organization by visiting here.
In just a couple of weeks the Boston chapter of Gay4Good will be working with the Human Rights Campaign and BAGLY (Boston Alliance of Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Youth) to help package gifts on Martin Luther King Jr. Day – Monday, January 20, 2014 from 11am – 2pm. The donated contents need to be packaged so they may be distributed to local homeless LGBT youth.
WHEN: Monday, January 20, 2014 from 11am – 2pm
WHERE: BAGLY at 14 Beacon St, Suite 301 in Boston
If you want to do more or if you cannot join but would like to help you may access a gift registry on Amazon.com. After you visit the Amazon wish list and are ready to check out choose the gift registry shipping address for John Affuso.
MLK Day of Service Gift Registry Wish List
After volunteering, the group will grab a bite to eat. For more information about the drive link here.
Gay for Good (G4G) Boston will be lending a helping hand to the Charles River Conservancy this Saturday. Volunteers will be asked to help maintain the banks of the river so wear outdoor work clothes suited to the weather. Work gloves will be provided.
Location: The Boston side of the river, between the Weeks footbridge and the Anderson Memorial Bridge. More Details Here