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The Friends of the Inn


The Friends of the Inn raise awareness of needs facing homeless men and women in the Greater Boston area and have a positive impact on their lives. The Friends accomplish this through a combination of advocacy and outreach efforts, creating and implementing fundraising events, and sponsoring or participating in activities designed to improve the quality of life of those in Pine Street's shelter and housing locations.


Friends of the Inn celebrate a day of set up for new housing units 

 

About the friends of the inn

Membership is based on a commitment to and appreciation for the work of Pine Street Inn. Members are encouraged to: 

  • regularly attend meetings;
  • actively support Pine Street Inn by taking part in Pine Street's annual fundraising "Home Remedy" breakfast event or by making a charitable annual gift to Pine Street Inn;
  • spread awareness of Pine Street's mission and advocate for Pine Street;
  • attract new supporters of Pine Street’s programs;
  • volunteer at Pine Street regularly.
     

friends of the inn members

 

  • David Beauchamp
  • Mary Connolly
  • Nancy Dourney
  • Karen Dunnett
  • Kim Eagan
  • Paul Ferreira
  • Courtney M. Forrester
  • Helen T. Gillcrist
  • Mary Heiser
  • Catherine “Kitty” Hooper
  • Kel Kelly & Ginny Pitcher
  • Mary Louise & Larry Krakauer
  • Gail McDonough
  • Susan McLeish
  • Patti Morin
  • Celia H. Morris
  • Linda & Jim Morse
  • Marion L. Nierintz
  • Catherine L. O'Neil
  • Ellen & Dan Pedro
  • Catherine Smyth
  • Kerry Swords
  • Ann Thompson
  • Kate Todd
  • Karylann Walsh
  • MaryEllen Walsh, Chair
  • Pam Ward

 

Current Board & friends of the inn members

  • Laura J. Sen, Board Chair
  • Corinne Ferguson
  • Lisa R. Murray
  • Kay Whelan O'Halloran, Emeritus
  • Margaret M. Stapleton
 
If you are interested in learning more about the Friends of the Inn, please contact: