PBHA’s Y2Y youth homeless shelter hosts its opening celebration.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren stopped by Friday’s opening celebration.
A full transcript of Alicia Garza's moving lecture on October 30th, touching on why we need #BlackLivesMatter, and how a movement resisting anti-black racism builds a new kind of world.
The Y2Y shelter in Harvard Square has started construction and is on track for a November opening.
It was this energy and these people that took me from a few weekly visits to feeling as though I was a part of a community, where I was popping into the shelter almost every night.
PBHA's Harvard Habitat for Humanity connects student volunteers with build sites in Greater Boston, and runs domestic and international service trips during Harvard's winter and spring breaks.
PBHA's Harvard Square Homeless Shelter serves 24 men and women every night for the five coldest months of winter.
The Harvard Square Summer Shelter seeks to improve the lives of homeless individuals by providing them with the full range of resources needed to transition into permanent housing and employment.
Y2Y Harvard Square, a student-run overnight shelter, employs a youth-to-youth model to provide a safe and affirming environment for young adults experiencing homelessness.