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PINE STREET INN

Second Annual Pine Street Inn Knit-a-thon

Donations as of November 23, 2014:

$0.00 Raised Offline
$400.00 Raised Online
$400.00 Total Raised

Karen Bailey and Carol Venie's Fundraising Page

Hi All,

We invite you to help us raise money and awareness for the Pine Street Inn of Boston, New England's largest resource for homeless men and women, by pledging to the 2nd Annual Pine Street Inn Knit-A-Thon. Though best known for its emergency shelters, Pine Street became one of the first organizations to implement supportive housing for homeless individuals. Today, Pine Street now has close to 500 residents living in 30 houses and sites throughout Boston and Brookline. They anticipate adding another 151 units in the development pipeline.

We will be joining many Boston area knitters on Sunday, November 9th to assemble our 9 x 9 inch pre-knitted squares into blankets, which will be presented to the tenants of the Pine Street Inn residences. With the help of our friends Karyn Cousins, Lynn Lonabocker, Ellen Cohen, Lisa Dolan, and Beth Compson, we anticipate knitting 50 squares for the event.  We ask that you donate on a per square basis; i.e. 50 squares x $1.00 = $50.00 or feel free to make the donation of your choice. Thank you in advance for your help and we invite you to visit the Pine Street Inn's website at www.pinestreetinn.org for more information.

Thank you,

 Karen and Carol

Supporters

Comment Donation
Joe Coray Thank you for your love and commitment. A friend of Patty Orsini in CT.
Tayne Quinn Your kindness is a blessing to all!
Patricia Orsini Thanks for all your doing for the community. I'll be sure to pass this on to my friends at work.
Marilyn Martin
Ann DeSimone You have raised our awareness. Thanks
Brenda Ripp you do so many wonderful things
The Bailey kids Mom, I'm glad we are making a difference in their lives. Love, Drew

Donation Summary

Raised Offline
$0
Raised Online
$400
Total Raised
$400
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