Mar 10, 2018
The MHSA Young Professionals Group (MHSA YPG) held its second annual Sip & Stretch event on Saturday, March 10 at Dorchester Brewing Co. Guests gathered from Boston and beyond to enjoy a yoga class with Roxy Hesh, drink craft beer from our generous host Dorchester Brewing Co., and mix and mingle with other young professionals. Thank you to all who came out to support MHSA, and thanks to Roxy for donating her services! All proceeds from Sip & Stretch directly benefit...
Dec 12, 2017
On Tuesday, December 12, MHSA celebrated the 2017 Annual Meeting and honored United Health Foundation (UHF), Commissioner Joan Mikula of the Department of Mental Health (DMH), and Jayms Battaglia of University Lutheran Church / Harvard Square Homeless Shelter. The event, which took place at Boston College Club in Boston, recognized our outstanding honorees and shared our accomplishments from the past year.
Sep 07, 2017
Thank you to everyone who attended MHSA YPG's 2nd Annual Homecoming fundraiser on Sep. 7, 2017 at La Fábrica Central in Cambridge! Young professionals from across Greater Boston gathered to watch the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots take on the Kansas City Chiefs while enjoying a buffet of award-winning Spanish Caribbean food, signature drinks, music, and games, and took home prizes that included two tickets to see a live taping of Late Show With Stephen Colbert in...
Jun 14, 2017
On behalf of MHSA and the ReThink: Why Housing Matters initiative, we invite you to a film screening of “Our Journey Home,” a documentary that sheds light on real-life stories of people touched by public housing as they strive to support their families, further their education and careers, give back to their communities, and have a place to call home.
May 18, 2017
On May 18, MHSA supporters gathered at the Hyatt Regency Boston to celebrate MHSA’s 14th Annual Spring Fundraising Event, Home for Good: Solutions Start Here. At the event, MHSA honored Jay Cashman of Jay Cashman, Inc. for his outstanding contributions to ending homelessness in the Commonwealth. Thanks to your support, we raised over $100,000 at this event.