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EMPOWER

Beverly Bootstraps provides critical resources to families and individuals so they may achieve self-sufficiency. We offer emergency and long-term assistance including: access to food, housing stability, adult and youth education, counseling and advocacy. We are community funded and supported.

 

We are 4-star rated by Charity Navigator, which means we’re accountable, transparent, and financially healthy. See our profile here.

Community Impact

4,773

individuals

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served agency-wide.

398K

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of food given out through the food pantry and other food assistance programs.

676

children

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children

received gifts last year though our Adopt-A-Family holiday gift program.

372

students

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are registered in our Adult Education classes.

669

children

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received backpacks stocked with school supplies for a successful school year.

1,420

individuals

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received help through Case Management.

Donate Change to Make Change

During the month of September, Hunger Action Month

Visit one of these generous Beverly businesses during the month of September and donate your change to help keep kids from going hungry: A New Leaf, Flourish, Prides Crossing Confections, Super Sub, Tartine, and What's Brewin'

Simply Linens Sale

Friday, Sept 20 from 10am-5pm and Saturday, Sept 21 from 10am-4pm
The Thrift Shop, 198 Rantoul St.

Beautiful, curated pieces...
Antique, vintage, and other luxurious linens for your home. Napkins, tablecloths, lace, spreads, pillows, and more.

News

Beverly Bootstraps Helping Children & Families in Need – MSONewsports Podcast

Community Calendar

20
Sep

Momball Tournament Food Drive

  • All Day
  • Harry Ball Field, 410 Essex St, Beverly, MA 01915, USA
20
Sep

Thrift Shop's Simply Linens Sale

  • 9am - 5pm
  • Beverly Bootstraps Thrift Shop, 198 Rantoul St, Beverly, MA 01915, USA

Testimonial

“Thank you so much for everything you have done for me to help me get this far in my education. Something I did not think i could do.”

– HiSET Class Graduate