If you would like to help Stop The Bleeding 

in the form of a monetary donation,

just click on the donation button below.

Getting Involved

"The difference between what we are doing and what we are capable of doing would solve most of the world's problems"
Mohandas "Mahatma" Gandhi

The following are the 7 shelters and homeless help organizations in the Boston area we focus on, primarily because they are smaller operations, and we believe in what they're doing and the respect with which they treat the homeless. If you see something you like, don't hesitate to contact these great organizations about a donation.  
 
Renewal House
Boston, MA
Hotline: (617) 566-6881
Tel: (617) 277-4194

http://www.uuum.org/?page_id=199 
Provides temporary and emergency shelter for battered women and their children, counseling, support groups, welfare, court, housing and child advocacy.
 
Lucy's Hearth
Shelter for women and their children

Middletown, RI

401-847-2021

http://www.lucyshearth.org  
 
Veteran's Transition House

Shelter for homeless veterans
New Bedford, MA
781-686-7456

http://vetshouse.org

                                      

Health Care Without Walls
Boston, MA

781-239-0290

https://www.healthcarewithoutwalls.org/

Health Care Without Walls consists of teams of volunteer doctors and nurses and staff nurses from the Boston area who provide

free health care and care coordination to women and families experiencing homelessness.

 
Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter
Nashua, NH

603-889-7770
www.NSKS.org 
 
The Mustard Seed soup kitchen 
Worcester, MA
508-754-7098

 

Lowell Transitional Living Center
Lowell, MA

978-458-9888 
http://ltlc.org

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Stop The Bleeding still needs a few things to more effectively put on our benefit shows.

If anyone would like to play Santa Claus and help us out with any of these things, let us know.
Here's what we need:


1. Venues for our benefit shows. This has been and continues to be the biggest problem we have with getting these shows going. We need places that will let us use their room free of charge for our shows.
 
2. Monetary donations to help us cover our overhead
i.e. Website cost, annual state filing fee, ink and paper for fliers and tickets, gas, additional live sound equipment, equipment repair, etc.

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1. Drop it off at Standard Electric Supply Co. located at 960 Mass Ave. in Boston - I work there - either ask for me or you can just drop it in the Winter Clothing Donation Box. 
 
2. Bring it to any Stop The Bleeding Benefit show - even if you're not attending, I will be happy to accept your clothing donation.
 
3. Give me a call or an e-mail - I may be able to come to you and pick it up - depending on when and where.
 

3 ways to donate clothing 

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There are two things you can always count on
in New England - brutally cold temperatures 
in the Winter and people who are homeless 
and unprepared for it.
With this in mind we kick off our annual

Winter Clothing Drive for the homeless.
If you have any clothing items you'd like to donate, 
it's easier than you think!   

You can contact us directly at karmajunction@yahoo.com,
or you can bring it to my workplace,
Standard Electric Boston branch, 
located at 960 Massachusetts Ave. Boston/Roxbury/Dorchester line, 
down by South Bay.
Thank You
Chris
Founder,
Stop The Bleeding, Inc.

2019-2020 Winter Clothing Drive

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