Ethos 555 Amory St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Located in a beautifully renovated industrial building, Ethos is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to…More promoting independence, dignity and well-being among the elderly and disabled through quality, affordable and culturally-appropriate home and community-based care. The staff is welcoming and respectful.
Mass Energy Consumer Alliance 284 Amory St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 This is a non-profit organization advocating and acting in the marketplace on behalf of consumers and the environment.…More Its discount heating oil program has operated since 1982. It also offers renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions. Its programs benefit low-income households and other nonprofit organizations. In 2009 it moved to the Brewery complex on Amory Street.
Good Egg Marketing 32 Cheshire St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Good Egg Marketing provides graphic design, video production and web and social media development. It works with…More such industries as real estate, health care, food and insurance as well as consultants and non-profits.
United Cerebral Palsy of Metropolitan Boston 40 Green St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 United Cerebral Palsy of Metropolitan Boston is part of United Cerebral Palsy, a non-profit that advocates and provides…More services for adults and children living with disabilities, including cerebral palsy. It provides a range of services, which include family support training, transportation assistance and wellness. Please call the number listed for more information.
The Connolly Branch of the Boston Public Library boasts a collection of more than 40,000 items, with nearly half of…More them in Spanish.
"Spanish is what we're known for," says Jane Bickford, the branch librarian.
The library is housed in a 1932 building that has been restored to near original condition. The 20-plus foot plaster ceiling of the main room is decorated with rosettes and geometric patterns.
In addition to the collections and resources, the branch has a 150-person lecture hall. There is a stage and sound system. Non-profit organizations are welcome to use the space by arrangement with the librarian. For-profit groups may rent the hall after hours.
North American Indian Center of Boston 105 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 North American Indian Center of Boston is a non-profit that currently provides employment and psychological services for…More Boston's Native Americans. Conseling services include sessions for individuals, families and the general community, while employment services include resume writing, higher education assistance and job search coaching. Please see the website for additional information or call the number provided to speak with a representative.
Cooperative Artist's Institute 311 Forest Hills St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Established in 1974, the Cooperative Artist's Institute is a non-profit organization based out of Jamaica Plain with a…More number of outreach programs through artistic exploration. With programs for kids, teens and senior citizens focusing both on individual and group work, there are often many projects within projects. There are many former participants returning as adults to volunteer, creating a family within the Jamaica Plain family.
Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of Boston 3593 Washington St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation was established as a non-profit, community advocacy group designed to create…More strong rural and urban neighborhoods. In addition to helping people become homeowners, NACA is also dedicated to fighting predatory lending practices nationwide. NACA offers mortgages and mortgage assistance to qualified borrowers, as well as foreclosure and renovation assistance.
Bikes Not Bombs Hub 284 Amory St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Bikes Not Bombs Hub is a nonprofit bicycle sales and repair shop, the profits from which further the organization's goal…More of promoting bicycle technology as an alternative to war and environmental destruction. The Bikes Not Bombs Hub houses all of the organization's non-repair endeavors, including its youth and international programs. The organization has sent more then 40,000 bikes to the Caribbean, Central America and Africa, and assists area youth in job-training and charitable endeavors. For more information, please contact the Bikes Not Bombs Hub at the provided number or visit its website.