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.
Goddard House Skilled Nursing Center 201 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Goddard House is a private, nonprofit organization that offers seniors a range of care options, including secure,…More comfortable housing in a residential setting and skilled nursing and medical services. Residents and their families are provided with social activities, personal services and ongoing professional support.
The Resource Institute for Low Entropy Systems (RILES) 179 Boylston St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The ReSource Institute for Low Entropy Systems (RILES) is an independent, nonprofit organization that works in…More partnership with communities in English- and Spanish-speaking countries to protect public health and the environment. It supports non-depleting, non-wasting, non-polluting methods and technologies for sustainable development. The institute is located in building P of the Brewery complex.
Judge Richard L. Banks Community Justice Program 964 Parker St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Judge Richard L. Banks Community Justice Program is based in Jamaica Plain and works to help provide alternatives…More to imprisonment and support services for families and individuals. The program is a nonprofit organization that provides a wide range of services, including counseling, emotional support, referral services, mentoring, substance abuse counseling and more. Call the number listed or see its website for more information.
Springhouse Senior Living Community 44-46 Allandale Street, Boston, MA02130 Springhouse Senior Living Community, is a nonprofit organization managed exclusively for the well-being of its…More residents. Located on 13 wooded acres, Springhouse is just minutes away from Boston’s educational, cultural and medical centers. Springhouse enjoys great synergy between its independent, assisted living and memory care communities, providing a wide assortment of options and services.
Locally owned Jamaica Hill Realty is operated independently and staffed by area resident experts.…More Its agents can help you buy or sell your home in Jamaica Plain, Hyde Park and Roslindale. In business since 2002 with a motto of "Honest advice. Genuine People." posted at its entrance, this agency also actively supports the community and local nonprofit groups.
Volunteers of America is a national nonprofit service organization that promises "to go wherever we are…More needed and do whatever comes to hand." Each year, VOA's professional and volunteer corps help nearly 2 million people in more than 400 communities throughout the country.
The Jamaica Plain/MA branch provides services for at-risk youth, drug addiction, veterans and the elderly. Programs include Massachusetts Stand Down for veteran outreach; Operation Backpack, providing school supplies to kids; and the Literacy Matters Book Fair.
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.
Bikes Not Bombs is a nonprofit, full-service bicycle sales & repair shop. Customers will find used bikes in…More good condition for sale, as well as parts and equipment. The shop performs all matters of repairs, from slightly bent rims to full overhauls.
All proceeds go to further the shop's mission of promoting bicycle technology as an alternative to war and environmental destruction. Locally, they offer youth programs such as "earn a bike," where students learn to rebuild a bike - and keep it when they are done. Internationally, Bikes Not Bombs sends bikes all over the world to help solve critical transportation needs.
The youth programs and other non "bike-shop" aspects of the organization are based nearby at 284 Amory St. The number there is 617-522-0222.