ABCD Thanks Corporate Sponsors and Generous Individuals for Supporting the Winter Fund:<br>Seeks Donations for Children, Elders and Families in Need This Winter and Holiday Season

Source: ABCD

Toy distribution begins December 16th!

(Boston, MA) – ABCD’s Winter Fund is seeking cash as well as in-kind donations toward Fuel and Housing Assistance, holiday toys, winter clothing and food to help under-resourced and under-represented individuals and families across Greater Boston who are in need this winter season. A partial list of Winter Fund donors include: Encore Boston, Environments at Work, Gaston Electrical, Highwire PR, MerlinOne, Pathai, RBC Wealth Management, SEI, Target, Teamster Local 25 Team and Yahoo! 

ABCD President and CEO Sharon Scott-Chandler, Esq., expressed her gratitude for both the cash and in-kind donations from past donors to the Winter Fund, and hopes more companies and individuals will heed the call to support the needs of children, families and seniors during this tough economic period. 

“Collaboration is at the core of our work. Through the support of community partners, last year, ABCD services reached nearly 90,000 people across Greater Boston, many of whom had not asked for help before. ABCD is beyond appreciative for the support from our community partners in our efforts to provide basic services and innovative programs for people who are struggling, especially during the holidays and winter season,” she said. “With soaring inflation, food and energy costs all at once, the needs are even more critical.” 

To donate, call the Winter Fund Give Line at 617.348.6559

Visit bostonabcd.org/winterdonate

Give a toy and put a smile on a child’s face this holiday season with this online form.

Mail Donations to:
ABCD WINTER FUND , Action for Boston Community Development, Inc.
178 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111

###About ABCD:A nonprofit human services community action organization, ABCD provides underserved residents of Boston and the Mystic Valley area, with the tools, support and resources they need to transition from poverty to stability and from stability to success. Each year, the organization serves more than 100,000 individuals, elders and families through a broad range of innovative initiatives as well as long-established, proven programs and services. For 60 years, ABCD has been deeply rooted in every neighborhood and community served, empowering individuals and families and supporting them in their quest to live with dignity and achieve their highest potential. For more information, please visit bostonabcd.org.