Bishop Fenwick High School has partnered with Together She Can to provide storage and volunteering as part of their annual senior class community service.
Together She Can celebrates their three year anniversary since becoming an official 501(c)3 nonprofit.
Black Market Dudley and Queen Yannah have honored Together She Can at their first annual networking mixer in Boston.
SOLO, a newly published book, by Kathleen Fitzgerald features Together She Can and founder, Madeleine Park, for their work helping women.
Giving Tuesday features Together She Can in their series Women Who Give. They plan to partner with TSC in 2019. https://www.givingtuesday.org/blog/2019/01/womenwhogive-madeleine-park-founder-ceo-together-she-can
Real estate company Rent Buy Boston of Engel & Volkers partners with Together She Can to help drop-off hygiene gift bags to Boston shelters.
Warby Parker partners with Together She Can to run a donation drive for the month of December.
Exhale Spa (Battery Warf) partners with Together She Can to run a donation drive for the holiday season.
Boston’s Prudential Center Sephora location provided their second free beauty class with Together She Can for the women of Woods-Mullen Shelter.
Together She Can provided hygiene gift bags to those affected by the Massachusetts gas fires. Donation drives were facilitated by Miss America Massachusetts.
Together She Can’s Facebook fundraiser raised over $2,500. All proceeds will go towards supplies for helping homeless with hygiene care.
Together She Can and Founder, Madeleine Park, are featured in a 2-page spread by Equal Opportunity magazine.
Together She Can met with the Mayor of Boston, Marty Walsh, during the Woods-Mullen Shelter’s grand re-opening of their shelter on July 2, 2018.
Together She Can began a partnership with Boston Public Health Commission’s Homeless Engagement Center. Together She Can will provide products to the shelter on a recurring basis.
Boston’s Prudential Center Sephora location provided a free beauty class with Together She Can for the women of Women’s Lunch Place.
The City of Boston ran a donation drive for Together She Can resulting in over 400 bags for those suffering from homelessness. Drive facilitated by Candace M.
Boston’s Faneuil Hall Sephora location provided their first ever free beauty class with Together She Can for women of the Woods-Mullen Shelter.
A group of women from Middlesex Community College intern with Together She Can. They ran a month-long donation drive and were able to create over 100 gift bags for those suffering from homelessness. They also facilitated a partnership between Together She Can and DivaCup.
Boston’s Newbury Street Sephora location, Sephora Stands, provided their first ever free beauty class with Together She Can for women of the Women’s Lunch Place shelter.