Jeremiah-Endicott Moves to New Home in Boston

On March 23, nearly 70 Jeremiah families, advisory board members, community partners, volunteers, and supporters took time to welcome Jeremiah-Endicott to its new home in Dudley Square in Roxbury, MA.

Guests heard from Erin, a single mother of two who talked about the impact Jeremiah has had on her and her children’s lives. Dr. Richard Wylie, President of Endicott College, addressed the group and announced a gift of $25,000 from Endicott College to help support the pilot.

The night before, new and old friends joined Jeremiah’s visionary founder, Michael J. O’Connell, and President & CEO Gloria Perez at a private reception in downtown Boston to hear the story of Jeremiah’s origins and to discuss the importance of finding local support for the Boston pilot.

Many pictures from the March 23rd open house can be seen here.