Your support can help change the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors. Support from donors like you make the important work we do at Lynn Shelter Association possible. Your generosity plays a significant role in our efforts to help end homelessness. We can't do it without you!
Your gift makes a direct impact on the lives of adults and children facing homelessness. Contributions small and large are valued and critical to meeting client needs, improving or expanding services and providing safe shelter 365 days a year.
Lynn Shelter Association is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit with the Federal Tax ID Number 22-2603594.
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Off the Grid, a photography project that showcases photographs of Lynn taken by clients from Lynn Shelter Association, was a six-month labor of love. Clients were mentored by professional photographers who showed them how to use digital cameras and some techniques in capturing the shots they want. After their mentoring sessions, the newly trained photographers explored Lynn with a camera and captured some incredibly beautiful images. The words and images in this book have been on exhibit around the Commonwealth, including at the Massachusetts State House, and reflect the unique courage, humor and creative potential of the homeless people we serve.
Special thanks to Susan Ogan and Karen Bowden for their help in making this project a success!
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Lynn Shelter Association
91 Liberty Street
Lynn, MA 01901
For more information, please contact the Development Office at 781.581.0739 ext. 101
Cummings Foundation $100K for 100 Grants Program
Lynn Shelter Association was the proud recipient of a Cummings Foundation $100K for $100 grant awarded in 2015. The Cummings Foundation grant has allowed Lynn Shelter Association to operate its emergency shelter 24/7 during the winter months so our most vulnerable neighbors in Lynn can remain warm and dry.
Pictured above is Alison Brookes, LSA Board Vice-President, accepting the LSA award from Bill Cummings at the 2015 reception.
For more information about the Cummings Foundation and the $100K for 100 grants program, please visit http://www.cummingsfoundation.org/.