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The Poor People’s United Fund is a Boston-based organization that works to eliminate the causes of suffering due to poverty. PPUF advocates and educates in order to change the policies and perceptions that lead to that suffering. Please read our Spring ’16 Newsletter and the PPUF Voices Blog.

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Please visit Ann Withorn’s new website at www.radicalreentry.com. Ann is a professor of social policy emeritus from UMASS Boston as well as a longtime colleague and friend. Her website adds perspective and depth to social policy issues. Try it! You’ll like it!

Take a look at our Slideshow from PPUF’s 35th Anniversary Celebration. All photos were taken by PPUF friend & Social  Justice Movement photographer extraordinaire, ELLEN SHUB.

IMPORTANT RESOURCE FOR PEOPLE IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE:

Read Survival Tips (update in process) prepared by the late Betty Reid Mandell to learn more about helpful resources around Boston. Find information about legal, food, housing and health services as well as several more free and low-cost programs to assist those in need.

 

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Urban Meditations is outcast political theology by two of Boston’s leading advocates, Kip Tiernan and Fran Froehlich. It is a forty-year reflection on life for some in Boston and elsewhere.

This book is a great gift for any occasion

Urban Meditations is outcast political theology by two of Boston’s leading advocates, Kip Tiernan and Fran Froehlich. It is a forty-year reflection on life for some in Boston and elsewhere. Money from the sale of the book – $20.00 (includes postage and handling) – will continue to help us run this economic ministry.

 

Please consider a donation to PPUF to help us carry on with our work.

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