The Boston Stake joins with Relief Societies around the world in the #IWasAStranger.lds.org initiative to support refugees, broadly defined.
- Download a one-page overview of worldwide, stake, local, and personal ideas.
- Here are service organizations with whom we have worked.
- Find service ideas, upcoming regional service projects, contact us for local service projects in your town, or submit your service idea today. Also like and follow the Relief Society Boston page on Facebook.
We invite friends of all faiths and backgrounds to join with us.
Boston Stake Relief Society Service
Though our various members are involved in many charities around the Boston and Worcester areas, we unite and pick one charity to work together to help. 2014-15 we helped Massachusetts’ Foster Care. In 2016-17, we are partnering with Ascentria Care Alliance, collecting soccer equipment for unaccompanied minor refugee children and providing “I Was A Stranger Baby Shower Baskets” to pregnant refugee women. Our Relief Society manages the humanitarian service hours of our approximately 60 missionaries serving from Boston to Worcester and all the towns in between. Each missionary spends 2 – 10 hours each week serving organizations and people in need. They do not proselytize during these service hours. Relief Society Humanitarian Service Coordinators connect with service organizations and organize missionaries according to community needs. Coordinators may also enlist the help of local residents to serve. We invite friends of all faiths and backgrounds to join with us.