Y2Y Harvard Square

Y2Y Harvard Square

Y2Y Harvard Square Boston Society of Architects- November 13, 2015 Over 600 young people in the Greater Boston area don’t have a place to sleep tonight. Architects and their allies want to change that. Y2Y is a student-run overnight homeless shelter in Cambridge...
‘Hope is Here’

‘Hope is Here’

‘Hope is Here’ The Harvard Independent- November 12, 2015 PBHA’s Y2Y youth homeless shelter hosts its opening celebration.  Over thirty years ago, Harvard students saw a need in Harvard Square for a shelter that was dedicated to providing homeless individuals with a...
A Shelter in Harvard Square

A Shelter in Harvard Square

A Shelter in Harvard Square Harvard Magazine- November 10, 2011 More than 500 people filled the chapel at First Parish Church in Cambridge last Friday afternoon to celebrate the opening of Y2Y Harvard Square, a homeless shelter for young people founded by Sam...
Congratulations Cambridge Y2Y!

Congratulations Cambridge Y2Y!

Congratulations Cambridge Y2Y! Red Thread- November 10, 2015 It takes a village… or an amazing community in this case. And great timing. Last Friday, Red Thread was proud to attend the opening celebration of Y2Y (Youth 2 Youth), the nation’s first student-run youth...
A shelter for homeless youth

A shelter for homeless youth

A shelter for homeless youth Phillips Brooks House, Harvard grads to open 22-bed facility next month Harvard Gazette- November 9, 2015 In a heartfelt ceremony at First Parish in Cambridge, the Harvard students and alumni who led the effort to open a student-run...