All are served… All are welcome.
Date: October 1, 2015 Author: Josh Smith

It’s been a great summer at the Dartmouth building. We hosted our first fundraiser, received a prestigious award from the Chamber of Commerce, and set a new singlemonth record for furniture deliveries with 76 families served in July. And during …

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Date: February 3, 2014 Author: Rachel Smith

The Dartmouth staff—Josh Smith, Jim Whalen and I—recently had the privilege to deliver furniture to Alisha in Fall River. She and her two children, David, 6, and Isabella, 4, moved to Massachusetts from their home in Puerto Rico.

One of …

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Date: February 3, 2014 Author: John DeAngelo

On a snowy Tuesday night in December, my Plymouth friends Kevin Holland, Bob McMakin, Lee Delbos, and I set out to make Christmas deliveries in Brockton. One was especially memorable.

Catrina was not home when we arrived at her building …

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Date: September 11, 2013 Author: Ryan Thorley

We recently made a special delivery to Debra in Holbrook. The delivery held extra significance for us because it was the first delivery made in our newest truck, ‘St. Thomas.’ I was joined by six volunteers and we were all …

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Date: September 11, 2013 Author: Jim Orcutt

Following each delivery, everyone who receives help from My Brother’s Keeper receives a survey asking how well we served them. The forms ask several questions and invites comments and suggestions. The person may sign their form or choose to remain …

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Date: August 15, 2013 Author: Mr. Tim Mouton, C.S.C.

Over the past few weeks, I have had the privilege of working at My Brother’s Keeper in Easton, Massachusetts. The mission is simple, “to bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to those we serve,” and the impact is …

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Date: June 7, 2013 Author: Erich Miller

During this year’s Deacon Plunge, I went on deliveries with diaconal candidates Tim Booker from Abington and Jim Kearney from Wrentham along with Marina Fagone, a senior at Ursuline Academy.

Tim, Jim, Marina and I had the privilege of serving …

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Date: November 5, 2012 Author: Erich Miller

We recently held a night-time function at our facility in Easton and one of our volunteers, Ken Izyk, manned the front entrance to help with parking. I went out to thank Ken and he pointed to a car with a …

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Date: August 3, 2012 Author: Josh Smith

Every night over a thousand homeless families in Massachusetts are forced to call a hotel room home. With poor conditions, crowded quarters, and no kitchen, this is a serious hardship for these families.

Especially if you are a cook.

Anna …

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Date: June 27, 2012 Author: Beth Sheehan

 We’ve all heard the saying “God is in the interruptions”. Usually, it’s in the midst of a busy day, smack dab in the middle of when you’re trying to get stuff done. The temperature was in the 90s, and the …

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Date: February 3, 2012 Author: Ryan Thorley

As I was going through all the student information from last year, I was pleasantly surprised at the numbers. Here’s some fast facts:

  • 242 students from middle schools and high schools volunteered with us in 2011 (not including our Christmas
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Date: January 20, 2012 Author: Beth Sheehan

Tuesday night we were blessed to have a visit from the staff of Salon Monique Day Spa of Canton.

It was a real pleasure getting to meet the salon staff and work alongside them in our food pantry. We always …

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Date: November 10, 2011 Author: Josh Smith

The families we serve often carry very heavy baggage, just beneath the surface. This sad truth was illustrated perfectly during a recent delivery to a woman named Tanya, whose only piece of furniture was a mattress lying on the floor.

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Date: October 24, 2011 Author: Erich Miller

A few recent experiences reminded me how special our mission is:

  • A volunteer named Dan brought his 2-year old son for a visit. On the way over to My Brother’s Keeper, he told his little boy, “I want to show
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A suggestion: Ask yourselves this question.
"Am I my brother's keeper?" If the answer is Yes, perhaps you would like to join us, as we go Along the Way in spreading the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ.

If you wish to contribute, use one of the following methods:

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My Brother's Keeper, Inc.
P.O. Box 338
Easton, Massachusetts 02356

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My Brother's Keeper is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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"Whatever you do for the most humble of my people, you do for me."
Matthew 25:40