My Brother’s Keeper
We are a vibrant, welcoming Christian ministry with locations in Easton and Dartmouth, MA, that delivers furniture and food to families in need. Our mission: "To bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to those in need."
2023 Mission Appeal
We need your help to continue to bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to a growing number of families reaching out for assistance. Together we can help brighten their future.
Easton Building Project
The cornerstone of the Easton Building Project is building out a full second floor. This will add significant work and storage space within the current footprint and enable us to make many other important improvements.
A short walk around Stonehill College campus will be followed by family fun activities including inflatable bounce houses and slides, obstacle course, climbing wall, live entertainment, and food vendors.
One of our Dartmouth volunteers, Stephanie Richard from Upstream Visual Works, produced a beautiful video focusing on our mission, "To Bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to those we serve". This video premiered at the first annual Spring Together for Love & Hope event on April 29, 2022. We are excited to share it with you now, and hope it makes you feel proud to be part of the My Brother’s Keeper family, or if you aren't already, to join us. Enjoy!
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Who We Are
What We Do
Why We Do It
To accomplish our mission "To bring the Love and Hope of Jesus Christ to those we serve"
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By the Numbers
My Brother’s Keeper is 100% privately funded. Because we are a Christian community serving in Christ's name, we do not accept any local, state, or federal funding. And unlike many charities, no donated items are ever sold — the best we have goes directly to those we serve.
Generous Volunteers (Pre-COVID-19)
Deliveries Every Year
Total Deliveries Completed
Directed to programs serving those in need