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Community Impact

One Boston Day is an opportunity for businesses and organizations to display their humanity and bring neighbors together. Here are a few ways the Boston business and non-profit communities got involved:

Martin Richard Foundation

Martin Richard Foundation hosted a clean-up day with the Ashmont-Adams Neighborhood Association.

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Museum of Science

The Museum of Science offered free admission for the day.

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Frankling Park Zoo

The Franklin Park Zoo hosted a sock drive to benefit Bay Cove Human Services.

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City of Boston Veteran's Services

City of Boston Veterans Services delivered service packages and spent time with veterans.

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Artbar Cambridge

ArtBar Cambridge donated a portion of the day's proceeds to the Sean A. Collier Self Scholarship Fund.

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American Red Cross

American Red Cross and Sheraton Boston hosted a blood drive.

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Blaze Pizza

Blaze Pizza offered free pizza to all first responders at all three of their Back Bay locations.

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East End Logo

Royal Sonesta Boston collected donations of infant necessities to benefit the East End House.

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City Involvement

Since its founding, Boston has served as a beacon of hope and strength for the rest of the world. On One Boston Day, we show the world that Boston’s flame burns as bright as ever.

Learn more about what One Boston Day means to our city: 

Mayor Marty Walsh announces One Boston Day

We encourage you to share how your organization participates in One Boston Day.

City of Boston representatives may contact you in regard to using your organization’s activity or event to help promote One Boston Day. Your contact information will be kept strictly confidential. 

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