The Westin Copley Place Helps Make the Holidays Sweet for Project Hope

The good cause they support means all of these treats are calorie-free, right?

Sometimes, there’s nothing better than a warm, crumbly sweet treat – except, one that does double duty by helping some deserving kids have a great holiday season.

The Westin Copley Place team rallied around a very special bake sale to raise $621.70 for Project Hope, which offers support, shelter, child care,  education and career training to impoverished families in Boston. While Thanksgiving hasn’t even arrived Buying baked goods for a good causeyet, it’s never too early to start giving back to others for the holidays. Here at the Westin Copley Place, one of the most important ways we take part in our community is by giving back to those who are less fortunate.

Some of us baked goodies, some of us just enjoyed them – all of us had a wonderful time helping out our neighbors. We will continue to support Project Hope and other local causes throughout the year. We hope these families will feel the warm glow of the holidays that many can take for granted.

Founded in 1981 when the Little Sisters of the Assumption opened their convent as a shelter for homeless families, Project Hope accepts donations and volunteers through their website. Please join us in brightening this special time of year for these families.

 
 

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  1. […] back in November when we had our Project Hope bake sale? We ended up raising $621.70 selling those baked goods and wanted to do something extra special for […]

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