Hyde Square Task Force’s Making Change Happen Breakfast on Nov. 30

Hyde Square Task Force will be hosting our annual Making Change Happen Breakfast on November 30. The breakfast will support our mission to amplify the voices of youth, their power and creativity, connecting them to Afro-Latin culture and heritage. The breakfast is from 7:30 to 9 am at WilmerHale (60 State St., 26th Floor, Boston, MA 02109) to celebrate our accomplishments from the past year and look towards the future. We will also be honoring Alberto Vasallo III, President and CEO of El Mundo; and Alexis Agrinsoni, Hyde Square Task Force alumnus and Regional Disaster Relief Manager of Red Cross Los Angeles, and Liberty Mutual Insurance. All proceeds from the Making Change Happen Breakfast will go to support our work with more than 800 children, youth and college students through Afro-Latin arts, education, and civic engagement programming so they can create a diverse, vibrant Latin Quarter and build a just, equitable Boston.

340 Views

10 Jamaica Plain Nonprofits to Support on #GivingTuesday

First there was Thanksgiving, then came Black Friday, then Cyber Monday, which were then followed by the virtuous #GivingTuesday. #GivingTuesday is an international day of giving before we get into the commercialized holiday season -- and here are just a few Jamaica Plain nonprofits that help the community in many ways. All of these nonprofits accept donations in different forms and many are also eager to have volunteers donate their time to help their programs. Please contact them for more info. Bikes Not Bombs (284 Amory St. and 18 Bartlett Square) is a unique local nonprofit that "uses the bicycle as a vehicle for social change."

510 Views

Boo! Halloween Festival in Hyde Square!

Looking for a fun family-friendly event on Halloween? Stop by Hyde Square Task Force’s 5th Annual Halloween Festival for carnival games, activities, arts, crafts and free treats! The Festival will take place on Halloween from 4:30 to 6:30 pm on the Blessed Sacrament Church Plaza (361 Centre St.). This event is part of Hyde Square Task Force’s ¡Viva el Latin Quarter! community events.

425 Views

Celebrate Hyde Square Task Force’s Birthday with Fundraiser on Oct. 18

The Hyde Square Task Force is turning 27 on October 18th and wants you to celebrate with them. Celebrate the Task Force's birthday at MOOYAH Burgers, Fries & Shakes and help to amplify the power, creativity, and voices of youth so they can build a just and equitable Boston. A portion of the proceeds from your meal will be donated to Hyde Square Task Force all day at the Mooyah (225 Centre St.). Make sure to let the cashier know that you are participating in the fundraiser by showing a Hyde Square Task Force social media post, email or flyer when you order. Social media posts can be found on Instagram @hydesquaretf and Facebook as Hyde Square Task Force.

257 Views
Logo for Hyde Square Task Force

Interactive Artwork, Free Mangos and More at Mariposas y Mangos on Oct. 13

Mariposas y Mangos is a Hyde Square Task Force event on Oct. 13th that aims to gather all generations of people through engagement with interactive artwork and storytelling about Afro-Latin cultures. Come make something creative to add your voice to the artwork, enjoy free mangos and join the discussion with Haitian and Dominican artists Chanel Thervil and Iris Lapaix. This event is from 2 to 4 pm and is part of Hyde Square Task Force's Latinx Heritage Month event series. Visit hydesquare.org for more information about the other events in the series.

314 Views