Boston Living Center Merges with Victory Programs


In order to better serve our membership, on March 1, 2012, the Boston Living Center officially completed the planned merger with Victory Programs. Both organizations have been under a management agreement and have been sharing organizational resources since July 2011. Our programming is highly complementary and the partnership will be beneficial to both agencies.

After 22 years of service to the HIV community, the BLC embodies the original ideals by providing a welcoming and non-judgmental environment to our members, while continuing to offer progressive programs that reflect the changes in the needs of the HIV population and society in general. The BLC will continue to foster the wellness of all HIV+ individuals and respond to the changing needs of the HIV/AIDS community.

Click here to learn more including some frequently asked questions.

And click on the following links for some media coverage about the merger:

Bay Windows
Boston Business Journal
Boston.com
Massnonprofit.org
Nonprofit Quarterly



BLC PROGRAMS & SERVICES:

August 2012 Member Catalogue!


 

See a full listing of programs, events and activities at the BLC in August.




On our Blog: HIV/AIDS and Nutrition Read on about it on BLC Soup.

Classes in the Cyberspace Computer lab available weekly!
one on one tutorials are offered- get the details here.


 

Art of Living Note Cards
Available for Purchase

The artwork of talented Boston Living Center members is featured in Art of Living note cards this year. A packet of 10 blank note cards with matching envelopes makes a great gift! Proceeds from the sale help support art classes for our members.

Click here to purchase your packet of note cards


LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BLC


Thank you to our friends at Emerson College for producing this video. Double click the video to watch full-screen on YouTube.

 


VOLUNTEERS:

Boston Cares is the largest organization in New England dedicated to team oriented volunteering on a flexible basis.

The BLC is especially grateful for their partnership with Boston Cares. In 2010 Boston Cares provided the BLC with 387 individual volunteers and 3,554 hours of volunteer time!

We would like to thank Boston Cares for their unwavering dedication to our mission and membership, and also congratulate them on their 20 years of service to the city of Boston.


Because we are all living with HIV in our communities, volunteers are a special part of what makes the BLC such a wonderful space.

Volunteers help make it all possible at the BLC. help to serve the HIV/AIDS Community!

Learn how YOU can help!

Take a look at a photo gallery of all our wonderful volunteers.


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