Category: Good Deeds (page 2 of 4)

The United Way: Helping Parents

United Way has developed and funded many programs that nurture communities, and more specifically, families in need. One great example of such programs is the Early Childhood System of Care. The ECSOS established a network of community-based services that are meant to support the needs of very young children, as well as their families. They […]

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United Way: Helping Boston Youth

United Way is a great organization that does a large amount of good deeds in our communities. One of the ways they help to promote progress in the communities they serve is through youth outreach. They have a number of youth outreach programs, but one of our favorites is undoubtedly Youth Venture. This group solicits […]

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20 Years of Improving Vision

Leslie Saul & Associates is celebrating 20 years of dedication to making a better place in which to live, to learn, to age, to work and to play. Over the last 20 years, Leslie has seen the world through many pairs of glasses and we thought it would be fun to share some of her […]

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The United Way – Helping People Build a Bright Future

Why do we love the United Way? Simple – The United Way does some amazing things for some equally amazing people.  One example is Susan, a single mom who was living at a homeless shelter with her two young sons. With the help of Father Bills & MainSpring, Susan was able to overcome homelessness and […]

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We're turning 20! Help us Celebrate by Donating to the United Way

Leslie Saul and Associates is turning 20, and we think that’s cause to celebrate! Giving back is an important value for our architecture firm, so we have created a campaign to benefit the United Way in honor of this milestone.  We have been long term supporters of the United Way and can’t think of a […]

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Serving Up Style

Just as we finish the Halloween candy and put away the ghouls and carved pumpkins, we turn our thoughts to the next holiday on the calendar.    Of course,  we are talking about Thanksgiving.  Setting the table is such a big part of setting the mood for the feast.   How do you set your […]

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Architecture for All People

At some point in our lives each of us will experience a disability, be it a sports injury, arthritis, a bad back, or another condition. It makes good sense for a building to be able to accommodate every member of a family at every point in their lives. Think back to a time when you […]

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Riding to "Keep sMyelin"- Year 3

Full of anticipation for this weekend, Monique, from Leslie Saul & Associates, will be participating in “The Cape Cod Getaway.”   This is the largest MS ride in New England, with riders cycling over 150 miles in two days from Boston to Provincetown, raising money for research projects and services for  people with Multiple Sclerosis. On […]

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What if Congress Worked for Us?

Our friend and Client, Gloria Romero Roses, is running for Congresss.  Please help support her.   What if Congress Worked for Us? I’ve lived the American dream and built a life for my family by seizing the great opportunities our country has to offer. I’m running for Congress because I’m worried that the people we elected […]

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Leslie Saul & Associates is Taking a Stand Against Racism

Leslie Saul & Associates is Taking a Stand Against Racism Won’t you stand with us?   On Friday, April 27, Leslie Saul & Associates is participating in the  YMCA of Boston’s 3rd annual Stand Against Racism. Stand Against Racism is a national day of action to raise awareness that racism still exists in our communities and […]

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