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Only ONE MORE WEEK until the 9th Annual Sweet Soul Supper!

i Jun 12th No Comments by

We can’t wait to see you Thursday for our biggest fundraiser and celebration of the year!

Thursday, June 19th * 6:30 – 10:30pm
MIT’s Morss Hall * Walker Memorial
142 Memorial Drive * Cambridge, MA

Not sure where to go? Follow the links for more details!

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SSS Event Map

Haven’t bought a ticket yet? No worries, there is still time!

Eventbrite - Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House's 9th Annual Sweet Soul Supper


Welcoming Summer with Brand New Bikes!

i Jun 5th No Comments by

Thanks to Cycle Kids, Inc and Cambridge City Councilor Marc McGovern, our kids got brand new bikes on Tuesday! Check out the pics below from our annual Welcome Summer party, a backyard festival with food, music, and plenty of fun.

Welcome Summer Party!

i May 26th No Comments by

Please join us for our annual Summer Party here at the house to kick-off the season:

Tuesday, June 3

6 p.m.

We will be receiving an AMAZING donation from Cycle Kids, Inc. with the help of our friend, Cambridge City Councillor, Marc McGovern!  Our youth will be the happy recipients of 28 BIKES to enjoy this summer! We will be celebrating the start of summer with this amazing gift and we hope many of our friends and supporters will join us here at the house for this fun event!

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We can’t wait for summer!

Thanksgiving Turkey Drive 2013!

i Nov 12th No Comments by

Thanksgiving6As Thanksgiving 2013 quickly approaches we still need 200 more turkeys! It’s the giving season– don’t miss out on supporting a truly great cause! Our emergency food pantry feeds over 3,000 people annually and gave away 400 turkey baskets last year! Help us reach that goal again this year by donating now! Use our PayPal on the right hand side of this page or mail a check to: 71 Cherry Street, Cambridge, MA, 02139.

Questions? Call us! (617) 547-4680 or email Director of Programs, Mark Stearns: mstearns@ok4.a4b.myftpupload.com

Area IV Pride Day Photos Are Here!

i Oct 10th No Comments by

PrideDayGirlsCheck out these photos our talented MFNH volunteer from Lesley University, Natalie Cohen, took at the 11th Annual Area IV Pride Day this past September! It was the most well-attended pride day ever (thanks in large part to MFNH’s Area IV Coordinator Roscoe Thomas!) and Columbia Park was just bursting with community, music, food, and fun. Make sure to join us next year, we are already looking forward to it!

Save The Date: 11th Annual Area 4 Community Pride Day!

i Aug 1st No Comments by

We are excited that in a little over a month it will be time, yet again, to celebrate our community and its members. This year’s Area 4 Community Pride Day promises to be a great time for the whole family. There will be plenty of delicious food and live entertainment, not to mention pony rides and bouncy houses to keep the kids occupied. Please join us to celebrate the pride and support we all have for the Area 4 community.

Date: Saturday September 7th, 2013
Time: 12:00-5:00 PM
Place: Clement Morgan Park (Columbia Park)



Sweet Soul Supper: Thank You!

i Jul 16th No Comments by

We want to extend a huge thank you to everyone who came out to the 8th Annual Sweet Soul Supper in support of the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House. Additionally, many thanks to all those who donated if they were unable to attend the event in person. The pictures from the event just arrived and they look amazing! Check out a sneak peak below. To see the full collection visit either our Facebook page or view the photo-stream on Flickr.


Sweet Soul Supper 2013

i Apr 12th No Comments by

Join us at our 8th Annual Sweet Soul Super! 

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 Our 8th Annual Sweet Soul Supper is Thursday, June 27, 2013 at MIT’s Walker Memorial!

Buy tickets now or contact us if you have questions at 617-547-4680.

Eventbrite - Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House's 9th Annual Sweet Soul Supper


Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger

i Apr 4th No Comments by

On Sunday, May 5th, our team is walking together in Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger.

Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger brings thousands of people to our state’s capital each year to raise money for antihunger programs, and to promote awareness about the face of hunger in our communities. At the 2012 Walk for Hunger, 43,000 people came together and raised $3.6 million!

By participating in the 2013 Walk for Hunger, we are pledging to make a difference in three important ways:

• To help spread the word about the need for hunger relief in our state
• To support and fund both short– and long-term solutions that make a real, lasting difference for those in need
• To show the world that hunger isn’t something to be ashamed of . . . it’s something we can alleviate, prevent, and END.

We are honored to be a part of The Walk for Hunger, and passionate about what we can do when we work together.

By sponsoring our team, you help change thousands of lives across our state. (more…)

Margaret Fuller House Recognized as City of Cambridge Wins National Health Award

i Feb 22nd No Comments by

Cambridge, MA (February 22, 2013)– The Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH) was thrilled to be recognized for its health programming and education efforts yesterday as the city of Cambridge received the Inaugural Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Roadmaps to Health Prize.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the nation’s largest national philanthropy devoted to health and health care, awarded this prestigious prize to only six communities across the country.  Cambridge was chosen for its innovative, collaborative approach in the areas of healthy eating and physical activity; strengthening families; progressive urban planning; and integrating local public health within various City departments, community agencies and the Cambridge Health Alliance.

Standing at the far right, Barbara Kibler, Executive Director of MFNH, poses with city officials after Cambridge receives the Robert Wood Johnson’s inaugural Roadmaps to Health Prize on Feb. 20.

“We were extremely proud to stand beside city officials yesterday and present to a national audience the work that we’ve done together to build a healthy and strong Area IV community,” said Barbara Kibler, Executive Director.

Over the past several years, the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House has worked closely with the Cambridge Public Health Department and with the guidance of the Men of Color Task Force to develop the Men’s Health League—a program addressing health disparities and access to Health care for over 500 men of color. We have also collaboratively designed and implemented diabetes support groups with the Cambridge Community Center and with the guidance of the Public Health Department. (more…)