The CITYPAK Project is working with Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, which has eighty locations throughout Boston. On Wednesday, April 9th, five of those locations will be utilized for health fairs. Services that will be offered include general health screenings and vital signs, nutritional counseling, budgeting and financial education, dental and eye exams, and dermatology screenings.
From 9:00 – 11:00 a.m., health fairs will be held at New England Center for Homeless Veterans, St. Francis House and Jean Yawkey Place. From 1:00 – 3:00 p.m., there will be two health fairs at Pine Street Inn one at the men’s clinic and one at the women’s.
“In the spirit of philanthropy, humanity and the relationship with our clients at High Sierra, Hill & Partners has pledged to lend support for the 2014 Boston CITYPAK Project to aid in relief for homeless individuals,”
Hill & Partners will provide staff to help volunteer on April 9th, and will partake in the fundraising efforts as well. From now through Sunday, March 30th, they are offering a dollar donation match up to $5,000. As an additional option for those who would like to contribute support, $1 per each new follower on the Hill & Partners Company LinkedIn page (http://linkedin.com/
About Hill & Partners
Hill & Partners is a full-service team of branded environment specialists with a network of skilled partners throughout the country and world. Hill & Partners have provided professional exhibit management services that help clients manage and improve the results of their trade show exhibit program for over 19 years. Experience is a key factor in their long running relationships with clients including Polartec LLC, Dunkin’ Brands, GTECH, Samsonite and General Cigar. Hill & Partners, established in 1995, has received numerous awards and accolades including being named by the Boston Business Journal as one of the Boston area's fastest growing companies. For additional information, please call 617.471.7990 or visit www.hillpartners.com.
Founded by Chicago businessman and philanthropist Ron Kaplan in 2012, the CITYPAK Project provides a safe, convenient and versatile backpack uniquely designed to meet the constantly changing needs of the homeless. Inspired by the simple desire to create something that would make life on the streets of Chicago a little easier, he shared his idea with the design team at the international adventure travel gear manufacturer High Sierra. The ongoing goal: to design and provide a useful, high quality backpack for the homeless. For more information, please visit www.citypak.org.