Last week, we had the great privilege to thank our core volunteers with an evening of camaraderie, gratitude, and Irish soda bread. We are an entirely volunteer-led organization so the compassion and dedication of these individuals brings our mission to life.

This year, we were able to graduate 51 ESOL students, conduct 246 hours of ESOL programming, host 4 community meetings for up to 200 people each, expand our community meetings beyond Boston by introducing a live streaming option, and put on 4 workshops exploring the teachings of our faith traditions. Without these individuals, this would not have been possible.

Volunteering for A Faith That Does Justice has many faces. We fit individuals to the opportunity, not the other way around. Whether your interest lies in teaching ESOL classes to immigrants eager to learn English, using your networking skills to expand the reach of the organization, or assisting in the day to day operations, there is an opportunity for you to put your faith into action with A Faith That Does Justice. To learn more about volunteering, visit

We are eternally grateful for the hardworking individuals who make our work possible. We would not be here without them.

Volunteers lined up and looking at the camera