For many survivors of traumatic events, dealing with everyday life could take a toll on one's mental health. The Boston Public Health Commission has a division that helps these families deal with their trauma, with one of the members also serving as a pastor.
The Malden First Church of the Nazarene in Massachusetts has recently announced opening a cooling center for locals around the area. The project is funded by the Malden City government and reportedly welcomes everyone in the city.
The St. Clement Church in Medford, Massachusetts, a few miles away from Boston, recently opened its newly-built community refrigerator and pantry for the public and donors who want to give out groceries. The local church's Blessed Andrew Phu-Yen Parish is in partnership with two Massachusetts-based groups, YouthBuild Just A Start and Somerville Community Fridge.
A single mother from Uxbridge, Massachusetts, is seeking help from everyone after the death of her teenage son, who got into a car accident. A GoFundMe is already available for anyone who wants to donate to the local family.
One of the Boston Celtics' legendary players and deemed an NBA superstar, William Felton Russell, also known as Bill Russell, recently died at the age of 88. The family members of Russell said their gratitude to all people who prayed for the former basketball player.