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Breaking the Cycle of Young Adult

Homelessness.

Through purposeful transitional employment, we empower young adults experiencing homelessness to build stability in their own lives while building resilience in their communities.

Follow our journey at @breaktime on Instagram.

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Delivering Double Impact

At Breaktime, our young adult associates are not only launching their careers, but they are also working to build food resilience around Boston.

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Transitional employment opportunities created for young adults experiencing homelessness in 2020.

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Nutritious meals served by Breaktime's young adult associates to families in need across Greater Boston in 2020.

Our Mission

Breaktime is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that works to end young adult homelessness.

We operate Boston’s first transitional employment program for young adults experiencing homelessness in which young adults launch their careers, nurture their talents, and serve their communities.

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— Cam, Breaktime Associate

"It brings me joy to work at Breaktime. I couldn't feel more useful. Breaktime has given me a sense of comfort and home."

Forbes 30 under 30 recognizes Breaktime co-founders

Boston youth-led organization fighting homelessness gets support from Martin Richard Foundation

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This youth-led startup is working to employ Boston's homeless young adults

This cafe will have a mission: Help homeless youth

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Serving up job training

Breaktime receives grant from Boston Resiliency Fund

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Some of our supporters

Every contribution directly supports our mission of elevating young adults out of homelessness. 

Let's do this

together.

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©2020 Breaktime

(617) 286-6047

170 Portland Street, Boston, MA 02114

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