This is the story of a single mother who soon after becoming very sick with a cancer that was difficult to cure, lost her job and with it, her insurance. The rest of the house of cards then fell quickly down: she fell behind on her bills, lost her home and her...
One day, a stranger overheard a conversation and jumped in to help. That simple act led to a realization that others would want to help too, if only they knew about the poverty struggles children and families in the system face, which could be alleviated if only a...
We were so honored to have Attorney General Andrea Campbell speak, not only because she is such a committed advocate for underserved children and families, but also because she has lived experience in the foster care and justice system.
Listen to Naomi Eisenberger, Founding Executive Director of The Good People Fund, speak with Anne Bader-Martin about One Can Help. OCH is also honored to be highlighted in their 2020 Annual Report. Read the full article
How a small group in Newton helps underserved children and families across the state.
"This is an organization that is about leveling the playing field for children and families that need it most, to improve their lives and help set them up for success. You can not go wrong with that." ~ Maura Healey
Committee for Public Counsel Service (CPCS) recognized Anne Bader-Martin among others Defending the People of Massachusetts in its March 26th newsletter.
Racial injustice, inequities and the law are all intertwined. (This article, written by Anne Bader-Martin, was published by the American Bar Association.) One day, a juvenile-court-appointed attorney sat in a Dunkin’ Donuts across from her pregnant 15-year-old client...
Nice story in the Newton TAB about Newton's Commonwealth Heroines including OCH's Anne Bader-Martin. Congratulations to all! Read the full article
Professionals in the field share their experience with how One Can Help's flexible assistance is able to reach their clients.
Let these inspiring leaders move and encourage you.
A teen, a mother, a social worker, a lawyer, and Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, speak about One Can Help in 2018.
One Can Help is grateful to Simmons College students who created this wonderful video. We can accomplish great things if we work together!