HINGHAM — More than 700 guests attended the 25th annual FoodFest benefit for Father Bill’s and MainSpring at the Hingham Shipyard. The event, held on July 30, 2019, featured dishes from South Shore restaurants and raised more than $350,000 to help fight homelessness in the area — including the construction of 10 houses in Randolph for homeless veterans. Photos by Bill Brett

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PHOTO BY BILL BRETT Jim Brett, president and CEO of the New England Council, Mayor Walsh’s mother, Mary, Mayor Walsh, and his girlfriend, Lorrie Higgins. By Staff SEAPORT — 500 guests attended Health Care for the Homeless Program’s annual gala, which honored Boston’s Mayor Marty Walsh for his work with those in the city facing homelessness. More more than $1 million was raised for its programs. The Medicine That Matters gala was held at the…

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SEAPORT — 600 guests attended the New England Center and Home for Veterans’ 16th annual “Leave No One Behind” gala, which was held on Oct. 10 at the World Trade Center in Boston. The NECHV event marked the 100th anniversary of The Armistice when the guns fell silent on the Western Front, ending World War I, which was called the “Great War.” That Armistice Day became Veterans Day; a national holiday to honor all of…

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