Our Partners

Lucy Parsons Bookstore

The Lucy Parsons Center is an independent, non-profit, volunteer-run radical bookstore and community space in Boston. Its well-stocked bookstore offers new and used books and more than 200 magazines, newspapers, and journals, covering every wing of the progressive movement. PBP’s affiliation with the Lucy Parsons Center allows us satisfy prisons’ common requirement that books sent to prisoners originate from a bookstore or other vendor. For more information, please visit www.lucyparsons.org.

United First Parish Church

Also know as “the Church of the Presidents,” UFPC has provided us with office space at nominal rent since 2004. Although we have no affiliation to the church, we could not operate without its support and we treasure the light-filled space in which our volunteers operate. We share the building with a vibrant array of other community activities. It is also the final resting place of presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams as well as their wives. Visit www.ufpc.org for more information on this historic building.

United First Parish Church Photo

United First Parish Church

Better World Books

Better World Books is an online bookseller and social capital pioneer. The organization sells books on behalf of PBP and remits a percentage of earnings which fund our postage costs. For more information please visit www.betterworldbooks.com

Big Hearted Books

Big Hearted Books collects unwanted books and other media and redistributes them to people who can use them. For various reasons we cannot use every book that is donated to us. Big Hearted Books sorts through the books we can’t use and sells or donates them to community groups. They also have been our most consistent supplier of dictionaries. In their first year of business Big Hearted Books kept over 100 tons of books out of landfills by recycling. For more information please visit www.bigheartedbooks.com.

City Mission Society of Boston

The City Mission Society (CMS) promotes a just society for all people by uniting communities and transforming individuals through service, education, and advocacy. CMS programs help youth and adults achieve their full potential while providing opportunities for congregations and communities to engage in social action and change. Throughout each year, both adult and youth groups from CMS volunteer at PBP. In addition, CMS is a key partner for our annual book drive. For more information, please visit www.cmsboston.org.