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PINCH, President and Executive Direct, Frank Sullivan (left) shares a laugh with Scotty Malone, a Boston Fire Department District Chief, during the People In Neighborhoods Can Help annual fundraiser and awards ceremony.

The PINCH Foundation honored Steve Slyne with the Paul McLaughlin "We Will Always Remember" Award. Steve, West Roxbury's favorite ham, owned and operated Slyne's Delicatessen, on Centre Street (today the Real Deal and Sugar Bakery) for more than 40 years. 

"Life is a cinch when you are there in a pinch" ~ Frank Sullivan
Frank substituting for Santa, and having some fun with his small, yet HUGE hearted neighbors 

PINCH Foundation Annual Spirit Award Dinner. Pictures are Founder Frank Sullivan presenting  awards at a celebration that was hosted at the Elks Lodge in West Roxbury. Attendees included community members, local business owners, and local political figures as well (Boston Mayor  Thomas Menino stopped to congratulate award recipients). 
Amy Gregorio's PINCH packs a Punch!
Congratulations to the PINCH Foundation (Past & Present) Honorees!!!

From left to right: Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, Senator Michael Rush, Suzanne Sears, Theresa Monahan and Martin Bligh.
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Frank Sullivan congratulates Darryl Dorsainvil, the 2014 recipient of the PINCH Steven L.W. Dhooge, Scholarship. Destined for greatness,
Darryl was honored due to his selflessness, enthusiasm and the manner in which his smile lights up the world for those in a PINCH!

Loved by all, "K" Malone is congratulated by PINCH Executive Director, Frank Sullivan, as she accepts the 2014 Margaret "Meg" Beatty, "Mother's Unconditional Love" Award.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, far right, Lisa Sullivan, and Frank Sullivan, far left, congratulate Vinny Marino, as he accepts the PINCH Foundation's 2017 "Jack Leary Quiet Leadership" Award.

South Boston's Billy and Rachel Higgins, and their grandchildren, had a great time at the 2017 PINCH award ceremony and fundraiser

Billy Higgins, 2015 Jack Leary Quiet Leadership Award recipient, along with his wife, Rachel, and their grandchildren.