Make the difference today!

We are a community-based organization that depends on the support of people like you.

Your contribution will support our work empowering immigrant women through education, health, financial independence, voter registration, community organizing and advocating for change.

We have a new WhatsApp number! You can send text or voice messages to (617) 202-5775.

Immigrants Rights

We promote FREE immigration clinics, besides community meetings, legal assistance and know your rights sessions.

Community Organizing

Get Informed. Know your rights!
Click here to find important documents published by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office and other community resources.

Civic Engagement

Join us! Walk into the group to have FREE homework help, citizenship classes, ESL classes and voter registration (also available online).

Women's Empowerment

Monthly gatherings on alternative activities aimed at alleviating our daily tensions. Call 617-202-5775 to reserve your spot. Space is limited.

At Brazilian Women’s Group – 697 Cambridge St. #106, Brighton
For more information – visit our Events Page, call to 617-202-5775 or send a message on WhatsApp to 617-843-3498.

At Espaço DigaAí – 151b Pearl Street, Boston
Every first Friday of the month. This event is organized by the BWG, Espaço DigaAí with the support of the Consulate of Brazil in Boston, and presented by curator Allan Oliveira. Free and open to the public. 

At Boston, September 3 – 8, 2019
The Festival is the largest gathering event of the Brazilian community in New England. All events are FREE and OPEN to the public. This is a project of the BWG, and is supported by the Consulate General of Brazil in Boston and the Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers – MAPS.

What we do

Our projects

Listen the Brazilian Women’s Group radio show. Interviews, opinions, ideas, an open dialogue with our community. Be a part of Estação Mulher! Call in to participate live (617-884-1230).

Do you know your rights and how to protect yourself from worker right violations? All domestic workers are invited to participate in two workshops to learn about the Bill of Rights in Massachusetts. Get certificate!

Vida Verde Women’s Co-Op offers a series of training on the risks of cleaning with chemicals and how to make natural cleaning products that protect yours and your clients’ health and the environment. Be a part of it.

When you first get hired as a domestic worker, your employer must give you written information about your legal rights. Click here to learn more. Also available in Spanish and Portuguese at www.mass.gov/ago/dw.

ENGAGE YOURSELF. YOUR CONTRIBUTION CAN TRANSFORM WOMEN’S LIFE.