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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.

Click here for information and supporting documents about the new Driver’s License Law.

Starting July 2023, undocumented citizens in Massachusetts will be able to obtain a Driver’s License.

MassHealth Redetermination

See flyer or call 617-202-5775 for more information.

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Facebook Lives

Check out our latest Facebook lives and keep yourself informed about what's going on in our community!

Message Us on WhatsApp

New WhatsApp number! You can send text or voice messages to (617) 202-5775.

Community Organizing

Get Informed. Know your rights!
We have monthly vaccination clinics, no insurance needed. COVID-19 and flu shot!

Civic Engagement

Join us! Walk into the group to have FREE voter registration help, letter of attorney help, and help with DACA renewal (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.

Brazilian Independence Day Festival

In Boston, September 3- 8, 2024
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.

Our Projects

Radio Estação Mulher

Listen to 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? Call us at 617-202-5775 to learn more!

Vida Verde

Under construction!

Legal Rights of Domestic Workers

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

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