Prince Lobel Volunteers at Women’s Lunch Place

Firm News · December 13, 2012

In partnership with Boloco, Prince Lobel volunteers recently served a burrito lunch to approximately 175 women at the Women’s Lunch Place.  Located in Back Bay, Women’s Lunch Place is a
daytime refuge for women and children who are poor and homeless.

Prince Lobel’s team of volunteers, comprising both attorneys and staff, included Craig M. Tateronis, Michael P. Ross, Thomas M. Elcock, Darren L. Braham, James W. Lawson, Brian S. Grossman, Amanda Alarie, Jane England, Jessica Johnson, Hanh Hua, and Keisha Gayle-Luz.

Supporting the Women’s Lunch Place is part of Prince Lobel’s ongoing commitment to helping those in our community who are struggling and need assistance. The firm, under the guidance of the Prince Lobel Foundation, is also a sponsor of the Women’s Lunch Place annual Spaghetti Dinner, an event that raises critical funds to support their daily operations.

(left to right) Firm attorney and Boston City Councilor Michael P. Ross; Michelle McGee, President Board of Directors Women’s Lunch Place; Prince Lobel Managing Partner Craig M. Tateronis.

Boloco CEO John Pepper, Michael Ross


Michael Ross; Women’s Lunch Place Executive Director Sharon Reilly; Craig Tateronis; WLP Support Coordinator Linda Burston

Prince Lobel volunteers and Women’s Lunch Place guests