Phillips Brooks House Association

The Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) is a student-run, community-based, nonprofit public service organization at Harvard University. PBHA is the umbrella organization for 86 student-directed programs with more than 1400 volunteers participating in a wide range of service activities. These programs strive for change on multiple levels in the Boston and Cambridge communities. PBHA’s dual focused mission is to provide vital resources to local communities and grow public service leaders.

‘Black Lives Matter’ co-founder honored for her work

Cambridge, National, Community Service and Civic Life, Phillips Brooks House Association

November 2, 2015 at 1:45 pm

Words have power. Among the most potent words of recent years is the phrase “Black lives matter... More

Growing up, giving back

Cambridge, Community Service and Civic Life, Education Resources, Phillips Brooks House Association

August 12, 2015 at 2:30 pm

In the first 10 minutes of watching Javion Rookard in action, the 19-year-old director of the... More


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PBHA is a student-run public service organization with 86 programs and 1400 volunteers participating in a range of service activities.