For $375 you can sponsor-a-night to support the increased demand for LTLC programs and services experienced this winter. This will help provide a warm, clean bed as well as two nutritious meals for 150 of our clients. Your name, group or company’s name will be added to the Sponsor-a-Night Calendar on our website and on social media.
Make an online payment or send a donation to: Lowell Transitional Living Center Attn: Sponsor-a-Night 205-209 Middlesex Street Lowell, MA 01852.

Be a Dinner Donor!

We need your help providing meals to some of the most vulnerable people in the Greater Lowell area. Our meals program cooks and serves 3 meals a day, 365 days a year, providing an average of 350 meals each day. Through our Dinner Donor program you can sponsor a meal on a date of your choosing….a great way to honor a birthday, or remember a special person. Learn how here (PDF).

Volunteers Needed!

Can you give a few hours a week or month? Our volunteers are critical to helping run our programs. If you believe in our mission to serve, please consider donating your time and talent. Can you serve on a fundraising committee? Organize a drive at work? Provide administrative help? Learn more about volunteering here.


Hunger and homelessness happen for a number of reasons - job loss, illness, disability, trauma, poor choices, to name a few.  Whatever the cause, the LTLC provides meals, emergency shelter, and transitional and supportive housing to those who are hungry, homeless, or who need support to remain in their homes.

For so many who have lost hope, the LTLC people and programs help restore dignity and self-respect. With the help of our case managers, individuals take important steps toward self-sufficiency by confronting the reasons they are homeless, and then work to make the changes necessary to find housing and live independently.


1986 A group of compassionate citizens concerned with homeless adults sleeping in cars open the 20 bed Middlesex Shelter.  The shelter provides beds, hot meals, and shower facilities to men and women. Read more…



This year Lowell Transitional Living Center will celebrate twenty-five years of service to the homeless in the Merrimack Valley.  In that time, literally tens of thousands of individuals have found it necessary to seek the kind of help that all of us never wish to. 

There is no prototypical homeless man or woman.  Read more…


The Lowell Transitional Living Center continues to be of paramount importance to the community as a whole, and the most vulnerable individuals in the community in which it serves.  Our dedicated staff and administration continue to strive to provide a safe and supportive environment for our clients. Read more…

Gary A. Baker, President Chelmsford
Annmarie Galli, Vice President Winchester
Ellen Breen, Treasurer Westford
Phil Maynard, Secretary Chelmsford
Larry Beane, Lawyer Lowell
Kathy Brough Chelmsford
Patricia Cox Lowell
Sean Moriarty Tyngsboro
Margaret Quinlan Lowell
Michael Szabados Concord
John Gianino (Emeritus) Lowell

Chairman of the Board of Directors Gary A. Baker board@ltlc.org
Executive Director Joshua White executivedirector@ltlc.org
Client Services Director Anne Malavich casemanager@ltlc.org
Volunteer Coordinator volunteer@ltlc.org
Director of Development Jennifer Sagalyn jsagalyn@ltlc.org


Lowell Transitional Living Center • 205-209 Middlesex Street • Lowell, MA 01852 • Tel: 978-458-9888