One thing’s for certain: Winter showed up with a vengeance in Boston this year. When the temperature is dipping into the single digits and the outside world has that frozen tundra look, the last thing anyone wants to do is go out to shop. Don’t worry – you can still peruse the best of Boomerangs – without leaving your warm bed – through our online stores! Boomerangs is on all your favorite shopping sites: Amazon, Etsy, and eBay.

Our Amazon shop is all about books, which are the perfect companions to snuggle up with on a cold winter’s day. From how-tos and historical nonfiction to graphic novels and thrilling page-turners, we have thousands of gently used books to choose from. We recommend adding a fuzzy blanket and a cup of hot chocolate to your reading experience for maximum coziness.

One of our most popular sections at Boomerangs has always been the clothing, where you can regularly find modern styles and fantastic vintage pieces. Our Etsy store is a curated collection of some of our best clothing and accessory finds. We have vintage couture, art deco jewelry, rare handbags, and so much more to satisfy your fashion cravings. The next time you brave the outside world, you’ll look fabulous doing it.

Last but not least, our eBay store has an always changing selection of unique finds for the home, body, and mind. Next time cabin fever starts setting in, mix things up by starting a friendly bidding war. There’s nothing like the thrill of victory – and the reward of winning a one-of-a-kind treasure while supporting a great cause!

So there you have it: Three ways to enjoy the best of Boomerangs and help our community stay healthy through the work of the AIDS Action Committee, all without changing out of your pajamas. Happy shopping, and keep it cozy!




Bren Cole

About Bren Cole

Bren Cole is Content Creation and Social Media Manager at Fenway Health, where she oversees social media communications as well as email, website, and blog content for both Fenway and AIDS Action Committee. She also serves as an Ambassador for the Boston chapter of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and is a member of the Young Leaders Council at Fenway Health.