Every month, The Flee Market brings a variety of new ideas to light. From focused themes to special collaborations, no two Flees are alike. One thing remains the same though: a % of all proceeds get donated to local charities to help keep building our city stronger.



Details coming soon.

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We are always excited to collaborate with local businesses and international organizations in new ways. reach out with the buttons below to inquire about becoming a sponsor or vendor.



Ranging from vintage to fresh-off-the-press, our clothing vendors cater to different needs and different aesthetics while telling one cohesive story about entrepreneurship.


Being a “starving artist” is a thing of the past. Those who pop up at The Flee have seen the light in monetizing their skills to create a life of financial independence and creative freedom.


Vibes for the masses, we bring in the city’s best emerging DJs and musical performances to the forefront to entertain, inspire, and express.


Partnering with local brewers, we highlight wine, beers, ciders and spirits from around the New England area who have a story to tell and a cold glass to go with it.

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We require all of our participating vendors & ourself as an organization to donate a % of all proceeds to charities of our choice to keep creating the change we wish to see in the world. Below are some of our favorites.


Artists for humanity

“Artists For Humanity’s (AFH) mission is to bridge economic, racial, and social divisions by providing under-resourced urban youth with the keys to self- sufficiency through paid employment in art and design. Our mission is built on twin philosophies: Engagement in the creative process is a powerful force for social change, and creative entrepreneurship is a productive and life-changing opportunity for young people and their communities.”
Artists for Humanity


boston area rape crisis center

“BARCC provides free, confidential support and services to survivors of sexual violence ages 12 and up and their families and friends. We work with survivors of all genders, and our goal is to empower survivors to heal and seek justice in ways that are meaningful to them. We meet the needs of survivors in crisis and long after, and we also assist them as they navigate the health-care, criminal legal, social service, and school systems.”
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center


colors of change

“Color Of Change is the nation’s largest online racial justice organization. We help people respond effectively to injustice in the world around us. As a national online force driven by more than 1.4 million members, we move decision-makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people in America.”
- Colors of Change



“The Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place for kids that is supervised by paid professional staff who offer fun and engaging programs for kids at only $25 a year! Members can drop in anytime to engage in fun, safe, and healthy activities. The Clubs offer a wide variety of programs to meet the needs of various ages and interests – leadership and volunteering programs, homework help, computers, games, sports, dance, arts and crafts, discussion groups, college prep, youth employment and more. Boys & Girls Clubs offer something for every young person.”
- Boys & Girls Club of Stoneham & Wakefield


rosie’s place

“Rosie's Place was founded in 1974 as the first women’s shelter in the United States. Our mission is to provide a safe and nurturing environment that helps poor and homeless women maintain their dignity, seek opportunity and find security in their lives.”
Rosie’s Place


826 boston

“826 Boston is a nonprofit youth writing and publishing organization that empowers traditionally underserved students ages 6-18 to find their voices, tell their stories, and gain communication skills to succeed in school and in life.”
- 826 Boston