Despite snapping a three-game winning streak recently, the Boston Celtics are cooking up something good.

Celtics center Kendrick Perkins, forward Shelden Williams, co-owner and managing partner Stephen Pagliuca and Celtics Women’s Group member Judy Pagliuca, among other C's staffers cooked for the women and children of Rosie’s Place, located at 889 Harrison Ave., feeding roughly 150 homeless people.

“On behalf of the Boston Celtics, and the Shamrock Foundation, we are thrilled to provide a warm meal and much-needed resources to the friends and families of Rosie’s Place," said Celtics Director of Community Relations Rebekah Splaine. "They are an amazing organization in our community, and have helped save many lives, and we are proud to be a part of that impact.”