These organizations are fighting for the success of every child and young adult.
They are tackling some of our community’s most pressing issues in education, child health, youth job readiness, and family economic mobility. SVP Boston is honored to be their accomplice.
Trinity Boston Foundation aims to unlock opportunity and change the odds for the youth of Boston. Founded in 2007, Trinity Boston Foundation serves more than 500 Boston youth each year through a portfolio of programs focused on community, education, health and wellness, character and leadership development as well as clinical counseling services. Read More »
Union Capital Boston, founded in 2012, is an approach to overcome the poverty trap for individuals, families, and communities. UCB builds and mobilizes low-income communities by combining an easy-to-use website and financial rewards to encourage its members to attend education, finance, health, and community events. Read More »
Families First Parenting Programs promotes the secure and nurturing parent-child relationships that are the foundation of every child’s well-being and future success. It does so by providing parenting workshop series exclusively to clients of their partner organizations: schools, early education centers, and social service organizations around the Greater Boston area, in Brockton, and in Lynn. Read More »
SVP is honored to have worked with more than 15 nonprofits since 2002.
Read more about some of these inspiring organizations.
Silver Lining Mentoring (formerly Adoption & Foster Care Mentoring) empowers youth in foster care to flourish through committed mentoring relationships and the development of essential life skills. Silver Lining Mentoring provides a targeted, specialized mentoring service for young people who have been removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect. Read More »
Our mission is to grow a thoughtful and productive community of youth and adults from diverse backgrounds who work together to build a sustainable food system. We produce healthy food for residents of the city and suburbs and provide youth leadership opportunities. Most importantly, we strive to inspire and support others to create change in their own communities. Read More »
Since 1967 we have been a resource and a place of support for individuals on the streets, serving over 800 individuals a year. Founded to provide a safe haven for runaway and drug addicted teens, today we create jobs, supply housing, offer skill training and provide long-term wraparound support services to help adults overcome their homeless circumstances and to live independently with dignity. Read More »
Just a few years ago, Boston’s Clarence Edwards Middle School was on the verge of being shut down. But by 2009, the Edwards had risen to become one of the highest performing middle schools in Boston, dramatically narrowing achievement gaps for its disadvantaged students. Read More »
Bottom Line was founded in 1997 to improve our community by helping low-income and first-generation-to-college youth get into college, graduate from college, and go far in life. Since then, we have helped thousands of students improve their lives and build stronger communities as role models, leaders, parents, and friends. Read More »
The Boston Debate League (BDL) was founded in 2005 to extend the benefits of debate to students who needed them most. In the 2013-14 academic year, over 900 students participated in the After-School Debate League – up from 611 the previous year and from 76 just five years ago. Read More »
826 Boston is dedicated to supporting students ages 6-18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Our services are structured around the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success. Read More »