Your Gift Makes Youth Leadership Happen!
As a 501c3, your contribution to The City School is tax-deductible to the fullest
extent of the law.
to The City School and
help hundreds of teenagers develop into positive, active leaders
in our communities.
discuss other ways you can support incredible leadership opportunities
to young people, please contact Seth Kirshenbaum or Ruby Reyes,
Co-Executive Directors, at email@example.com
or at 617.822.3075.
supporters provided the means to hire approximately 100 young people
in our after-school, weekend and summer programs -- teens who honed
their leadership skills and became proactive, positive role models
for their peers – while gaining valuable job skills and getting
teens were hired as youth staff during the academic year and summer.
They crafted workshops to help peers learn the elements
of youth leadership; co-led portions of our summer, weekend, after-school
and drop-in programming; organized events; and did outreach, administrative,
development and advocacy work.
teens received stipends in our Summer Leadership Program,
and interned for up to 16 hours each week at dozens of nonprofit
organizations throughout Greater Boston.
98 teens developed
valuable job skills and work experience. Just as important,
they learned the value of doing work that promotes youth leadership
among their peers and social justice in their communities.
to the support of so many who make this youth work possible.
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Our work is possible because of the commitment and dedication
of so many generous donors and volunteers who allow our programming
to thrive. Each year, hundreds of teens from the city and surrounding
communities gain invaluable life experiences and leadership skills
through the individuals and institutions that support us. With
sincere gratitude, we thank all of those who through their generosity
and belief in the work we do, help young people live the promise
we see in them. On behalf of everyone in The City School community, a heartfelt
Special Thank You to the 4C's Society
4C’s Society is a very special community of individuals,
families and institutions who, through multi-year pledges, support
our youth programming in a significant and ongoing way.
Named after our four elements of leadership – critical thinking,
consciousness, communication, and community building – the
Society is essential to our long-range planning and growth.
We are ever grateful to 4C’s Society members who
generously last fiscal year.
Below we list Institutional and In-Kind Donors for Fy13. Individuals
are not listed in order to protect their privacy.
AGM Summer Fund
Alice Dorr Foundation
Alternatives for Community and Environment (REEP)
Amelia Peabody Foundation
Aronson Foundation, Inc.
Black & Pink
Black Ministerial Alliance
Boston AfterSchool & Beyond
Boston area Youth Organizing Project
Boston Capacity Tank
Boston Centers for Youth & Families
Boston Latin School
Boston Mobilization for Survival
Boston Women's Fund
Boston Youth Fund
Brandeis University's Tomorrow Foundation
The Bridgespan Group
The Brookline Community Foundation
Buckingham, Browne and Nichols
Bushrod H. Campbell & Adah F. Hall Charity Fund
Butler's Hole Fund
City of Cambridge
Department of Education (MA)
Dorchester Bay EDC'sYouthforce
The Foley Hoag Foundation
The Fuller Foundation, Inc.
The GOTCHA Collaboration
Grassroots Infrastructure Charitable Foundation
The Green Leaf Foundation
Harvard Business School
Herman and Frieda Miller Foundation
The Hyams Foundation
Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción
Jesse B. Cox Family Fund
Jessica Watts Charitable Fund
Mary W.B. Curtis Trust
Minnie Parker Charitable Trust
The Philantrhopic Initiative (Boston's Cradle to Career)
Press Pass TV
A.C. Ratshesky Foundation
Reebok Human Rights Foundation
Reflect and Strengthen
Richard G. Jacobus Family Foundation, Inc
Rodman Ride for Kids
Roxbury Trust Foundation
Santa Clause Anonymous
South Street Youth Center
Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center
TJX Foundation, Inc.
The Unnamed Network
The Young Achievers School
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