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Individual giving

Join the vibrant and engaged community that helps us make a powerful difference in the lives of students across the country.

Annual fund

Your ongoing support is essential to the success of our corps and the students they serve in under-resourced schools across the nation. Help us:

  • Improve high school graduation rates and academic performance
  • Strengthen social and emotional skills, like teamwork and decision-making
  • Create equal access to positive learning environments where all students can thrive


Legacy giving

Some supporters of City Year choose to leave a donation in their wills and trusts as an important way to have long-term impact without any upfront cost during their lifetimes.

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International giving opportunities

City Year’s impact extends to its international affiliates in the United Kingdom, serving in London, Manchester, and the West Midlands, and in South Africa, serving in Johannesburg.

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Donations by mail, wire transfer and stock gifts

To donate by mail, please send your check to:

City Year, Inc.
Attn: Gift Processing
287 Columbus Ave
Boston, MA 02116

To make a gift via wire transfer, please direct it to:

Bank of America
100 Federal Street
Boston, MA 02110
Account Name: City Year Inc.
Account Number: 005008-9794
ACH Routing: 011000138
Wire Routing: 026009593

To donate securities:

If you would like to make a gift of securities, please contact us below.

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