While Boston’s nickname is The Hub, known for being a vibrant center for academia, business, tech and medicine, some students in Greater Boston face significant challenges every day. Together we can help students build on their strengths and thrive.
Investing in student success and the next generation of leaders
City Year Greater Boston provides a powerful double bottom line: improved outcomes for students in systemically under-resourced schools and the cultivation of the next generation of leaders through our alums.
Your financial support is key to having more AmeriCorps members in Boston and Everett Public Schools classrooms, serving as tutors, mentors and role models. Corps members, serving as an additional caring adult in a student’s life, can make all the difference. 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
For more than 30 years, valued partners have supported our mission by sharing their time, expertise and resources. Our sponsorship program is built around initiatives designed to align with your organization’s priorities and advance both your goals and ours.
Champions like you make it possible every day for our AmeriCorps members to continue to meet the needs of our students. Your investment in City Year helps ensure that all students have access to the support they need to continue to learn, thrive and excel.
Support student success by making a one-time or monthly gift
Volunteers are an integral part of our work! Whether you’re looking to make a one-time or ongoing commitment, help support Boston and Everett students and schools, and spend your time with us.
Give today to support Greater Boston students
Every contribution makes a difference and supports students in reaching their full potential.Make a gift
How does City Year Greater Boston make an impact?
Students, teachers and administrators from Henry Grew Elementary School and Boston Public Schools share the importance of having City Year Greater Boston AmeriCorps members in the classroom, everyday. Hear from Executive Director, Monica Roberts, on how City Year maximizes impact for students and schools in Boston and Everett.
Your impact matters
for students who were assigned a City Year. 27% of students experienced chronic absence compared to 13% of students with a City Year.Learn more
compared to those without a City Year. Boston and Everett students who receive a City Year average a full letter grade INCREASE in math scores.Learn more
for most improved partner high schools with City Years in 2020, including for students at Charlestown, English and Jeremiah Burke High School.Learn more
that having a City Year in the classroom increases student participation and engagement, according to a 2020 survey in Boston Public Schools.Learn more