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Whatever it Takes to Build
Great Futures

For nearly 85 years, we have been committed to creating an environment for each member to feel safe, heard, and motivated to be great. We are an organization built on love, compassion, and service for every youth who walks through our doors. Now more than ever, we continue to do whatever it takes to mentor and champion youth, support families, and build stronger communities through a lens of equity.

SAFER CHILDHOODS

Providing a safe, fun environments for the children and teens who need us most to grow and thrive

LIFE-ENHANCING PROGRAMS

Delivering high-yield, quality programs focused on academicshealth, and leadership that prepare kids for great futures

CARING
MENTORS

Offering trained staff who guidecoach, and motivate kids to be successful

PROGRAMS

Elementary Age

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Licensed childcare program for grades 1-5

Middle School

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Drop-in program for grades 6-8

High School

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Drop-in program for grades 9-12

Food Program

20150812, Wednesday, August 12, 2015, Revere, MA, USA; City of Revere hosted the USDA, Project Bread, Partners HealthCare and Congresswoman Katherine Clark for the  Summer Foods program at Ciarlone Park at the A.C. Whelan Elementary School on Wednesday, August 12, 2015.

Sponsors: 
Partners HealthCare
Project Bread

Background: Partners HealthCare grants will help Project Bread and the Summer Food Service Program provide healthy, locally-grown food to low-income children this summer. The kids and teens who normally count on one or more of their meals coming from school can find meals available at neighborhood sites in Boston and surrounding communities. ~ Partners website

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Free healthy meals and snacks daily for members

Athletics &
Sports

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Helping youth develop healthy habits for life