Achieve is grateful to partner with and receive support from several organizations whose involvement allows us to focus on our collective goal: to provide deserving students, regardless of circumstance, purposeful, excellent and inspiring learning experiences.

PARTNERS

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Achieve is hosted by Noble and Greenough School in Dedham, MA, a partnership which grants underserved public school students access to many independent school resources.  The program uses Nobles’ 501(c)(3) status and enjoys in-kind donations of administrative support and space, but all fundraising efforts and bank accounts are held separately.  The school’s commitment to Achieve is based on its shared mission of inspiring leadership for the public good.

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Achieve is a member of the National Partnership for Educational Access (NPEA) and partners with 30 Boston charter and public schools who refer students to our program and support our graduate services work with Achieve alumni. 

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Achieve has partnered with Boston After School & Beyond, a public-private partnership that seeks to ensure that every child in Boston has the opportunity to develop to his or her full potential. Thanks to this new partnership with BASB, Achieve was able to obtain extensive holistic data on our students’ social-emotional outcomes, as well as a comprehensive evaluation of our summer programming.

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Achieve continues to partner with Summer Search to provide high school mentorship, college access support and meaningful summer travel opportunities to our alumni. Summer Search is a non-profit organization whose mission is to help low-income teenagers transform what they believe is possible for themselves and develop the skills they need to become college-educated leaders who give back to their families and communities.

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One of Achieve’s newest partnerships is with Bottom Line, a non-profit organization whose mission is to help low-income, first generation students get into college, graduate from college, and go far in life. All eligible Achieve alumni will apply to Bottom Line’s College Access program, which provides one-on-one college mentoring and support through the college application and decision process.

 


SUPPORTERS

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Cummings Foundation awards $10 million each year through its $100K for 100 grant program. This place-based philanthropic initiative primarily supports nonprofits in the Massachusetts counties where the Foundation and its founders originally derived their funds and where staff and clients of the Cummings organization live – Middlesex, Essex, and Suffolk County.

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Achieve is proud to be recognized as an official Summer Learning Program in partnership with the the city of Boston and grateful to be supported by the BPS Office of Expanded Learning Time in collaboration with Boston After School & Beyond.

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The Boston Bruins Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that assists charitable organizations that demonstrate a commitment to enhancing the quality of life for children throughout New England.

EE Ford Foundation

For over 55 years, The Edward E. Ford Foundation has made grants in support of education throughout the United States. The Foundation has long encouraged, and now requires, matching funds to be raised as a part of its application process so as to leverage even greater philanthropic support for worthy causes.

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The mission of the Virginia Wellington Cabot Foundation is to benefit mankind through the practice of responsible philanthropy, and to inspire, educate, engage and unify.