The Brookline Community Foundation (BCF) has awarded $83,000 in grants through the Brookline Youth Fund, a donor-advised fund at BCF. This year, BCF increased granting by 66% in an effort to strategically support and promote activities that provide equal access to opportunities for underserved Brookline youth. This year’s grantees include 11 organizations making a difference for Brookline youth and families: Brookline Arts Center; Brookline Extended Day Advisory Committee; Brookline Housing Authority; Brookline Interactive Group; Brookline Music School; Brookline Recreation Department; Brookline Teen Center; Family ACCESS; Girls’ LEAP; Steps to Success; and The City School.
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NEW FAMILY WELCOME POINT PERSON:
Join Lawrence's New Family Welcome by being a first point of contact to families new to Lawrence. The welcome team is in search of 1 or 2 more members to help with school tours, showing new families around the school and answering any questions they may have. Tours currently occur one Tuesday per month at 8:15 (after drop-off) and one Thursday at 1:40 (before pick-up), so anyone who can commit to two or three of those per semester would be a big help! The welcome team would appreciate any help, but is seeking a middle school parent/caregiver, in particular, to add to the range of experience available to new families. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.