We would like to recognize our partners and sponsors who who have gone above and beyond to support and fund our mission.

Boston Cares, founded in 1991, is a volunteer agency serving New England, and an affiliate of the Points of Light Global Network. Today, their year-round programs & seasonal service events engage 10,000 adults, children, teens & corporate partners who annually serve 65,000+ hours at almost 200 schools and nonprofits primarily in Greater Boston and eastern MA communities. Our volunteer impact areas include hunger relief and basic needs; adult education and ESOL tutoring; and youth success. Take a look at what they do here.

Middlesex Savings Bank

Middlesex Savings Bank, founded in 1835, is a Massachusetts bank headquartered in Natick. It is the second largest mutual bank in Massachusetts. Whether through giving community sponsorships and grants, founding new branches, or increasing mobile and electronic banking technology, Middlesex Savings Bank is committed to benefiting the community and remains true to the tradition of one-to-one service. Take a look at what they do here.

Avidia Bank

Avidia Bank, founded in 2007, is a Massachusetts mutual community bank headquartered in Hudson. Avidia Bank is very invested in the community, helping out local organizations through the Avidia's Charitable Foundation. Take a look at what they do here.

Red Sox Foundation

The Red Sox Foundation is run by the major league baseball team Red Sox, who make a difference in the lives of children, families, veterans, and the communities in need by improving their health, education, and recreational opportunities. Learn more about what they do here.

Hanover Insurance Group

Hanover Insurance Group, founded in 1852, is a Worcester-based insurance group that provides reliable personal and business insurance to those who need it. The Hanover Charitable Foundation funds programs in local areas that make the community a better place, especially on those who help our communities build stronger education systems. Learn more about what they do here.