#GivingTuesday

Developing Young Leaders on #GivingTuesday


We've had a day to give thanks and two days to get shopping deals. Now, you can join SCI in making today #GivingTuesday! Today we are focusing on our goal to raise $1,700 to train young leaders, which is one of our year-end campaign objectives.

#GivingTuesday emphasizes teaching the importance of giving, a central element of the SCI youth leadership programming that trains over 250 Eastern Massachusetts teens in Boston, Fall River, Gloucester, Lynn and Woburn. Read more

Training Boston Teen Leaders

Mattapan Youth Council member helping at holiday event.

Last week, our campaign to empower youth got off to a great start on #GivingTuesday. We’ve raised $631 and had over 25 social media shares about the campaign. This week, we’re focusing on 3 Boston SCI affiliated youth councils. Our goal is to raise $700 over the next week to cover the private funds SCI needs to train 60 Boston teen leaders.
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#GivingTuesday: Empower Youth to Lead Change

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Today SCI is officially kicking off our campaign to raise funds for our youth leadership programs as part of the national #GivingTuesday! Our goal is to generate at least 20 donations and 20 social media shares. Can you help us make that happen? Details on our youth leadership campaign can be found here.

Empowering Youth to Lead Change

children harvesting celery as part of SCI & YMCA Giving Garden project.
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We have reached our $2,100 fundraising goal for this campaign! Thanks to all of our supporters, our goal was reached a week before our 12/31 deadline. We can still use your support, if you're considering final 2013 contributions. Additional funds would cover activities such as our showcase event that brings together youth from all 9 projects and other enriching experiences for our young leaders. Donate here on our Square Marketplace page to support SCI!
 
What connects you to your community? Here at SCI, we know that you are already someone working at strengthening our communities.
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