Your donation makes a difference

SCI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that relies on private donations for a significant portion of our budget, which is just a bit under $700,000. As a small organization with 25 full time AmeriCorps members, we accomplish a lot with a modest amount of funding. At our recent 15th Anniversary Dinner, we shared lots of data and stories about impact. For instance, we have trained 3,000 teens in leadership skills, and generated over 498,000 of service hours in local communities. View this slideshow to get some of the highlights we shared.  Your charitable donations go a long way with SCI, and we always appreciate your donations for general support of our mission. In addition to serving as a launching point for general donations, we use this page to highlight some of our current giving opportunities.

Help us raise $15,000 by 12/31/2017

As we near the end of 2017, our 15th year of building social capital in local communities, we are seeking to raise a total of $15,000 from individual donors to help sustain and expand our community building programs. As of December 26, we have raised $11,050 toward that goal; please help us raise the $3,950 more we need to reach that goal before the year end! Click here to make a donation online or If you would to prefer to donate by check, please make checks payable to Social Capital Inc. and mail to: Social Capital Inc.; 165M New Boston St., Suite 233; Woburn, MA 01801.

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How to make a donation:

Donate easily and securely by clicking the Donate to SCI logo in the right column. You can also use Txt2Give, PayPal or Network for (see buttons to the right). You can also visit our giving page at cart.socialcapitalinc.org.

If you would to prefer to donate by check, please make checks payable to Social Capital Inc. and mail to: Social Capital Inc.; 165M New Boston St., Suite 233; Woburn, MA 01801

We appreciate your contribution! Thank you for supporting SCI.

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