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. Our youth leadership programs and the curriculum that guides them give youth the tools to become civically engaged leaders in their communities.
 
Who made you feel empowered as a child?  Who gave you that voice that let you know that you could create change in your community? 
 
Working with 9 youth councils across Boston neighborhoods of Chinatown, Dorchester and Mattapan, from the North Shore to the South Coast, and in Woburn, the place where we got started, SCI provides youth the skills and opportunities to identify and engage with issues in their communities.  The youth on these councils get their peers and other community members to take on these issues by creating a series of community service projects.
"The most significant part of being in the Dorchester Youth Council is that I get to work with other teens who have the same passion for our community and are trying to make it a better place."  
                                                                                                   Michael, Dorchester Youth Council
Our year-end goal is to raise $2100 from individual donors to support our young leaders. With your help, we can reach that goal! We rely on private donors to provide youth with funds to run their service projects and provide mini-grants to their peers to develop community projects.  Please consider helping us give our youth programming more of the tools needed to create impact in their communities and to grow as young leaders. Tax-deductible donations on our Square Marketplace page or by mailing a check to Social Capital Inc.; 165M New Boston St., Suite 233; Woburn, MA 01801. 
 
We're focusing our calendar year-end fundraising campaign on our youth leadership programming, while continuing our work to connect and engage citizens of all ages. For an overview of our programs and services, visit this page and stay tuned for updates on some of our other initiatives. You can also learn more about the program impact by visiting the SCI stories page on this site.
Here at SCI, we know that you are already someone working at strengthening our communities. Our youth leadership programs give youth the tools to become civically engaged leaders in their communities.
 
Who made you feel empowered as a child?  Who gave you that voice that let you know that you could create change in your community? 
 
With 7 youth councils in Eastern Mass., 3 of which are completely new this year, our youth are given the skills and opportunities to identify and engage with issues in their communities.  The youth on these councils get their peers and other community members to take on these issues by creating a series of community service projects.
 
"The most significant part of being in the
Dorchester Youth Council is that I get to
work with other teens who have the same
passion for our community and are trying
to make it a better place."
-       Michael, Dorchester Youth Council
 
Our year-end goal is $2100 to support young leaders
and with your help we can reach that goal.
We rely on private donors to provide youth with funds to run their service projects and provide mini-grants to their peers to develop community projects.  Please consider helping us give our youth programming more of the tools needed to create impact in their communities and to grow as young leaders. Tax-deductible donations can be made via check or at http://socialcapitalinc.org.
 
Thanks for your interest and consideration.  Best wishes for a happy & healthy holiday season!
 
 
 
David Crowley, President & Founderto your community?
Here at SCI, we know that you are already someone working at strengthening our communities. Our youth leadership programs give youth the tools to become civically engaged leaders in their communities.

Who made you feel empowered as a child? Who gave you that voice that let you know that you could create change in your community?

With 7 youth councils in Eastern Mass., 3 of which are completely new this year, our youth are given the skills and opportunities to identify and engage with issues in their communities. The youth on these councils get their peers and other community members to take on these issues by creating a series of community service projects.

"The most significant part of being in the
Dorchester Youth Council is that I get to
work with other teens who have the same
passion for our community and are trying
to make it a better place."
- Michael, Dorchester Youth Council
Our year-end goal is $2100 to support young leaders
and with your help we can reach that goal.
We rely on private donors to provide youth with funds to run their service projects and provide mini-grants to their peers to develop community projects. Please consider helping us give our youth programming more of the tools needed to create impact in their communities and to grow as young leaders. Tax-deductible donations can be made via check or at http://socialcapitalinc.org.

Thanks for your interest and consideration. Best wishes for a happy & healthy holiday season!



David Crowley, President & Foundercommunity?
Here at SCI, we know that you are already someone working at strengthening our communities. Our youth leadership programs give youth the tools to become civically engaged leaders in their communities.
 
Who made you feel empowered as a child?  Who gave you that voice that let you know that you could create change in your community? 
 
With 7 youth councils in Eastern Mass., 3 of which are completely new this year, our youth are given the skills and opportunities to identify and engage with issues in their communities.  The youth on these councils get their peers and other community members to take on these issues by creating a series of community service projects.
 
"The most significant part of being in the
Dorchester Youth Council is that I get to
work with other teens who have the same
passion for our community and are trying
to make it a better place."
-       Michael, Dorchester Youth Council
 
Our year-end goal is $2100 to support young leaders
and with your help we can reach that goal.
We rely on private donors to provide youth with funds to run their service projects and provide mini-grants to their peers to develop community projects.  Please consider helping us give our youth programming more of the tools needed to create impact in their communities and to grow as young leaders. Tax-deductible donations can be made via check or at http://socialcapitalinc.org.
 
Thanks for your interest and consideration.  Best wishes for a happy & healthy holiday season!
 
 
 
David Crowley, President & Founder