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Opportunities for Individuals

Mentoring (Flexible schedule)

Be a college and career mentor for a high school student, meeting with them regularly to build a relationship and help them think about their futures.

One-on-One Tutoring (Mon. 6:00-7:30 p.m.)

Provide homework tutoring for our high school students. Writing and math skills helpful.

Literacy Volunteers (Mon., Tues., Wed. 3:00-6:00 p.m.)

Share your love for books by reading with a group of young people and by supporting literacy activities.

After-School Program Volunteers  (Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 3:00-6:00/7:00 p.m.)

Support a group (elementary and middle school students) as a weekly volunteer. You will help with homework, outside activities, academic enrichment, and more.

Blackstone School Library (Mon.- Fri. School Hours)

Support our partnership with the Blackstone Elementary School by volunteering for an hour-long shift (or two) to read aloud and help in the school library, once a week.

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Opportunities for Groups

Fun After-School (3:00-6:00 p.m.): Teams can join our students for snack time, help with homework, and lead fun activities such as cooking, trivia, kickball, arts & crafts, and more. This works well for groups of 10-15 people.

Fun Fridays (3:00-6:00 p.m.): Come to run programming for 60-70 elementary students! Groups can run Jeopardy, relay races, cooking classes, etc. We can plan a schedule where volunteers will run 30-minute rotations of small groups.

Seasonal Events (Special days, 3:00-6:00 p.m.): Come organize an awesome celebration or parties throughout the year, bringing food and fun activities to share with our young people.

Speed Networking + Pizza Nights with Teens (Weekday evenings): Bring a group of 8-10 friends or colleagues to share your career experience with our teens and then enjoy pizza together.

Corporate partners and partner churches please visit our Partner page for more information





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Opportunities for Giving

Each year, more than 30% of the SSYP budget comes from the generous support of partner organizations. Another 33% of our funding comes from individual donors. 

  • Grants from Mission and Outreach committees of our partner churches;

  • In-kind donations from a wide range of partners;

  • Grants and event sponsorships from corporate partners;

  • Donations from individuals are critical to our programs success. 

How can you or your organization support our work?

Contact development@ssypboston.org to learn more!