From volunteering twice a week to once a year--and lots of options in between--there are many ways you can support our young people.
Ready to get involved?
Fill out our St. Stephen's Youth Programs' Volunteer Interest Form and we will contact you.
We need writing tutors/coaches for our current teens and college-enrolled alumni. If you have the skills to teach writing at the high school/early college level.
We always need more mentors -- friends, advocates, coaches, and listeners who provide our teens with:
A positive role model
Social support and encouragement
Advocacy and access to community resources
Contact Jeremy Kazanjian-Amory at 617-694-2223 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Year-Round K-8 Programming
During the school year, volunteer as a tutor, group helper, or reading buddy. The time commitment is 2:30-6:00 p.m. We especially need volunteers when B-READY is in session but our college-aged volunteers are on break or gone for the summer.
We also need occasional volunteers to: prepare a hearty snack or meal; share a talent, passion or skill; and host a Fun Friday Enrichment Day
During the summer, partner organizations, mainly communities of faith, support B-SAFE at one of our six sites by selecting a week to prepare and serve lunch, read with students, and sponsor an all-day field trip on Fridays. There are opportunities for volunteers of all ages.
Fill out our Volunteer Interest Form and we will contact you.
Work For Peace And Justice
Our multi-generational School And Community Partnerships support the schools our students attend and endeavor to make their neighborhoods safer. (Check out photos from our recent MLK Day Of Action at the Blackstone Innovation School).
We also run the B-PEACE For Jorge Campaign on behalf of the Diocese of Massachusetts and turn out hundreds of participants for the Louis D. Brown Mother's Day Walk For Peace. To find out how you can become involved in the campaign, please contact
Contact Liz Steinhauser at 617-851-6680 or email@example.com