Register online for our free Ice Cream Social, including the Mack I. Davis II Awards and the Kenneth S. Neal Award, here: https://volunteericecream.eventbrite.com You can also call our office to register: 617 349-6794 Thank you to the Broad Institute for hosting us!
Join CSV as we go Back to the 80s! Our annual dance party is our largest fundraiser for our free tutoring and mentoring programs in the Cambridge Public Schools. Dance the night away with DJ iPartyRight, Alvin Benjamin Carter III, and enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres and free-flowing beverages (open bar) from Commonwealth Restaurant and its chef owner Steve “Nookie” Postal, all to benefit Cambridge
At CSV’s upcoming fundraiser, Studio51, on April 7, 2017 at 6:30 PM – 10 PM at the Lunder Arts Center, Lesley University in Porter Square, we will be auctioning off two unusual and fabulous prizes: 1- a blow-your-socks off, six-course dinner party for 10 people by Chef Nookie Postal or 2 – a full course of orthodontia for an adult or child Details below.
Grab your dancing shoes and get ready to dance the night away with parents, teachers, and volunteers, all to support CSV’s free programs in the Cambridge public schools. The party will feature food and free-flowing beverages from Commonwealth Cambridge and dance music from DJ iParty Right, a.k.a. Alvin Benjamin Carter III. This party sells out, because it is the best deal in town for
We are connected to the community at large, one that offers a wealth of knowledge and experience. We are able to recruit tutors and mentors of very high quality to benefit the students of Cambridge. Watch this video to understand the extent of our impact and how we’ve drawn on the community for support over the last fifty years, here, and keep reading below:
On Tuesday, May 17, 5:00 – 6:30 PM, at the Fitzgerald Theater, CSV invites the community and most particularly our volunteers to our “Warm Spring Thank-You and Mingle”. This free event is our year-end appreciation for all volunteers. Enjoy snacks, beverages, and our warm gratitude. We also invite parents, teachers, and community members to attend to support your volunteers. The event is also an
Fifty years after our founding, we at Cambridge School Volunteers have a lot of practice in creating deep community connections. But another local institution, MIT, is commemorating a century of community connections in Cambridge. For its 100th anniversary of moving to Cambridge, MIT has celebrated in style, running a series of open houses, service events, and community drives. CSV was grateful to receive the
No fooling, we’re fifty! Dance the night away with DJ iPartyRight, Alvin Benjamin Carter III, and enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres from Commonwealth Restaurant and its chef owner Steve “Nookie” Postal, all to benefit Cambridge School Volunteers and its free programs in the Cambridge Public Schools. Thank you to our early sponsors For more information, contact Jennifer Fries. Champion Sanofi Genzyme Patron Lesley University Powered
Happy 50th birthday to Cambridge School Volunteers! “Through the years CSV has been integral to supporting our school partnerships that pair volunteers with our students. They have opened doors to many opportunities to our students that they wouldn’t typically be exposed to.” Kathy Walsh Malone, Teacher, Kennedy-Longfellow School In 1966, a group of Cambridge mothers—Mary Samp, Florence Mintz, Bette Rae Preus, and Marsha Stainton—came together
#Giving Tuesday A New Holiday Tradition Today, as you think about your charitable giving options, we hope you choose to donate to Cambridge School Volunteers to see your gift help students locally. Why? Here’s six reasons: Cambridge School Volunteers provides a means for our volunteer tutors andmentors to open doors for students, doors to literature, science, technology, poetry, engineering, and mathematics. Making an online