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Happy birthday to us!

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

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Six reasons to give to CSV

#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

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That’s a lot of carrots!

Not everyone can be a school volunteer. It’s also not always simple to donate important community causes, even those you value. That’s why we’re grateful that Whole Foods Market did make it easy—easy as pie!  Our gratitude goes out to those of you who became supporters of Cambridge School Volunteers on September 16, 2015, through a special shopping day at Whole Foods Markets. Whole Foods has donated $14,244, 5% of the net proceeds from

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New CSV Volunteers Hope to Make a Difference in Students’ Lives

“I love to learn and to help others to learn.” “Helping others to achieve their goals through education is very important to me.” “When you have an emotional, personal connection with a student, it’s very meaningful.” “I love to motivate students, to give them confidence, and to show them that if I came to this country and can succeed, then they can too.” “I’m

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Whole Foods Markets Donates Over $14,000

October 27, 2015 Whole Foods Markets Donates Over $14,000 to Cambridge School Volunteers The Cambridge Whole Foods Markets donated $14,244 to Cambridge School Volunteers (CSV) on Tuesday, October 27th at 3:00 pm, during a check presentation ceremony at the Whole Foods Market on Prospect Street in Cambridge. The donation represents 5 percent of the sales from the three Whole Foods Cambridge locations during last

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Whole Foods press conference

On Tuesday, 10/27, at 3:00 PM, we will have a press conference and photo opportunity at Whole Foods Markets, Prospect Street to have them present the giant check for a$14,424 donation to CSV as a result of the September 16, 2015 5% Day.  The check represents 5% of the net proceeds from all 3 Cambridge Whole Foods Markets. Afterward, we will be tabling to

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Thank you for shopping!

On September 16, 2015, Whole Foods donated 5% of the net proceeds from its three Cambridge markets to Cambridge School Volunteers.  We also spent the day recruiting volunteers in all three stores, and we had the chance to tell a lot of shoppers how much it meant to us.  We are so grateful to our community for coming out on a Wednesday to support

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Whole Foods 5% Day to benefit CSV

Save the date: Come shop on Wednesday, September 16, all day, at any of the Whole Foods Stores in Cambridge. That day, Whole Foods will donate 5% of net sales to support Cambridge School Volunteers.  You shop, and CSV gets funding for our programs in the Cambridge Public Schools. Easy peasy lemon squeezy! We’ll also be there at the stores to answer questions and

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Mack I. Davis Awards 2015

Background jazz music by the CRLS “Delivery Boys”; savory hors d’oeuvres provided by Harvard University’s Public Affairs Office – CSV’s host for the event; the snapping of photos by thrilled family members; hugs and congratulations to so many, from so many; a rotating slide show of this year’s school volunteers; a dance performance by the CRLS Ethiopian Club – all of it reflected the

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Welcome, Kristen, to CSV’s Board

CSV is fortunate to have Kristen Brown, Senior Community Relations Specialist at Genzyme, a Sanofi company, as its newest Board member. Welcome, Kristen! Kristen came to her Genzyme position after several years with The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI), part of the Boston Foundation, where she worked with donors around strategic giving. Her experience there – supporting family foundations, coordinating grants and understanding community relations –

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