2016 Camps

Agassiz Baldwin Community

Agassiz Village

ASPIRE of Mass General Hospital

Alliance for Inclusion and Prevention, Inc.*

Allston/Brighton APAC

Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center

Boston Nature Center

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Boys & Girls Club of Boston

  • Camp Jubilee
  • Jordan Boys Girls Club

Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester

  • Walter Denney Youth Center
  •  Colonel Daniel Marr Clubhouse
  •  Paul R. McLaughlin Youth Center

The Bridge Center

Cambridge Camping Association*

Cambridge Community Center

Cambridge Family YMCA

Camp Starfish

Camp Shriver at UMass Boston

Chelsea City Wide Special Summer

The City School: Summer Leadership Program

College Bound Dorchester*

Commonwealth Tenants Association

Community Art Center

Crossroads for Kids

  • Camp Mitton
  • Camp Wing
  • Camp Lapham/C5

East Boston Social Center

East Boston YMCA*

East End House

Elizabeth Peabody House: Camp Gannett

Franklin Parks

Fourth Presbyterian Church

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts

  • Camp Cedar Hill
  • Camp Favorite
  • Camp Wabasso

Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion (IBA): Cacique Summer Program

Just-A-Start: Summer Youth Enrichment Program

Lesley University: EXTRA ART

Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House: Summer Explorations

Math Power

MetroLacrosse: Teen Summer Programs

Mystic Learning Center

New England Aquarium

Salesian Boys & Girls Club

Sociedad Latina: Summer Seedlings Program (SSP)

Somerville YMCA

South Boston Summer Collaborative*

Sportsmen’s Tennis & Enrichment Center

St. Columbkille

St. Katharine Drexel: Summer Program

St. Stephen’s B-SAFE Summer Program*

Summer Ink

Tenacity

Trinity Boston Foundation: Trinity Education for Excellence Program (TEEP)

United South End Settlements

Uphams Corner Community Center

Wediko Children’s Services

West End House Boys & Girls Club

WriteBoston

YMCA of Greater Boston*

Youth Enrichment Services (YES)

*Summer Fund supports multiple sites at these locations

Summer Fund Fact

Summer Fund resources support over 20,000 children ages 5-18.

Our Impact

The Summer Fund provides 60% of the total number of groups we serve for our summer programs, which yields 35% of our total participants and 40% of our participant fees. The impact of the Summer Fund on YES’s Outdoor Adventure Program is substantial. It provides the opportunity for more than 250 participants to receive introductory, one-day outdoor experiential education excursions, which we hope will leave them yearning to come back for more.

— Youth Enrichment Services (YES)

Random Quote

Cultural Day has had a significant impact on MetroLacrosse’s ability to implement quality summer programming. This summer, our Coaches-In-Training program implemented lacrosse clinics for 32 community organizations, 23 of which were secured through the Summer Fund. Cultural Day gives us the opportunity to efficiently and cost-effectively secure partnerships with past partners as well as new organizations we haven’t worked with before.

— MetroLacrosse