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


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


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 Homeless Campership Fund made a significant impact in several children’s lives this summer. The experience of traveling to an environment so different from the sidewalks and alleys they see every day brought energy and enthusiasm back to their eyes. The freedom and independence of the summer camp environment is especially valuable to children that have experienced the powerlessness that can come with being homeless.

— Elizabeth Stone House, Roxbury

Random Quote

Fifty-eight organizations operating at 93 sites in Greater Boston received general operating grants from the Summer Fund in 2017.