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1997/1998 Charities
  1. Adelante Inc.
  2. Arc of Massachusetts
  3. Asian Center of Merrimack Valley Inc.
  4. Barton Center for Diabetes Education/Clara Barton Camp
  5. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and The Islands
  6. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County
  7. Boston Cares
  8. Boston Center for the Arts
  9. Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center
  10. Boston Early Music Festival
  11. Boston Modern Orchestra Project
  12. Boston Women's Fund
  13. Boys & Girls Club of Martha's Vineyard
  14. Brush Art Gallery
  15. Cambridge School Volunteers
  16. Cantata Singers
  17. Centastage Performance Boston
  18. Center for Coastal Studies
  19. City on a Hill
  20. Coalition for Buzzards Bay
  21. Committee of Ten Thousand
  22. Community Art Center
  23. Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts
  24. Connecticut River Watershed Council
  25. Danforth Museum of Art
  26. DEAF Inc.
  27. Dynamy
  28. Fairbanks House
  29. Food Bank of Western Massachusetts
  30. Food Project
  31. Framingham Adult ESL Program
  32. FriendshipWorks (formerly MATCH-UP Interfaith Volunteers)
  33. Girls Incorporated® of Holyoke
  34. Gloucester Fishermen's Wives
  35. Harwich Junior Theatre
  36. Homeowners Options for Massachusetts Elders
  37. Horizons for Homeless Children
  38. Hospitality Homes
  39. Independence House
  40. International Institute of Boston
  41. Jewish Family Service of Metrowest
  42. Joy of Music Program
  43. Lawrence Family Development & Education Fund, Charter School
  44. Ludlow Boys & Girls Club
  45. MAB Community Services
  46. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences
  47. Massachusetts 4-H Foundation
  48. Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange
  49. Massachusetts Alliance on Teen Pregnancy
  51. Mediation Works Inc.
  52. Mobile Diagnostic Services
  53. Mujeres Unidas en Acción (Women United in Action)
  54. National Education for Assistance Dog Services
  55. New Bedford Whaling Museum
  56. New England Network for Child, Youth and Family Services
  57. New England Wild Flower Society
  58. North Bennet Street School
  59. Notre Dame Education Center, S. Boston
  60. Partners for Youth with Disabilities
  61. Pernet Family Health Services
  62. Preservation Massachusetts (formerly Historic Massachusetts)
  63. Quincy Interfaith Sheltering Coalition
  64. ROCA
  65. Samaritans
  66. Save the Harbor/Save the Bay
  67. Schooner Ernestina Commission
  68. SHARE
  69. Shelter Legal Services Foundation
  70. Sight Loss Services
  71. Solutions at Work
  72. Stone Community Computing Center
  73. STRIVE
  74. Summer Fund, AGM
  75. Talking Information Center
  76. Teen Voices
  77. Toxics Action Center
  78. Windhover Dance Festival
  79. Women's Fund of Western Massachusetts
  80. Woods Hole Research Center
  81. Zumix

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Teen Voices


80 Summer Street, Suite 300
Boston, MA 02110
617-426-5505 x15

Jenny Amory, Executive Director

Donate Now to Teen Voices


Here is another ingenious idea that shows how Massachusetts philanthropies have national influence, and how operating a benefit institution can be that institution's program. Women Express was founded in 1988 to empower disadvantaged and high-risk teenage girls with the tools, skills and confidence to succeed in life — to avoid premature pregnancy and parenthood, and to break out of the cycle of poverty for them and their future families.

In 1988, Women Express created Teen Voices, a national quarterly magazine, as a public forum by, for, and about girls like themselves. Material for the magazine is submitted by teens from all over the world; with volunteer mentoring by professionals in the field, the girls plan, research, write, photograph, edit, layout, have printed, sell, and distribute, issues on subjects of immediate practical interest to themselves. They learn to be journalists, and they gain enormous confidence from seeing their work in print, and that teens everywhere learn from them.

Since 1988, the organization has flourished, and now goes by the name Teen Voices. A volunteer organization then, it now has 12 staff; then a subscriber-based model of giving, they are now an intergenerational membership organization; then all print media, now they are increasing their impact on the web; then solely a journalism mentoring program, now they have expanded to a variety of programs, serving increasing numbers of girls in Boston.

(1997: HUMAN SERVICES: Girls and Women: General)

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