YOUTH VILLAGES MASSACHUSETTS

TRANSFORMING YOUTH. TEACHING INDEPENDENCE. STRENGTHENING COMMUNITIES.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are cancelling this year’s Spring Celebration.

As public health officials assess the risk of COVID-19 we are closely monitoring the spread of the virus. We continue to provide our services remotely and are working to evaluate the implications for the youth and families we serve, our dedicated staff and our donor community.

Raising funds to support young adults aging out of foster care is more critical now than ever. In this time of economic hardship and the unprecedented health crisis, our youth and families are struggling. They are facing job loss, limited access to transportation and lack a familial support system. They need food, shelter, guidance and stability. We need your help to support their needs and provide the life-changing services of our LifeSet program to an additional 100 young adults in Massachusetts by raising $1,000,000.

It saddens us to cancel this special event and we are currently in the process of exploring other ways to share the important stories of our youth, families and young adults. Please check your email and our Instagram page @youthvillagesMA_NH for updates!

Presenting Sponsors

Anita and Josh Bekenstein
The Klarman Family Foundation
One8 Foundation


Diamond sponsors

Sandy and Paul Edgerley


Ruby sponsors

Amy and David Abrams


Platinum Sponsors

Lisa and Michael Josephson
Yvette Lowenthal-Mulderry and Peter Mulderry
Luly and Maurice Samuels


Gold Sponsors

Beth Israel Lahey HealthMichelle and Bob Atchinson
Monica and Peter Campanella
Jill and Michael Stansky
Caron and Kevin Tabb

Check out photos from last year’s event:

2019 Spring Celebration

About Youth Villages

Youth Villages is a national leader in children’s mental and behavioral health committed to building strong families, delivering effective services and significantly improving outcomes for children, families and young people involved in child welfare and juvenile justice systems across the country. Founded in 1986, the organization’s 3,000 employees help more than 30,000 children annually in 21 states across the U.S. Youth Villages has been recognized by the Harvard Business School and U.S. News & World Report and was identified by The White House as one of the nation’s most promising results-oriented nonprofit organizations. Learn more at www.youthvillages.org.