Ellis has been a proud United Way funded agency since 1989. United Way’s leadership and advocacy on the issue of early education are exemplified by the 10-year Thrive in Five initiative, a private-public partnership spearheaded by former Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino with significant planning and funding from United Way to “ensure that all children will be ready for sustained school success.”
Today, our partnership with United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley provides a comprehensive range of resources including
•General operating support
•Targeted individual donations
•Board development and recruitment
•Technical assistance, advocacy and teaching/learning materials through a number of initiatives focused on early childhood education, youth development programs, early reading programs and summer learning loss programs.
The second week of our reading partnership with Natixis was a blast! Natixis interns read “I Will Surprise My Friend” by Mo Williams, which turned into a hilarious group participation session. After enjoying the story, they all made friendship bracelets to share with their new friends.
66 Berkeley Renovation
66 Berkeley Street is officially open! Click the image below to see pictures from our EEOST Grand Opening Event from June.
Check back here for updates on our renovation of 66 Berkeley Street