Back to School Drive: Book Donations!

Back to School Drive: Book Donations!

Building Impact is hosting a back to school drive to benefit after school programs and other organizations that support youth literacy; We will be collecting new or gently used books for children grades K-8 from August 12th to September 2nd benefiting Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center, Middlesex Human Service Agency, Friends of the Children and Pioneer Charter School of Science.

In the past, Building Impact has collected over $70,000 in donated items through our donation drives! We know that with your support and the simple effort of gathering old books, we can make an impact and give the gift of reading a book to a child.

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Learn more about our beneficiaries!

Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center

Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) responds to community needs by delivering holistic, family-centered, and culturally competent programs. Founded in 1969, BCNC is the largest nonprofit social service provider for Asian American and Asian immigrant families in the Greater Boston Area, supporting over 2,000 children, youth, and adults each year at three locations in Boston and Quincy.

Middlesex Human Service Agency 

MHSA draws from the expertise of a skilled and diverse team, committed to helping those in need.  Since its conception is 1977, MHSA has stayed true to its roots, while growing into a multi-service Agency affecting hundreds of individuals, families and children each day.

Friends of the Children

Friends of the Children–Boston is a chapter of a nationwide organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of generational poverty through salaried, professional mentoring. The national organization was founded in 1993. Our chapter was founded in Boston, Massachusetts, in 2004. Learn how our model works and about our chapter history.

Pioneer Charter School of Science

The mission of Pioneer Charter School of Science (PCSS) is to prepare educationally under-resourced students for today’s competitive world. PCSS will help students to develop the academic and social skills necessary to become successful professionals and exemplary members of their community.

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