We'd like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who came out to shoot hoops at the 4th Annual Raise the Rim basketball tournament! Congratulations to Fiksu who took home this year's trophy, even though one of their guys wound up in an ambulance at the end of the night. At least he rode away with his Boloco gift card!
This Thursday night (April 16), six local nonprofits will be canvassing the crowd at the 9th Annual TUGG Wine and Tequila Party, educating partygoers about their organizations and asking for votes.
We know you love the way Catie's Closet helps students feel like a million bucks. And, that they increase school attendance by providing clothing and basic necessities to young people living in poverty. Now, join them for an evening to remember.
YouthHarbors has finally received the necessary funding to open two brand new sites this Spring. Their first new site is expected to open in the Jeremiah E. Burke High School in Dorchester by the end of January, and the second is slated to open in Lowell High School by the end of March.
Volunteers are the backbone of the SCFG programs, but finding and implementing new volunteers can be a challenge. Hiring a strong, organized Director of Volunteer Programs is crucial for the organization, and the right candidate will ultimately support the family of volunteers and the bright girls they serve.
On Wednesday December 10th, Generation Citizen was trending on Twitter. Their annual Civics Day at the State House brought tech professionals, students, and community members together for an amazing day of presentations, inspiring speeches, awards, and plans to change the world we live in--not ten years from now, but today.
Hi TUGGers! How are you? Are you enjoying this beautiful (albeit chilly) weather? I bet you're busy indulging in pumpkin flavored everything and leaf-peeping like a boss. And on top of all that, you survived daylight savings time! High five! You're the best. You knew that, but here's a few more reasons why.
Today, one of TUGG's awesome portfolio nonprofits, SolSolutions, landed over $50M worth of solar energy projects in Los Angeles, California. This groundbreaking deal will bring solar power and millions of dollars in savings (in addition to other significant educational resources) to schools across Los Angeles.