Team Boston Partners (from left to right): Ben Seyoum, Mike McKenna (Boston Partners Board Chair), Kathryn Kearney, Laura Kopenick, Pamela Civins (Boston Partners Executive Director), and Brendan Jaccarino. Did you know that each of our riders volunteer in the Boston Public Schools? Support their work by donating to our Rodman Ride team here!

Boston Partners in Education was proud to participate in the Rodman Ride for Kids for the seventh year. Organized by Mass Mentoring Partnership (MMP), the Rodman Ride annually raises more than $14 million for nonprofit organizations that support at-risk youth. Team Boston Partners set a goal to raise $15,000 for students in the Boston Public Schools who need academic mentors, which will be matched in part by MMP.

On Saturday, September 23 our team of six cyclists, donning their Boston Partners bike jerseys, convened in Foxborough with our staff. It was a beautiful morning for the event; two cyclists rode 25 miles, while  the other four rode 50 miles through the hilly course. We’re grateful for each of our riders who volunteered for this event
and volunteer as academic mentors in the classroom. As of today, our team has raised $11,808! We’re just $3,200 short of our goal, but you still have until the end of October to make a gift.

The Rodman Ride may be over, but the school year has just begunclick here make your gift to the Boston Partners Rodman Ride team before October 31, 2017. Your tax-deductible donation will help ensure that our youth in Boston are prepared for a year of success.

Boston Partners Executive Director Pamela Civins has fundraised and rode in the Rodman Ride for Kids for five years. Support Pamela’s fundraising efforts here.

To learn more about how Boston Partners improves the academic and personal achievements of students in the Boston Public Schools, visit our Impact page. Thank you for your support!