Fall 2017 Youth in Philanthropy
Sep
11
to Jan 29

Fall 2017 Youth in Philanthropy

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Spaces are FULL for the Fall 2017 YIP Program

Contact us for information about future programs or other current opportunities.

The Hopkinton CC Charitable Foundation is proud to partner with Foundation for MetroWest to bring an 18 week skills based philanthropy program to high school students!  The program will commence this fall in Hopkinton and will teach students life long leadership skills including:

  • Deeper understanding of their own community and local needs
  • What it means to be a civic leader
  • Consensus building
  • Case making
  • Financial literacy
  • Public speaking

Students will work together to learn all aspects of philanthropy and award $10,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations.  The program will engage students in a process to help them define what philanthropy means to them; to gain a deeper understanding of their own communities and existing needs; learn about the kinds of questions to ask nonprofit organizations when evaluating their programs; understand how to operate as a board of directors, including the election of officers; and more.  The Youth in Philanthropy program also provides participants the opportunity to learn about the structure of a nonprofit organization and fundraising strategies.  This is a hands on experience that includes site visits and actual fundraising by the students, and will culminate with a grant ceremony and presentation of checks to selected grantees. 

Grants will be made to organizations that align with the programs of the Hopkinton CC Charitable Foundation (Youth Development and Economic Assistance).  Open to students in grades 9-12 in the 2017-18 school year.  Spots are limited to 20 students.  The program is offered free of charge to inspire the next generation of philanthropists.


The Youth in Philanthropy program was launched in 1997 by the Foundation for MetroWest and remains one of the oldest and largest of its kind in the country.  Over $1 million has been granted by students to local youth development nonprofit organizations.

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2017 HCCCF Charity Golf Tournament
May
20
8:00am 8:00am

2017 HCCCF Charity Golf Tournament

REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the HCCCF 2017 Charity Golf Tournament!  Become a Family Sponsor and receive 2 spots in the tournament, plus 2 tickets to our 2017 Evening Gala!

Presented by:

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

6:30am    Registration, Continental Breakfast, Practice Facility Open
8:00am    Shotgun start, On-Course Refreshments Available
1:00pm    Gourmet BBQ Reception, Awards Ceremony, Silent Auction and Raffle and Special Guest Presentation

$150/golfer for HCC members and non-members

Includes:

  • Continental breakfast       
  • 18 hole round, cart, gifts     
  • Post-play reception featuring gourmet BBQ by Chef, Tom Siders

Questions?  Contact HCCCF Golf Tournament Chair, Chris Alicandro calicandro@hopkintoncccf.org or 508-625-1372

REGISTER TODAY! 

Become a FAMILY SPONSOR and receive two spots in golf and 2 tickets to fall gala!

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Spring 2017 Youth in Philanthropy
Jan
10
to May 9

Spring 2017 Youth in Philanthropy

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Due to the overwhelming response to our inaugural Fall Youth in Philanthropy Program, HCCCF is excited to announce the addition of a second program for the 2016-17 school year.  Several spots are available and registration will open this September.  Stay tuned!

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