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826 Boston will work with 5,000 students this year to provide high-quality writing programs that help students find their voices, tell their stories, and gain communication skills to succeed in school and in life.

Virtual event: Nov. 19, 7 PM

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WELCOME

Robin Young, Co-Host of WBUR's Here & Now


LET'S TOAST
Joanne Chang, Chef and Owner of Flour
Bakery + Cafe and Myers + Chang


PROGRAM BEGINS
Take part in our live auction with Zan Aufderheide,
watch a short film from Matt Watson, and hear from
special guests, including Angie Thomas, Robin Young,
826 Boston Executive Director Jessica Drench, and
826 Boston student authors


TABLE TALK

Chat with people at your virtual table

 

Online events make it easier to open our doors wide. 826 Boston is excited to offer community tickets and discounted tickets for those who are new to 826 Boston.

Please email Kristin Barrali if the solo ticket is not in your budget.

 

About 826 Boston

826 Boston is a nonprofit youth writing and publishing organization that empowers traditionally underserved students ages 6-18 to find their voices, tell their stories, and gain communication skills to succeed in school and in life. 

Since we opened our doors in 2007, 826 Boston has provided high-quality writing support and publishing opportunities to 25,000 students. 826 Boston programs are offered free of charge to students and families and include after-school tutoring, storytelling and bookmaking field trips, in-school writing and publishing projects, and creative writing workshops. 826 Boston is currently expanding by opening Writers' Rooms inside Boston Public Schools. 

826 Boston publishes books of student writing that highlight the often-overlooked voices in Boston. By sharing these important stories with the world, 826 Boston provides a platform for student voices and bolsters students' confidence and skills in writing. 826 Boston believes that now, more than ever, it is important to listen to, lift up, and honor what young people have to say.

Masterpiece Sponsor

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Novel Sponsors

Amundi Pioneer

Anonymous

Andrew Cohn & Marcia Leavitt

HubSpot

Putnam Investments

Carole Remick Charitable Foundation

Janet Tiampo & David Parker

Kevin & Ellen Whalen

Nutter

Chapter Sponsors

David & Betty Bagnani

Brookline Bank

Nancy Butman

Ken Cohen & Kate Flora

Harvey & Cathy Cotton

Donna Cowan & Barry Nelson

Mimi Curran & Co Bennett

Emily D'Amour

Peter Drench & Anne Ferguson

James Fiala & Robin Hennessy

Fiduciary Trust

Marc Foster & Andrea Roberts

Jon Fullerton & Louisa Lund

Meredith Goldstein

Charisse & David Howse

Gillian & Bill Kohli

Jeff Mayersohn & Linda Seamonson

Morgan Stanley

Nellie Mae Education Foundation

Michael Pappone & Diane Savitzky

Pam & Steve Rosenberg

Samantha Simmons & Brett Galloway

Benielle Sims

Ben & Kate Taylor

Tufts Health Plan


Media Sponsors: 
The Boston Globe and WBUR

Additional Support: 
AE Events

Hosted By

826 Boston, Inc.
For more information about tickets or sponsorship opportunities, contact Director of Advancement Kristin Barrali

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