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Our Partnerships

We currently volunteer with seven programming sites throughout Greater Boston. We would be nowhere without the continued collaboration and support of these amazing partnerships, and are excited to highlight them below. If you have any questions regarding our work or would like to partner with Peace Through Play in the future, please let us know!

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Rafael Hernandez School

Rafael Hernandez is a K-8 school located in Roxbury, MA.  Our volunteers provide after school programming for grades K1-4th, ending each semester with a talent show put on by the students.

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Edward Everett Elementary School

Edward Everett is a K-5 school located in Dorchester, MA. Our volunteers visit each week to collaborate with their after-school YMCA program.

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Saint Patrick's School

One of our oldest and most cherished partnerships, St. Patrick School is a K-8 Catholic school located in the heart of the Roxbury community.  Our volunteers provide after-school programming throughout the week.

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Boys & Girls Club Tierney

The Boys and Girls Club located in Roxbury, MA offers a variety of activities for children after school. Our volunteers visit each week to collaborate with their program.

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St. Stephen’s Youth Programs

St. Stephen’s Youth Programs offer after school activity with the goal of keeping students safe, healthy, and active. Peace Through Play hosts programming at St. Stephen's three times a week.

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Hurley School

The Hurley School is a K-8 bilingual elementary school located in Boston. Our volunteers visit each week to collaborate with K-2nd grade students as part of their after-school YMCA program.

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Martin Luther King Jr. School

The Martin Luther King Jr. School is a K-8 school located in Dorchester, MA. Our volunteers visit once a week, mainly working with students in K-3rd grade.