Tenacity works with urban youth to enable post-secondary success through a combination of literacy, life skills development, family engagement, and fitness/tennis. Tenacity is celebrating its 18th year of helping over 30,000 students build a foundation for lifetime achievement. High school graduation rate is 95% and college enrollment is 70% for Tenacity’s school year Pathway students.
There are several ways to support the important work of Tenacity. Financial contributions are always welcome and if you live in the Boston or Worcester area there are dozens of ways to volunteer – including teaching reading, tennis and fitness. Learn more at tenacity.org.
Read our interview with Tenacity’s Founder and CEO, Ned Eames – “A Passion for All Kids to Reach Their Potential.”