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Our Supporters

Our key program partners on the journey to educational equity are the Public Schools of Brookline and the Brookline Housing Authority, but Steps to Success would not be possible without generous financial support from foundations, public sources, businesses, and individual donors. This funding keeps our programs free of charge to over 300 Brookline students from low-income families every year. We are truly grateful to ALL of these institutions and individuals for supporting the mission of Steps to Success.

To learn more about joining this remarkable family of Steps supporters, please visit:


We extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to the following institutions supporting us this year:

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Anonymous | BB Lederer Sons Foundation | Fitzgibbons Fund | Herb and Maxine Jacobs Foundation | Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation | Mary W. Harriman Foundation | Max & Lorayne Cooper Philanthropic Fund | The Janey Fund Charitable Trust | Town of Brookline, CDBG Program


Program Partners

Steps to Success is part of a unique public-private partnership between the Brookline Housing Authority, Public Schools of Brookline, and STS, Inc. The Partners worked together to determine that in order to best serve the needs of our students and families, we need to provide programs that are holistic, coordinated, and comprehensive. This ensures our students are receiving the supports they need during school, after school, and at home. Thus, the focus of each Partner has been clarified to provide programs from sun-up until sun-down.  Ultimately, an investment in the Partnership is an investment in a better and stronger Brookline.

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Beaver Country Day Camp
Boston College Carroll School of Management Invest ‘N Kids (INK) Program
Boston University Bioinformatics Graduate Program
Boston University Office of Government & Community Affairs
Brantwood Camp
Bridgewater State University’s Center for Multicultural Affairs
Brimmer and May Summer Camp
Brookline Adult and Community Education (BACE)
Brookline Early Education Program (BEEP)
Brookline Housing Authority (BHA)
Brookline Interactive Group (BIG)
Brookline METCO
Brookline Teen Center
Brookline Recreation Department
Calculus Project
Camp Hawkeye
Camp Beckett
Camp Chimney Corners
Camp Hale
Camp Nebagamon
Crossroads Camps for Kids
City Year
Dexter Southfield School
Framingham State University Admissions
Girls on the Run
Jacobs Family Book Awards Fund
Junior Achievement
John Hancock MLK Scholars Program
Lesley University Urban Scholars Program
Let’s Get Ready
MDK Branding Services
National Partnership for Educational Access (NPEA)
The Peter Gammons Scholarship Fund
Pine Manor College
Public Schools of Brookline
Rockland Trust
Simmons College, School of Management
Simmons College, Scott/Ross Center for Community Service Learning
Smart Summers
The Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund
Summer @ Park
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth College NOW Program
Wheelock College
Youth Opportunities Program
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Especially this year, Steps is proud to belong to Be More Brookline (BMB). Brought to you by the Brookline Council of Nonprofit Leaders, BMB will illustrate how YOU can help Brookline be more accessible, equitable, giving, and kind. Steps has been at the core of Brookline’s fabric since 2001, helping define its unique character.


Whether you can contribute time, skills, donations - or all of the above - there is an opportunity for you to engage with Brookline’s nonprofit community. For more information, please visit

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