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Meet the Kids: Kat

Kethleen “Kat” Canola, a senior at East Boston High, started as a painter at Artists for Humanity in February 2014 and soon realized her passion for design…

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Meet the Kids: Natalia

Big Sister Luz and Little Sister Natalia, a 16-year old sophomore, were matched in 2014. Little Sister Natalia admitted she kept to herself at first, but guidance from their Match Support Specialist…

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Meet the Kids: Kiley

Taking someone with autism to the theater can be a challenge. Many parents face the scenario of spending money to take a chance on going to the theatre as a family, only to have their son/daughter need…

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Meet the Kids: Edwin

10-year old Edwin is a camper at Hale Reservation through a partnership with Dorchester’s Bird Street Community Center…

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Meet the Kids: Saverio

Congratulations to our America Scores Boston’s National Slam candidate, Saverio, whose poem “Stuck” will be featured in the next Men In Blazer’s blog The Raven…

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Meet the Kids: Ronique

As the primary caretaker of her family, Ronique, 17, was cooking, packing lunches and making sure everyone’s needs were met…

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Meet the Kids: Hannah

Middle school student Hannah Levine recognized early warning signs of her cancer and, thanks to the 15-40 Connection programs, she knew what to do next…

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Meet the Kids: Zachary

Zachary faced the hardships of poverty and homelessness throughout school, but with the help of School on Wheels he held on tight to the one thing in his life he could control—his education…

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Meet the Kids: Naishka

Prior to being referred to The Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps’ Detention Diversion Advocacy Program (DDAP) for an assault and battery charge, Naishka was a victim of bullying and had suicidal…

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Meet the Kids: Victoria

Victoria, was a shy, three-year-old who had not spoken a single word. Her mother, Rebecca, enrolled in Raising A Reader to help her…

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