Youth Open Mic Goes Online
Young performers up to age 18 are invited to take part in Friday's online open mic, receive a gift certificate and maybe win free pizza.
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The Social Dilemma Screens Free Online
The Social Dilemma: The Technology That Connects Us Also Controls Us is a new documentary about the link between social media and mental health.
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Youth Dental Clinic Planned
Island youth up to age 18 can schedule appointments now for the clinic to be held March 6.
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Kids' Free Dental Clinics Scheduled
Children aged 9 to 18 are eligible for free dental services at the clinics, Jan. 15 and Jan. 16 by appointment only.
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Racial Justice Program Launches
A series of diversity, equity, and inclusion programs begins this month, sponsored by the Martha's Vineyard Nonprofit Collaborative.
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Youth Programs See Big Boost from New Donor Group
Julia Wells

One year after MVYouth was founded with its innovative fundraising model, $1 million has translated to new headquarters for the Island Wide Youth Collaborative, a new Little League Field and five college scholarships.

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Youth Collaborative Breaks Ground for New Building
Alison Mead

The fledgling Island Wide Youth Collaborative celebrated a milestone this week by breaking ground for a new building. The building was made possible thanks to a $620,000 grant from MVYouth, a donor fund established last summer.

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Susan Mercier Joins Youth Collaborative
Susan Mercier joins Martha’s Vineyard Community Services as the new Island Wide Youth Collaborative program coordinator.
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Giant Leap Forward
An atmosphere of great celebration prevailed here at the Island Wide Youth Collaborative and Martha’s Vineyard Community Services this week.
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New Philanthropy Group Bestows Grants
Ivy Ashe

A new facility for youth mental health services and a new field for Little Leaguers received funding Tuesday night as the recently established MVYouth community fund presented its first two expansion grants, part of a $1 million yearly campaign to help the Island’s youngest residents.

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