MVYouth Announces Scholarship Winners
Nine Martha’s Vineyard high school seniors will receive more than $660,000 in scholarships from MVYouth, the community fund announced this week.
Read More

MVYouth Awards Over $1.2 Million to Museum and Community Services
Landry Harlan
MVYouth has announced more than $1.2 million in expansion grants for the Martha’s Vineyard Museum and Early Childhood Programs at Community Services.
Read More

MVYouth Sees Summer Success

The community fund founded in August 2014 has renewed over ninety per cent of its original founding donors.

Read More

MVYouth Announces Scholarship Winners

Six Martha’s Vineyard seniors will receive four-year college scholarships, the community fund announced this week. The awards total $700,000, and for the first time this year include a charter school graduate.

Read More

MVYouth Awards $1.35 Million to Ice Arena, Felix Neck
Heather Hamacek

The Martha’s Vineyard Arena and Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary will complete major capital campaigns this year thanks to $1.35 million in expansion grants announced Tuesday by MVYouth.

Read More

MVYouth Awards Scholarships to Seven Island Students

MVYouth has awarded $542,874 in college scholarships to seven Martha's Vineyard seniors to attend the college of their choice.

Read More

Youth Grants Go to Boys & Girls Club, Skate Park, Chamber Music Society
Julia Wells

Three organizations that serve hundreds of Island youth have received grants totaling $511,000 from MVYouth, a community fund begun two years ago.

Read More

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.

Read More

MVYouth Announces First College Scholarships

Five graduating regional high school seniors have been chosen to receive four-year college scholarships from MVYouth.

Read More

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.

Read More

Pages