MVYouth Adds $500,000 to Coronavirus Relief Effort
Louisa Hufstader
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, the Island Food Pantry, Island Grown Initiative and the YMCA of MV are among those receiving relief from the community fund.
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MVYouth Launches Study to Assess Needs of Island Youth
Will Sennott
MVYouth awarded expansion grants of $200,000 to the YMCA and $75,000 to Vineyard Family Tennis, announcing simultaneously a comprehensive study of the needs of Island youth and youth services.
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Workforce Development Grants Help Fund the Island's Future
Noah Asimow
MV Youth workforce grants fund education for students looking to enter non-traditional four-year colleges and professional career paths.
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MVYouth Announces College Scholarship Winners
Six Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School seniors will receive $580,000 in college scholarships from MVYouth, the community fund announced today.
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MV Youth Grants Go to Jabberwocky, Boys and Girls Club
Holly Pretsky
Camp Jabberwocky and the Martha’s Vineyard Boys and Girls Club received MVYouth grants totaling $750,000.
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Major Grant Announced for Youth Tennis
Noah Asimow

The community fund MVYouth this week awarded a $250,000 grant to Vineyard Youth Tennis to replace the bubble that allows for wintertime play.

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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.
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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.
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MVYouth Sees Summer Success

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

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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.

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