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The Literacy Connection awarded Harvard Allston Partnership Grant
Pictured left to right: Boston City Councilor Mark Ciommo, President of Harvard University Drew Faust, The Literacy Connection Director Pat Andrews, CSJ, Mayor of Boston Marty Walsh, and State Representative Kevin Honan.
The Literacy Connection was awarded a grant to provide tutoring in English, literacy, and citizenship preparation to 13 adults in GPA programs in Allston-Brighton.
The Harvard Allston Partnership Fund (HAPF) was created by Harvard and the City of Boston, in collaboration with the Allston-Brighton community, to support neighborhood improvement projects, cultural enrichment, and educational programming in North Allston-Brighton. The program awards $100,000 in grants each year.
Since its creation in 2008, the HAPF has provided $800,000 in grants to 25 local organizations, supporting programs for more than 4,300 Allston-Brighton residents.