The HERC Village

It takes a village of philanthropic partners to power the Boston HERC. Thank you to the 150+ foundations, businesses, and individuals who support Passport youth.


Institutional Supporters: 

Liberty Mutual Foundation

Imago Dei Fund

State Street Foundation

Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation,Bank of America, N.A. Trustee

Boston Public Schools

The Lynch Foundation

City of Boston’s Office of Workforce Development

Amelia Peabody Foundation

The Social Innovation Forum

Hestia Fund

Highland Street Foundation

Barr Foundation

The Philanthropy Connection

Wellington Management Foundation

Yawkey Foundation

The Boston Foundation

City of Boston Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Advancement

Eastern Bank Foundation

MassMutual Foundation

Partners HealthCare

Tech Goes Home

Oasis Systems

Tufts Health Plan

Harvard Pilgram Health Care Foundation

Symphony Church

Emmanuel Gospel Center

Million Dollar Round Table Foundation

Gordon College

The Boston HERC has been life-giving to students and their families and I am grateful to enthusiastically support this important work for the future success of first-generation students in post-secondary settings. The staff of Boston HERC care deeply for their students and are committed to their high school completion and career success.

Regina Robinson, Boston HERC Supporter and Dean of Student Affairs, Cambridge College

The Boston HERC is an urban oasis for students of color.  To be a fly on the wall in a Boston HERC classroom is to be at ground zero of a community transforming program that enables at-risk Latino, and other disadvantaged youth, to gain access to higher education, break the cycle of poverty, and become leaders in their communities.  The Imago Dei Fund is honored to partner with the Boston HERC.

Jennifer Oakley, Imago Dei Fund