• Chinatown Big Sibling

    programs

    PBHA's Chinatown Big Sibling program establishes one-on-one mentoring relationships between college students and young people living in Chinatown.

  • CHANCE

    programs

    CHANCE works with students at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School to develop the desire, support, and motivation to gain admission to college and to succeed there and beyond.

  • BRYE Tutoring

    programs

    BRYE Tutoring supports recent immigrant and refugee youth in Dorchester through quality instruction and homework help, with a priority on improving English skills.

  • BRYE Teen

    programs

    BRYE Teen supports recently immigrated teenagers in Dorchester as they build English skills and learn to navigate a new cultural environment.

  • BRYE 121

    programs

    PBHA's BRYE 1-2-1 is a big sibling program for recent immigrant and refugee youth living in Dorchester.

  • Athena

    programs

    The Athena Program is working towards a world where gender does not determine your confidence, aspirations, and opportunities in life.

  • STRIVE

    programs

    STRIVE supports low-income young people living with sickle cell disease through one-on-one academic tutoring, mentoring, peer support and advocacy.

  • Mission Mentor

    programs

    PBHA’s Mission Mentor fosters one-on-one relationships between Mission Hill youth and college-age mentors in order to broaden children’s access and exposure to the resources in Boston and beyond.

  • Keylatch Afterschool

    programs

    PBHA's Keylatch Afterschool program provides youth from Boston's South End and Lower Roxbury with a high quality, enriching experience outside the classroom.