Our programs and services would not be possible without the support of the following significant contributors.
Generosity is the most natural outward expression of an inner attitude of compassion
On behalf of the BMA TenPoint Board of Directors and staff, we wish to express our deepest appreciation to our friends and partners--the foundations, corporate donors, and individuals who have generously supported the work of BMA TenPoint over the past year. You have trusted us to use your resources to provide additional, critical support to the youth and families of our communities in these uniquely challenging times. It has been our privilege to continue to earn this trust by not simply adapt to a new ministry context, but evolving in it.
We have partnered with more churches and community organizations and in newer ways, opening up novel ways of providing resources and supports to the very diverse groups of people that make Boston their home. From technology and technical assistant for children and families who’ve moved to online education, to supports for families struggling with food insecurities, BMA TenPoint has been busier, more engaged, and more impactful than ever.
While the future is still uncertain, we are far from fearful. To the contrary, we are increasingly excited with each new strategy we have the opportunity to try.
And we thank you for being an essential part of the great work we have been able to do.
Very Truly Yours,
Winn Companies donates $100,000
BOSTON (February 2, 2021) – WinnCompanies today announced a $100,000 donation to the Black Ministerial Alliance TenPoint, Inc. (BMATP), an alliance of churches, faith and community- based organizations that works with more than 100 nonprofits, churches, and ministries to deliver services to low-income youth and their families.