We Are Hyde Square Task Force

The mission of Hyde Square Task Force is to develop the skills of youth and their families so they are empowered to enhance their own lives and build a strong and vibrant urban community.

Hyde Square Task Force’s programs and civic engagement activities are developed by youth and residents in response to community needs. Youth are at the heart of all our work. We believe that social change is most successful when young people develop the skills to succeed and become committed change-makers. Since its founding, Hyde Square Task Force has developed ongoing programs for youth and families that not only help them advance at school and in careers, but also give them opportunities to take pride and action in their communities.

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    • Globe Readers And Non-profits Together
      Good news! The Boston Globe recently announced that they’ve reinstated one of their community programs. Called GRANT (Globe Readers and Non-profits Together), the program invites Globe subscribers to help nonprofits earn free advertisements in the paper. You may receive an email about the initiative. If so, just click on the link. If you’re a subscriber but haven’t gotten an email, you can click here. You’ll need your subscriber number, which is on your home delivery […]
    • MIC at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
      Hyde Square Task Force’s Musicians in Community (MIC) performed at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on Friday, February 24th, as part of the museum’s school vacation week line-up.  Youth sang and played covers from some of their favorite artists. The eclectic set list included Celia Cruz, Adele, John Legend, Alessia Cara, Ben Harper, and Hiatus Kaiyote. They performed two 30-minute sets. The teens received rousing applause. Afterward audience members complimented the […]
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