Community Consulting Teams of Boston Awards a Consulting Project Grant to Boston City Singers
(February 28, 2018 – Dorchester, MA) Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT) has selected Boston City Singers as one of its 11 pro bono management consulting projects for 2018. CCT has awarded over 200 consulting grants to Boston-area nonprofits since its inception in 1990, providing an estimated $17 million value. Boston City Singers was chosen among Boston-area nonprofits based on its organizational stability and readiness to plan and implement change. The CCT project will focus on Boston City Singer’s business strategy. “We are honored to be selected from such an impressive group of applicants and are so grateful for this support,” said Jane Money, Founding Artistic Director.
About Community Consulting Teams of Boston
Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT) amplifies the impact of Boston-area nonprofits through pro bono management consulting projects performed by teams of experienced MBAs from top-tier business schools. Since 1990, CCT has helped over 170 Boston-area nonprofits, with more than 700 MBA alumni volunteering to address their most pressing business challenges. Learn more about CCT at www.cctboston.org
About Boston City Singers
Boston City Singers was founded 23 years ago in the inner city neighborhood of Dorchester. Their vision is to transform the lives of inner city young people one voice at a time, inspiring and developing each heart to live with compassion in a world of differences.
They train and inspire the musician, student, and ambassador in each singer by providing the highest level of musical instruction and wide-ranging performance opportunities to support personal development, celebrate diversity, and foster goodwill. Boston City Singers is proud to have 100% of those who graduate with them accepted to 4-year colleges and 96% have graduated on time thanks to their zeal, commitment and substantial scholarships. This year, Boston City Singers graduates amassed over $300,000 in scholarships on the basis of staff support, recommendations and referrals.