Together we can make a difference for families in need!

A gift of any size will make an impact on the Boston community that we serve. Your gift will help in the following ways:
$25 will pay for one child or youth to receive an hour of MCAS tutoring to improve their grades and test scores in our Victory Generation Out of School Time program. This program improves a child’s academic, social, emotional, and cognitive functioning.

$50 will pay for one youth to participate in a small group session on how to cook healthy foods with hands-on experience from a professional chef. This will teach them life skills, foster positive peer interactions with both youth and staff, and it will provide the food necessary for them to take the class to learn how to cook.

$100 will provide afterschool snacks, structured play, and academic support for a child for one week in our Victory Generation Out of School Time program. This program improves a child’s academic, social, emotional, and cognitive functioning.

$250 will provide training and support for clergy women and female seminarians needed to impact our community in a way that will promote peace and decrease crime, build relations across denominations and race, and give people a sense of hope, morality, truth, and community.

$500 will provide a series of intensive Capacity Institute trainings to a group of staff from Boston based non-profit organizations to teach them how to operate more efficiently and effectively in order to serve Boston’s children, youth and families better.

$1,000 will help operate a Teen Café on a weekend night when youth violence is at its highest. Some of the costs include guest youth speakers, food, music, and activities such as crafts, games, awards, etc. These events build positive interactions among youth who normally are at odds with each other due to gang rivalries.

Become a Monthly Donor The monthly donor program is a unique way to support all of the BMA’s programs and services throughout the year. Your monthly gift of at least $20 a month will help the BMA provide continuous services to all of our constituents to improve the city of Boston.

Make a Tribute Gift A tribute gift is a meaningful way to celebrate a special occasion (a birthday, wedding, graduation, baby shower, etc,) or to honor the memory of a loved one. You will receive a special mailed notification to the one you are honoring to inform them of this unique gift and/or to family members if you are memorializing someone who has passed.

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Other Ways to Give

Donate By Mail

Please send your contribution by mail with a check made payable to Black Ministerial Alliance to:
Attn: Amy Malkemes
Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston
2010 Columbus Avenue
Roxbury, MA 02119

Matching Gifts

Many employers sponsor matching gift programs to double or even triple your charitable contribution. Click here to find out if your company has a matching gift policy.

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Fundraising Events

Attend our annual gala event. It is our biggest celebration of the year with over 300 community-based, faith-based, and corporate leaders and constituents present. Details for 2016 are just about to get underway. If you have interest in joining our committee, please contact Amy Malkemes at amalkemes[at] Details for our 2015 gala, click here. Details for our 2014 gala, click here.

Host your own event to benefit any of BMA’s programs and services.

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Financial Contributions

You can financially support the work of the BMA through planned giving, stock gifts, workplace giving and corporate giving.




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Donated Gift Cards and Targeted Campaigns

Donate essential items or plan a targeted campaign/drive with your family, friends, coworkers, school group or organization. Gift cards mostly needed by our families in our Victory Generation Out of School Time Program. These include stores that are in close proximity to where our families live including Save-A-Lot, Stop and Shop, Shaws, Tropical Foods, Rite-Aid, Walgreens, and CVS.

To set up a food drive, holiday drive, back to school campaign, or other targeted campaign, please email Henry Paige, Victory Generation Interim Director at hhpaige[at]

The Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. Gifts made to the BMA are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

EIN: 04-3499852.

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