Gloucester, MA – City Kids, a youth education nonprofit created by City Realty Group, donated 20 Chromebooks to Action Inc., a Gloucester-based nonprofit and community action agency.
The mission of Action Inc. is to build an equitable and resilient community by creating opportunities for all on Cape Ann. City Kids makes this donation to support youth education programs provided by Action Inc. in local communities.
City Realty Group vice president of marketing, Maggie Flynn, and Marketing Associate Haley Cornell delivered the Chromebooks to Action Inc.’s Timothy L. Riley Education and Training Center, located at 180 Main Street in Gloucester. They were accompanied by Hope and Teddy Spiegel, managers at The Studio Restaurant in Gloucester. The Studio provided catering services during a class break for the students and faculty.
City Kids and Action Inc. both strive to provide underserved youth with education resources and opportunities that inspire their imagination and lead to future success. City Realty Group managing partners, Fred Starikov and Stephen Whalen, founded City Kids to spark intellectual curiosity among the children of Boston by providing them unique experiences and powerful educational resources.
Action Inc. is a nonprofit organization and community action agency founded in 1965 as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty. It is a member of the Community Action Partnership, a network of more than 1,000 agencies dedicated to helping people in need and eliminating poverty in the U.S. Action Inc. works with partners at local, state and national levels to provide quality services that change lives and help people move up the ladder of economic opportunity.