We are able to provide care to a patient population in need.”
Betty Ben Dor, Harvard School of Dental Medicine student
Betty and many other Dental School students volunteer and learn at ACTION, a student-run pediatric dental clinic at Harvard, which provides care to pediatric patients at the Cambridge Health Alliance in Cambridge and the Greater Boston area.
Sharing the arts
The Ed Portal’s family-friendly Concerts in the Common bring music, dance, storytelling, and demonstrations to the community.Read More
The Family Van, a Harvard Medical School-affiliated community health program, now provides mental health support for clients.
A Harvard Graduate School of Education alum created a play-based curriculum for toddlers in Boston.
The Harvard Divinity School Garden provides healthy food for the community.
Harvard Law’s Consumer Protection Clinic saves thousands of dollars for Boston residents every year.
Staff at the Harvard Business School can be paired with local students in a pen pal program.
No one is less because they go to a food pantry. No one deserves to be hungry.”
Leah Gose, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences alum
Leah is shedding light on how we can work together to provide nutritional assistance, address barriers to access, and create policies that eliminate food insecurity.
Why are we just dreaming about it? Can we set a deadline for the end of poverty?”
Jim Yong Kim, Harvard Medical and Harvard Griffin GSAS alum
With his friend Paul Farmer, Jim Yong Kim co-founded Partners in Health, which now delivers care to millions in the world’s poorest places.