Supporters & Partners

The Possible Project could not exist without our supporters and partners. We are so grateful for every dollar, every donated item, and every minute volunteered. See What’s Possible! Check out our 5 Year Retrospective.

A total of 88 individuals volunteered their time in 2015 with our students.  Their time as Pitch Panelists, Pitch Mentors, Career Guest Conference Participants, Design and Maker Gurus, and Workshop Facilitators totaled nearly 300 hours.  We are so appreciative of all of our 2015 volunteers.

Academic Partners

Cambridge Rindge and Latin School

Cambridge Rindge & Latin School (CRLS) is a comprehensive high school divided into four learning communities designed to promote high levels of learning and achievement for all students. The mission of the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School is to provide a quality education to every student through rigorous, comprehensive, and personalized teaching and learning.

Community Charter School of Cambridge

The Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) is a public, tuition-free, college preparatory charter school located in Kendall Square, Cambridge. It opened its doors to students in 2005 and currently serves 360 students in grades 6 through 12. The school’s design principles are to ensure a challenging academic program, know every student well, and build adult-world connections by having students demonstrate mastery of learning in annual dissertation-style roundtables with community members, placing students in internships and engaging them in curriculum with meaningful ties to the surrounding community.

Prospect Hill Academy

The mission of Prospect Hill Academy is to prepare each student for success in college, inspire a lifelong love of learning, and foster responsible citizenship.  It was founded in Somerville in 1996 by a diverse group of parents who believed that children should have access to free, quality education. It is now a three-campus school with the Upper School (grades 7-12) located in Cambridge.

Madison Park Technical Vocational High School

Madison Park Technical Vocational High School is a public vocational technical high school located in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. It is the only technical vocational high school located in within the city of Boston.

City on A Hill - Dudley Square

City on a Hill Dudley Square was founded in 2013 as City on a Hill Charter Public School II. City on a Hill Dudley Square has rolled out one grade at a time, reaching full enrollment with 280 students in grades 9 through 12 in the 2016-17 school year. It is located at 2179 Washington Street in Roxbury, right in Dudley Square.

Match High School

Founded in 2000, Match High School is the upper school campus of Match Charter Public School. Students from Match Middle School in Jamaica Plain transition to the 9th grade at Match High School located on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston. Our high school continues the Match mission of “success in college and beyond for every student” by pushing students to excel in both academics and character development.

Community Partners

Cambridge Housing Authority

Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA) provides more than 5,000 families, elders, and disabled individuals with affordable housing or rental assistance.  CHA is recognized as a national leader among public housing authorities for its innovative approaches.  TPP is proud to be partnering with CHA on TPP’s Makerspace, which will be coming to Portland Street in Kendall Square in late 2014.

Biogen Foundation

The Biogen Foundation’s mission is to improve the quality of peoples’ lives and contribute to the vitality of the communities in which the company operates, with a special emphasis on innovative ways to promote science literacy and encourage young people to consider science careers. In 2014, Biogen Foundation awarded a $500,000 grant to support five years of TPP’s Makerspace programming.

2015 Supporters

Possible Founders | (Gifts of $100,000 or Greater)

Samantha, Becky, and Mark Levin Family Foundation

Biogen Foundation

Possible Investors | (Gifts of $25,000 to $99,999)

Robert Tepper and Lynn Buttolph

Cognizant Technology Solutions

CB Richard Ellis - N.E. Partners, LP

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

Lloyd G. Balfour Foundation

John and Susan Simon

Glenn and Candace Batchelder

Levin & Company, Inc.

Vicki Sato and Lewis Cantley

Possible Sponsors | (Gifts of $10,000 to $24,999)

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

InterContinental Insurance Brokers, LLC

Michael and Alison Bonney

Peter and Carolyn Lynch

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP

Solid Biosciences

Charles River Labs

Goldman, Sachs & Co.


Wells Fargo

Alnylam Pharmaceuticals

Pearl360 Partners

Moderna Therapeutics

A.C. Ratshesky Foundation

Cornerstone Research

Shelly and Ofer Nemirovsky

Christine and John Maraganore

Nick and Alice Galakatos

Tom and Lisa Croswell

Leschly Family

Thomas and Jennifer Sleeper

Joan Wood and James Geraghty

Possible Patrons | (Gifts of $5,000 to $9,999)

Rosenberg Ebin Family Foundation

Massachusetts Biotechnology Council

Faber Daeufer & Itrato, PC

Andersen Tax


PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Neiman Marcus

Charter Oak Foundation

Gary Cohen

Dr. Noubar and Anna Afeyan

William and Sherry Young

Christie Student Health on behalf of Frederick Chicos

Fenel and Luz Eloi

Barry and Natalie Greene

Thomas Andrews