2020 CHAIRMAN’S CHALLENGE
The pandemic has widened racial and socioeconomic achievement gaps. Low-income families like the ones Inversant serves are taking an especially hard hit. That’s why Inversant Founder and Chair of the Board, Bob Hildreth committed $50,000 to the Alumni Assistance Fund. Now he’s challenging you to join him in support!
LOW-TO-MODERATE INCOME FAMILIES ARE HIT HARD
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way students live and learn. As Massachusetts schools closed their doors, many transitioned to online classes. But that created unique challenges:
A lack of technology. Without a computer or high-speed internet, many students struggle with online meetings. Spotty and slow internet can cause anxiety, reducing productivity. It can take hours to complete what would’ve taken 15 minutes in the classroom.
Unexpected food expenses. Many low-income students rely on free breakfast and lunch each day. They now have an unexpected cost of food.
No quiet space to study. With no quiet space to study, students worry they’ll fall behind and their grades will suffer. If they don’t keep their grades up, scholarships and other financial aid may not be available.
That’s why Bob knew he had to step in. Bob has committed his career to helping the underserved and this pandemic is no different.
Now he’s asking for your support.
ACCEPT BOB’S CHALLENGE AND DONATE TODAY!
ONLY $50 MONTH WILL HELP PROVIDE ESSENTIAL ACCESS:
- Cover the cost of necessary school supplies like a laptop or high-speed internet
- Cover monthly expenses like rent, food, car loans, health care, and more