City Kids, a youth education nonprofit program developed by City Realty, donated Chromebook laptop computers to 50 high achieving students at the West End House Boys & Girls Club in Allston. The computer donation provides a necessary tool to the high school and college-age students for the rest of the school year, and beyond.
Among the recipients was Mission Hill’s Shantal Soloman. She is a recent graduate of Providence College.
This donation is part of the City Kids mission to provide educational resources and opportunities for children growing up in Boston’s inner city neighborhoods. City Kids was created by City Realty Managing Partners Steve Whalen and Fred Starikov. To date, the program has donated more than 500 laptops to local schools and educational programs. City Kids is a non-profit program whose goal is to spark intellectual curiosity in the children of Boston by providing them with unique experiences and powerful educational resources. City Kids was created by Steve Whalen and Fred Starikov, the managing partners of City Realty, a full service real estate development firm. Recent City Kids initiatives have included donating over 500 laptops to local schools and educational programs. In addition, City Kids provides summer camp scholarships, art programs, free yoga classes, playground clean-ups, backpack giveaways, community meals and even surfing trips to New England beaches.