Join the movement & give back
Giving Tuesday is tomorrow!
Please help support Manchester middle school students on their path to college while providing leadership opportunities for high school and college students pursuing careers in education.
Ready, Set, Almost Tuesday!

Dear Breakthrough Friends:

Breakthrough Manchester is pleased to be participating in Giving Tuesday tomorrow!

Please consider making a donation in any amount to support students, like Shiba, as we guide her on her path to college; and student teachers, like Becca, who have become teachers in our local workforce! We truly make a difference in the lives of so many!


We have a Giving Tuesday goal of $2,500 which is the cost to send one student through our Summer Program. The first $1,250 will be generously matched by Breakthrough Advisory Committee members Jon (and wife Kathy) Ross, and Dan (and wife Rhenea) Regan!
Let’s get that $1,250 pledged as early as possible!
Follow us on Facebook tomorrow for updates of our progress.

Your donation of $50, $100 or more will help us climb quickly to meet the match!

However, no amount is too small. If you are supporting other organizations for Giving Tuesday, please also consider a donation in any amount today or tomorrow to help our deserving Breakthrough students!

Gratefully yours,
Shiba is a Manchester middle school student and attends Breakthrough Manchester. She was born in Uganda and moved with her mother to the US so she could have a quality education. Shiba dreams of attending college to become a surgeon one day and Breakthrough Manchester is the first step in reaching her goals. "Breakthrough Manchester is a place of education, leadership, friendship and fun."
Becca was a student of Breakthrough Manchester, and returned as a Teaching Fellow and Program Coordinator. She is now a first-year teacher in NH and using the skills she developed as both a student and teacher of the Breakthrough program. "While teaching at Breakthrough, I learned about how I use my gift to improve the quality of education in the state."