Friends of My Brother’s Keeper

Friends of MBK is an organization dedicated to helping sustain the project Mayor Donchess launched in 2016, My Brother’s Keeper Nashua.

My Brother’s Keeper, a national community challenge started by Pres. Obama, aims to address the obstacles to success facing many youths, especially those of color and those at risk.

The Nashua initiative is a citywide collaboration of many partnering organizations that serve our community’s families. One of its major programming sites is in the newly repurposed old fire house, now called Arlington Street Community Center, next to Dr. Norman W. Crisp Elementary School.

Friends of MBK is a separate, nonprofit organization committed to raising funds for the project.
United Way serves as the fiscal agent.

Please help us help Nashua’s youth be successful in school, at home, and in our community.

Learn more about the My Brother’s Keeper initiative at the City of Nashua website.

Contact the Friends of My Brother’s Keeper by email: