Athletes In Service
the neighborhood center
All programs involving Boston College athletes in service are coordinated and facilitated by Moe Maloney, Assistant Director of the Neighborhood Center and former BC Baseball Coach. For more information or to find out how to get involved please contact Moe Maloney at email@example.com or 617-552-0447.
Help Educate Through Athletic Responsibility (H.E.A.R.) Program
Each semester Boston College student athletes visit public and parochial elementary schools in Allston-Brighton to mentor children. Athletes act as role models for students in the schools by interacting with, encouraging and motivating children to work hard in school, follow their dreams and never give up. Check out a video of a H.E.A. R. Program at the Russell School in Dorchester on YouTube. The Russell School is one of Boston College's partnering schools through the Step UP Urban Outreach Initiative.
Food for Families Program
Each month BC student athletes help package and distribute 250 bags of groceries supplied by the Boston Food Bank, to needy families at the Commonwealth Housing Development.
Moe Maloney Service Award
This service award was created by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee in 2005, in honor of former Boston College Baseball Coach and current Assistant Director of Boston College Neighborhood Center, Moe Maloney. Each year it awarded to the top male and female athletes in regards to their community service involvement.
Read about Moe Maloney in the news!
BC Neighborhood Center's Moe Maloneyhas helped launch a 'slam-dunk' partnership between the nation's oldest public day school for the hearing impaired and a local boys and girls club. Boston Globe.