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It is the mission of the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation to improve the quality of life for inner city youth through a working partnership with other youth organizations.
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“The cast of “Wahlburgers” played cards at the Tewksbury Country Club on May 17. The celebrity poker tournament benefitted the Mark WahlbergYouth Foundation, and the prizes include an Indian Scout motorcycle, vacation getaways, and a seat at the World Series of Poker. The […]
On Tuesday December 2, as part of CIBC’s international Miracle Day event, celebrities came to the trading floor at CIBC in New York, where 100% of commissions were donated to The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation.
The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and Millennium Health present If Only, a short film intended for teens, parents and adults to raise awareness about the dangers of prescription drug misuse and abuse and to start a conversation that encourages the […]
Check out the fun video our friends at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester made for the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation’s 10th annual summer trip to Camp Northbound. Video was shot and edited with gear donated by Mark Wahlberg […]
Mark Wahlberg’s Indian Scout Motorcycle/Wahlburgers Raffle Mark Wahlberg will personally present you with a 2015 Indian® Scout™ motorcycle at the grand opening of Wahlburgers Fenway location! Tickets are Just $2.00 Each (Minimum Purchase of 5 Tickets) https://www.netraffle.org/raffle/index.php?rid=709 Your Ticket Reference […]
MWYF teamed up with Millenium Health to #DropThemOff Join Millennium Health and the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation to help prevent youth prescription drug abuse. Together, we have launched the Drop Them Off Campaign in collaboration with the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids’ Medicine Abuse Project to educate […]
The MWYF is proud to announce that our Executive Director Jim Wahlberg successfully ran the 2014 Boston Marathon and raised 100,000 for Inner-city youth. Jim Wahlberg’s run will benefit the MWYF and the Boys and Girls Clubs. Amazing work Jim.