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STEP 1: create/join a team

Team captains register, create a team name  to share with their teammates, and submit payment.*

*Maximum of 10 participants per team.

 

Each team member can then click to register and join their team. 

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STEP 2: Select a NONPROFIT PARTNER

Team Captains will choose a local nonprofit as their 2024 Challenge partner.

STEP 3: Compete on June 12th!

Starting at Cambridge Crossing, your team competes in a variety of intellectual, physical, and community service missions, racking up points for your chosen nonprofit partner.

 

Then, come celebrate at the Block Party at Tech Square where checks are presented to the nonprofits, and the winning team will lift the Kendall Cup!

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TEAM Pricing

Member: $2,500

Non-Member: $3,500

Nonprofit/Start-up: $500

NonProfit / Start-up pricing

Nonprofits: 501c(3) or 501c(6) organizations with budgets under $750K
Start-ups:  With 20 or fewer employees; less than $500K in gross revenue; and 
less than $10 million in capital

Questions? Email Kendra Foley at kendra@kendallsquare.org.

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Day of

1:00PM - 2:00PM

Warm Up & Kick Off!

Cambridge Crossing

2:00PM - 4:00PM

Challenge throughout the

Kendall Square area

4:00PM - 6:00PM

 Block Party

Tech Square

Nonprofit Partners
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We have the honor of partnering with 5 nonprofits who will be beneficiaries of the 2024 Kendall Square Challenge. When registering their teams, Team Captains will be prompted to choose one of these nonprofits to support throughout the Challenge.

2024 Nonprofits
Cambridge Volunteers
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Charles River Conservancy
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The Charles River Conservancy (CRC), founded in 2000, is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the Charles River and its surrounding parks. They envision a future where these spaces are celebrated, accessible to all, and become thriving hubs of public life. Through partnerships and community engagement, they strive to achieve this vision by:

  • Promoting active use and stewardship of the Charles River.

  • Transforming the parks into platforms for community connection and cultural activities.

  • Advocating for responsible development and sustainability based on research and placemaking principles.

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InnerCity Weightlifting
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Founded in 2010, InnerCity Weightlifting (ICW) is a Cambridge-based non-profit that empowers young people traditionally labeled "at-risk" through the power of weightlifting. Going beyond the gym, they provide a supportive community, educational opportunities, and job training, aiming to break generational cycles and unlock the potential of each individual. Through weightlifting, ICW fosters resilience, discipline, and self-belief, equipping young people with the tools and confidence to thrive.

Kids in Tech
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Technology Exchange Lab
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