Virtual Trivia Night

April 29, 2021
6:00PM – 7:30PM (EST)
Online Event

Gather your friends and family for a night of fun, trivia, and helping kids in need. Join ACS virtually for a fun-filled evening of trivia hosted by Sporcle and Stump! Trivia Quiz, the premiere trivia game.

Recruit your own trivia team, play solo, or meet new people by being assigned to a team. Whichever way you join, we guarantee you will have fun! Prizes will be awarded to the 1st place team.

Proceeds from this event go directly to providing mental health services to children and families involved in the juvenile justice system. Tickets are $25.00 per person. You must register in order to receive the Zoom link to access the event. Visit for more details and to purchase your ticket.

Questions? Contact Robyn at [email protected] or 617-494-1035 x108.

Thank you for joining ACS for Neighbor Night

What a great night we had celebrating Neighbor Night in the Springdale Barrel Room at Jack’s Abby Brewing. Thank you to everyone who attended to support ACS’s mission while enjoying the unique taproom, delicious beverages and food!

Paint for a Cause

This past Giving Tuesday ACS supporters created their very own work-of-art while supporting our work with court-involved children and families! This was ACS’s first Paint for a Cause fundraiser. Thank you to everyone who came out for a fun night, and thank you MUSE Paintbar for the donation.

Heal, Grow, & Thrive

Heal, Grow, & Thrive was truly an inspiring evening as we celebrated the 45th anniversary of ACS and our work with thousands of court-involved children.


What an honor it was to recognize Rebecca Pries, ACS Founder, for her vision, leadership, and unwavering dedication to supporting children and families for more than 40 years. And simply stated, there would be no 45th anniversary to celebrate without her. We were thrilled to also honor, Dr. Judith Lewis Herman, Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and award-winning author. She is responsible for some of the most groundbreaking contributions to the study of complex trauma. Dr. Herman’s message was full of hope and highlighted the incredible power of resiliency.


Rebecca shared a compelling quote from Winston Churchill that has stayed with me. “Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts.” This insightful reflection truly captures ACS’s mission, spirit, and commitment to keep working, even in the face of failures and successes.


HUGE thank you to our generous sponsors: William and Margaret Paine, Lia and William Poorvu, East Cambridge Savings Bank, Elizabeth Keating, Citizens for Juvenile Justice, Eastern Bank, Terrie Graham, Fran and Hugh Miller, Jane and Ben Siegel, and Daniel Jacobs and Susan Quinn.