To provide early career education and workplace experiences for seventh, eighth, rising ninth, and ninth grade students from five Boston Public Schools.
To transform education through the integration of creativity as a fundamental driver for deep, interdisciplinary learning.
To expand capacity at the Creative Technology Studio, where teens are employed as artists and designers on entrepreneurial and commissioned projects.
To provide nine new paintings for the Home for Little Wanderers.
To support pandemic recovery, increase access to the arts, and foster a greater sense of belonging among Greater Boston arts and culture organizations and audiences. (2-year grant)
To fund a regional, longitudinal survey that measures audience attitudes toward arts & culture attendance during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
To develop and launch a pilot social enterprise program for opportunity youth ages 14 to 24, from in and around the city of Boston.
To help immigrant and refugee high school youth overcome language and cultural barriers and the impacts of virtual learning, while preparing them for life beyond high-school. (2-year grant)
To help children, teens and adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder to develop positive social competency skills so that they can succeed at home and in the community.
To help high-barrier, homeless families secure housing and receive wraparound services that address other identified needs. (2-year grant)
To support Boston's Haitian immigrant community in response to the August 2021 earthquake in Haiti.
To support the Summer Academy, which offers academic summer instruction and social skill-building activities to 25 3rd through 6th grade low-income students. (2-year grant)