To support Renewal House, which provides emergency shelter and services to individuals and families fleeing domestic violence. (2-year grant)
To support the Early Access to College dual enrollment program designed to support the development of college-level study skills and a head start on college, and BFIT's degree programs focused on clean energy and sustainability. (2-year grant)
To provide people with disabilities of all ages with the opportunity to study, create, and perform in a wide range of music, dance, and theater programs.
To support the jobs program, which assists young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in finding competitive, integrated employment.
To support coaching and enrichment for children and youth living in housing developments to help place them on a path for college.
To support the one-to-one mentoring program that matches young girls with trained women mentors for guidance, for crisis intervention and to create lasting, impactful relationships.
To support out-of-school-time programming and learning systems that help marginalized youth to develop critical skills and close the opportunity gap.
To support the Victory Generation Program, a multisite, out-of-school-time program that serves more than 400 youth ages 3-22 from low-income families.
To help sustain and support the network of Summer Learning Academies, which provide engaging summer experiences for high-needs youth particularly impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
To continue providing food access to Boston's low-income communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.