To support education initiatives and strategic planning efforts at Charlestown High School, including Roads to Success and Education First, in order to help students build a strong community, remain engaged, and graduate on time.
To combat racial inequities in the Commonwealth and to empower Massachusetts communities of color. (5-year grant)
To help the work of the Civic Leadership Fund, which undertakes research, publications, forums, grantmaking, and policy work, and hosts gatherings for nonprofits, grantmakers, and the general public.
To provide students with a pathway to college and careers in clean technology, green jobs, and sustainable industries.
To improve access to comprehensive physical and mental health services for unaccompanied homeless youth, in partnership with Bridge Over Troubled Waters and Y2Y. (3-year grant)
To increase access to music and inclusion through the Breaking Down Barriers Program, which provides American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation and other accommodations to people with disabilities.
To support vaccine distribution and education within low-income communities and communities of color during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To offer an ensemble-based music curriculum to help underserved youth develop the skills needed to participate successfully in adolescence and life.
To enhance the academic achievement and personal growth of Boston's public school students by providing them with focused, individualized, volunteer support wherever they are learning.
To support the Re-Engagement Center, which seeks to provide the resources and counseling needed to get disconnected youth and students who are behind in credits back on track to graduation. (2-year grant)
To support and sustain Boston Public School's college attendance and completion efforts, while working to decrease gaps in performance correlated with race, culture, gender, and income.
To support the Peer Navigators Program, employing people with lived experience to provide outreach and guidance to those currently experiencing homelessness. (2-year grant)