To support the one-to-one mentoring program.
To provide staff training, including coaching support of mentor matches, as well as a redesigned monthly e-newsletter focusing on virtual activities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support the one-to-one mentoring program, which matches young girls with trained women mentors for guidance, for crisis intervention, and to create lasting, impactful relationships.
To provide childcare support for families of first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To empower more than 100,000 youth to build their creative muscle, develop social and emotional skills and well-being, and discover and shape their authentic voice.
To provide support in meeting immediate basic needs of low-income families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support citywide programming for high-need students to prevent summer learning loss, and to improve skills associated with success in school, college, and careers. (2-year grant)
To provide food access to Boston's low-income communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support out-of-school and summer instructional programs that support high school students performing below grade level due to learning disabilities, language barriers, or social challenges. (2-year grant)
To support BAA's adjunct arts faculty as they hold online, virtual lessons and opportunities for students to remain engaged in learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.