To support the necessary, in-person CASA volunteer trainings that will continue throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
To recruit and support volunteers to work one-on-one with teens aging out of foster care, helping them connect with resources and transition successfully into independent adulthood. (3-year grant)
To support the extensive cleaning of inside workspaces in the Artist Studios Building, as well as the development of new, online content for artists and audiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To provide Boston artists with professional development opportunities.
To expand virtual curriculum, lessons, and offerings so that students may continue learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support BCC in its mission to harness the power and joy of music to unite Boston's diverse communities and inspire social change.
To support a partnership with Boston's only dedicated high school for immigrant youth in an effort to increase access to high-quality, culturally relevant behavioral health and school-based services. (2-year grant)
To provide food-insecure families with grocery gift cards during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To expand and improve access for children with special needs through customized in-person and online visits, resources for caregivers and providers, and increased staff training.
To support the museum's Parent Ambassador volunteers in distributing at-home learning and museum-based activity kits to families during the COVID-19 pandemic.