To acquire the additional technology services and equipment necessary to provide virtual program delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support the College Access Program, providing culturally and linguistically appropriate college preparation and advising for low-income youth. (2-year grant)
To deliver thoughtful, targeted initiatives to build academic and social-emotional growth in all students, ensuring educational equity and postsecondary readiness. (2-year grant)
To provide food and basic needs to students and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To provide graduation signs for Boston Public Schools' Graduating Class of 2020.
To support the Diploma Plus Program at the Charlestown High School and Dorchester sites, which helps struggling students graduate by building a supportive community and allowing them to study in small classes, at their own pace.
To help with the search for a new CEO.
To help the work of the Civic Leadership Fund, which undertakes research, publications, forums, grantmaking, and policy work, and hosts gatherings for nonprofits, grant-makers, and the general public.
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 provide resources and access to housing for those experiencing homelessness in Boston during the COVID-19 pandemic.