James E. Canales
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E. San San Wong
This article was originally published in the Viewpoint section of the Boston Business Journal on September 27, 2017.
For two weeks, Silver Line riders boarded the bus through three doors instead of one. Here’s how it changed the commuting experience.
Foundation issues request for proposals for a second cohort of teams to design schools focused on connecting students off track to graduate to success in high school and beyond.
Barbara W. Hostetter
Barr’s co-founder and chair discusses expanding the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.
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The Business of Giving | 09.22.2017
In this interview, Jim Canales discusses Barr's evolution from an anonymous giving entity to a family foundation to a leading grant maker in New England with a focus on arts, climate, and education.
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Grants to develop innovative high school models, revitalize regional arts districts, and strengthen community engagement in clean energy.
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