In the face of today’s political rhetoric, the work we do as foundations and nonprofits is more important than ever.
Vanessa Calderón-Rosado and Caroline Hostetter Walsh join as trustees as Barr’s board expansion continues.
Selected for their outstanding leadership and contributions to the Greater Boston community.
Barr announces RFP for New England communities to build a “portrait of a graduate” – a collective vision of high school graduates who are prepared for post-secondary success.
New grants include support to design student-centered schools, accelerate the deployment of energy storage technology, and enhance resilient infrastructure and greenways in Massachusetts.
Building on the successful “Valedictorians Project,” a broadened journalistic effort aims to increase quantity and quality of coverage and public discussions about Boston’s public schools.
Alex Papali of Clean Water Action calls for collaborative action to ensure that the Commonwealth's energy efficiency programs support access for all communities.
New report examines challenges and opportunities for ensuring every school has an effective principal.
This article was originally published in the Opinion section of The Boston Globe on June 6, 2019.
Progress, projects, and early lessons from Essex County Community Foundation, two years in to its Creative County Initiative.