Category: Barr News
Get to know Barr's new Clean Energy program officer.
Including support for socially-engaged public art in Greater Boston, grassroots efforts for high-quality schools, and the creation of a new digital platform for urban mobility journalism in Massachusetts.
A new addition to the Arts & Creativity team at an exciting time of growth.
Working closely with the Controller, the Senior Accountant will support the management of the Foundation's financial matters.
Cleveland brings extensive experience as an attorney and climate advocate to Barr’s Clean Energy portfolio.
Amidst turbulent times and daunting challenges, we all must commit to greater ambition, bolder action, and impatience with the status quo.
New grants include support to activate creative placemaking in New England, develop a diverse, skilled pipeline of educators, and strengthen leadership networks in the social sector.
Grants to support work on community revitalization, business leadership for clean energy, and New England high schools engaging in comprehensive planning to connect all students to success.
A conversation with local artist Silvia López Chavez discussing her new mural for the Barr Foundation, activating the creative process, and what it's like to make public art in Boston.
Grants include support for continued deployment of offshore wind power in the Northeast; deepening the business community’s engagement with public transportation investments; and advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the nonprofit sector.