Category: Barr News
Welcoming new additions to the Barr team and acknowledging colleagues assuming new responsibilities.
New grants will assist superintendents with public engagement; support a transportation coalition pursuing a new vision; and activate community-based arts and economic activity in Massachusetts Gateway Cities.
New grants will elevate community voice to advance excellence and equity in New England public high schools; support efforts to address extreme heat in Greater Boston; and make Massachusetts public spaces more inclusive through artist-led projects.
CEO and Co-Founder of Social Finance will join as trustee September 1, expanding Barr’s board to nine members.
Grants will support local arts leaders to advance racial equity in Boston, new partnerships for climate resilience planning, and expanded programming to transform school experiences for Boston-area students.
Why we’re pushing pause on Twitter and focusing elsewhere.
President Jim Canales introduces new faces – and familiar faces in new places - at Barr.
Experienced nonprofit leader with deep roots in Greater Boston to lead new initiative that has already committed nearly $15 million to area nonprofits.
The official unveiling of Boston’s newest public memorial – The Embrace – offers inspiration and hope for a New Year.
Grants will support a new arts and cultural center for the MetroWest region, continued research on the impacts of extreme heat in Greater Boston, and the planning and piloting of transformative learning experiences.