A virtual conversation about innovations and strategies driving progress along the waterfronts in Seattle and Boston.
Jim Canales describes Barr’s initial grantmaking focused on racial wealth equity in Greater Boston.
A majority of voters agree with taking action to make Boston's waterfront more inclusive, accessible, and climate resilient.
Experienced policy advocate to lead expanded initiative to achieve an inclusive, vibrant, and resilient Boston Harbor waterfront.
Data from the 2020 Census will have long-term implications for Massachusetts in the next decade. Nonprofits can play an active role in Census outreach to help ensure an accurate count.
With opportunity to build on progress and advance an ambitious vision, foundation launches search for full-time director of its waterfront initiative.
Victoria Wu shares a new guide from Conservation Law Foundation to help visitors and residents understand and advocate for their rights on the Boston Harbor waterfront.
Through photography, artist Leonardo March captures the human experience on Boston’s waterfront.
Fourteen organizations supported as part of 2018 Special Initiative.
Support combines $500,000 in grants from the Foundation with $500,000 in personal gifts from Barr’s founding trustees.