Trevor Pollack joined Barr in 2014 to staff a range of work across the Foundation. He managed Barr’s efforts to strengthen the region’s nonprofit and philanthropic sectors, as well as Special Initiatives grantmaking. He also supported the Foundation’s board and executive leadership. Trevor left Barr at the end of 2019.
Through photography, artist Leonardo March captures the human experience on Boston’s waterfront.
Nonprofits unite under shared vision for the Boston waterfront.
First grants of 2017 mark major investments in key partnerships.
Final grants of the year bring 2016 total to an all-time high of $73.5 million.
The Bridgespan Group seeks applications for six cohorts of Leading for Impact–Boston, with participation subsidized by Barr and five area funders.
With these third-quarter grants, Barr has awarded $45 million to date in 2016, anticipating $70 million in approvals by year-end.
Barr joins funder collaborative to increase openness and effectiveness in philanthropy.
New and longtime partnerships advance new strategic priorities and regional focus.
These represent Barr’s first grants awarded in 2016 aligned with new strategic priorities.
At their September 2015 board meeting, Barr’s trustees approved 16 grants totaling $6.5 million.