Hear from staff and partners about aspirations, accomplishments, and lessons learned along the way.
New website profiles every school in Boston, giving parents easy access to the information they care about most.
In partnership with five community foundations, Barr launches new $3 million initiative to strengthen arts and creativity across Massachusetts.
Five lessons from a partnership between the Barr Foundation and Community Labor United.
Climate Program Co-Directors Mariella Puerto and Mary Skelton Roberts outline the rationale, priorities, and early steps of the Foundation’s newly-expanded focus on resilience.
Mia Mansfield, program manager for the City of Boston’s Climate Ready Boston initiative, talks about the findings, next steps, and key lessons from Boston’s most recent climate resilience report.
Reflections on the urgency, and possibility of dramatic change in Massachusetts’ transportation system in 2018 and beyond.
With an initial $5 million commitment for 2018, Barr Foundation adds climate resilience as a third priority of its Climate program.
Including support for creative placemaking partnerships, student-centered high school models, clean energy technology projects, and the creation of a great public realm throughout Boston’s waterfront.
Arlington, Everett, and Cambridge in partnership with Watertown, receive $100,000 grants to demonstrate BRT’s potential.
They entered the room as adversaries. They left as partners, committed, for their children’s sake, to solve a pressing climate challenge.