Hear from staff and partners about aspirations, accomplishments, and lessons learned along the way.
Barr's Vice President shares new principles to guide the Foundation's racial equity grantmaking and program strategies.
New England school districts can apply for free landscape analyses to help understand and improve the diversity of their educator workforces.
Working closely with the Director of Climate, the Senior Program Officer for Clean Energy will collaborate with partners across the Northeast to advance equity-centered solutions to climate change.
A new report calls for investing in approaches that are people focused, intersectional, institutional, and rooted in anti-racist and anti-oppressive practice.
Expansion of Foundation’s board continues with addition of veteran nonprofit leader.
The COVID pandemic pushed Massachusetts cities and towns to rethink their public spaces. It also pushed us as funders to rethink how we do our work.
Barr and TNTP discuss the critical role diverse educator workforces play in advancing equity and highlight a new funding opportunity for New England schools.
Grants include support for a national investment fund for alternate economic systems in the arts, a convening series for affordable housing advocates, and sector-wide efforts to transform evaluation paradigms in philanthropy into tools for greater equity.
Explore resources from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council's first Heat Preparedness Week.
Barr’s president introduces refreshed core values, recent grant investments, and new website section focused on Barr’s commitment to racial equity.