Hear from staff and partners about aspirations, accomplishments, and lessons learned along the way.
Including support for new research on extreme heat in Greater Boston, strategies to diversify and strengthen Massachusetts’ teacher pipeline, and the development of climate-resilient Boston waterfront parks.
With decades of nonprofit experience and deep roots in community, Li will focus on helping the arts field adapt and thrive amidst change, and bringing the power of arts & creativity to other sectors.
At a moment of crisis, business, municipal, and nonprofit leaders find common ground in call for bold action to address urgent challenges.
10 Massachusetts school systems will work together in a strategic planning process exploring the challenges and solutions to the principal pipeline.
How nonprofits and residents are confronting barriers to participation in an arts-rich region through the Arts Build Community Initiative.
In the first year of a six-year initiative, arts organizations explore three steps to confronting and embracing change.
From Boston to Oslo and back—here are transportation solutions we want to see implemented at home.
As Creative Commonwealth Initiative enters new phase, Rayana Grace and John Vasconcellos of the SouthCoast Community Foundation reflect on the new artists, work, and partnerships that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the South Coast.
Announcing Extension of Partnership with Five Community Foundations Advancing Arts Across Massachusetts
Next three years will focus on implementing ambitious plans and expanding successful early efforts, with $5 million in new support from Barr, and partners’ commitments to collectively raise more than $1 million in new local arts philanthropy.
New grants include support to accelerate arts strategies and investments in Gateway Cities, build coalitions to advance climate equity work, and expand services to support parents through their child’s educational journey.