"Communities are their own best hope." Our recent film screening and discussion underscored the value of investing in grassroots leaders. (Photo by London Parker-McWhorter.)
We're supporting 18 summer sports programs designed for Cambridge youth who face barriers to access.
Learn from the Fund's inaugural grant recipient, Derrick Christopher Evans.
Thanks to new major gifts and steadfast donor support, this year’s Falcon Pride cohort grew from five to eight scholars who were celebrated last night.
We saw the promise of community partnership realized at several recent events.
We joined Food For Free to celebrate a product of our partnership: a refrigerated truck that will get millions more meals to neighbors.
On May 2, we joined Mayor Siddiqui, Congresswoman Pressley, and more partners at City Hall to announce Rise Up Cambridge.
We partnered with the City to develop Rise Up Cambridge, the first non-lottery cash assistance program in the country.
This week, we were honored to receive CCTV's Sakey Award.
Seventy-one community organizations are supported this spring.