We're honored that Kristen is one of our creative partners, whose photography is in our 2021 annual report.
We're so thankful to our community for working together to preserve this accessible, affordable space for 11 critical nonprofits serving Cambridge.
Thank you to all who've contributed to the Cambridge for Ukraine Fund -- and there's still time to help reach our goal!
Join us in reaching out and thanking Cambridge leaders this Women's History Month.
A message from our president Geeta Pradhan on Cambridge's rich history of Black leadership.
Here's a sampling of walking tours - virtual and in-person - and podcasts to discover more layers to Cambridge's dynamic Black history.
The BSU and CYC successfully raised the funds with support from 100+ community donors and a $5K match from CCF.
Just a few of the Cambridge nonprofits that provide great resources for learning about local Black history - and create pathways for our next generation's future. Join us in learning from them.
We thank the talented photographers in our 2021 annual report, who drew on their deep roots in Cambridge to bring to life the world of local youth through powerful profile images and photos of the places they love. We invite you to learn from these two photographers, Kristen Joy Emack and Cindy Weisbart, in the videos below, as they reflect on what they learned from Cambridge youth during the making of our report, "Through their eyes." Kristen Joy Emack is a MacDowell Residency Fellow, a Massachusetts Cultural Council Photography Fellow, and a Boston Saint Botolph Grant awardee. Her work is currently on view in Finland, Atlanta, and Miami. She has won numerous awards locally and is known internationally for her documentary photography project, Cousins. Kristen is a Cambridge resident and a family liaison at the Cambridgeport School. Cindy Weisbart composes moments of interdependence and empathy in her photos, through the interplay of gesture, light, and contexts unseen. Her work has been exhibited in Cambridge, Somerville, Boston, and New York, as well as in the 25th Annual Photographic Resource Center juried exhibition EXPOSURE 2021. Cindy is a CRLS history teacher who incorporates student documentary work into her [...]
Learn about our Community Fund and how Cambridge nonprofits may apply for grants this spring.