Education equity is more than a school problem, it's a community responsibility.
Thanks to co-investments from fundholders, we expanded our Community Fund grantmaking's impact this spring.
The scholarship announces an increase to $10,000 over four years, thanks to support from many, generous donors.
Join us and our Professional Advisors Council for a virtual lunch hour exploring strategies for philanthropic planning with clients.
We're so thankful to our community for working together to preserve this accessible, affordable space for 11 critical nonprofits serving Cambridge.
We're pleased to join The Algebra Project and MIT as sponsors of this two-day public event through the Bob Moses Fund for Education and Organizing.
Our newest grants help nonprofits meet community needs for technology, food, housing, emergency childcare, and bills.
An excerpt from our research on the State of Black Cambridge as well as community resources to continue exploring local Black history.
Here's a sampling of walking tours - virtual and in-person - and podcasts to discover more layers to Cambridge's dynamic Black history.
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.