A look inside Cambridge Housing Authority's new report, "Stories of the Can't Wait List".
Through the new Imagined in Cambridge! Fund, we've awarded $14,000 in microgrants to local social innovators, thanks to generous seed support from Verizon and a local family.
There are some powerful stories behind the $674,000 we gave to programs across 28 nonprofits this year, thanks to generous support from the State.
In Cambridge, we celebrate the diversity in all its forms, and honoring our LGBTQ+ communities, particularly during Pride Month, is part of our city's story.
We affirm that Black Lives Matter and commit to doing more, as your community foundation.
We've teamed up with My Brother's Keeper Cambridge Task Force to host two conversations, on May 19 and 20, to help our city take action on opportunity gaps for Black and Brown students in Cambridge schools.
A group of Cambridge high school student leaders wanted to help out their community during the pandemic, so they organized, set a goal, led outreach, and, in just a month's time, raised funds for neighbors in need—to the tune of $24,500 total to 12 community organizations.
On the occasion of the launch of our new research report, local speakers shared insights that can inform follow-on conversations and help move us to collective action.
A new research report by the Foundation confirms Cambridge is a leader among the nation’s innovation cities, and through a decade of data, tells the story of how the city’s unprecedented prosperity has benefitted some residents, while others, primarily Black and low-income residents, are being left behind.
In response to sustained demands on nonprofits in Cambridge, the Cambridge Community Foundation (CCF) increased allocated funds for its spring grantmaking by 50%, supporting nonprofits involved in youth programs and education, housing, hunger, homelessness, elder services, the arts, COVID-19 relief, and racial justice.