We're thinking about the importance of supporting the people and spaces that are dreaming and imagining ways our Black community can thrive.
We recently celebrated the conclusion of the Cambridge RISE pilot, our cross-sector partnership that supported 130 households in Cambridge.
CCF surprised 15 nonprofits with grants to provide direct services to families.
Inspired by the spirit of their late son and brother, the Bard family started the Zandy Bard Fund at CCF.
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!
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.
Join us in reaching out and thanking Cambridge leaders this Women's History Month.
As Ukrainians face dire consequences of this international conflict, we share a list of options for donors who wish to send philanthropic support to those in crisis.
Our newest grants help nonprofits meet community needs for technology, food, housing, emergency childcare, and bills.