Tenacity To facilitate college graduation or the completion of vocational/technical training programs for low-income students of color attending Boston public schools.
The Trustees of Reservations To improve Woburn’s Mary Cummings Park, in order to create a spot for recreation, outdoor exploration, and public enjoyment.
Breakthrough Greater Boston To complete its expansion in Boston and support its fist class of low-income students as they are accepted at and enroll in college.
Cambridge Family and Children’s Service To provide a range of evidence-based services to youth aging out of the foster care system in the hopes of developing permanent, supportive, life-long connections.
The Foundation's largest commitment to date was million in 2005 to Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in North Grafton, Massachusetts.
Recipients in the Major Grants section have received awards ranging from 0,000 to million each.
The Kerry Jon Walker Fund To provide underserved Boston public school teens with expanded growth and global education through connecting and giving to orphaned teens in Rwanda.Andover Aaron’s Presents To mentor an additional 100 children per year in Lawrence and Lynn while establishing our presence in both communities.