BCF Awarded $149,250 in Grants to Local Nonprofits

The Brookline Community Foundation awarded $149,250 in grants through its 2015 Fall Community Grant Cycle to 14 local non-profit organizations serving Brookline.

Boston Mobilization: $5,000
Social Justice Programming for Middle School and High School Students through Project BTC

 Brookline Arts Center: $1,500
Scholarships for Low Income Families to Participate in Parent Child Classes through the ARTreach Program

 Brookline Community Mental Health Center: $24,000
A discretionary grant to support 3 BCMHC programs – Brothers and Sisters toward Success, Community Assistance Network, and Women and Girls Thriving in Brookline

 Brookline Early Education Program: $14,000
Tuition Subsidies for School Time and Extended Day Programs

 Brookline Housing Authority/Next Steps: $18,000
Salary Support for Next Steps Director

 Brookline Music School: $1,750 
Early Childhood Music Education in Partnership with the Parent Child Home Program

 Brookline Teen Center: $25,000
Salary Support for New Assistant Director of Programs Position

 FriendshipWorks: $6,000
General Support for Elder Support Programs in Brookline

 Gateway Arts: $2,000 
Core Program Support for 4 Brookline Artists

 Jewish Family and Child Services: $4,000
Family Table, a Kosher Food Pantry

 Lovin’ Spoonfuls: $5,000
Operation Support for Program Expansion

 Project Citizenship: $3,000
Pilot Brookline Citizenship Program

Springwell: $5,000
Nutrition Programs for Low Income Seniors

Third Sector New England/Steps to Success: $25,000
Middle School Program Expansion and Capacity Building

Third Sector New England/Steps to Success: $10,000
Year 2 of a 3 year Conditional Challenge Grant to Support Administrative Capacity

Council on Foundations National Standards

BCF is confirmed by the Council on Foundations as operating in compliance with National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations.

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BHS Alumni Networking
February 23rd, 7:00pm-10:00pm
The Pantry, Washington Square
Eat incredible food, drink great beer and wine, and learn about how alumni can make a lasting difference in the lives of high-achieving, low-income students. 
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Highlights from 2015

BCF Attends Brookline High School Scholarship Breakfast

Brookline Teen Grantmakers 

Understanding Brookline: A Report on Poverty

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