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Chobee Hoy Fund for Brookline donors

Supporters who contributed to the Chobee Hoy Fund for Brookline: Allara, Pamela E. Caro, Carol Firestone, David and Karen Franco, Ellen and James F. Goodman, Rachel Gordon, Wendy Hodgman, John F. Hoy, Gil Kahn, Janice S. Miller, Debbie Lianides-Chin, Ms. Barbara Meyers, Judy Munzer, Betsy Noteware, Sally     More ...

Chobee Hoy Fund for Brookline donors2024-05-15T10:03:45-04:00

Important Announcement from BCF (4/12/2024)

Dear Brookline Community,For decades, the Brookline Community Foundation (BCF) has called the building we own at 40 Webster Place home. Over the past several years, BCF leadership has discussed how 40 Webster Place is not meeting the needs of the organization. It does not provide the kind of working space     More ...

Important Announcement from BCF (4/12/2024)2024-05-09T03:48:48-04:00

BCF Scholarship Fund Impact Report 2024

Ten years ago, a group of caring community members teamed up with BCF to establish a new fund to support the postsecondary ambitions of Brookline youth. The BCF Scholarship Fund for Brookline High School helps close the gap in financial need for graduating seniors to attend the college or vocational     More ...

BCF Scholarship Fund Impact Report 20242024-03-28T17:18:05-04:00

BCF invites applications for Culturally Immersive Event Sponsorships (1/2/2024)

The Brookline Community Foundation (BCF) is committed to fostering inclusivity and equity in the Brookline community. BCF is dedicated to supporting a vibrant and diverse cultural ecosystem and promoting community well-being through transformative investments in organizations and community efforts. To support this vision, BCF is proud to introduce our     More ...

BCF invites applications for Culturally Immersive Event Sponsorships (1/2/2024)2024-02-01T04:17:36-05:00
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BCF celebrates the release of the next generation of Brookline-focused research (11/20/2023)

Turning insights into action is a full community effort. On Thursday November 2, 2023, the Brookline Community Foundation welcomed community members to Our Community, Our Story: The Understanding Brookline Launch event for an evening of collaboration, connection, insights and action. Held at Florida Ruffin Ridley School, the evening began     More ...

BCF celebrates the release of the next generation of Brookline-focused research (11/20/2023)2024-02-01T04:17:37-05:00

Understanding Brookline Community Indicators Database

BCF’s Understanding Brookline 2.0 includes a new, interactive community indicators project that will provide members of the Brookline community with real-time data and insights about key issue areas like housing affordability, transportation access, economic inequity, racial justice, and more.

Understanding Brookline Community Indicators Database2024-02-01T04:17:37-05:00
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A paw-some community event

On Sunday October 22, Brookline community members gathered at the Brookline Avenue Playground to celebrate Brookline’s Third Annual Dog Day. Organized by the Brookline Rotary Club, Dog Day is a fun-filled community gathering and an opportunity to support the Rotary’s vital work. The event began with the gates opening     More ...

A paw-some community event2024-02-01T04:17:37-05:00
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