Community impact stories

Community impact stories2022-06-07T18:58:36-04:00

Partnerships are at the heart of our work. Learn more about the organizations, collectives, and initiatives creating a better Brookline for all.

  • A small Jack Russell Terrier dog stands in the grass looking content. The dog has white fur with a brown spot over its eye, and is wearing a jack-o-lantern costume.

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     More ...

  • A nature scene at the edge of a river. A calm blue river flows in the distance. In the foreground, green grass and trees frame the bright blue sky.

BCF in the community: August 2023

From grantmaking and research to events and philanthropic partnerships, there’s almost nothing BCF doesn't do in Brookline. But how do these activities all work together to strengthen our community? Read     More ...

  • Brookline Housing Authority

Thriving begins at home

BHA is supporting community members through stable, affordable housing and programming to build financial security.

  • Food pantry

The Brookline Food Pantry

In the midst of a public health crisis, the Brookline Food Pantry worked tirelessly to ensure no one in Brookline went hungry.

  • Puppet Showplace Theater, Brookline

Performing during a pivot

With creativity and flexibility, the Puppet Showplace Theater brought live performances to Brookline during the pandemic.

  • Women Thriving Project

Women Thriving program provides connections

Supports efforts to co-create opportunities for women who face economic, social, racial, and other inequities to thrive through learning, leadership development, and community

  • Healthy sandwich

Around the table

Restaurants for Brookline is an innovative program that connects restaurants to social service organizations to provide meals for Brookline residents

  • Mother and baby

Small supports = big differences

The Brookline Center for Community Mental Health has been a trusted community resource and advocate working tirelessly to make sure our community’s essential needs were met.

Go to Top