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A database of grants awarded since 2009, updated quarterly.
The Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative is a nonprofit community-based planning and organizing entity based in the Roxbury/North Dorchester area of Boston, Massachusetts.
This grant supports the Fairmount Cultural Corridor Initiative and the integration of arts and culture in its economic development work along the Fairmount Transit Corridor. Dudley Stree
As a primary provider of clinical and social services for 14,000 clients, the health center has led a partnership of agencies, academics and community organizations in developing the “Buildin
The community-based organization empowers Dudley residents to organize, plan for, create and control a vibrant, diverse, high-quality neighborhood in collaboration with community partners.
The pioneering multicultural-development organization, formerly called Vigorous Interventions in Outgoing Natural Settings, provides consulting services and training programs in diversity and inclu
The pioneering multicultural-development organization, known as Visions, provides consulting services and training programs in diversity and inclusion.
The association delivers after-school and summer youth programs focused on academic tutoring and enrichment, mentorship, community service, and physical fitness to urban public school students thro
As a primary provider of clinical and social services for 14,000 clients, the health center has led a partnership of agencies, academics, and community organizations in developing the “Buildi
This green planning grant was awarded under the Green Building Initiative, begun in 2003 and retired in May 2009, which encouraged environmentally responsible construction and renovation in the non
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