Collaborate Boston announces 2016 Winners!
Youth-centric winning organizations employ leadership training, sculpture,
storytelling, and fitness training to empower teens and young adults.

At its annual meeting on September 17, the Boston Foundation announced the four winners for this prize cycle. In each prize cycle, $100,000 in funding is awarded to the most promising collaborations focused on achieving specific outcomes for the people and/or places that make up our communities and that demonstrate strong leadership by a specified group.  Read the full press release.        

 

 Collaborate Boston

Collaborate Boston 2Launched in October 2013, Collaborate Boston is an open prize competition for community-led, collaborative ideas.  Each prize cycle, $100,000 in funding is awarded to the most promising collaborations focused on achieving specific outcomes for the people and/or places that make up our communities and that demonstrate strong leadership by a specified group. Collaborate Boston is based on the dual premises that it will take all of us working together across organizations, sectors and other silos to achieve the complex and lasting change we seek; and that some of the best, most powerful ideas about how to strengthen communities come from the communities themselves.

 



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Contact Information

To learn more about Collaborate Boston please email 
Natanja Craig, Director, Grassroots Strategy, 
(617) 338-2678, or
Lucy Ellis, Program Associate, 
(617) 338-1608

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