The Boston Foundation's Open Door Grants program supports dozens of Greater Boston nonprofits each year, with renewable grants of up to $50,000.
The fourth year of Live Arts Boston opens the door to dozens of performers and producers of original works to access up to $15,000 in project-specific funds to create, produce or present artistic work for Greater Boston audiences.
Serving Cape Ann and the Nashoba Valley, the Bruce J. Anderson Foundation provides grants for preventive programs, direct services and new initiatives in the fields of mental health environmental protection, historic and archival preservation, and the arts. Grants range from $2,500 to $12,000.
We support local organizations via discretionary grant making in our five focus areas, two crosscutting strategies and Open Door Grants program.
We seek to build a creative culture that honors all voices and artistic expressions, and gives all Bostonians the opportunity to experience diverse art.
We seek to promote and advance health equity, where everyone has the opportunity to attain their best health regardless of their identity or socioeconomic status.
We seek to ensure that all residents of Greater Boston have a safe, affordable and decent home in healthy, thriving neighborhoods.
We seek to give all residents access to family-sustaining careers and stimulate the growth of generational wealth within historically marginalized populations.
Through programs and grant making, we aim to activate leaders, seed ideas and deepen connections—all at the grassroots level.
To complement our program area–targeted approach, the Boston Foundation distributes a portion of its resources via its Open Door Grants program, which responds to expressed opportunities and needs in the communities we serve.Open Door Grant Guidelines
We provide free conference space for area nonprofits’ use. A slideshow of the rooms explains the capacities of available rooms and the use policy.Learn More