Multi-Year Project Support
Significant multi-year project support enables grant recipients to expand their work and/or reach new levels of operation.
Representative Multi-Year Project Support Grants include:
Resident Choreographer: Support for contemporary choreographer Jorma Elo to create and direct innovative dance productions.
visit the Boston Ballet website
Mitzvah Program: Core support for this program that celebrates the Jewish holidays by providing holiday kits and meals to homebound seniors who have no nearby family and would otherwise be unable to participate.
visit the Hebrew Senior Life website
Joslin Diabetes Center
Innovative Clinical Care Program: Support for the "Why Wait?" program which addresses the issue of weight and diabetes control through an individualized, multi-faceted approach.
visit the Joslin Diabetes Center website
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Shapiro Fund for Film, Education, Public Programs and Special Projects: Support for the Museum of Fine Art’s Celebrity Lecture Series, its Film Program, an annual contemporary art course and the sponsorship of selected special exhibitions and projects.
visit the Shapiro Celebrity Lecture Series website
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Technology Initiative: An educational project that utilizes the Internet 2 platform to teach national and global audiences about the history of the Holocaust, contemporary genocide and the role citizens can play in attempting to stop them.
visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum website
Ruth Gordon Shapiro '37 Director of the Davis Museum: The directorship of this small outstanding art museum is fully funded in perpetuity.
visit the Davis Museum website