Photo by Alex Lancial for the Boston Globe

Choreographer Jorma Elo with dancers from the Boston Ballet.

Capital and Multi-Year Project Support

Capital Support

Major support has been provided to cultural and educational institutions and hospitals to enable capital improvements, including new construction and renovations.

Representative Capital Grants include:

  • Brandeis University
    Admissions Building: Construction of an expanded, state-of-the-art admissions center.
    Science Center: Construction of a new Science Center, part of an expanded Science Complex to include innovative research, teaching-labs and classroom spaces
  • Boston Medical Center
    Ambulatory Care Center: Construction of a new Ambulatory Care Center to consolidate, upgrade and expand outpatient clinical services 
  • Hebrew SeniorLife
    Community Center on NewBridge Campus: Construction of a new residential community in Dedham, MA that provides a continuum of housing and health care options for seniors of all ages and abilities.

In addition, other major capital support was provided to:

Multi-Year Project Support

Significant multi-year project support enabled grant recipients to expand their work and/or to reach new levels of operation.

Representative Multi-Year Project grants included:

  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital
    The Fund for Surgical Education and Research: Support for the development of residents and young scientists pursuing a career in academic medicine.
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
    The Shapiro Fund for Film, Education, Public Programs and Special Projects: Support for the Celebrity Lecture Series, the Film Program and selected special exhibits and projects.

In addition, other major multi-year project support was provided to:

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