One of the greatest things about Boston is how committed the city is to the arts. You’re never at a loss for what to do in Boston.
Here are a few examples of how Boston’s nonprofit organizations are giving back to the arts, continually enriching our community:
ArtsBoston: ArtsBoston is a leading force behind Greater Boston’s arts and culture sector. In supporting its 175 member organizations, it provides vital research and audience-building programs that encourage participation in arts and culture, stimulating demand and raising attendance.
Artists For Humanity: It’s mission is to provide under-resourced urban youth with the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in art and design. Artists For Humanity is built on the philosophy that engagement in the creative process is a powerful force for social change, and that creative entrepreneurship is a productive and life-changing opportunity for young people. Bridging economic, racial, and social divisions, Artists For Humanity enriches urban communities by introducing young people’s creativity to diverse businesses.
Boston Cultural Council: Every year, the Boston Cultural Council distributes funds in the form of Boston Cultural Council Organizational Grants. These funds support innovative arts, humanities, and interpretive sciences programming. The goal is to enhance the quality of life in Boston.