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Since its creation, the Boston Resiliency Fund has granted $34.15m to 377 organizations. Grantmaking will pause in anticipation of mayoral transition.

Since launching the Fund, more than $30 million has been distributed to 366 organizations.

The community organizations will receive grants to help residents in the City of Boston impacted most by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Six community organizations will receive funding this round, totaling $360,000.

This round of funding represents $472,984 to 10 community organizations.

Since March, the Boston Resiliency Fund has distributed over $26.3 million to 348 local organizations.

The funding will allow Fair Foods to continue and expand their supply of fresh produce to immigrant communities.

The Boston Lyric Opera will work with its local costume shop partner to initially produce over 1,800 lip-reading-friendly clear-front face masks to support Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities.

In total, the Resiliency Fund has granted more than $25 million to support Boston's residents.

Funding will increase access to food, support families, youth and older adults, and assist individuals experiencing homelessness.

Over $23 million in grants have been distributed since March to support those most impacted by COVID-19

The new round of grants will support food access during the summer months and domestic violence services.

Each week, we will share updates, quotes, and photos of the inspiring work that our employees are doing in service to our City.

Since the first round of fund distribution, the Resiliency Fund has raised over $31 million from over 6,300 donors and distributed more than $20 million to date to 249 organizations.

Since the first round of fund distribution, the Fund has raised over $30.8 million from 6,000 donors.

Since the first round of fund distribution, the Fund has raised over $30.8 million from 6,000 donors.

To date, including this most recent round of grants, the Fund has distributed over $17.6 million to 191 organizations.

In total, the fund has distributed $16.2 million in funding to 178 organizations.

More than $16 million in funding has been distributed to 179 organizations since the Fund was first launched in March.

The funds will support 18 organizations that provide critical services and support.

To date, the Boston Resiliency Fund has distributed $13.8 million in 76 emergency grants to 135 organizations.

Mayor Walsh and the Fund Steering Committee announced the distribution of an additional $1.7 million in funds to support 18 organizations.

The Boston Resiliency Fund already distributed $5.4 million in emergency grants to eight organizations on March 25, 2020.

Each of the grantees focus on helping Boston individuals and families disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

The Fund will award $5.4 million in emergency grants to eight organizations that provide food access and healthcare system support for Boston residents.

The emerging and immediate priorities of the Boston Resiliency Fund are to provide food to Boston's children and older adults, technology to Boston Public Schools students for remote learning, and...

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