Our Funding Progress
Boston Cohort Grantees
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is excited to announce that 10 local organizations and one City of Boston agency have been selected to receive a total of $7.25M over three years in funding for initiatives addressing housing affordability, jobs and financial security and behavioral health.
This funding represents the final major investment out of a total of approximately $30 million dollars that have been allocated as part of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Determination of Need (DoN) process for BIDMC's Klarman Building. Out of this total, BIDMC has directly awarded $18.4 million in grants to the community and contributed $7.5 million to the Massachusetts Community Health and Healthy Aging Funds.
BIDMC extends heartfelt appreciation to the inaugural cohort of Boston grantees, who have done incredible and impactful work from 2021-2023, especially in light of the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. These organizations have been outstanding partners in addressing the root causes of inequities in our communities.
Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative
After engaging with residents in their communities over the summer and early fall, collectives in Allston/Brighton, Mission Hill and Roxbury developed project proposals that aligned with resident-selected priorities.
Progress to Date
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