The Boston Globe Foundation proudly partners with and funds nonprofit programs and charitable events that support children and families throughout Greater Boston.
Pillars of the Foundation
For over 66 years, Globe Santa, a signature program of the Boston Globe Foundation, has delivered holiday presents to more than 3 million children in need throughout Greater Boston. Thanks to the generous support of our community, Globe Santa raises funds to purchase age-appropriate toys, books, and games that are packaged and delivered directly by our team to families in need.
Support Boston Owned
Launched in 2020, Boston Globe Media provides complimentary digital ad space to support multicultural communities in Greater Boston to help reach and engage with diverse audiences while supporting local businesses.
To inquire about our current campaign opportunities, please contact [email protected]
The Boston Globe Foundation also focuses on providing critical support for writing, literacy, and education programs including:
- 826 Boston
- Big Sister of Greater Boston
- Boston Book Festival
- Boys & Girls Club of Dorchester
- The Boston Globe Horn Book Awards
- The Massachusetts Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
- MLK Scholars
- Pine Street Inn
- Rosie’s Place
- The Tom Winship Journalism Scholarship
- Write Boston
To inquire about media sponsorships and to determine your organization’s eligibility, please contact Erin Maghran, Director of Brand Marketing and Community Affairs.
COVID-19 Relief Efforts
The Serving the Front Lines initiative raised money for Boston-area restaurants and provided fresh-cooked meals to front line healthcare workers.
Project Takeout encouraged readers to support local restaurants through the difficult weeks of COVID-19 winter. This effort helped support the entire restaurant ecosystem — from chefs, servers, line cooks, bartenders, and dishwashers to farmers, fishermen, bread companies, food distributors, and more.
Boston Helps provided a free resource that connected Bostonians who had been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 containment measures with Bostonians who were willing and able to help in a variety of ways: paying for groceries, essential toiletries, meal delivery services, local rideshare services, and more through Boston.com.
Arts Alive was an initiative launched to celebrate and support the arts with exclusive content provided by local theaters, musicians, and museums during the COVID-19 shutdown.