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Through nearly 180 unique projects, Harvard has helped finance more than 7,000 units of affordable housing across Boston and Cambridge.
Harvard’s Project Teach program seeks to develop a college-going identity among all Cambridge Public Schools seventh-graders and Boston Public Schools seventh-graders who attend a school in Allston-Brighton.
As a partner in helping the region address climate change, Harvard is committed to a sustainable future by pledging to become fossil fuel–free by 2050 and fossil fuel–neutral by 2026.
Curating arts and culture opportunities for neighbors in Boston, Cambridge, and across Massachusetts.
Bringing Harvard's mission of teaching, research, and learning to the local community.
Partnering with local organizations to address community needs.
Supporting the regional economy by providing jobs, generating purchasing, and attracting companies.
Advancing educational opportunities for students, teachers, and lifelong learners.
Working with Cambridge and Boston to address local housing needs.
Modeling the pathway to a healthier, fossil fuel–free future that enhances the well-being of people and the planet.
Highlighting Harvard’s connections to nonprofit and public service organizations that provide critical services throughout Massachusetts.