Bob Moses Fund for Education and Organizing
Continuing the extraordinary legacy of Dr. Bob Moses, civil rights leader and educator.
The fund serves three primary purposes:
- Invest in people, organizations, and initiatives whose work embodies the spirit and work of Dr. Bob Moses
- Nurture a living legacy that remains in dialogue with ideas and questions Bob raised for himself, young people, and America
- Grow a network of organizations, initiatives, and people working in his spirit
The fund launched with two inaugural grants of $75,000 to movement builders who embody the community-focused leadership and spirit of Bob Moses: Shinnecock artist, Jeremy Dennis, and Turkey Creek historian and preservationist, Derrick Evans. The fund also awarded two $15,000 grants to support the work of local grass-roots movement builders – Emmanuel Mervil, founder of Everybody Gotta Eat, and Deondre Starling, founder of Scholarships Before Athletes. To learn more about these grantees, click here.
The fund also supports the Bob Moses Speaker Series curated by Dr. Janet Moses in partnership with MIT university and experts to further explore the impact of caste on three major systems in this country – education, voting, and incarceration.
Thank you for honoring Dr. Bob Moses with a gift. The Bob Moses Fund for Education and Organizing is a Fund at the Cambridge Community Foundation.
(EIN #: 046012492)
If you would like to mail a check, please write "Bob Moses Fund" in the memo and send it to: Cambridge Community Foundation, 99 Bishop Allen Drive, Cambridge, MA 02139.
For more information, or for other ways to donate, please contact Michal Rubin at mrubin@Cambridgecf.org.
We are grateful to partner with the Moses family, on the Bob Moses Fund for Education and Organizing. The family may contact donors to the fund with notes of gratitude and periodic updates. If you do not wish to be contacted in this regard, please email: eackerson@Cambridgecf.org
Header photo provided by the Central Square BID. Mural by Victor Quinones.