July 02, 2015 - The CONNECT - helping you to STAY CONNECTED to the community!
June 25, 2015 - The Farm at Eastman’s Corner in Kensington, NH held its 3rd Anniversary Block Party on Saturday, June 6th from 3-8pm. The event was free to the public and took place at 267 South Road, at the corner of Route 150 and Route 107 in Kensington. This celebration was an opportunity for neighbors, family and friends to get together and enjoy a day full of music, local food and fun activities. Over 200 people attended.
June 17, 2015 - The CONNECT is the bridge between you and the HOT ISSUES in the community. Click here to Get CONNECTED!
May 19, 2015 - Sipping fresh raw milk and sampling Fire Cider vinaigrette…tasting pure Maple Syrup…feeding goats, petting pigs, and walking through greenhouses lined with rows of tomato plants and greens. These are not things you may do or see every day, especially when you’re from inner city Boston. Last week 27 high school students & staff from TRINITY BOSTON FOUNDATION’S Trinity Education for Excellence Program (TEEP) in Boston, MA embraced the opportunity to do just that when they visited the Farm at Eastman’s Corner.
May 18, 2015 - We are introducing you to the first eNewsletter, The CONNECT, brought to you by the Lewis Family Foundation—Boston. The CONNECT is a monthly snapshot of the HOT ISSUES we are facing in our communities as well as what is going on at the Foundation and with our Community Partners. Click here to read The CONNECT!
April 21, 2015 - Award-winning slam poet Porsha Olayiwola amazed the crowd at the Lewis Family Foundation Annual Dinner when she presented this piece in celebration of the foundation's work in the community. Read the poem here.
March 02, 2015 - "Boston needs a superintendent who is an innovative leader with a diverse educational background, and who has a clear vision for closing the achievement gap and improving the college and career success of its graduates.
February 18, 2015 - This New York Times article analyzes the relationship between the recent decrease in marriage rates and economic fault lines in today's society. The proof is in the fact that on average, 65-69 year- old married households have $111,600 in savings versus a single-person household with just $12,500. Read more about the correlation here.