Nonprofits

Learn about the local nonprofits in our area, supporting everything from local artists, transport, and theaters, and the networking opportunities they offer.

Boston Partners in Education’s mission is to enhance the academic achievement and nurture the personal growth of Boston’s public school students by providing them with focused, individualized in-school volunteer support. For nearly 50 years, Boston Partners has matched community members with academically at-risk BPS students in need of extra support through our academic mentoring programs.

For more information please visit: Boston Partners in Education

Boston Virtuosi’s mission is to bring to people of all ages the intimacy, power, and marvelous repertoire that are unique to a chamber orchestra. The Boston Virtuosi is an ensemble comprised of busy Boston freelance musicians who are colleagues and friends. BV members share the vision of making music in a spirit of true collaboration and insight.

For more information please visit: Boston Virtuosi

The Fort Point Arts Community, Inc. of South Boston (FPAC) is a non‐profit community organization founded in 1980 and run by neighborhood artists and volunteers. Their mission is to promote the work of the FPAC artists to a broad and diverse audience; to preserve the artists’ community in the Fort Point Channel area; to ensure the continuance of permanent, affordable studio space; to build community; and to increase the visibility of the arts in Fort Point. In Fort Point, artists not only create art, but also present at two Open Studios events each year, organize art lending programs, run galleries and a store, produce temporary public art, and are active participants in determining the future of the Fort Point neighborhood. The Fort Point Arts Community encourages new ideas, collaboration, connections, and economic growth.

For more information please visit: Fort Point Arts Community

FPNA’s mission is to build a socially interactive civic life in Fort Point. Working with the neighborhood, the Fort Point Neighborhood Association seeks to advance shared interests, including: monitoring issues affecting residents and business; interacting with elected officials and policy makers; interacting with, and supporting local organizations; promoting Fort Point’s historic and social fabric; and lastly, organizing and attending events and social gatherings.

For more information please visit: Fort Point Neighborhood Association

Fort Point Theatre Channel is dedicated to creating and sustaining new configurations of the performing arts. The Theatre brings together an ensemble of artists from the worlds of theater, music, visual arts, and everything in between as a forum for collaborative expression while enriching the Fort Point community, Boston, and beyond.

For more information please visit: Fort Point Theatre Channel

Friends of Fort Point Channel (Friends) is a nonprofit organization committed to making the Fort Point Channel an exciting and welcoming destination for all of Boston’s residents, workforce and visitors. The Friend’s year-round programming is free to the public and includes events, guides and business meetings.

For more information please visit:Friends of Fort Point Channel

The Seaport Transportation Management Association (Seaport TMA) is a non-profit consortium of leading businesses, employers, developers, and property managers in the South Boston Waterfront and Fort Point Channel. The Seaport TMA is dedicated to easing commutes, reducing local traffic congestion and advancing the use of alternative transportation options.

For more information please visit:Seaport Transportation Management Association