The Ramsey McCluskey Family Foundation:
Growing Projects in Arts and Education
Grantee
Gallery
www.sociedadlatina.org http://www.citysprouts.org http://www.bysoweb.org
Sociedad Latina
www.sociedadlatina.org
City Sprouts
www.citysprouts.org
Boston Youth Symphony ICP Program
www.bysoweb.org

Welcome to the Ramsey McCluskey Family Foundation Website.

The Ramsey McCluskey Family Foundation is a small private foundation founded by Margaret Ramsey in 1999 and dedicated to the support of projects in arts education and general education.

ATTENTION POTENTIAL GRANTEES! The next deadline for Grant Applications will be October 1, 2018. For the first time, this grant cycle will have online application submission. We are pleased to be partnering with ZoomGrants to provide online application access. The link to the online application portal is now live on the GRANT INFORMATION page of our website. Please read the page Grant Info page and the Applying For Grants page before going to the online portal.

Trilogy Grants and Grantees:

Our Trilogy Grants are three-year grants which allow the Foundation to work more closely with Grantees to support their missions. We will be awarding four Trilogy Grants each year. More...

Grantee Name
2018: Artists for Humanity
2018: Cantata Singers
2018: Dedham School of Music
2018: Handel and Haydn Society
2017: 826 Boston
2017: Project STEP
2017: Raw Art Works
2017: Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center
2016: Codman Academy Charter Public School
2016: Boston Children's Chorus
2016: KIPP Massachusetts
2016: VSA Massachusetts

News & Announcements:

The Ramsey McCluskey Family Foundation is pleased to announce the grant recipients for the most recent Single-Year grant cycle (October 2017 - January 2018).  Please visit Recent Grants for details about some of these grantees.

The 2017-2018 Grant Cycle by the Numbers: 40 applications were received for Single Year Grants. Sixteen Single Year Arts Education Grants were awarded. Five Single Year General Education grants were awarded. Nine Grantees are located in the City of Boston and Twelve grantees are located in cities/towns outside of Boston. Three Scholarship Fund grants were awarded.