The Boston Foundation for Architecture (BFA) was created in 1984 to support public education programs related to the built environment. Over the years, the BFA has funded and supported curriculum-development projects, teacher training, community-based programs, exhibitions and tours, in-school educational programs, research projects, conferences, lectures and symposiums. To learn more, visit www.bfagrants.org.
The BFA has distributed more than $800,000 in grants to numerous community groups, educators, schools and other organizations and individuals committed to enhancing public awareness of the built environment.
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The BFA was started by the Boston Society of Architects.