At Creative Time, we believe the expressive side of humankind should actively participate in shaping society. And we believe that public spaces are places for creativity and freedom of expression.
Our mission is to cure MS. We must confront this disease on multiple fronts to benefit patients who battle the disease, to arrest its progression, and to prevent the disease entirely in the future.
The Family Cohort is a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive study that will follow patient families throughout their lifespans.
The NICU annually treats 1,100 of the hospital's youngest patients. Despite being the largest facility of its kind in Massachuetts, BWH's NICU is cramped for space and needs to expand clinical space.
This project targets Black Women in Boston and will provide health and wellness activities aimed at improving their health and empowering them to advocate for their own and their families' wellness.
BWH's Division of Renal Medicine provides the most advanced quality care to patients with acute and chronic kidney diseases. Its educational program trains leaders in clinical medicine and research.
As an organization with a 37-year history of supporting artists’ ideas and privileging artists’ voices, we have listened carefully and in 2009 launched the Creative Time Global Residency Program.
The Stork Fund was created to support programs, initiatives, patient care, and research-advancing causes connected to obstetrics, maternal/fetal medicine, pre- and post-natal care and the like.
San Francisco Theological Seminary prepares leaders for the church, devoted to Biblical interpretation and theological education in the Reformed tradition as an institution of the Presbyterian Church.