Community Partners

  • Brookline Music School

    Brookline Music School seeks to awaken and nurture musical interest, appreciation, and artistic excellence in a friendly and stimulating atmosphere; to offer a high standard of comprehensive music instruction to people of all ages and backgrounds from the local community; and to serve the community by teaching in multiple locations, offering tuition assistance, and sponsoring a full schedule of concerts and public performances throughout the year.

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  • Brookline Community Foundation

    The Brookline Community Foundation (BCF) is a non-profit organization established in 1999 with a mission to shine a spotlight on community needs, inspire philanthropy and award strategic grants to build a more vibrant, engaged and equitable Brookline

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  • Brookline Community Mental Health Center

    Founded in 1958, Brookline Community Mental Health Center is a non-profit agency serving over 4,000 people annually, meeting the evolving mental health and social service needs of Brookline children, families and adults of all backgrounds and cultures, by offering affordable, high quality, comprehensive, and culturally responsive care and services

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  • Brookline Education Foundation

    The Brookline Education Foundation (BEF), a non-profit organization founded in 1981, supports Public Schools of Brookline preschool through grade 12 educators and their students

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  • Brookline Educators Union

    The Brookline Educators Union (BEU) represents over 1000 educators in Brookline

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  • Brookline Extended Day Advisory Council

    The Brookline Extended Day Advisory Council (BEDAC) is an all volunteer non-profit composed of parent board members and directors from Brookline’s eight independently run extended day programs.

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  • Brookline High School Innovation Fund

    BHS Innovation Fund is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 that catalyzes innovation at Brookline High School by supporting faculty-led initiatives that foster academic success for all students

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  • Brookline Special Education Parent Advisory Council

    The Brookline Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is an all-volunteer organization of parents of children with disabilities in the preschool, elementary school, high school, and in out of district placements who meet to learn more about special education in Brookline

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  • Brookline Thrives

    Brookline Thrives is a free weekend food program for Brookline students. Thrives is a program of the Brookline Food Pantry and works in partnership with the Public Schools of Brookline. Each Thrives bag contains breakfast and lunch for the weekend, plus milk, snacks and fruit. Thrives can provide bags safe for the eight major food allergies, vegetarian and kosher. Families can register their students to receive bags at school on Fridays, or choose to pick up bags in person. Click on the link above for more information and to register.

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  • Enrichment and Challenge Support Program Parent Advisory Committee

    The Enrichment and Challenge Support Program Parent Advisory Committee (ECS PAC) is an all-volunteer organization of one or two parents from each Brookline elementary school

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    The Public Library of Brookline promotes discovery, connection, and opportunity for all residents. Through its diverse resources and innovative programs, the Public Library of Brookline aims to enrich the lives of Brookline residents through free access to information in many different media and formats. They are a cultural destination and a site for learning and recreation, as well as a place where people come together to exchange ideas. Additionally, they also have a dedicated Youth Services department and spaces at all three locations, providing materials and free programming for kids, tweens, teens, and their families. The library strives to be both a cornerstone of the PSB and Town of Brookline community and a gateway to exploration of a wider world.

    There are currently three locations/branches of the Public Library of Brookline: