Tuesday, Dec 01, 2020 5:00p -
Thursday, Dec 31, 2020 11:00p
800 Boylston St.
Join us this holiday season as we light the city to celebrate the work of 31 local nonprofit organizations.
Teal and orange to celebrate the YMCA of Greater Boston's signature fundraising event Spark.
Purple to increase awareness for The Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, MSPCC, a non-governmental charitable organization that seeks to strengthen families and prevent child abuse.
Blue, to increase awareness for the Parkinson's Foundation, a national organization whose mission is to make life better for those with Parkinson's disease.
Purple and blue, to provide support for Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County, Suffolk County's front-line responders to abuse and exploitation of children.
Blue, to provide support for the American Lung Association, , a voluntary health organization whose mission is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
Rainbow, to raise awareness for Catching Joy, an organization that promotes youth volunteerism and acts of kindness.
Orange and green, to increase awareness for the National Brain Tumor Society,, a society that unrelentingly invests in, mobilizes, and unites our community to discover a cure, deliver effective treatments, and advocate for patients and care partners.
Teal, in support of the Massachusetts General Hospital's, MGH Fund symbolizing the efforts of frontline healthcare workers in the Boston community.
Orange, in support of the Reid Landry Garrant Foundation, an organization providing support to the families of leukemia patients.
Blue, to celebrate Hanukkah.
Orange, to raise awareness for FriendshipWorks, an organization that ends elder isolation by reducing social isolation, enhancing the quality of life, and preserving the dignity of older adults in Greater Boston.
Purple, to raise awareness for the Herren Project, an organization that provides services and support to help us all live healthy, fulfilling lives free from the effects of drug and alcohol addiction.
Pink, in support of StrongHer, an organization that teaches young women stress-management and self-empowerment skills to help each girl find her inner strength.
Purple, in support of One Mission, a pediatric cancer charity that does whatever it takes to get kids through cancer.
Red, to raise awareness for the Junior League of Boston, an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Red and blue, to raise awareness for Team IMPACT, an organization that tackles the emotional trauma and social isolation experienced by children facing serious and chronic illnesses by matching them with a college athletic team.
Blue and green, in support of the Elizabeth Stone House, an organization that partners with adult and child survivors of domestic violence and related trauma, mental illness, housing instability, and substance misuse- to achieve safety, stability, and overall wellbeing.
Orange and blue, in support of Massachusetts Project 351, Inc., an organization that builds a movement of youth-led service by engaging an unsung hero from each of Massachusetts' 351 cities and towns.
Dark red, to provide support for New England Philharmonic, a volunteer orchestra, fostering composition and the appreciation of contemporary classical music by performing commissions and recent works alongside tradition repertoire in concerts.
Blue and orange, to provide support for the Boston Debate League, a league that offers debate and argumentation programs for young people in Greater Boston.
Green and blue, to raise awareness for the Esplanade Association, a non-profit dedicated to revitalizing, enhancing, programming, and maintaining the historic Charles River Esplanade in downtown Boston.
Blue, in support of the Ron Burton Training Village, an organization that enriches the lives of challenged youth in the areas of dynamic character and leadership development, physical fitness, social and educational advancement, and spiritual growth.
Gold, to provide support for the Boston Bruins Foundation, a non-profit that collaborates with charitable organizations that demonstrate a commitment to health and wellness, education and athletics.
Blue and green, To raise awareness for New England Donor Services, an organization who coordinates organ and tissue donation in the six New England states and Bermuda.
Red and green, to celebrate Christmas.
Blue, to provide support for Victim Rights Law Center, a non-profit organization that provides free legal services to victims of sexual abuse.
Blue, to provide support for Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, an organization that provides a platform for volunteers to recover excess fresh and prepared food from businesses and transport it to local human service agencies.
Red, to raise awareness for Victory Programs, an organization that operates 19 innovative health, housing and prevention programs throughout Greater Boston.
Green, in support of Samaritans, Inc., an organization whose mission is to reduce the incidence of suicide by alleviating despair, isolation, distress and suicidal feelings among individuals in our community, 24 hours a day.
Green, in support of RESPOND, Inc., an organization that partners with individuals, families, and communities to end the serious public health issue of domestic violence.
Silver and gold, to celebrate New Year's eve.