Brazilian Worker Center To equip low-wage immigrant workers in fighting workplace abuse in the construction, landscaping, building maintenance, and cleaning industries.Amesbury Our Neighbors’ Table To provide food assistance to food-insecure residents of Northeastern Essex County through community-based mobile markets and home delivery programs.
The LEAH Project at Health Resources in Action To increase college access and readiness of low-income high school students of color in Boston by providing them with paid internships and academic support.
National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts To expand work in Middlesex County that supports the police and other first responders in interactions with people that have behavioral health disorders.
Bridge Over Troubled Waters To transform the lives of runaway, homeless, and high-risk youth by providing survival aid, emergency shelter, and transitional living.
Bunker Hill Community College To provide low-income, at-risk Boston high school students with college classes, mentoring, and tutoring so they can earn up to 30 college credits for free.
Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation To equip teachers with the tools to implement lab-centered and inquiry-based activities to help life sciences students better understand key biological principles.
Tutoring Plus of Cambridge To expand programming into North Cambridge, providing equal access to educational opportunity for youth and families living in the surrounding areas.
Women’s Educational Center To expand its free Drop-In Program, which provides crisis support, peer counseling, computer access, and more for low-income, homeless, and abused women.
Chelmsford Life Saver Ministries To provide homeless teen moms and their children with a safe home and tools for self-sufficiency through counseling, parenting education, and life-skills training. Mary SVDP Outreach Program To provide more complete assistance to those in the community who are temporarily experiencing financial difficulty to help them return to being self-sufficient.
Boston Achieve Summer Program To create opportunity, equity, and access for motivated—but underserved—Boston students through its rigorous summer academic experiences and school programs.
Alray Taylor Second Chance Mentoring To expand and advance a successful mentoring program that helps low-income Boston student become college graduates through personalized guidance and support.
LEAP Self-Defense To increase programs that provide girls ages 8-14 with the self-defense tools they need to successfully defend against violence.