Women’s Lunch Place To help homeless and low-income women in Boston find and maintain safe, affordable homes through expert assistance, resources, and financial aid.
Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy To build low-income women’s leadership through public service internships as part of the graduate certificate program in Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy.
Family Nurturing Center of Massachusetts To offer a continuum of family support programs—home visits, playgroups, and parenting education—to low-resource parents and their young children.
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.
Walk Boston To create safer pedestrian environments by training and empowering community residents to be change agents for safe streets.
Women’s Bar Foundation of Massachusetts To provide legal assistance in family law matters (restraining orders, divorce, child custody, etc.) to low-income survivors of domestic violence.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.Concord Minute Man Arc for Human Services To bridge the gap in pediatric care by providing critical life-changing therapies for children between the ages of three and eight.Danvers NFI Massachusetts To reduce crime and build trust between at-risk teenagers and local North Shore patrol officers through the Youth and Police Initiative program.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.