Who We Serve

Who We Serve

We serve nonprofit organizations of all sizes. Some of our clients are just figuring out how to identify prospects. Other clients have been raising funds for decades but their focus has changed or the funding landscape has changed and they need to revisit their process and their strategic plan. Wherever you are in your development evolution, we can help you move forward.

Our particular topic-area interests include

  • Climate Solutions

  • Gender Equality

  • Inclusive Democracy

  • Inclusive Economic Development

Some of the Clients We Have Served Include...

 

Elevated Thought is an art and social justice 501(c)(3) organization based in Lawrence, MA. We develop spaces for BIPOC youth and communities to engage and understand art’s liberating power.

The Lawrence Partnership is a public/private partnership dedicated to the promotion of inclusive economic development and quality of life in Lawrence, MA. The Partnership was created, in part, to fill gaps that no single institution, individual or business can fill by themselves. We bring together leaders from all sectors to align visions, resources, and strategy in order to create opportunities for a thriving and growing business environment at the heart of the Merrimack Valley.

Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation acts to build a strong, thriving, and diverse community in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhoods. Working closely with neighborhoods, residents, businesses and partners, we access resources to: Develop & preserve home ownership and rental housing across income levels; Create and sustain economic development opportunities for businesses and individuals; Build community through organizing, civic engagement, and leadership development.

Foundation Kitchen operates two commercial kitchens in Somerville, MA, and are soon to open a 3rd location in Charlestown, MA. These spaces are licensed and fully equipped for use by culinary businesses, either as shared spaces or boutique studio kitchen solutions.

Mass Growth Capital Corporation creates and preserves jobs at small businesses, inclusive of those owned by women, minorities, immigrants and veterans. MGCC also works to promote economic development throughout the Commonwealth, with special paid attention to business needs in underserved areas, Gateway Cities and low to moderate income communities.

Community Teamwork is a catalyst for social change. We leverage our programs, our partnerships, and our collective voice to foster equity, compassion, and community engagement by creating housing, education, and economic opportunities.

Beyond Soccer, which now includes Beyond Volley, is a sports-based youth development organization that uses soccer & volleyball to connect Lawrence youth to new experiences that build confidence and create opportunities for leadership, healthy living & academic achievement.

First Parish in Cambridge Unitarian Universalist Church is awakened by worship, nourished by tradition, and united by love, we strive to create a multicultural, spirit-filled community that works for justice, fosters spiritual curiosity and faith formation, shares joy, heals brokenness, and celebrates the sacred in all. We welcome people of all beliefs, ages, classes, colors, ethnicities, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities and expressions.

The Greater Lowell YMCA offers exercise classes and fitness equipment. However, we also have childcare where we care for hundreds of children each and every day in preschool, school age and summer camps. We also offer programming such as swim lessons, sports, dance, art and theater. The Y is home to a diverse community of members, many of which face economic struggles. We recognize this and offer assistance for those that need the funding.

Entrepreneurship for All  is accelerating economic and social impact in communities nationwide through inclusive entrepreneurship.

Groundwork Lawrence has been making change happen since its beginnings in 1999. Through its environmental and open space improvements, healthy food access programs, youth education, employment initiatives, community programming and events, GWL creates the building blocks of a healthy community, and empowers residents to improve their quality of life.

Project Home Again provides those in need with the furniture and household goods necessary to live in comfort and with dignity – free of charge.

The North Andover Historical Society is a non-profit educational institution, which serves as a center for local community interest and is dedicated to preserving, documenting, exhibiting, and interpreting North Andover history; mainly through its collection. This collection consists of artifacts, historical house museums, properties for historic and/or preservation purposes, and an archival collection of documents and visual materials; objects made or used in the North Andover area from the 17th century onward.

The African Community Center of Lowell equips African immigrants and refugees in the Greater Lowell area with resources to be actively engaged community members, through educational, social and cultural initiatives.

Lawrence CommunityWorks is a community development corporation that weaves together community planning, organizing, and asset-building efforts with high-quality affordable housing and commercial development to create vibrant neighborhoods and empowered residents. By facilitating conversations and action on community priorities, LCW engages partners and a network of youth and adult residents in opportunities to move themselves and the city of Lawrence forward.

Safe Havens Interfaith Partnership empowers diverse faith communities and their local service providers to work together to end domestic and sexual violence and elder abuse.

The Public Health Advocacy Institute is a legal research center focused on public health law at Northeastern University. PHAI’s goal is to support and enhance a commitment to public health in individuals and institutes who shape public policy through law. We are committed to research in public health law, public health policy development; to legal technical assistance; and to collaborative work at the intersection of law and public health. Our current areas of work include tobacco control and childhood obesity.

The Institute for Career Transitions is a not-for-profit provider of collaborative path-finding services for unemployed, under-employed or unhappily employed experienced professionals.