To support "A Path Home for Every Youth," a multi-year initiative to ensure more youth experiencing homelessness have the resources needed to achieve stability and self-sufficiency. (5-year grant)
To help in-school youth with disabilities aged 17-24 unlock their potential through paid work experience.
To address the basic needs of homeless families, including food, shelter, and safety, ensuring that parents are equipped to proceed to the next level of family transformation. (2-year grant)
To support financial education and mentoring programs for low-income women and at-risk teen girls in Boston.
To support the delivery of BUILD's entrepreneurship program for up to 400 Boston students, while strengthening their engagement and accelerating digital learning. (2-year grant)
To support food distribution to low-income families and individuals in central Seattle, through both a community food bank and home grocery delivery. (2-year grant)
To provide Charlestown High School students with the chance to create a STEM career pathway, take college courses, and obtain wrap-around support. (2-year grant)
To equip older foster youth and young at-risk parents, up to age 23, with the life skills and permanent adult connections necessary to live independently. (3-year grant)
To provide emergency rent and other basic needs assistance for Caritas residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To support web accessibility evaluations and screen reader trainings for Boston-based nonprofits.