Local Grant Program
To date, Cummings Foundation has awarded more than $500 million in grants to nonprofits based in greater Boston. It seeks to provide vital funding to mostly local charities that are working to improve the lives of community members through education, healthcare, human services, and social justice programs.
2023 Cummings $30 Million Grant Program Recipients
In May 2023, 125 of the 150 nonprofits below were awarded three-year grants of up to $225,000 each. The remaining 25 grant winners (as noted with asterisks) were awarded $300,000 - $1 million each, to be paid over 10 years.
Below this box are earlier grants awarded by the Foundation since 2012, when its formal grant-making programs began. Total grants awarded by Cummings Foundation (and immediate affiliates) within Northeastern Massachusetts now total $500 million.
Acton Food Pantry—$135,000
To expand home delivery and establish a mobile market program for people unable to visit the community pantry.
Andover Public Schools—$150,000
To expand a culturally diverse author visit series to all grade levels to ensure that the many cultures of our students are recognized and celebrated.
To grow the number and types of therapeutic visits, social/emotional learning opportunities, and academic supports using rescued miniature horses.
To ensure dignified access to nutritious, local food for all Arlington residents.
The Furniture Trust—$150,000
To provide the most economical and environmentally responsible used office furnishings solutions to local nonprofits.
Japanese Bostonians Support Line—$45,000
To offer outreach, case management, advocacy, and senior visits to low-income, struggling, or isolated Asian immigrants.
To provide interactive educational programming in schools, community groups, and local parks to 1,500 youth throughout our watershed.
Bedford Public Schools—$60,000
To provide English as a second language for learners who want to improve their literacy skills, expand career opportunities, and promote social inclusion.
To provide librarians and teachers with trustworthy genocide education materials leading to a more accurate and enriched understanding of genocide.
*Beverly Education Foundation—$300,000
To support teachers with grants and on-going professional development and to increase parental connection and involvement in their children’s education.
Building a Better Beverly —$75,000
To support the Summer Literacy Program, which serves 180 rising elementary students who are reading below grade level.
To provide more long-term case management services, expand the financial cap per household, and fund landlord mediation services.
To support the replacement of an HVAC system to purify, cool, and heat the building with classrooms for students with severe medical needs.
To create a "Dialogue Youth Corps" to train 12 youth in intergroup dialogue so they can serve as community facilitators and agents of civic change.
To engage local 5th grade students with the history of enslaved people in Beverly through primary sources and curriculum materials.
The Resolution Center—$105,000
To provide residents with the skills and support to transform increasingly frequent and intense conflict into opportunities for community-building.
Beyond Greater Boston
African Community Education Program—$150,000
To support essential operating costs to provide youth and family programming for African refugees and immigrants.
To support credit-bearing student experiences as peer mentors to help students with academic and social adjustment to college life.
To foster equitable economic opportunity for Latinx small businesses and to increase Latinx representation in leadership positions.
Boston Arts Academy Foundation—$150,000
To engage primarily low-income, diverse students in a college preparatory curriculum, and provide intensive academic and social-emotional support.
*The Boston Foundation—$300,000
To produce reports, hold public forums, highlight trends and issues impacting the region, and promote informed public discourse.
Boston Schools Fund—$150,000
To provide high-quality curriculum materials and professional development to accelerate student learning.
*Boston University Hillel Foundation—$350,000
To support students’ mental health and well-being by empowering them to pursue passions, activate community, and engage in the world around them.
Cathedral High School—$75,000
To expand and broaden college and career options for inner-city youth so that all students have a transformational post-secondary experience.
Company One Theatre—$75,000
To provide social justice theater education in low-income neighborhoods through in-school residencies and professional trainings.
To assert Black males' importance to the perpetuation of family and community cohesiveness through education, social and cultural principles, and economic interdependence.
Ellis Memorial & Eldredge House—$90,000
To hire a bilingual and bicultural critical caregiver at the Jamaica Plain site to support families in a culturally sensitive and appropriate manner.
To reduce social isolation, enhance quality of life, and preserve the dignity of older adults through personalized matches with volunteers.
Kwong Kow Chinese School—$75,000
To ensure academic excellence in low-income immigrant and first-generation children through homework support, rigorous standards-aligned curriculum, STEAM activities, and cultural enrichment.
To accelerate early college quality and innovation to deepen impact for the 6,000 (and growing) students in early college in the Commonwealth.
My Life My Choice—$225,000
To expand trafficking prevention and intervention services through enhanced trainings, deepened local relationships, and expanded survivor-led mentoring.
New England Legal Foundation—$225,000
To hire a business lawyer to help underrepresented entrepreneurs start and launch their own businesses.
To bridge the opportunity divide for first-generation/low-income college students by providing social support, mentoring, and resources.
Partners for Youth with Disabilities—$225,000
To prepare youth for registered apprenticeships in property maintenance and a variety of construction trades.
Phoenix Charter Academy Network—$225,000
To support at-risk youth in Chelsea and Lawrence to overcome challenges, finish high school, and pursue meaningful post-secondary opportunities.
*Pine Street Inn—$1 million
To support residents in moving from homelessness to housing by providing flexible funding for move-in costs such as furniture and security deposits.
To provide free quality legal services to low-income and vulnerable immigrants to attain U.S. citizenship.
*Social Innovation Forum—$500,000
To expand capacity-building programs for 220+ small nonprofits through workshops, learning cohorts, executive coaching, and individual supports.
St. Francis House—$225,000
To provide adults experiencing homelessness with meals, clothing, showers, and access to medical care while supporting them on a pathway to recovery.
To provide pro bono legal support to asylum seekers and to organize locally around issues impacting Greater Boston's immigrant community.
*Tech Goes Home—$600,000
To offer digital skills training, devices, and internet connectivity that open up access to education, healthcare, employment, and community engagement.
Veterans Legal Services—$150,000
To provide economically challenged veterans with free, holistic civil legal aid through in-person clinics, tele-legal services, and partnerships with service providers.
Wentworth Institute of Technology—$225,000
To provide a data-driven, and practice-proven, holistic student support system for Boston youth, within and beyond the traditional college-going opportunities.
*Community Giving Tree—$300,000
To provide local children living in poverty with the everyday essentials they need to be happy, healthy and safe.
To reduce food insecurity in marginalized populations and help connect residents with housing, employment, mental health, and other resources.
The Home for Little Wanderers—$180,000
To defray the costs of in-school mental health services and consultation to public school teachers in several cities and towns north of Boston.
Boston Post Adoption Resources—$90,000
To ensure adoptive families have lifelong access to education and specialized trauma-informed, culturally sensitive mental health services.
To provide mentoring, leadership, and entrepreneurial training to at-risk youth through the Project TMI Educational program.
Cambridge School Volunteers—$75,000
To provide high quality tutoring programs to Cambridge Public School students.
To address science and nature equity for young students in under-resourced urban schools and to lay the foundation for program replication.
Food For Free—$180,000
To support the general operating expenses that allow Food For Free to continue to respond to the increase in hunger.
To prevent and end domestic violence in our community through holistic prevention and intervention services and a continuum of supportive housing.
To engage marginalized youth through sailing, STEM, and youth development programs that support social-emotional growth, academic progress, and increased confidence.
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital—$180,000
To educate grade school students in Boston about career options in healthcare, leading to careers that improve personal and family wellbeing.
To disrupt youth violence in greater Boston communities by addressing trauma first.
To provide construction cluster students with opportunities to gain campus commercial work experiences by building new educational spaces.
The Women's Fund of Essex County—$210,000
To launch the Essex County Resilient Girls Project, a three-year program to enhance adolescent girls’ mental health and well-being.
The Boston Project Ministries—$105,000
To empower BIPOC teenagers to address the mental health crisis that is disproportionately harming Boston’s Black and Brown youth.
To expand physical and emotional self-defense programs that foster personal empowerment and leadership potential for Boston youths.
He is Me Institute—$90,000
To sustain, expand, and implement programs in collaboration with institutions that create sustainable pipelines into the field of education for Black men.
Roxbury Preparatory Charter School—$225,000
To provide essential college placement and completion support to ensure that students enter, succeed, and graduate from college.
*Sportsmen's Tennis & Enrichment Center—$1 million
To provide academic, enrichment, and social emotional support to close the achievement gap for children in the Blue Hill Avenue corridor.
East Boston Social Centers—$90,000
To expand the Welcome Baby home visiting program to ensure all Eastie children enter kindergarten joyful, thriving, and ready to learn.
To provide food and climate literacy education in an urban farm setting.
To provide basic human services that address food, housing, and workforce insecurity.
Framingham History Center—$90,000
To provide opportunities for residents, including low-income and underserved communities, to discover their personal and regional history in an interactive environment.
Hoops & Homework—$75,000
To expand mentoring, tutoring, and emotional support to a greater number of students from the lowest income neighborhoods in and around Framingham.
Mary Ann Morse Healthcare—$150,000
To enhance organizational technology in order to provide a better quality of life for residents.
North Shore Health Project—$225,000
To support the LGBTQ+ and drug-using population through a harm reduction office, offering safe and confidential testing, Naloxone access, and short-term health navigation services.
Bethany Community Services—$75,000
To create a Memory Café to serve the nearly 400 low-income senior residents who reside in downtown Haverhill communities.
To support a project manager who will oversee MakeIT Haverhill’s employment and training programs while expanding client outreach and engagement.
To help aging adults thwart social isolation and loneliness through engagement in an active adult day health program.
America SCORES New England—$225,000
To double the number of youth served by 2026 through the Programmatic Expansion portion of our Comprehensive Campaign.
To develop capacity by implementing a full-time program director, developing a new strategic plan, and supporting core operations.
To provide soft skills training to formerly incarcerated people and offer paid experiential learning opportunities.
To support the animal science educational program at Nashoba Valley Technical High School, which prepares students for high-demand careers.
To provide low-threshold permanent and transitional housing and harm reduction services to those experiencing homelessness.
Clarendon Early Education Services—$225,000
To create a comprehensive online training model with individualized supports to provide equitable access for family child care educators.
*The Community Group—$300,000
To support DCF-involved siblings living in separate foster homes by providing consistent, well-supported, and fun-filled opportunities to spend time together.
The Dream Network—$45,000
To create a regional information hub that provides formerly incarcerated persons with access to information and resources about proven reentry strategies.
To provide residents of the City of Lawrence and surrounding communities with English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) instruction classes.
Lawrence Catholic Academy—$225,000
To create educational enrichment programs, including field trips to museums and ecological, cultural, and science events, for 451 underserved K-8 children.
To provide English as a second language and citizenship classes and naturalization services to low-income newcomers and immigrants.
Mary Immaculate Health/Care Services—$225,000
To hire an activities director and expand patient programming in the soon-to-be renovated end-stage Dementia Specialty Care Unit.
To meet the growing needs of the Greater Lawrence immigrant community by expanding physical capacity and classroom and office space.
*Mill Cities Community Investments—$1 million
To provide Black- and Latinx-owned small businesses with access to intensive strategic advisory support and capital.
*The Psychological Center—$600,000
To expand programs, services, and successful transitions for those who are experiencing homelessness, substance use disorders, and mental health issues.
*Top Notch Scholars—$1 million
To build staffing capacity and academic content to serve a waiting list of poor and low-income families for STEM, coding, and healthcare-focused programs.
*Si, Se Puede—$350,000
To sustain and improve educational enrichment for children and teens from Merrimack Courts Public Housing Project by adding staff capacity.
To assist South Sudanese immigrants in accessing education and enrichment for their children.
Littleton Community Farm—$60,000
To grow organic vegetables and distribute them to food-insecure households in low-resourced neighborhoods in Middlesex and Suffolk counties.
To support the diaper bank and leadership development programming for Lowell residents.
Lowell Association for the Blind—$75,000
To provide programs and services for blind and visually impaired people of all ages living in the Greater Merrimack Valley.
To provide free and comprehensive out-of-school-time programs that enrich students' academic experience and learning.
Merrimack Valley Food Bank—$225,000
To relieve hunger and reduce food insecurity by providing food assistance through a network of agencies and through direct food assistance programs.
*Thrive Communities of Massachusetts—$300,000
To support adults transitioning from incarceration, navigating individual and communal accountability, and overcoming systemic cycles of harm.
Building Bridges Through Music—$75,000
To support after-school and summer programs that teach literacy and STEM subjects using music for low-income, at-risk children in Lynn.
To strengthen the residential facility, create foster care safe homes, and expand We Rise services to prevent and promote healing from sex trafficking.
*Girls Inc. of Lynn—$750,000
To expand current pre-college mentoring and launch Project Accelerate, which supports girls with coaches, mentoring, and paid internships.
To provide effective, trauma-informed social-emotional behavior services to low-income preschoolers and Spanish-speaking parents in Lynn.
To support and sustain the Youth Center that serves extremely high-risk youth in Lynn ages 12-24.
Chinese Culture Connection—$105,000
To expand the AAPI Youth Leadership/Mentoring program to more schools, enabling an additional 200 students to find their voices in the community.
Malden Catholic High School—$225,000
To provide urban youth from Gateway communities with an innovative and challenging afterschool and summer STEM program.
To provide additional housing support services to low-income immigrant families housed at Casa Mariposa.
Marblehead Counseling Center—$120,000
To provide behavioral health services to waitlisted North Shore residents by hiring masters-level clinicians working towards licensing.
The Advanced Math & Science Academy—$105,000
To promote and increase participation in engineering for students from underrepresented populations.
To expand culinary training and employment placement programs to reach more individuals with disabilities recovering from mental illness.
*Marie Esther Health Center—$225,000
To install a therapeutic patio and garden to help reduce isolation and loneliness, increase functional mobility, and enhance quality of life for seniors.
Boston Food Forest Coalition—$90,000
To increase access to green space, healthy food, and protection from heat for underserved Bostonians by transforming vacant lots into locally run edible parks.
To support operations to expand the capacity of its Food Pantry, Workforce Training Initiative, and Culture for Change programs.
Immigrant Family Services Institute—$225,000
To support general operations and organizational capacity building in finance, human resources, quality management, fundraising, and specialized teaching.
*BEST Hospitality Training—$500,000
To provide un/under-employed individuals with enhanced case management and support services to increase opportunity, equity, and access to training and placement services.
Medford Police Department—$105,000
To create a community engagement unit that fosters key partnerships with diverse community groups and leaders in the city of Medford.
To partner with Minds Matter Boston and bring rising junior high school students from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds to Tufts’ Summer Accelerator program.
Family Promise MetroWest—$150,000
To provide essential subsidies for children and their families across the shelter, transitional, and homelessness prevention programs.
*MetroWest Mediation Services—$350,000
To prevent eviction and homelessness by providing mediation and rental assistance support to tenants and landlords in cases referred by local courts and community members.
African Bridge Network—$90,000
To expand our Immigrant Professionals Fellowship and career advisory services to skilled immigrants in Middlesex and Essex counties.
To reduce violence by teaching young adults how to forgive and reconcile differences.
To expand our financial literacy education program beyond traditional public schools while deepening engagement through new digital resources.
Good Shepherd Community Care—$225,000
To expand the HEARTplay bereavement program for children, teens, and young adults of all abilities in the greater Boston area.
One Can Help—$150,000
To provide disadvantaged children and families involved with DCF or the juvenile courts with the resources needed to improve lives and build better futures.
Pathway to Possible—$90,000
To support the Living Wage Campaign to provide fair, competitive pay for people with cognitive and developmental disabilities.
To resource remote learning labs to provide predominately low-income students of color with ELA and STEM instruction and enrichment.
Boston's Higher Ground—$105,000
To support after-school and summer learning programs that provide safe options for children while accommodating parents' work schedules.
BPE (Boston Plan for Excellence)—$225,000
To expand the pathways program into the middle school so all Dearborn scholars graduate with the skills needed for college and career success.
The Dimock Center—$225,000
To expand addiction treatment capacity by restoring the Zakrzewska Building into a 32-bed clinical stabilization services program.
To support organizational capacity-building efforts and prepare children for success in kindergarten and beyond.
To hire staff for the Community Engagement Initiative and support the vibrancy, empowerment, and self-advocacy of Roxbury neighbors.
To hire an instructional coach for educators in four child care centers who will enhance program quality and support professional development.
We Are Better Together—$180,000
To mitigate trauma and build leadership among women who are caregivers to victims of street violence, those responsible for community harm, or those re-entering society.
To provide housing navigation services for homeless survivors of domestic violence or intimate partner violence.
Open Door Immigration Services—$60,000
To provide low and extremely low-income immigrants with free citizenship classes and support in filing the federal citizenship application.
To provide the support and coaching alumni need to persist in graduating from college.
To support a greater number of diverse startups and enable them to successfully scale with local suppliers and manufacturers.
MassHire Metro North Workforce Board—$225,000
To prepare youth for registered apprenticeships in property maintenance and a variety of construction trades.
Somerville Homeless Coalition—$105,000
To provide equitable and accessible wraparound case management services to prevent crises such as homelessness, eviction, and food insecurity.
Thompson Island Outward Bound—$75,000
To engage students in a progressively challenging curriculum integrating STEM and field science, outdoor challenge and adventure, and social-emotional learning.
To provide community grants to Stoneham Public Schools and other local nonprofit organizations.
To assist survivors of intimate partner violence and support greater prevention by educating youth on healthy relationships.
Wakefield Educational Foundation—$105,000
To expand existing mental health support initiatives to create a comprehensive, multi-tiered program to address the rise in behavioral health issues for K-12 students.
African Cultural Services—$105,000
To support low-income African immigrants through programs that educate, empower, and connect them while providing crucial emergency supplies and resource referrals.
Mass Farmer Markets—$90,000
To improve access to healthy food through enhanced outreach and support of consumers and farmers from Gateway Cities.
Opportunities for Inclusion—$75,000
To increase access to adaptive equipment, electronic devices, and arts and music experiences for those with intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities.
REACH Beyond Domestic Violence—$150,000
To hire a staff attorney and help clients navigate immigration, restraining orders, custody, divorce, financial entanglements, and other issues.
To expand parenting education and parent leadership programs for those with children aged eight and under.
*Parents Helping Parents—$500,000
To expand capacity and provide evidence-based mutual aid support groups to under-resourced parents.
Boston BullPen Project—$90,000
To resolve crises by providing low-income individuals with immediate financial assistance for essential basic needs when the affiliated partner organizations cannot.
To establish the Cummings AIR Program and support a diverse range of photographic artists to connect with the community through education and visual literacy programs.
Wright-Locke Farm Conservancy—$75,000
To remove financial access barriers to our food farm and nature education programs, enabling families to take part in all organizational offerings.
Magic Soul House—$30,000
To bring people closer to the arts by offering a creative space that inspires inner-peace and serenity, and to host a variety of public events.
All Grant Recipients to date
The total awarded amounts below may represent multiple grants.
- Acton Community Supper and Food Pantry (Acton Food Pantry) - $135,000
- Boston Area Gleaners - $530,000
- Discovery Museum - $200,000
- Household Goods, Inc - $100,000
- Innovators for Purpose - $100,000
- Brazilian Worker Center - $100,000
- DEAF, Inc - $100,000
- Tenacity Inc. - $100,000
- West End House Inc. - $725,000
- Link House, Inc. - $100,000
- Lucy's Love Bus - $100,000
- Momenta - $100,000
- Our Neighbors' Table - $606,000
- Pettengill House Inc. - $241,000
- A Better Chance of Andover - $100,000
- Aaron's Presents - $200,000
- Andover Community Trust - $100,000
- Andover Public Schools - $250,000
- Andover Senior Community Friends Inc. - $100,000
- Challenge Unlimited, Inc. - $566,330
- Creative Living Inc./American Training - $75,000
- Lifting Spirits Miniature Therapy Horses - $30,000
- Massachusetts School of Law at Andover - $100,000
- Partners in Child Development - $359,500
- Project Home Again - $100,000
- The North East Educational and Developmental Supports Center, Inc (NEEDS) - $100,000
- Arlington Boys & Girls Club - $105,000
- Arlington EATS - $90,000
- Arlington Youth Counseling Center - $761,000
- Fidelity House - $100,000
- Food Link Inc. - $609,000
- JB Line, Inc. - $45,000
- Mabel Center for Immigrant Justice - $100,000
- Mystic River Watershed Association - $90,000
- The Children's Room - $542,000
- The Furniture Trust - $150,000
- Visiting Nurse & Community Care - $600,000
- Youth Villages - Germaine Lawrence Campus - $99,999
- The bIRch House, Inc. - $100,000
- Middlesex County Foundation, Inc. - $100,000
- Babson College - $101,000
- Bedford Public Schools - $60,000
- Nashoba Learning Group, Inc - $700,000
- Science from Scientists - $103,000
- The Edinburg Center - $100,000
- National Association for Armenian Studies and Research - $150,000
- Beverly Bootstraps Community Services, Inc - $610,000
- Beverly Chamber of Commerce - $100,000
- Beverly Children's Learning Center - $60,000
- Beverly Education Foundation Inc. - $415,000
- Beverly Hospital - $200,000
- Build Health International - $451,000
- Building a Better Beverly - $75,000
- Cabot Performing Arts Center Inc - $100,000
- Change Is Simple Inc - $458,000
- Children's Center for Communication/Beverly School for the Deaf - $100,000
- Endicott College - $20,600,000
- Express Yourself Inc. - $453,000
- Family Promise North Shore Boston - $60,000
- Fed Up With Cancer Inc - $10,000
- Friends of the Northshore Education Consortium - $325,000
- Harborlight Community Partners - $110,000
- Heathmere Center for Cultural Engagement - $30,000
- Historic Beverly - $230,000
- Lappin Foundation - $100,000
- Life Sciences Consortium of the North Shore - $200,000
- Montserrat College of Art - $100,000
- New Entry Sustainable Farming Project - $100,000
- North Shore InnoVentures - $300,000
- Peter Frates Family Foundation Inc - $100,000
- The Resolution Center - $205,000
- The School for Field Studies - $300,000
- YMCA of the North Shore - $200,000
- Boys & Girls Club of Greater Billerica - $100,000
- 2nd Act (previously Improbable Players) - $300,000
- Action for Boston Community Development, Inc. - $100,000
- Alliance for Business Leadership - $100,000
- Alray Taylor Second Chance - $541,000
- American Islamic Congress Inc. - $50,000
- Amplify Latinx - $225,000
- Asian American Civic Association Inc. - $201,000
- Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence - $604,000
- BAGLY, Inc. - $100,000
- Benjamin Franklin Cummings Institute of Technology - $12,700,000
- Beyond Conflict - $200,000
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Massachusetts - $100,000
- Big Sister Association of Greater Boston - $388,500
- Black Economic Council of Massachusetts - $100,000
- Boston Algebra in Middle Schools Project - $25,000
- Boston Architectural College - $400,000
- Boston Arts Academy Foundation - $250,000
- Boston Asian Youth Essential Service - $410,000
- Boston CASA, Inc. - $403,500
- Boston Children's Museum - $100,000
- Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center Inc. - $363,000
- Boston Debate League - $550,000
- Boston Harbor Now - $200,000
- Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program - $363,000
- Boston Higher Education Resource Center, Inc. (HERC) - $100,000
- Boston Medical Center Corporation - $100,000
- Boston Partners in Education - $400,000
- Boston Police Activities League - $100,000
- Boston Public Library Fund - $100,000
- Boston Public Schools - $100,000
- Boston Schools Fund - $150,000
- Boston Shakespeare Project - $100,000
- Boston University Hillel Foundation - $450,000
- Breaktime United, Inc. - $102,500
- Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Inc. - $451,000
- BSA Foundation - $100,000
- Budget Buddies - $204,500
- BUILD Boston - Businesses United in Investing Lending and Development - $200,000
- Building Impact - $100,000
- CAIR-MA, Inc. - $350,000
- Camp Harbor View - $1,100,000
- Cathedral High School - $75,000
- Catholic Schools Foundation - $100,000
- Center for Law and Education - $103,500
- Center for Restorative Justice at Suffolk University - $102,000
- Center for Teen Empowerment - $450,000
- Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County - $100,000
- Children's Trust, Inc. - $200,000
- Christopher's Haven - $100,000
- Citizen Schools - $100,000
- Commonwealth Corporation Foundation - $100,000
- Commonwealth Zoological Corporation - $200,000
- Communities for Restorative Justice - $640,000
- Community Resources for Justice - $100,000
- Company One Theatre - $75,000
- Compass Working Capital - $100,000
- Concerned Black Men of Massachusetts, Inc. - $30,000
- Cristo Rey Boston High School - $100,000
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute - $10,000
- Discovering Justice - $351,000
- Doc Wayne Youth Services Inc. - $100,000
- EdVestors - $100,000
- Elevate Youth - $100,000
- Ellis Memorial and Eldredge House Inc - $90,000
- Emerson Prison Initiative - $100,000
- Emmanuel College - $700,000
- Empower Peace, Inc. - $100,000
- English for New Bostonians - $200,000
- FamilyAid Boston - $201,000
- Fathers' Uplift, Inc. - $100,000
- Fenway Community Health Center - $300,000
- First Literacy - $100,000
- Foundation for Boston Centers for Youth & Families - $200,000
- Friday Night Supper Program, Inc. - $100,000
- Friends of St. Stephen's Youth Programs - $202,000
- Friends of the Children-Boston, Inc - $352,500
- FriendshipWorks - $600,000
- Girls on the Run Greater Boston - $100,000
- GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders - $200,000
- Greater Boston Legal Services - $100,000
- Haley House - $207,500
- Heading Home Inc. - $606,000
- Health Care For All Inc. - $100,000
- Health Care Without Walls - $100,000
- Health Law Advocates - $252,000
- Health Resources In Action Inc. - $126,000
- HomeStart - $100,000
- InnerCity Weightlifting Inc. - $353,000
- International Institute of New England - $305,000
- Inversant Inc. - $326,000
- Jewish Vocational Service - $200,000
- JFYNetWorks - $100,000
- Judge Baker Children's Center - $123,000
- Justice at Work - $100,000
- Justice Resource/My Life My Choice - $225,000
- Kwong Kow Chinese School, Inc. - $75,000
- Lawyers Clearinghouse on Affordable Housing and Homelessness Inc. - $603,000
- Lawyers for Civil Rights - $100,000
- Level Ground Mixed Martial Arts Inc. - $100,000
- Literations - $603,000
- Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly - $100,000
- Mass Mentoring Partnership - $100,000
- Massachusetts Advocates for Children - $550,000
- Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice - $200,000
- Massachusetts Citizens for Children - $200,000
- Massachusetts College of Art and Design Foundation, Inc. - $100,000
- Massachusetts General Hospital - $200,000
- Massachusetts Institute for a New Commonwealth - $450,000
- Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus Education Fund - $100,000
- Massachusetts Wonderfund, Inc. - $600,000
- MassRobotics - $100,000
- Minds Matter of Boston Inc. - $456,000
- Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries, Inc. - $100,000
- Museum of African American History - $100,000
- Museum of Fine Arts - $100,000
- Museum of Science - $2,600,000
- New England Center for Arts & Technology - $400,000
- New England Legal Foundation - $225,000
- New England Center and Home for Veterans - $200,000
- Northeastern University - $90,000
- Operation Able of Greater Boston Inc - $100,000
- Pablove Foundation Inc. - $10,000
- Partners for Youth with Disabilities - $325,000
- Partners In Health - $49,600,000
- Pedro Martinez Foundation - $100,000
- Philanthropy Massachusetts - $100,000
- Phoenix Charter Academy Network - $225,000
- Pine Street Inn Inc. - $1,802,000
- Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project - $537,000
- Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary - $10,000
- Prisoners' Legal Services of Massachusetts - $100,000
- Project Citizenship - $225,000
- Project Place - $372,000
- Raising A Reader Massachusetts - $400,000
- Rebuilding Together Boston - $100,000
- Refugee and Immigrant Assistance Center - $130,000
- Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy - $100,000
- Rian Immigrant Center - $201,500
- Rosie's Place, Inc. - $354,000
- Safe Havens Interfaith Partnership Against Domestic Violence & Elder Abuse - $200,000
- Samaritans Inc. - $742,000
- Sibling Connections - $356,000
- Silver Lining Mentoring - $373,500
- Social Innovation Forum - $600,000
- South End Technology Center @Tent City - $33,333
- SparkShare Inc - $100,000
- St. Anthony Shrine - $602,000
- St. Francis House - $325,000
- Steppingstone Foundation Inc. - $200,000
- Student Clinic for Immigrant Justice, Inc. - $75,000
- Tech Goes Home - $823,000
- The Boston Foundation - $1,102,000
- The Commonwealth Seminar - $100,000
- The Greater Boston Food Bank - $100,000
- The Lenny Zakim Fund - $100,000
- The One Fund - $100,000
- The Partnership Inc. - $200,00
- The Possible Zone - $100,000
- The Theater Offensive - $100,000
- The Trustees of Reservations - $100,000
- The Wang Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. - $100,000
- Trinity Boston Connects - $100,000
- United South End Settlements - $100,000
- United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley - $210,000
- Urban College of Boston - $452,000
- Veterans Legal Services Inc. - $376,000
- WalkBoston - $100,000
- Wediko Children's Services - $100,000
- Wentworth Institute of Technology - $325,000
- Women's Bar Foundation of Massachusetts, Inc. - $223,500
- Women of Color Entrepreneurs - $100,000
- Women's Foundation of Boston - $100,000
- Women's Lunch Place - $514,000
- Year Up Greater Boston - $100,000
- YMCA Training Inc. - $100,000
- Youth Advocacy Foundation - $403,333
- Youth Enrichment Services - $210,000
- YWCA Boston - $650,000
- Community Giving Tree - $502,000
- Artisan's Asylum, Inc. - $100,000
- Brighton Allston Congregational Church - $105,000
- Community Rowing Inc. - $200,000
- Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston - $101,00
- Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund - $10,000
- The Home for Little Wanderers Inc. - $480,000
- Roger Williams University - $20,000,000
- Boston Post Adoption Resources - $192,500
- Brookline Community Mental Health Center - $100,000
- Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation Inc. - $200,000
- Heartbeat Ministries and Crisis Pregnancy Center Inc. - $135,000
- Lahey Clinic Foundation Inc. - $1,227,000
- Lahey Health Behavioral Services - $1,000,000
- Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress - $373,000
- Minuteman Senior Services - $505,000
- Saheli Inc - $101,000
- Town of Burlington Council on Aging - $100,000
- Town of Burlington-Burlington Police Department - $700,000
- Adolescent Consultation Services - $370,000
- BeHeard.world - $90,000
- Beth Israel Lahey Health - $100,000
- Boston Area Rape Crisis Center - $201,000
- Boston Mobilization Inc. - $100,000
- Breakthrough Greater Boston - $533,330
- Bridges Homeward - $450,000
- Cambridge Affordable Housing Corporation - $208,000
- Cambridge Camping Association - $380,000
- Cambridge Community Center - $100,000
- Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee - $100,000
- Cambridge School Volunteers Inc. - $75,000
- Cambridge Women's Center - $602,000
- CitySprouts Inc - $375,000
- Community Art Center, Inc - $100,000
- Community Conversations: Sister to Sister Women's Health Initiative - $107,500
- Conflict Dynamics International Inc. - $122,000
- De Novo - $405,000
- Debate Mate Inc. - $25,000
- East End House Inc. - $40,000
- Enroot - $430,000
- Food For Free - $418,000
- Harvard University - $25,300,000
- Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center, Inc. - $100,000
- Innovation Studio - $625,500
- Just-A-Start Corporation - $100,000
- LivableStreets Alliance - $100,000
- Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation - $305,000
- New Communities Services Inc. - $70,000
- New England Innocence Project Inc. - $134,000
- On The Rise Inc. - $116,000
- Our Place Daycare Center - $100,000
- Resilient Coders - $127,000
- Saint Peter School - $100,000
- Science Club for Girls, Inc. - $166,666
- St. Paul's Choir School - $100,000
- The Beautiful Stuff Project - $125,000
- The Conversation Project - $100,000
- The Loop Lab - $100,000
- The Next Step Fund Inc. - $227,000
- The Philanthropy Connection - $100,000
- Tutoring Plus of Cambridge, Inc. - $200,000
- Vinfen - $100,000
- Y2Y Network - $100,000
- YWCA Cambridge - $100,000
- The Forsyth Institute - $100,000
- Transition House, Inc. - $478,000
- The Salvation Army - $100,000
- Appalachian Mountain Club - $100,000
- Bunker Hill Community College Foundation Inc. - $200,000
- Cambridge College, Inc. - $100,000
- Charlestown Lacrosse & Learning Center - $100,000
- Courageous Sailing - $250,000
- Federation for Children with Special Needs - $100,000
- Junior Achievement of Greater Boston - $105,750
- Solutions Over Sickness - $100,000
- Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital - $280,000
- Operation Delta Dog - $178,000
- St. Mary SVDP Outreach Program/Society of St. Vincent de Paul - $100,000
- The Paul Center For Learning And Recreation - $350,000
- HarborCOV Inc. - $102,500
- Roca, Inc. - $250,000
- The Neighborhood Developers - $200,000
- Boston College - $100,000
- Concord Prison Outreach - $166,500
- Domestic Violence Services Network, Inc. - $100,000
- Gaining Ground Inc. - $586,000
- Journey Into Education and Teaching - $100,000
- Minute Man Arc for Human Services Inc. - $304,000
- Play Ball Foundation - $100,000
- The Nature Connection - $301,000
- ThinkGive, Inc. - $100,000
- Care Dimensions Inc - $110,000
- Danvers Community YMCA - $101,000
- Essex County Community Foundation - $550,000
- Essex County Habitat for Humanity - $100,000
- Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School - $250,000
- Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness - $100,000
- New England Homes for the Deaf Inc. - $440,000
- NFI MA - $200,000
- Northeast Arc - $450,000
- Northeast Behavioral Health - $100,000
- The Women's Fund of Essex County - $210,000
- Achieve (hosted at Noble and Greenough School) - $126,000
- Animal Rescue League of Boston - $100,000
- All Dorchester Sports and Leadership - $100,000
- Bird Street Community Center - $25,000
- Boston City Singers - $100,000
- Boston Collegiate Charter School Foundation - $101,000
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester, Inc. - $230,000
- Brookview House Inc. - $266,000
- Casa Myrna Vazquez, Inc. - $100,000
- City Mission Inc. - $155,000
- Codman Square Health Center - $100,000
- Codman Square Neighborhood Development Coalition (CSNDC) - $100,000
- College Bound Dorchester - $450,000
- College for Social Innovation - $101,000
- CommonWealth Kitchen - $2,357,000
- Dorchester Food Co-op - $100,000
- Dorchester Youth Collaborative - $50,000
- Epiphany School - $100,000
- EVkids, Inc. - $100,000
- Family Nurturing Center of Massachusetts Inc. - $532,500
- Found in Translation - $500,000 Girls' LEAP - $290,000
- Greater Grove Hall Main Streets - $121,000
- Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center - $100,000
- He is Me Institute, Inc. - $90,000
- Louis D. Brown Peace Institute - $100,000
- Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance - $160,000
- Mujeres Unidas Avanzando - $302,000
- Neighborhood House Charter School - $100,000
- Roxbury Preparatory Charter School - $225,000
- Sportsmen's Tennis & Enrichment Center - $2,100,000
- St. Mark Community Education Program - $100,000
- St. Mary's Center for Women and Children - $200,00
- The Boston Home Inc. - $601,000
- The Boston Project Ministries - $105,000
- The City School - $200,000
- University of Massachusetts Boston/Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy - $100,000
- Urban Food Initiative - $100,000
- Urban Guild Inc - $100,000
- Vietnamese American Initiative for Development, Inc. (VietAID) - $100,000
- Catie's Closet - $428,000
- The Megan House Foundation - $25,000
- Crossroads for Kids, Inc. - $100,000
- Massachusetts Sibling Support Network - $100,000
- East Boston Social Centers - $311,000
- Eastie Farm Inc - $105,000
- Friends of Excel Academy Charter Schools - $451,000
- Maverick Landing Community Services - $90,000
- Neighborhood of Affordable Housing Inc. - $300,000
- Piers Park Sailing Center - $559,000
- Project Bread - The Walk for Hunger, Inc. - $100,000
- Veronica Robles Cultural Center - $100,000
- ZUMIX - $100,000
- The Community Family Inc. - $335,000
- Advocates - $100,000
- Bethany Health Care Center - $202,000
- Bethany Hill Place - $472,000
- Brazilian American Center, BRACE - $100,000
- Daniel's Table - $100,000
- Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism - $100,000
- Framingham History Center - $90,000
- Framingham State University Foundation - $50,000
- Hoops and Homework, Inc. - $75,000
- Jeff's Place Children's Bereavement Center, Inc. - $154,000
- Jewish Family Service of Metrowest - $452,000
- Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Corp. - $150,000
- Metrowest Workers Center - $100,000
- Programs For People Inc. - $306,999
- RIA Inc. - $405,000
- The Metrowest ESL Fund - $354,000
- United Way of Tri-County - $100,000
- Akshaya Patra Foundation USA - $100,000
- Backyard Growers Inc. - $479,000
- Gloucester Marine Genomics Institute - $100,000
- Gloucester Public School District - $100,000
- Maritime Gloucester - $122,000
- North Shore Health Project - $225,000
- Pathways for Children Inc. - $402,000
- SeniorCare Inc. - $388,000
- The Open Door/Cape Ann Food Pantry Inc. - $703,000
- Wellspring House Inc. - $538,333
- Trinity College - $90,000
- Bethany Community Services Inc. - $175,000
- Boys & Girls Club of Greater Haverhill - $100,000
- Buttonwoods Museum - $100,000
- Common Ground Ministries, Inc. - $100,000
- Community Action Inc. - $222,000
- Emmaus Inc. - $100,000
- L'Arche Boston North - $100,000
- Northern Essex Community College Foundation Inc. - $110,000
- Ozzie's Kids - $100,000
- Ruth's House, Inc. - $101,000
- Sarah's Place Adult Day Health Center - $225,000
- Somebody Cares New England - $100,000
- The Arc of GHN - $101,000
- Michael Lisnow Respite Center - $100,000
- Ron Burton Training Village - $100,000
- Fresh Start Furniture Bank - $205,000
- Friends of Hudson Senior Center Inc - $100,000
- Shooting Touch, Inc. - $100,000
- Violence In Boston - $33,333
- Young Man with a Plan - $204,000
- Youth and Family Enrichment Services (YoFES) - $100,000
- House of Peace - $100,000
- Service Dog Project Inc. - $100,000
- Three Sisters Garden Project - $100,000
- Alliance for Inclusion and Prevention, Inc. - $100,000
- America SCORES New England Inc. - $330,500
- Apprentice Learning - $202,000
- Bethel Institute for Community Development - $219,000
- Boston Raising Powerful Musicians - $100,000
- Bottom Line, Inc. - $120,000
- Community Servings, Inc. - $570,330
- Ecumenical Social Action Committee (ESAC) - $100,000
- Emerald Necklace Conservancy - $200,000
- Everyday Boston - $60,000
- Family Service Association of Greater Boston - $100,000
- Friends of Boston's Homeless, Inc. - $331,000
- Hyde Square Task Force - $600,000
- Italian Home for Children - $531,000
- Latino STEM Alliance - $100,000
- Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - $225,000
- Matahari Women Workers' Center - $100,000
- Nativity Preparatory School of Boston - $200,000
- Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative (PAARI) - $100,000
- Rehearsal for Life Inc - $200,000
- Roxbury Stone House - $446,000
- Self Esteem Boston Educational Institute Inc. - $140,000
- Shattuck Partners Inc - $100,000
- Sitters For Scholars - $120,000
- Union of Minority Neighborhoods - $100,000
- Urbano Project - $100,000
- Victory Programs Inc. - $552,500
- Volunteers of America MA - $100,000
- X-Cel, Inc. - $478,000
- A Little Easier Recovery, Inc. - $50,000
- ACT Lawrence, Inc. - $100,000
- Beyond Soccer, Inc. - $548,330
- Blessed Stephen Bellesini OSA Academy Inc. - $400,000
- Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence - $200,000
- Bread & Roses Housing, Inc. - $100,000
- Bread & Roses, Inc. - $200,000
- Clarendon Early Education Services, Inc. - $225,000
- CLASS Inc./Citizens League for Adults Special Services - $120,000
- Communities Together Inc. - $104,000
- Community Day Care Center of Lawrence, Inc. - $400,000
- Cor Unum Meal Center - $203,000
- Esperanza Academy - $100,000
- Family Services of the Merrimack Valley - $400,000
- Greater Lawrence Community Boating Inc. - $151,000
- Groundwork Lawrence Inc. - $100,000
- International Institute of Greater Lawrence - $225,000
- Lawrence Catholic Academy - $225,000
- Lawrence CommunityWorks Inc. - $1,132,000
- Lawrence Family Development, Inc. - $425,000
- Lawrence General Hospital - $100,000
- Lazarus House - $480,000
- Mary Immaculate Health/Care Services - $225,000
- Merrimack Valley Dream Center - $100,000
- Merrimack Valley Hospice - $100,000
- Merrimack Valley Immigrant and Education Center - $450,000
- Merrimack Valley YMCA - $137,000
- Mill Cities Community Investments - $1,100,000
- Neighbors In Need Inc. - $491,500
- Northeast Legal Aid Inc. - $202,000
- Notre Dame Education Center-Lawrence - $350,000
- Si, Se Puede - $452,000
- The Dream Network/TSNE Missionworks - $45,000
- The Merrimack Valley Project, Inc. - $100,000
- The Psychological Center - $703,000
- Top Notch Scholars - $1,137,000
- Uncommon Threads - $100,000
- Waystone Health & Human Services - $536,330
- Youth Development Organization, Inc. - $703,000
- Community Therapeutic Day School - $100,000
- COMPASS for kids - $66,666
- Cotting School Inc. - $300,000
- Eliot Community Human Services Inc. - $300,000
- Lexington Symphony - $100,000
- Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children - $110,000
- Research Institute for Learning and Development - $200,000
- Waypoint Adventure Inc. - $473,000
- Wildflower Inc. - $459,500
- Carroll School - $100,000
- Lovelane Special Needs Horseback Riding Program - $233,000
- Massachusetts Audubon Society, Inc. - $100,000
- South Sudanese Enrichment for Families - $90,000
- The Food Project - $100,000
- Littleton Community Farm - $60,000
- Acre Family Child Care - $994,250
- Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell, Inc. - $357,000
- Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Greater Lowell, Inc. - $100,000
- Coalition for a Better Acre - $100,000
- Community Teamwork Inc. - $201,000
- Dwelling House of Hope - $100,000
- Elevate New England - $100,000
- Entrepreneurship For All, Inc. - $435,830
- Epilepsy Foundation New England - $100,000
- Girls Incorporated of Greater Lowell - $602,000
- Greater Lowell Community Foundation - $100,000
- House of Hope Inc. - $404,000
- Kids in Tech Inc. - $105,000
- Living Waters Ministry of Hope - $100,000
- Lowell Alliance - $90,000
- Lowell Association for the Blind - $75,000
- Lowell Catholic - $100,000
- Lowell Community Charter Public School - $105,000
- Lowell Community Health Center - $100,000
- Lowell House Inc. - $100,000
- Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust Inc. - $300,000
- Lowell Transitional Living Center - $100,000
- Merrimack Valley Food Bank - $1,622,500
- Merrimack Valley Housing Partnership - $350,000
- Middlesex Canal Commission - $100,000
- Middlesex Community College Foundation - $200,000
- Mill City Grows - $627,000
- Project LEARN, Inc. - $423,333
- The Center for Hope and Healing, Inc. - $100,000
- The Wish Project - $502,500
- Thom Anne Sullivan Center - $302,000
- Thrive Communities of Massachusetts - $424,300
- UTEC Inc. - $605,250
- Women In Transition, Inc d.b.a. Alternative House - $200,000
- Beyond Walls, Inc. - $100,000
- Boys & Girls Club of Lynn - $600,000
- Building Bridges Through Music Inc. - $75,000
- Catholic Charities North - $100,000
- Centerboard Inc. - $535,000
- Children's Law Center of Massachusetts, Inc. - $710,000
- Essex County Community Organization - $201,000
- Girls Incorporated of Lynn - $965,000
- Greater Lynn Senior Services, Inc. - $100,000
- KIPP Massachusetts - $332,500
- La Vida Inc. - $327,000 LEO Inc. - $225,000
- LifeScene Family & Children's Service - $200,000
- Lynn Community Health, Inc. - $100,000
- Lynn Shelter Association - $491,000
- LYSOA Inc. (Lynn Youth Street Outreach Advocacy) - $75,000
- Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless - $200,000
- My Brother's Table - $100,000
- New American Association of Massachusetts - $100,000
- Pathways Adult Education & Training Inc. - $200,000
- Raw Art Works - $505,333
- The Haven Project, Inc. - $623,000
- Bridgewell, Inc. - $50,000
- Bread of Life, Inc. - $504,000
- Cambridge Health Alliance Foundation - $705,000
- Candorful - $100,000
- Chinese Culture Connection - $105,000
- Emerge, Inc. - $100,000
- Housing Families, Inc. - $450,000
- Malden Catholic High School - $225,000
- Malden Overcoming Addiction Inc. - $100,000
- Malden YMCA - $100,000
- Mystic Valley Elder Services Inc. - $210,000
- The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. - $1,130,250
- Triangle Inc. - $200,000
- Casa Mariposa, Inc. - $90,000
- Marblehead Counseling Center - $120,000
- Addictions Referral Center - $100,000
- Better Day Adult Social Day Program, Inc. - $100,000
- Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest - $501,000
- Cancer Resource Foundation, Inc., (Cancer1Source) - $100,000
- Employment Options, Inc. - $550,000
- Friends of the Marlborough Seniors - $301,000
- Marie Esther Health Center - $325,000
- Metro Community Development Corporation - $100,000
- MetroWest Free Medical Program - $418,000
- Special Olympics Massachusetts - $200,000
- The Advanced Math & Science Academy - $105,000
- Thrive Support & Advocacy, Inc. - $352,000
- UMass Memorial Health - Marlborough Hospital - $350,000
- Boston Food Forest Coalition - $90,000
- Greater Boston Nazarene Compassionate Center - $150,000
- Immigrant Family Services Institute - $346,000
- Mattapan/ Greater Boston Technology Learning Center, Inc. - $100,000
- The Urban Farming Institute of Boston, Inc. - $1,136,000
- Neighbor Brigade - $100,000
- Open Table Inc. - $201,000
- Boston Education, Skills & Training (BEST) Corp. - $727,500
- City of Medford - $200,000
- Friends of Chevalier Auditorium and Gene Mack Gymnasium Inc. - $353,000
- Friends of the Medford Family Network - $100,000
- Medford Council on Aging - $50,000
- Medford Police Department - $105,000
- Medford Public Library Foundation - $100,000
- Medford Public Schools - CCSR - $450,000
- Medford-Brooks Estate Land Trust, Inc. - $100,000
- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Tufts University - $100,000
- Resources for Human Development, Inc. - Outside the Lines Studio - $80,000
- Royall House Association - $509,000
- Trustees of Tufts College - $88,952,716
- Tufts Hillel - $1,000,000
- West Medford Community Center - $103,000
- Boston Cardiac Foundation - $100,000
- Friends of the Middlesex Fells Reservation Inc. - $100,000
- Melrose Alliance Against Violence - $100,000
- MelroseWakefield Healthcare - $300,000
- Shared Living Collaborative - $100,000
- Greater Lawrence Family Health Center - $621,000
- Harvey Girls Inc - $200,000
- Henry C. Nevins Home Inc. - $100,000
- Methuen Arlington Neighborhood, Inc. - $100,000
- The Children's Center of Methuen - $100,000
- You're With Us Inc - $100,000
- Family Promise Metrowest - $272,000
- International Museum of World War II - $100,000
- MetroWest Mediation Services - $455,000
- Natick Service Council, Inc. - $100,000
- RCS Learning Center - $350,000
- George H and Irene L Walker Home for Children Inc. - $100,000
- Anna Jaques Community Health Foundation - $100,00
- Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center - $538,330
- Nourishing the North Shore - $130,000
- Opportunity Works Inc. - $102,500
- Runway for Recovery - $100,000
- YWCA Greater Newburyport - $100,000
- African Bridge Network - $90,000
- Birthday Wishes Inc. - $100,000
- Boston Jewish Film Festival Inc. - $100,000
- Carroll Center for the Blind - $600,000
- Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries - $175,000
- Cradles to Crayons - $120,000
- Family ACCESS of Newton - $100,000
- FitMoney - $90,000
- Good Shepherd Community Care - $225,000
- Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Boston - $100,000
- Lasell University - $10,000
- Lovin' Spoonfuls Inc. - $700,000
- Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange, Inc. - $600,000
- One Can Help Inc. - $252,000
- Partakers, Inc. - $100,000
- Pathway to Possible - $90,000
- The Barry L. Price Rehabilitation Center, Inc. - $100,000
- The Second Step Inc. - $323,000
- The Wily Network - $100,000
- University of Massachusetts Amherst - $100,000
- University of Massachusetts Boston - $200,000
- University of Massachusetts Lowell - $100,000
- William James College - $100,000
- Angel Flight of New England Inc. - $100,000
- Brooks School - $200,000
- Community InRoads Inc. - $100,000
- Merrimack College - $700,000
- Windrush Farm Therapeutic Equitation Inc. - $205,500
- Rise Again: The Sabrina Best Foundation - $100,000
- Life Saver Ministries Inc. - $100,000
- Trustees of Tufts University - $200,000
- Agassiz Baldwin Community - $100,000
- Sisters of Saint Ann Anna Maria College - $10,000
- Citizens Inn Inc. - $105,000
- Haven from Hunger - $50,000
- North Shore Community Action Programs, Inc. - $350,000
- Beauhawks Inc. - $100,000
- NEADS/Dogs for Deaf and Disabled Americans - $100,000
- Maria Droste Counseling Services - $200,000
- Team IMPACT - $100,000
- Tommy's Place Foundation Inc - $20,000
- The May Institute Inc. - $305,000
- Mission of Deeds Inc. - $504,000
- Understanding Disabilities Inc. - $100,000
- Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc. - $142,000
- CCB Foundation - $100,000
- Beacon Academy - $100,000
- Brooke Charter Schools - $450,000
- Hebrew Seniorlife Inc. - $100,000
- 826 Boston, Inc. - $602,000
- About Fresh - $653,000
- BMA TenPoint - $150,000
- Boston Day and Evening Academy Foundation - $200,000
- Boston Missionary Baptist Community Center - $100,000
- Boston Neighborhood Community Land Trust - $102,000
- Boston's Higher Ground - $205,000
- BPE, Inc. - $225,000
- Bridge Boston Foundation - $100,000
- Casa Esperanza, Inc. - $100,000
- Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI) - $100,000
- First Teacher - $355,000
- Freedom House Inc. - $1,052,000
- Future Chefs - $500,000
- Hawthorne Youth and Community Center - $100,000
- Hearth, Inc. - $100,000
- Horizons for Homeless Children Inc. - $201,000
- La Alianza Hispana - $208,000
- MissionSAFE: A New Beginning - $679,000
- Mothers for Justice and Equality, Inc. - $372,000
- New Beginnings Re-Entry Services - $100,000
- Nurtury - $956,000
- Project Hope - $600,000
- Project RIGHT Inc. - $531,000
- Roxbury Presbyterian Church Social Impact Center - $379,000
- Roxbury Youthworks Inc. - $455,000
- Smart from the Start - $102,000
- Sociedad Latina - $100,000
- Sojourner House - $100,000
- Somali Development Center - $100,000
- SquashBusters, Inc. - $500,000
- The BASE - $124,000
- The Dimock Center - $325,000
- The Kerry Jon Walker Fund Helping Humanity - $105,000
- The Trust Project, Inc. - $10,000
- Timothy Smith Network - $100,000
- Union Capital Boston - $100,000
- We Are Better Together - Warren Daniel Hairston Project - $180,000
- WEATOC, Inc. (AKA We’re Educators - A Touch Of Class) - $100,000
- WriteBoston Inc - $623,000
- YouthBuild Boston - $100,000
- Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem - $100,000
- Brookhouse Home - $356,000
- Camp Fire North Shore - $100,000
- Children's Friend and Family Services, Inc. - $100,000
- Essex National Heritage Commission Inc. - $100,000
- For Kids Only Afterschool Incorporated - $372,000
- Healing Abuse Working for Change - $350,000
- LEAP for Education Inc. - $430,000
- North Shore Alliance of Gay and Lesbian Youth (nAGLY) - $110,000
- North Shore Community Development Coalition - $100,000
- Open Door Immigration Services Inc - $60,000
- Plummer Youth Promise - $1,468,330
- Root NS, Inc.- Salem - $556,000
- Salem Academy Charter School Foundation - $325,000
- Salem State University Foundation Inc. - $11,100,000
- The House of the Seven Gables - $100,000
- The Salem Mission - $327,500
- The Salem Pantry - $100,000
- Boys & Girls Club of Lower Merrimack Valley - $446,000
- Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society - $100,000
- 3LPlace - $100,000
- Boston Landmarks Orchestra - $100,000
- CASPAR - $421,000
- Community Cooks - $375,000
- FORGE - $150,000
- Groundwork Somerville - $100,000
- Little Sisters of the Poor of Greater Boston Inc. - $200,000
- MassHire Metro North Workforce Board - $225,000
- Mystic Learning Center, Inc. - $100,000
- RESPOND Inc. - $627,000
- SCM Community Transportation - $107,000
- Second Chances, Inc. - $100,000
- Somerville Community Corporation - $100,000
- Somerville Homeless Coalition - $105,000
- Somerville Public Schools - $207,500
- The Elizabeth Peabody House - $133,500
- The Welcome Project - $100,000
- Artists For Humanity Inc. - $482,000
- Catholic Charities Boston - $1,490,000
- Julie's Family Learning Program - $384,000
- Paraclete Inc - $125,000
- South Boston Neighborhood House, Inc. - $105,000
- Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center, Inc. - $175,000
- Pingree School - $200,000
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Stoneham & Wakefield - $535,000
- Greater Boston Stage Company - $100,000
- SEEM Collaborative - $301,250
- Solutions for Living Inc. - $200,000
- Stoneham Business & Community Educational Foundation - $30,000
- Town of Stoneham - Providing Stoneham Children with Resources - $100,000
- Bridges Together - $83,000
- Camp Casco - $100,000
- Friends of The Sudbury Senior Citizens Inc. - $100,000
- PlaySudbury - $101,000
- SMILE Mass Inc. - $102,000
- Sudbury Valley Trustees - $100,000
- The Corwin-Russell School @ Broccoli Hall - $499,999
- North Shore Rovers - $206,000
- Strongwater Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center - $101,000
- Masconomet Education Foundation - $100,000
- Tri-Town Council - $100,000
- ACE Mentor Program of Greater Boston - $227,000
- Communitas formerly EMARC - $100,000
- Massachusetts Partnerships for Youth Inc. - $102,000
- Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational Technical High School - $407,000
- Wakefield Alliance Against Violence - $30,000
- Wakefield Educational Foundation - $205,000
- Wakefield Food Pantry - $100,000
- African Cultural Services Inc. - $105,000
- Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter, Inc. - $100,000
- Armenian Heritage Tribute and Genocide Memorial Foundation Inc. - $100,000
- Association of Fundraising Professionals Massachusetts Chapter - $100,000
- Brandeis University - $100,000
- Chesterbrook Community Foundation - $100,000
- Community Farms Outreach - $100,000
- Healthy Waltham - $100,000
- Indian Circle for Caring USA, Inc. - $100,000
- Mass Farmer Markets - $90,000
- More Than Words - $701,000
- Neighbors Who Care Inc. - $202,000
- Opportunities for Inclusion (formerly GWArc) - $75,000
- REACH Beyond Domestic Violence - $383,500
- Reagle Music Theatre - $10,000
- Resolve New England - $102,000
- Waltham Boys & Girls Club - $100,000
- Waltham Partnership for Youth - $100,000
- Armenian Museum of America (formally Armenian Library and Museum of America Inc.) - $200,000
- Asperger/Autism Network, Inc. - $534,329
- Families First - $453,000
- Parents Helping Parents-The Roundtable of Support, Inc. - $600,000
- Primary Source, Inc. - $550,000
- Watertown Boys & Girls Club - $102,000
- Dignity Matters Inc. - $100,000
- John Andrew Mazie Memorial Foundation - $123,000
- Parmenter Foundation - $100,000
- The Giving Camp Inc. - $501,000
- Freshman Fresh Start - $100,000
- Cure Alzheimer's Fund - $100,000
- Massachusetts Bay Community College Foundation - $100,000
- Boston BullPen Project, Inc. - $90,000
- Friends of the Cameron Senior Center - $100,000
- Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell - $449,300
- Pets & People Foundation - $100,000
- Roudenbush Community Center, Inc. - $100,000
- Westford Friends of East Boston Camps - $100,000
- Regis College - $550,000
- Roxbury Weston Programs Inc. - $211,000
- The Massachusetts Alliance for Early College - $225,000
- BeyondTOPS - $100,000
- Hope and Friendship Metastatic Breast Cancer Foundation Inc. - $100,000
- Wilmington High School - $100,000
- Wilmington Memorial Library - $100,000
- Wilmington Police Department - $500,000
- Autism Housing Pathways, Inc. - $100,000
- Clay Soper Memorial Fund Inc. - $151,250
- En Ka Society Inc. - $458,000
- I'm Still Here Foundation - $200,000
- McCall Middle School - Horn Pond Brook Road - $25,100
- Network for Social Justice - $1,100,000
- Patrick Gill Trauma Institute, Inc - $105,000
- St. Mary's Church - $100,000
- The Griffin Museum of Photography Inc. - $160,000
- Winchester Board of Health/Coalition for a Safer Community - $367,000
- Winchester Committee for A Better Chance Inc. - $488,250
- Winchester Community Music School - $100,000
- Winchester Council on Aging - $200,000
- Winchester Field Development Council - $100,000
- Winchester Hospital Foundation - $800,000
- Winchester Public Schools - $100,000
- Winchester Scholarship Foundation - $1,000
- Winchester Seniors Association Inc. - $951,000
- Winchester Sports Foundation - $1,000
- Wright-Locke Farm Conservancy, Inc. - $300,000
- Amirah, Inc. - $100,000
- Armenian Assembly of America - $10,000
- City of Woburn Fire Department - $200,000
- City of Woburn Police Department - $300,000
- Council of Social Concern - $554,000
- English at Large - $322,000
- Friends of Woburn Veterans - $100,000
- Grameen Research Inc. - $270,000
- Hearing Rehabilitation Foundation, Inc - $100,000
- HILL For Literacy - $100,000
- James L McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn Inc. - $3,600,000
- Magic Soul House, Inc - $30,000
- Mission Ready - $105,000
- National Alliance for Mental Illness of Massachusetts - $300,000
- NuPath, Inc. - $110,000
- ONL Association for Nursing Leadership Science and Education INC - $70,000
- Rotary Club of Woburn - $100,000
- SMD-HELP Foundation, Inc. - $100,000
- Social Capital Inc. - $550,000
- Spirit of Adventure Council Boy Scouts of America - $350,000
- St. Charles School - $200,000
- St. Vincent DePaul Society of Woburn - $324,400
- Supportive Living - $700,000
- Tanner Ta Ta Foundation Inc. - $100,000
- Teaching and Learning Alliance Inc. - $100,000
- The Dwelling Place Inc. - $100,000
- Thom Mystic Valley Early Intervention - $100,000
- VNA Hospice Care Inc. - $100,000
- Wellness Campaign, Inc. - $100,000
- Woburn Community Educational Foundation Inc. - $306,000
- Woburn Historical Society, Inc. - $508,000
- Woburn Host Lions Charities Inc. - $100,000
- Woburn Public Schools - $100,000
- Youth Villages - $805,000
- African Community Education Program - $150,000
- Youth Opportunities Upheld Inc. - $2,500
Cummings Foundation Major Grants
These awards, made on an occasional basis, primarily support greater Boston and Rwandan nonprofits, and frequently build on funding previously provided through other Cummings Foundation grant programs. Proposals for major grants are accepted by invitation only.
Those designated as NExT Grants (Nonprofits Experiencing Transformation) were awarded to current grantees on the cusp of transformational growth. Each recipient was deemed to have an aspirational leader with bold visions and proven capabilities, a well-conceived plan for growth in the near term, and solid finances.
Major Grant Recipients
A $500,000 NExT Grant in 2022 toward the purchase of a building to accommodate the continued and dramatic expansion of its career-building programming.
A $500,000 grant in 2018 to help this Rwandan school encourage a genuine love for science among its students and bring them the latest in science and technology education.
A $12.5 million grant in 2021 to support the affordable urban nonprofit college’s continued operation of diverse hands-on educational programs designed to prepare students for a successful entry to the workforce.
A $2.5 million grant in 2014 to fund a major renovation to the lobby of this world-class educational institution.
A multi-year $1 million grant in 2014 acknowledging a decades-long ongoing relationship with this fine Woburn organization providing end-of-life care at home.
A multi-year $1 million grant in 2015 to double its English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) programming for adult immigrants in Salem and Lynn who speak little or no English.
A gift of land valued at $1.3 million in 1998 for the James L. McKeown School.
A subsequent $2 million land gift to the city allowed it to erect a new public safety headquarters. Completed in 2021, the more than 30,000-square-foot building provides a central location for Beverly Police Department, which had been housed in multiple locations throughout the city. The upgraded facility features advanced technology, including energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling and a firearm simulator for use-of-force and de-escalation trainings.
A $150,000 in-kind donation in 2003 of a brick comfort station at Horn Pond, a 700-acre recreation area where the public can enjoy nature walks, photography, biking, and fishing.
Funding totaling $2 million in 2022—through a multi-year $1 million grant as well as a $1 million challenge grant matching new contributions received through August 2022—to support the organization’s mission to promote a more just and equitable food economy by helping mainly BIPOC and women entrepreneurs launch food-based businesses.
A 2017 grant of $1 million to be paid over 10 years in support of its efforts to serve and advocate for people with developmental disabilities.
A multi-year $1 million grant in 2014 to fund speakers, student travel, and other programs at Tufts University related to genocide and the Holocaust.
A $20 million commitment in 2022 to Roger Williams University to support Cummings Institute for Real Estate, an interdisciplinary, experiential course of study centered within Cummings School of Architecture.
A $20 million commitment in 2021 to Endicott College to expand and enhance its nursing, health sciences, and sport sciences offerings, which are vital to global health. The commitment will support the construction of a new modern building with both traditional classrooms and interactive labs.
A $50 million commitment in 2005 to support Tufts University's efforts to provide an exceptional education, first-rate clinical services, and innovative research that benefits both animal and human health. Total commitments under this grant have been increased to about $80 million.
A $500,000 NExT Grant in 2022 to support Vision 2025, an initiative to amplify the reach and impact of the PUSH (Preparing Urban Students for Success in Higher Education) program.
A $200,000 gift in 2021 to aid its Afghan Evacuee Support Initiative, a post-war humanitarian effort delivering intensive case management services to hundreds of our Afghani allies being resettled in Massachusetts.
A $3 million grant in 2014 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary and rebuilding of the Club. The Club was renamed in honor of Cummings Properties’ late president, James L. McKeown, who in 1991 was the first former youth member of the Boys and Girls Club to be elected its president.
A multi-year $1 million grant in 2018 to increase the integration of behavioral health professionals into Lahey Health primary care practices and Lahey Health Behavioral Services’ Student Assistance Program, which provides school-based support and services.
A $500,000 NExT Grant in 2022 to the DyeWorks Project, to redevelop a historic mill district building into a full-service neighborhood center that addresses multiple longstanding community needs.
A $10 million contribution in 2022 to Salem State University to fund expanded programming for future educators, including support for workforce diversification, teacher retention, and equity-focused training initiatives.
A $1 million NExT Grant in 2022 toward a new building project to increase and sustain its capacity to meet landmark demand in the Commonwealth for access to fresh, nutritious food.
A $15 million grant helped fund the planning and creation of University of Global Health Equity, a major new international school of health sciences located in Rwanda. An additional $10 million challenge grant in 2019 resulted in a total of $21 million in new funds for the University.
A combined $50 million in 2022 to Harvard Medical School and University of Global Health Equity (via Partners In Health) formalized an inter-institutional alliance first established by late global health expert and advocate Dr. Paul Farmer.
A concurrent $2 million gift funded the construction of new housing for visiting faculty on University of Global Health Equity’s rural campus in Rwanda.
A $500,000 grant to support the Boston's Way Home Fund, advancing the city of Boston's far-reaching plan to end chronic and veteran homelessness through the creation of 200 new units of permanent supportive housing.
A $1 million NExT Grant in 2022 toward a project to create an energy-efficient residential facility with the capacity to accommodate youths in single-occupancy rooms with a shared dining space.
A $500,000 grant in 2018 to support Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology in its mission to help young women to advance in STEM-related fields.
A 2014 grant of $1 million to support the programs offered through the University's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies.
A $1 million NExT Grant in 2022 toward an ongoing capital campaign to expand its facilities and programming for underserved youths and families.
A $1.2 million grant of land in 1995 for the construction of its first group home for those affected by traumatic brain injuries. A subsequent $1 million grant provides 10 years of supplemental annual support.
A gift of $1.5 million in 1999 to endow the Cummings Family Chair in Entrepreneurship and Business Economics, and to ensure that subjects such as Entrepreneurship and Business Law will be offered at Tufts in perpetuity.
An additional major commitment in 2015 to fund the design and construction of Joyce Cummings Center, a cutting-edge 100,000-square-foot multidisciplinary center housing several STEM-related academic programs and abutting a newly constructed MBTA station on College Avenue.
A $200,000 grant in 2021 to help launch the Vaccine Corps program, which uses college student volunteers to expedite the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.
A gift of $120,000 supported five Cummings Foundation Fellowships at the Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies. The Cummings Fellowship program enabled promising scholars from the United States and abroad to collaborate, share ideas, and conduct significant and ground-breaking research to help advance the field of Holocaust studies.
A $500,000 NExT Grant in 2022 toward the purchase of an historic Boston farm to allow for expanded programming and greater capacity to meet a significant local need for urban agriculture.
A $2 million grant in 2019 toward construction of the Kigutu Hospital and Women's Health Pavilion, which will improv the quality of life of hundreds of thousands of patients.
A $500,000 grant in 2014 to be paid over three years, mostly in connection with the Hospital's new Center for Cancer Care.
A 2015 matching grant of up to $400,000 to rebuild Winchester's Jenks Center, the only privately built and operated nonprofit senior center in Massachusetts. The newly renovated Jenks Center will better meet the needs of seniors and have an expanded role as a community center for all.
A grant of $1 million in 2014 to expand its programming, which promotes the understanding and appreciation of diversity in Winchester and directly abutting Communities.
A $500,000 gift in 1997 was the “lead” donation to jumpstart a $3.5 million fundraising campaign to purchase and restore the three-acre property at 407 Highland Avenue, formerly the estate home of actor/comedian Frank Fontaine.
A $1 million grant in 2004 to fund the creation of the YMCA's Douglas Stephens Teen Center in Beverly, named in memory of a late trustee of Cummings Foundation and longtime executive vice president of Cummings Properties.
Beyond Greater Boston
- Akshaya Patra Foundation USA - $220,000
- Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle - $100,000
- Clark University Holocaust Studies - $100,000
- Fordham University - $202,500
- Kigali Genocide Memorial - $200,000
- Rwanda Girls Initiative - $500,000
- San Francisco Lesbian-Gay Freedom Band Inc - $100,000
- Save the Children Federation - $100,000
- Seven Hills Foundation - $200,000
- The Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village, Inc. - $950,000
- The Family Restored - $100,000
- The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International - $100,000
- United to End Genocide - $80,000
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - $245,000
- UCSF Alliance Health Project - $100,000
- Village Health Works - $2,000,000
- Yahad-In Unum - $200,000
- Youth Opportunities Upheld Inc. - $100,000