Our Nonprofit Projects

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Real Food Challenge The Real Food Challenge leverages the power of youth and universities to create a healthy, fair and green food system.
Rhode Island Food Policy Council The Rhode Island Food Policy Council's work is coordinated by a statewide collaboration of diverse, committed and engaged stakeholders from all sectors of the food system.
Rhode Island Land Trust Council The Rhode Island Land Trust Council is a coalition of land trusts with a mission of protecting land to preserve open spaces, natural areas, scenic character, farm lands, forests, historic sites, watersheds and drinking water areas that uniquely define our communities and our state.
RIZE Massachusetts RIZE Massachusetts is a state-wide, private sector initiative created to build a $50 million fund, focused on bringing real and lasting change to those struggling with substance use disorders in the Commonwealth. Grants supported by this fund will address the opioid epidemic through a full continuum of programs from prevention to long-term sustainable recovery, and focus on the specific areas where more resources are immediately necessary. Visit their website.
Safe Havens Interfaith Partnership Against Domestic Violence Safe Havens was founded in 1991 in response to all victims of abuse who reach out to their faith leaders for help. Their goal is to engage faith community leaders in prevention, earlier intervention, accountability and social change through outreach, education and resources.
The Carrot Project The Carrot Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating financing solutions for small- and midsized farms, limited-resource farms, and those using ecologically sound practices.
The FIND Program The Filming Interactions to Nurture Development (FIND) Program is a brief, flexible, and low-cost video-coaching program for parents, early childhood educators and other caregivers to promote developmentally supportive interactions with infants and young children.
The Network for Public Health Law The purpose of the Network for Public Health Law is to increase the use and the effectiveness of public health laws in protecting, promoting and improving public health. The Network connects public health practitioners; local, tribal, state and federal officials; lawyers; policy-makers, public health advocates; and others.
The Teacher Collaborative The Teacher Collaborative is a community built by teachers for teachers that fosters collaboration, empowers innovation, and creates meaningful professional development opportunities for all teachers in Massachusetts. Visit their website
Tools of the Mind Tools of the Mind is a research-based early childhood program that builds strong foundations for school success in preschool and kindergarten children by promoting their intentional and self-regulated learning.
Trust for Learning This collaborative fund was launched to share expertise, resources, and influence to increase the availability of early developmental education to children in the United States and advance a systemic reframing of the role and practice of education in this country.
Tutors For All Tutors for All bridges the achievement gap one student at a time. Through the creation of partnerships between colleges, public schools, and community agencies, they offer underserved urban adolescents the systematic one-on-one instruction they need in order to thrive.
Union & Fifth Union & Fifth is a fundraising platform selling donated, gently worn designer clothes. We donate all profits to fund nonprofits from around the country who are making the biggest impact in their fields.
Wildflower Foundation Wildflower is an open-source approach to Montessori learning developed at the MIT Media Lab. Its aim is to be an experiment in a new learning environment, blurring the boundaries between home-schooling and institutional schooling, between scientists and teachers, between schools and the neighborhoods around them. Visit their website.
Worker’s Justice Project Worker’s Justice Project was founded in 2010 to address the racial and economic injustice that low-wage immigrant workers face by building collective power to win institutional change that advances economic, racial, and workplace justice. Our mission is to empower low-wage immigrant workers to gain a voice in the workplace and build strong and economically sustainable communities through education, organizing, leadership development, and the growth of grassroots economic alternatives