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Welcome to the Giving Common, a detailed, online resource that connects you to in-depth information about nonprofit organizations working to enhance communities across Massachusetts. We believe that data is a critical part of driving social change and hope you will return to our site often to inform your philanthropy. Community Improvement, Capacity Building.

Employment and Job Related. Science, Environment and Animals. Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy. Public Safety and Violence Reduction. Everyone deserves safety, dignity and hope — to have shelter from the weather, heal when they are sick, and share meals in a place where they can grow and flourish as part of a community. For 35 years, Citizens Inn, Inc. Our mission calls us to support everyone with dignity and respect, as they live in our emergency shelter, Citizens Inn Between; our sober living transitional housing shelter, Citizens Inn Transition; our affordable housing units, Citizens Inn Homes; or join us for meals as part of our Citizens Inn Haven from Hunger program.

Through our work, we not only provide a safe place to stay and a meal on the table, but offer tools to empower families and individuals to find permanent solutions to break the patterns of instability in their lives. Emergency shelter, Homelessness, Affordable housing, Sober-living, emergency assistance, advocacy, recovery, addiction, food pantry. Our organization aims to inspire and unite young adults of color by spearheading a movement, amongst millennials, that promotes a domino effect of philanthropic and charitable acts within their own communities.

We envision a world in which people with Down syndrome are valued, included and given the opportunity to lead independent and fulfilling lives. We seek to support adults with autism and other developmental challenges to lead meaningful lives in the community. We seek to support adults over the lifespan, beginning with transition from high school to middle age and beyond. We seek to share what we develop and discover with the broader community for replication. City of Boston- Citywide Indiv.

The mission of Abby's House is to provide shelter and affordable housing, as well as advocacy and support services, to homeless, battered, and low-income women, with or without children. Above the Clouds brings joy and hope through the wonder of small aircraft flight to children and teens who are seriously ill, disabled, underserved, or facing other serious adversity.

The non-profit, c 3 tax-exempt organization accomplishes its mission through its three programs: Our mission is to empower urban students of all racial and ethnic backgrounds to achieve their full intellectual and social potential by combining the best of the East--high standards, discipline and character education--with the best of the West--a commitment to individualism, creativity and diversity.

AccesSportAmerica inspires higher function and fitness for children and adults living with disabilities through high-challenge sports and training.

Our year-round adaptive sports and training programs are designed to promote each person's highest physical and athletic potential while improving health, cultivating cognitive, social and emotional well-being and building a community that lasts a lifetime. Accion East empowers small business owners through access to capital and financial education. With economic opportunity, these entrepreneurs--often minorities and women--can build assets, better provide for their families, create employment and strengthen their communities.

The mission of Acre Family Child Care is to provide a pathway for women to achieve economic independence by operating high quality child care businesses in their homes. Our mission is to work to achieve social and economic justice by empowering low to moderate-income populations in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and through shared values of inclusiveness and collaboration, to reclaim a voice for Lawrence and advocate self-determination for its residents through community development initiatives such as affordable housing, financial coaching, and youth leadership programs.

ABCD is to empower low-income people by providing them with the tools to overcome poverty, live with dignity, and achieve their full potential. The mission of Action Inc. The Actors Shakespeare Project presents Shakespeare as a playwright urgently relevant to our own times, whose plays are essential to the cultural life of any great city.

We bring these plays to the audiences of greater Boston through intimate, site-specific, fully professional productions and educational programs that celebrate the relationship between actor, audience and text. Shakespeare, text, ensemble, community, incarcerated, youth, at-risk, education, civic, project, voice, stage.

The mission of Adaptive Sports New England is to increase participation in sports among youth and young adults who have visual or mobility impairments. Adolescent Consultation Services ACS supports and empowers court-involved children and families by providing mental health prevention and intervention services to help them envision and work toward a better future. Then, together, we do what it takes to help people thrive. We envision communities in which every person has a full life, decent and affordable housing, meaningful work, satisfying relationships, and good health.

There will be social, economic, and health justice, a place for all of us to thrive and opportunities for everyone to make a contribution. Our community programs empower individuals to overcome cultural and language barriers and promote understanding and tolerance within the Greater Boston community. Our organization offers effective immersion language classes in Spanish, Italian and Mandarin for both professionals and those who wish to learn a new language for leisure, in addition to offering free English for Speakers of Other Languages ESOL classes to low-income immigrants and refugees in the Greater Boston Area.

To promote cultural awareness of the beauty and diversity through story, dance, music and celebrate the artistic heritage of Africa. We serve low income immigrant families with mentoring programs that help them adjust to American life, job creation and serve the schools in the west suburban communities in Massachusetts. African Television Network of New England ATNNE is an independent c 3 organization first established in to provide linguistically appropriate and culturally sensitive Television Program for the Greater Boston African community especially to those facing language or cultural gaps.

At the African Television Network of New England we believe that a community thrives when its disparate groups are supported in maintaining vibrant cultural identities as they are provided with the information and skills that will allow them to join their larger community as respected and productive members.

Since its inception in , the show has expanded from one local access television station to four, and has served as a forum for social change and political involvement within the African community. Each hour-long program addresses a cultural, political and practical issue relevant to those linked by birth, family, or affinity to the continent of Africa.

Among the expansive scope of themes and problems addressed include immigration, radicalization, mental health, suicide, housing, English language acquisition, and advice on starting a small business.

Programs for youth, with representatives from the Ethiopian, Eritrean and Somali and West African community are an important and growing part of our schedules, as are a variety of cultural programs featuring African music and dance.

Guests have included the US Ambassador to Ethiopia, Boston City council President Michelle Wu, as well as area doctors, professors, attorneys, church leaders, and other professionals. Perhaps a television show might be perceived as a luxury with no real community impact. This medium can be a powerful force for change which is one reason why oppressors who wish to strangle dissent attack independent media first. It is very empowering for people in the greater Boston African community to be able to access programs in their native language, to hear from community role models, to witness their culture showcased: Our programs are an investment in the future, to inspire and enable all children, especially those who need our support the most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible leaders.

We offer children the opportunity, in a village environment, to develop and practice leadership and life skills that will enhance their ability to be successful and happy in all areas of their live. The mission of the camp goes beyond giving these children the opportunity to visit a different world, to meet a diverse group of new friends, and to try out new activities; it also encourages every camper to develop life and leadership skills that they can apply to their daily lives.

To achieve this mission AAC provides services to the individual and addresses the root causes of the epidemic. To help homeless Massachusetts dogs find new homes regardless of age, health or breed. All Hands Volunteers is a US-based, c 3 non-profit organization, that addresses the immediate and long-term needs of communities impacted by natural disasters by engaging and leveraging volunteers, partner organizations and local communities.

We aim to demonstrate the power and value of volunteerism through the tangible work done, the hope it brings to suffering communities, and the transformative experiences it provides for volunteers. All Hands Volunteers, Inc. Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation builds a stronger, more stable community by representing and supporting the expressed interests, positive engagement and leadership of Allston Brighton's local communities, institutions, individuals and families of all incomes.

Allston Brighton CDC's role will change as individual and collective voices respond to the myriad of economic, social, civic and environmental forces impacting Allston Brighton. Our work may include providing and protecting affordable housing, developing community leaders, building family economic self-sufficiency, and fostering community cohesion.

The Alray Scholars Program is a grassroots nonprofit that fulfills a critical but otherwise unmet need in the Boston area. Combining scholarships with one-on-one mentoring, we help graduates of Boston Public Schools who started but stopped college return to school to earn their degree. While there are many good programs that help launch Boston students into college, and some that work to keep them enrolled, the Alray Scholars Program is alone in focusing on the reality faced by the many students who have left college before earning their degree.

The unfortunate truth is that, because of debt issues, low-income students who start college but fail to graduate are usually worse off than those who never started at all. The Alray Scholars Program is delivering results by helping promising students change the trajectory of their life. Our scholars are earning their post-secondary diplomas and gaining the added earning power that comes with that achievement. The mission of Alternative House is to facilitate the creation of a society in which violence against women will no longer exist.

As a means to this end, we offer shelter, support, options, counseling and legal advocacy for all women who have experienced domestic violence and their children who seek our help. We are committed to the empowerment of women towards self-sufficiency. We do not discriminate against any race, class, culture, age group or sexual orientation. In addition, we provide community education to reform the societal attitudes that encourage a permissive attitude towards violence against women.

ACE builds the power of communities of color and low income communities in Massachusetts to eradicate environmental racism and classism, create healthy, sustainable communities, and achieve environmental justice.

The mission of the American Antiquarian Society is to collect, organize, preserve, and make available for use the printed and manuscript materials that record all aspects of the history of what are now the United States, Canada, and the former English colonies of the West Indies, from the time of first settlement by Europeans through In order to foster a widely shared knowledge of our national past, the Society also provides services for research and publication and sponsors educational programs that are founded upon its collections.

The American Camp Association, New England enriches the lives of children and families through quality camp experiences. ACA New England is the region's leading source for all things summer camp. Constitution and the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights. The ACLU never charges clients for legal representation, and does not accept government funding, in order to maintain absolute and unequivocal independence.

The American Islamic Congress is a nonprofit, non-religious, civil society development organization serving Muslims and Non-Muslims by promoting civil and human rights through advocacy, engagement and education. To assist students and parents in accessing and completing a program of higher education financing and repayment.

The Osborne Library contains a rich and comprehensive collection of printed, pictorial and manuscript material of interest to researchers in a variety of fields. To financially and emotionally support families that have a child with cancer that is going to go through the bone marrow transplant process. To educate the public and increase the number of people that are on the volunteer donor list of the national and international bone marrow registry.

The Animal Rescue League ARL is an unwavering champion for animals in need, committed to keeping them safe and healthy in habitats and homes. Our mission is to provide the highest quality medical care and improve the health of our community in alliance with our medical staff. The Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.

We believe these resources have intrinsic worth and also provide recreational opportunities, spiritual renewal, and ecological and economic health for the region. Because successful conservation depends on active engagement with the outdoors, we encourage people to experience, learn about, appreciate, and understand the natural world.

Apprentice Learning provides real-world work experiences for middle school students. We leverage career exploration to teach skills and to nurture dreams.

To foster community partnerships, promote individual advocacy and create a pathway for growth and innovation by offering exceptional support and services to people with all abilities through the attraction, development and retention of superior talent who passionately demonstrate best practices.

To provide a fun, safe, supportive place for children to learn and grow; to have ongoing relationships with caring adults; and to take part in life enhancing programs emphasizing leadership and character development, education, health and life skills and sports, fitness and recreation. ACA's mission is to transform lives and build community through the arts by: The Art Connection enriches and empowers under-served communities by expanding access to original works of art.

We help artists and other donors make available original works of art to those who may not have the opportunity to experience the transformative possibilities of art in their lives. The Art Connection identifies and recruits local artists and collectors who wish to donate their work, catalogs this work, and then helps nonprofit agencies select, frame, and install the appropriate work in their facilities.


Hormones circulate from one organ to another through the bloodstream. The target or destination organ interprets the hormonal signals sent by the sending organ and acts on them accordingly.

Endocrinology is the branch of medicine dealing with the endocrine system and its specific hormones. The endocrine and nervous systems are linked by the hypothalamus a centrally located 'switching station' within the brain. The hypothalamus is an exceptionally complex region. Of particular note with regard to bipolar conditions is the fact that the hypothalamus coordinates circadian and seasonal body rhythms See our section below on Body Rhythms for more information. The thyroid, an endocrine organ located in the neck which produces thyroid hormone, has been the focus of much mood disorder research.

Depression is frequently associated with low levels of thyroid hormone, a condition known as Hypothyroidism, while mood elevation is often associated with high levels of thyroid hormone Hyperthyroidism.

Treating hypothyroidism by supplementing or replacing thyroid hormone in the form of Synthroid, for instance sometimes helps alleviate depression. Similarly, reducing levels of high thyroid hormone with lithium may ease manic symptoms. Given that up to half of patients with rapid cycling form of bipolar disease also have hypothyroidism, the involvement of the thyroid gland in producing or enabling bipolar disorders for some patients is a strong possibility.

Another component of the endocrine system which is known to cause mood fluctuations when dysregulated is the reproductive system. As reproductive hormones are known to affect mood most prominently in women, the source of this effect is thought to be the ovaries which secrete estrogen and testosterone.

Although the role sex hormones play in mood conditions are well documented See our earlier discussion concerning PMDD , exactly how these hormones affect mood is unclear, and there is little information regarding their possible role in causing or maintaining bipolar symptoms.

Because of the connections between the nervous and endocrine systems, e. Though this may not be a surprising conclusion, it is nevertheless a difficult one to establish scientifically. It has proven difficult to determine whether endocrine dysfunction is a cause of bipolar disorder or an effect.

The primary impacts we hope to achieve are closing the achievement gap, decreasing the dropout rate, and increasing student academic performance within BPS. BPE's mission is to drive exceptional outcomes for all Boston students by developing great teachers and great schools. After decades of improving schools with teacher coaching and school improvement frameworks, we founded two Teaching Academies: Teaching Academies are in-district schools that provide a world class education for all students while preparing outstanding new teachers for the Boston Public Schools.

The mission of Boston Renaissance Charter Public School is to nurture and develop academic, social, and emotional competence while building confidence, character, and citizenship among its students. To offer resources that prevent and end homelessness. To support the recovery, health, faith, and independence of those who have a history of substance abuse, incarceration, and homelessness.

To raise awareness about the root causes of these life risks. To serve everyone with respect, integrity, and grace. To continue to learn, grow, and excel in our services. To be good stewards of the resources entrusted to us by our supporters. To reflect the teachings of Jesus and the love of God in all we do. Boston Schools Fund's mission is to develop 7, more high-quality seats in Boston's best district, charter, and Catholic schools.

We do this work to ensure that Boston becomes the first major city in the country to offer a seat in a high-quality school to every child. We are proud of our adaptive sports and recreation achievements and our history providing peer counseling, information and referral, multiple chemical sensitivity training, transportation advocacy, information and opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

Boston Shakespeare Project provides arts education and writing programs to Greater Boston's under-resourced youth and builds bridges between local schools and universities. Our programs are designed to develop 21st century skills such as creativity, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration; to enrich language arts learning and promote literacy; and to foster mentoring relationships that inspire young students on the path to higher education.

Established in as one of the most important networking tools for New England musicians, Boston Singers' Resource is a fully incorporated c 3 non-profit organization. Its purpose is to support the New England classical singing community by providing educational, promotional and career service resources to New England classical singers, vocal organizations and to the general public. BSR currently provides this artistic support through its extensive website www. Our mission is to provide a vibrant string program for inner-city young students, offering high quality string instrument instruction, using standards that will give them the necessary skills to build a strong foundation in their musical growth.

To forge social integration through music by creating a path for young people to become sensitive, responsible and creative human beings. At Boston STRIVE, we focus on helping chronically unemployed men and women realize their potential to find and keep jobs that promise sustainable livelihoods and personal growth. We accomplish this by changing attitudes, building skills, working with employers and creating powerful partnerships.

The mission of the Boston Tax Help Coalition is to broaden pathways from poverty to financial empowerment by maximizing the impact of the Earned Income Tax Credit and other tax credits through quality, free tax preparation, financial education and economic stability opportunities.

Boston EITC Coalition, tax return, asset building, immigrant, disability, wealth creation, credit building. The BU Arts Initiative ensures the integral role of the arts in the educational experience of every BU student, making sure the arts are deeply embedded within the cultural and intellectual fabric of the University. Increase student access to and engagement with the arts at BU and in the Boston area, so that BU students develop an active and participatory role in the arts as a meaningful element of their BU experience.

Support integration of the arts into the curriculum and faculty development of high quality, interdisciplinary, inclusive arts programming. Support student and staff initiatives that build community by engaging individuals in the practice of, participation in, and intellectual dialogue around art and art making. Encourage meaningful opportunities for the BU community and the Boston area community to connect via the arts.

We believe that change starts at the grassroots level, and systemic change is necessary to achieve racial, economic and social justice. We believe that power and wealth must be redistributed to attain equity and systemic change. We believe all movements must combat racism by being racially and culturally diverse in both membership and leadership if progressive change is to occur.

We believe that women and girls of color as well as those of extremely low-income must and can be leaders within all movements if progressive change is to occur. We believe that educating and organizing a diverse donor base is a critical strategy for amassing broad support for social change movements.

We strive to reflect our commitment to shared leadership, equity and cultural diversity in all aspects of our operations. At BYSO, our students receive a transformative music education — one that is rooted in excellence and shapes their life path through the development of life-long skills such as self-confidence, team-work and leadership.

BYSO believes that all young children should have the opportunity to experience exceptional music programming and the life-changing impact it can have.

Our mission is to encourage musical excellence in a professional and supportive environment by providing the highest quality orchestral training and performance opportunities to qualified musicians, grades K, while making its programs accessible to under-served communities through financial assistance and outreach.

Higher Ground is dedicated to achieving excellent outcomes for children, youth and their families in Roxbury, Dorchester and Mattapan, by connecting residents with existing programs and services, by helping to improve the outcome of service providers, and by encouraging the establishment of new partnerships that will ensure that needed opportunities and better services are available to all residents of the target communities.

Informed by an emphasis on civic engagement, these cross-sector and cross-disciplinary efforts are aimed at creating or strengthening civic spaces within Greater Boston's multiple and diverse neighborhoods, thereby activating an expanded, inclusive, and participatory vision of the possibilities of art throughout those neighborhoods.

Bottom Line was founded in to address the low college graduation rates among disadvantaged urban youth. Our services help low-income and first-generation students get in to college, graduate from college, and go far in life. We achieve this mission by providing students with consistent, one-on-one counselor support from college applications until college graduation. College, education, disadvantaged, low-income, retention, access, high school, graduation, mentoring, counseling, scholarships, degree, success, persistence.

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.

We do this by providing: To inspire and enable all young people, from diverse circumstances, to realize their full potential by providing opportunities for personal growth to become contributing, caring and responsible members of the community. The intent of these programs is to enhance the development of children and to prepare young adults to be responsible and productive members of the community.

The mission of the Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts is to create a better future for brain injury survivors and their families through brain injury prevention, education, advocacy, and support. The Brazelton Touchpoints Project, Inc. Together with families, providers and communities, the Brazelton Touchpoints Center develops and applies knowledge of early childhood development to practice and policy through professional and organizational development, evaluation, advocacy and awareness and serving as a resource for proven practices.

The vision of the Brazelton Touchpoints Center is that all children grow up to be adults who can cope with adversity, strengthen their communities, constructively participate in civic life and nurture the next generation to be prepared to do the same. The mission of BRH is to alleviate family poverty across generations through sustainable, owner occupied housing for low income families and to transform blighted neighborhoods in Lawrence, and surrounding communities into vibrant and attractive space for all residents.

We support families in their goals for self-sufficiency, education and empowerment, improve economically distressed neighborhoods, and advocate for the housing needs of all low-income residents. All in need are welcome to our center to partake in a community meal in a peaceful, friendly environment.

Guided by a spirit of hospitality and nonviolence, respect for the dignity of each person who comes through the door is a hallmark of our community. BOL is a faith-based ministry serving the communities north of Boston with a mission to feed the body and nurture the soul. We strive to feed the hungry, the homeless, the needy and the isolated; to offer spiritual nurture, support and hospitality; to promote greater peace and justice by addressing broader issues of hunger, poverty, and need; and to conduct our work in a spirit of respect and nonviolence.

BREAD focuses on the belief that our community is more than sufficient and capable of becoming prosperous, serving and benefiting ourselves. We believe it is possible to name the strengths we do have and to share these strengths in a mutually beneficial way to help each of us grow and prosper, but only if we create space to collectively nurture our human connections.

Breakthrough Greater Boston prepares low-income students for success in college and trains the next generation of urban teachers using its unique Students Teaching Students model. TBFM seeks to prevent the eviction of families and individuals in Massachusetts by providing emergency no-interest rent and mortgage loans and grants along with support services and financial counseling to help clients address causes which contributed to their becoming at risk of homeless and to insure long-term stability.

Bridge provides effective and innovative services to runaway, homeless and high-risk youth, helps youth avoid a lifetime of dependency on social services, guides youth towards self-sufficiency, and enables youth to transform their lives and build fulfilling, meaningful futures. Inspired by the values of caring and respect, together we guide individuals with disabilities and other challenges to achieve and enjoy their highest quality of life and personal growth.

Brio Integrated Theatre has a mission to create and perform integrated theatre through the collaboration of artists with and without disabilities. We believe that all individuals have the ability to create and that there are diverse perspectives and ways to express creativity. Brio teaches awareness of disabilities and the infinite potential that is imaginable through integrative workshops, productions, educational programs and community outreach. We use the arts as a means to educate and advocate for people of all abilities.

The mission of Brockton Day Nursery is to serve the needs of families and children by providing comprehensive child care and support services. Brooke Charter Schools is a network of high-performing public charter schools in Boston.

Our mission is to provide an academically rigorous public education to students that will ensure that they are prepared to attend and succeed in college and beyond. We achieve this goal through a relentless focus on great teaching, which we define as challenging students with rigorous instruction, knowing students through individualized support, and fostering a culture that reveres teaching and strives for continuous improvement.

Established in , the Brookhouse Home for Aged Women is a non-profit corporation serving as a Level IV Department of Public Health licensed rest home residence for up to 36 women with a minimum age of 55 years. Its mission is to provide an affordable familiar home setting that enables residents to maintain their independence, their privacy and their exercise of personal choices while receiving supports from responsible staff. At Brooks School, we seek to provide the most meaningful educational experience our students will have in their lives.

Breaking the cycle of poverty and homelessness, 2. Building the long term capacity for change 3. Ending hunger and poverty 4. Youth education and behavorial transformation, 5. The goal of the BSA Foundation Foundation is to enhance public understanding of the built environment and the processes that shape it. With understanding, our communities will be better equipped to enrich and preserve our physical and natural surroundings.

The Foundation's vision is to build a better Boston by engaging communities, inspiring vision, and provoking positive change.

Budget Buddies builds the financial literacy, confidence, and security of low-income women through a unique six-month program that combines individual one-to-one coaching and instructional workshops. We envision a world in which all women can control their financial futures.

We partner with local social service organizations to help women develop the skills, behaviors, and self-esteem necessary for handling the exceptional financial challenges of overcoming poverty, homelessness, addiction, immigration, and domestic abuse and violence. We help women transition from lives of dependence to lives of empowered independence -- through greater economic stability, improved employment, better education, and increased housing security. Building a Better Beverly is a c 3 non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of public education in Beverly, Massachusetts.

Building Impact's mission is to strengthen communities by providing individuals and companies the knowledge and opportunities to volunteer, donate, and connect in the buildings where they work or live. Building Impact makes giving back convenient by bringing volunteer events and donation drives to participants in office and apartment buildings.

Building Resilience in Kids BRIK is a small non-profit helping children directly and through their caregivers to build resilience. BRIK offers workshops and programs that allow children to express themselves creatively while building positive relationships with those around them.

We are a social entrepreneur program for middle school kids. Our mission is to inspire kids to discover what is truly meaningful to them, and to empower them with the skills to put their ideas into action. Youth entrepreneurship, Boston volunteer, youth mentoring, high school mentoring, Boston college access, high school dropout. The Buzzards Bay Coalition is a membership-supported nonprofit organization dedicated to the restoration, protection, and sustainable use and enjoyment of our irreplaceable Bay and its watershed.

The Coalition works to improve the health of the Bay ecosystem for all through education, conservation, research and advocacy. Formed in , CACHE collectively advocates for the arts in Medford and strives to make our community a more vibrant place through events, projects, and collaborations with local businesses. Cambridge Camping's mission is to provide meaningful experiences to under-resourced, urban children in supportive and inclusive camp communities through enriching and inspired programs.

Camp is where children laugh, play, join in, and make memories to last a lifetime. Since , the Cambridge Center for Adult Education has been dedicated to providing the widest range of high-quality, low-cost learning opportunities for the diverse adults of greater Boston. Our two historic buildings, both of which are on National Register of Historic Places, are an essential part of our success.

To provide academically excellent, time-efficient, and cost-effective higher education for a diverse population of working adults for whom those opportunities may have been limited or denied. The Cambridge Community Center promotes community cooperation and unity and empowers youth, individuals, and families. We do this by offering social, cultural, educational, and recreational activities. Our mission is to create peace of mind for our members so that they can continue to enjoy life in a multi-generational and multi-cultural setting.

Founded in , Cambridge School Volunteers is an independent non-profit organization supporting the academic and personal success of Cambridge public school children. CSV develops programs that match caring and competent adults with students of all needs and levels. YWCA Cambridge is a social justice organization dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

Camp Harbor View's mission is to provide an environment in which young adolescents from many of Boston's at-risk neighborhoods can experience fun, friendship, new exposures and mentoring opportunities offered by a caring and experienced staff.

Through this process, they will develop confidence, leadership skills, and an awareness of life's possibilities educational, vocational, and other that they would not otherwise have encountered. Special Olympics, intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, Autism, youth development. The Campaign for Catholic Schools is a c 3 nonprofit organization established in December and charged with raising the private philanthropic funds needed to implement the recommendations made by the Initiative for Catholic Education The Initiative was commissioned by Boston's Archbishop, Cardinal Sean O'Malley, to turnaround the downward trends experienced by inner city Catholic schools.

Its mission is to 1. Making cancer research understandable for everyone. Providing scholarships for young students worldwide to encourage careers in cancer research. By providing cancer patients with information about their disease, up-to-date research, and specialized cancer treatment institutes, we can bridge the gap between cancer patients and cancer-treatment professionals and ease the burden on cancer patients by making it easy to find the best possible care.

Cape Ann Art Haven is a community space where artists of all ages, abilities and income level develop fine art skills creativity and confidence through hands-on learning and collaboration.

To foster an appreciation of the quality and diversity of life on Cape Ann, past and present; to further the knowledge and enjoyment of Cape Ann history and art; to collect and preserve significant information and artifacts; and, to encourage community involvement in our programs and holdings. In all our activities, the Museum emphasizes the highest standards of quality and seeks to engage the broadest possible audience.

Cape Ann Trail Stewards helps to maintain existing trails, improve access and promote the responsible and safe use of the Cape Ann trail network and recreational areas. Our work area includes: Essex, Gloucester, Manchester and Rockport. The Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team is a non-profit organization dedicated to vernal pond conservation and education since Our focus is vernal ponds, the issue is preservation of wildlife habitat, which is ultimately about the health of the planet.

The Fishermen's Alliance effects change through public policy, applied science, economic development, and community partnerships and outreach. Cardinal Cushing Centers is a place where people of all ages and all abilities find possibility, opportunity and hope.

We help people with disabilities gain independence, form lasting friendships and become valued and included members of their community. Career Collaborative ends working-class poverty by helping low-income adults get and succeed at life-changing jobs. We achieve this remarkable result by helping participants get good jobs and mentoring them for at least two years.

At Caritas Communities, we provide very low income individuals with permanent housing, support, a sense of community and expanded opportunities. For more than 33 years, Caritas has helped fill the need for safe, secure housing in Greater Boston because we believe no one should be homeless. The overall mission of Carpe Vita Foundation CVF is to help a young people lead happy, more focused, fulfilling lives and to help them better realize their potential and b older adults learn how to live a fulfilling life as they approach or when they are already in, retirement.

A Harris Poll indicated that only 1 in 3 Americans are very happy. Magazine article by Jeff Haden, he refers to 7 things remarkably happy people do. Each of these 7 things are a subset of the elements which are utilized in our solution. Casa Myrna's mission is to deliver solutions to end domestic and dating violence through intervention, awareness and prevention. The mission of Castle Square Tenants Organization CSTO is to preserve Castle Square Apartments as affordable housing for low and moderate income residents into perpetuity, and provide comprehensive community and social supports for the families of Castle Square Apartments and the surrounding community.

For over years, Catholic Charities has helped families as they struggle to put food on the table, secure child care for their children and seek out better opportunities through education. Last year alone, Catholic Charities served over , of your neighbors of all faiths across Eastern Massachusetts. At Catholic Charities, we strive to help people become self-sufficient.

The Catholic Schools Foundation changes lives by providing families with demonstrated financial need an opportunity to give their sons and daughters a quality education, focused on Christian values and character formation at Catholic Schools located throughout the Archdiocese of Boston, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or gender. Catie's Closet's mission i s to ensure all children have access to fundamental necessities like clothing and toiletries so they are better prepared to focus on their education.

We are dedicated to improving educational outcomes for children living in poverty through our unique in-school program. The Celebrity Series Mission: To present performing artists who inspire and enrich our community. The Celebrity Series Vision: We believe in the power of excellence and innovation in the performing arts to enrich life experience, transform lives, and build better communities.

We envision a community of Greater Boston where the performing arts are a valued, life-long, shared experience — on stages, on streets, in neighborhoods — everywhere.

The Center for Artistry and Scholarship is a nonprofit that fosters and mobilizes leadership and support for creative, arts-immersed schools where students are making and doing, teachers are asking how and why, and all are engaged in their community. Organizational Purpose The Center for Arts at the Armory, located in an historic landmark armory built in , is a non-profit organization formed to promote and celebrate arts and culture and foster community-building in the city of Somerville. Vision Given that artistic expression elevates a civil society and bridges cultural, class and generational divides, the Center for Arts at the Armory seeks to galvanize the creative spirit by providing a space where working artists and the community can come together.

By executing its vision, the Center for Arts at the Armory is creating life-long opportunities for children, youth and adults to learn and celebrate the meaning of art in their lives. Mission The Center for Arts at the Armory's mission is to create an environment where the artists and the community can come together to better understand themselves and the world they live in through creative expression and engagement. Core Operating Values The Center for Arts at the Armory values creativity, diversity, accessibility, inclusivity and artistic vision.

The Center for Coastal Studies conducts scientific research with emphasis on marine mammals of the western North Atlantic and on the coastal and marine habitats and resources of the Gulf of Maine. We promote stewardship of coastal and marine ecosystems and conduct educational activities that encourage responsible use and conservation. We collaborate with other institutions and individuals whenever possible to advance our mission.

The mission of the Center for Collaborative Education CCE is to transform schools to ensure that all students succeed. We believe that schools should prepare every student to achieve academically and make a positive contribution to a democratic society.

To achieve a vision of a world where every student is college- and career-ready and prepared to become a compassionate, contributing global citizen, CCE works at the school, district and state levels in New England and beyond to: CSIO supports and develops the work of individuals, groups, and communities dedicated to organizing immigrants around the issues that affect their lives.

Our goal is to help immigrants in the forefront of community and workplace struggles to develop their power and leadership not only to succeed in their immediate context, but also to contribute to the broader effort to build a more just and democratic society. Centerboard is a community based organization that supports families and young people through housing, access to employment and education, and financial empowerment.

We work with parents and teens to achieve independence by providing trauma informed care and case management. In addition, we work with local residents, businesses and elected officials to increase economic opportunity in the community.

Through these efforts, we serve over people each year. CST offers the distinctive repertoires of these two award-winning companies as well as collaborative projects drawing on their creative synergy, designed to deepen relationships with schools, families and community organizations through outreach and educational programs. Centro Presente is a member-driven, state-wide Latin American immigrant organization dedicated to the self-determination and self-sufficiency of the Latin American immigrant community of Massachusetts.

Centro Presente struggles for immigrant rights and for economic and social justice. Through the integration of community organizing, leadership development and basic services, Centro Presente strives to give our members voice and build community power. Inspire elementary students to adopt lifelong environmental and social values through the use of an innovative sustainability education program.

The Guild was founded in by a group of 17 concerned women. At that time, Brockton was experiencing a decline of its predominant industries, footwear and textile manufacturing.

The economic downturn resulted in many basic needs going unmet, and the Guild responded directly by providing food and clothing to the needy. The official mission of The Charity Guild is to provide basic and necessary services to those unable to meet their primary needs of food, clothing and household goods.

The mission of Charles River Community Health is to improve the health and well-being of the communities of Allston, Brighton, Waltham and surrounding areas by providing quality, comprehensive, coordinated care that is patient-centered, family friendly, and community focused.

We value caring for everyone with dignity, respect, and compassion, reducing cultural, financial and other barriers to care, and eliminating health care disparities for our patients.

We also advocate for the needs of our patients, the community, and public health causes. The Charles River Conservancy CRC is dedicated to the stewardship, renewal, and enhancement of the urban parklands along the Charles River, working to make this extraordinary public resource more active, attractive and accessible for all.

Collaborative, Collab, community organizing, environmental justice, immigrants, Latinos, Somali Bantu. Our programs partner with parents to help them build the skills and confidence they need to make sure kids have safe and healthy childhoods.

CAC unites public, private and community partners to promote safety, healing and justice for children exposed to violence and their families. The mission of Children's Charter is to break the intergenerational cycle of abuse in the lives of those families with the fewest resources by providing them access to the highest quality outpatient mental health services in a setting that is welcoming, safe, and respectful.

The mission of Children's Friend is to "improve the lives of children and promote strong families by partnering with community organizations to provide services to strengthen individuals, families and community life.

Provide worldwide leadership in pediatric health care. Be the world's leader in pediatric research and discovery. Educate the next generation of world-class leaders in child health.

Enhance the health and well being of the children and families in our local community. The Children's Investment Fund CIF believes all children need to learn in physical environments designed to support their growth and healthy development. CIF helps non-profit organizations to develop high-quality spaces for early learning and youth development in Massachusetts; and provides financial capital and technical assistance to early education and afterschool providers.

Our mission is to prevent skin cancer one child at a time through education and advocacy. Our aim is to reduce the incidence and impact of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer , on families and society.

We seek to broaden our impact by expanding our support services and educational outreach and deepening our community collaborations. The CPA particularly targets the immigrant, working class sector of the Chinese community. It is one of the oldest organizations in Chinatown that consists of 34 organizations that represent family association, merchants and civic organizations.

The building is a multi-use family that provide space community meetings, forums and other types of events. There are 27 community organizations that are housed in this facility that provide, cultural, arts, educational programs to the Chinatown community. Our vision is to reverse and prevent childhood obesity.

ChopChop Magazine, the fun cooking magazine for families, ChopChopKids, nutrition, food insecurity, childhood obesity prevention tool. Chorus pro Musica provides innovative programming and superb performances of beloved classics and new works that inspire singers and listeners alike.

The chorus performs both a cappella and with instrumental accompaniment, often in collaboration with other major artistic organizations and acclaimed soloists. You spend your days with doctors and treatment protocols. And you spend your nights trying to find some comfort in an uncomfortable place. When a kid is fighting cancer, he needs some respite from hospital beds and lab coats and treatments.

She needs her family, and some space to be with them. She needs someplace to play, to be with other kids just like her, to feel less alone, less afraid.

The family needs that, too. We are a home for kids and their families while they battle cancer. We know that medicine can heal the patient. The mission of Circle of Hope is to provide homeless children, women, and men in and around Boston with clothing and necessities in order to preserve and enhance overall health and personal dignity. By continually providing seasonally appropriate clothing and basic toiletries to carefully vetted organizations, Circle of Hope gives the most vulnerable members of our community the opportunity to protect themselves from the dangers of illness and disease that come from being homeless in New England.

Citizen Schools partners with public middle schools to provide a proven combination of academic support; high school, college and career readiness activities; and ten-week, hands-on apprenticeships led by corporate and community volunteers. Our mission is to close the cyclical opportunity gap facing many of our students — the gap that increasingly restricts learning opportunities, mentors, and experiences of success along socio-economic and racial lines.

Citizens for Juvenile Justice CfJJ is the only independent, non-profit, statewide organization working exclusively to improve the juvenile justice system in Massachusetts. He also appeared in Next Stop Wonderland He voices Hugo on the animated comedy series Bob's Burgers. Garofalo gave positive comments about working with Seder after she departed the show on July The show was also moved to a time slot with higher viewership traffic.

Green 's restructuring plan to transform Air America into a profitable leader in progressive talk radio, called "Air America 2. Lionel lost two-thirds of Seder's live affiliates, live streaming and most of the audience within a year of assuming the timeslot.

In he also began a collaboration with Marc Maron on Maron v. Seder , an hour-long video webcast. In January , Maron v. Seder and Maron also hosted a post-show chat with viewers after each episode. Three years later in November it was announced Seder would again be the host of an American version of the show, this time on TBS. In November , Seder began an independent online podcast, also called the Majority Report. The format closely matches the previous Air America program, with politically oriented commentary by Seder and interviews with various guests.

Seder plans to offer premium subscriptions to the podcasts, which allow subscribers access to expanded commentary not on the basic podcast, as well as DVDs of the TV series Pilot Season , produced and directed by Seder, starring Sarah Silverman and originally broadcast on the now-defunct Trio cable network; the series was a sequel to Seder's independent film Who's the Caboose? In late , Seder began occasionally serving as substitute host of Countdown with Keith Olbermann when Olbermann was on vacation.

In December , Seder also became co-host of the nationally syndicated progressive radio interview program Ring of Fire , co-hosted by Robert F. Shortly after Zell Miller gave his speech, Seder began searching with a sign in hand on the convention floor for a willing homosexual Republican to interview live on radio.

It was not long before he was physically removed from the floor and after brief questioning, was asked or according to some, "strongly encouraged" to leave the convention. Seder later commented that his wearing of a lapel pin that he had been given by a Secret Service agent at the Democratic National Convention earlier that year had kept him from being ejected from the convention completely.

On November 28, , American alt-right [13] social media personality , writer, and conspiracy theorist Mike Cernovich published a post on Medium [14] that resurfaced a deleted tweet Seder wrote in joking about convicted statutory rapist and fugitive film director Roman Polanski. Seder replied to Cockfield in an email explaining the point being made in the tweet and the context in which he wrote it. Seder also provided other tweets supporting his claim.

The next day, on November 29, , Seder received a voicemail from Cockfield indicating MSNBC's upper management was seriously considering cutting ties with him. Seder never received the email, leading him to believe that this employment status was still undecided. Seder immediately sent Cockfield an inquiry regarding his status.

The next day, on December 4, , TheWrap announced that MSNBC had elected to sever ties with Seder by not renewing his contract due to expire in February due to the controversial tweet. By then, Seder noted that advertisers on The Majority Report with Sam Seder podcast were also being contacted and pressured by Cernovich and his team to cut ties with the show over the tweet.

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