Below is a list of our current and past partnerships and grantees. Check them out to learn more about the amazing organizations that benefit from our group!
Open Spirit - A place of hope, Health & Harmony
Open Spirit strives to be a source of healing, understanding and courage in our divided world. We seek to fill the need of so many people in the community who may not be part of a traditional faith community, by providing programs that support healing, wellness, spiritual nourishment and encourage personal growth and community connectedness.
Our mission: We come together with open hearts to:
- Celebrate and deepen understanding of our diverse spiritual and cultural backgrounds
- Enable healing of mind, body, spirit and Earth
- Inspire courage to transform our lives and our communities
City Mission - A lift Up
A Lift Up is an intensive, voluntary two-year homelessness prevention program for low-income single mothers and their families who are at risk of losing their housing.
The mission of the Bakhita Community is to respond to the needs of victims of human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation in the greater Boston area.
Chaplains on the way
We go out into the streets, shelters, and gathering places of Waltham to bring a ministry of spiritual care and hope. We live out our mission by building trusting relationships with those who are experiencing homelessness, living in poverty, dealing with mental illness and/or addiction. We offer a ministry of spiritual care, listening, and companionship through life’s struggles and triumphs.
Center for Nonviolent Solutions
To provide education and resources to help people in the Worcester Area to understand nonviolence and peacemaking as a way of life and to reject the use of violence in resolving conflict.
BCC After School
THE BCC (BROCKTON CHURCH & COMMUNITY) AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM IS A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN FAITH COMMUNITIES, CITIZEN VOLUNTEERS, THE BROCKTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE WIDER BUSINESS AND NON-PROFIT COMMUNITY.
Founded in 1993, Worcester Interfaith (WI) is a multi-issue, multi-racial broad based community organization, comprised of 21 dues-paying institutions that reflect the religious, racial, ethnic and geographic diversity of the city. Worcester Interfaith has built bridges between congregational and community leaders and across religious, socio-economic, racial and ethnic boundaries to accomplish much in the areas of jobs, neighborhood improvements, public safety, education and youth, and draw attention to the disproportionate ways in which these issues affect low-income and minority populations.
Friends of Hampshire County Homeless Individuals, inc.
The expressed mission of The Friends is to provide financial and volunteer support for the shelter and for associated programs. This includes support for many different programs, all of which contribute to the one goal of helping the homeless find a better life.
Central Massachusetts Housing Alliance, Inc.
Recognizing the dignity of all, CMHA leads a collaborative response to homelessness that fosters long-term housing stability through prevention, quality services, education and advocacy.