Our Fiscally Sponsored Organizations

The Detroit People’s Platform is building a Detroit where race and the priorities of Majority Black Detroit are centered. Their work advances racial and economic Justice in the nation’s largest Black majority city by organizing with community residents and community leaders to build grassroots power and transform systems and structures that make real the vision for a more racially just Detroit. Impact: Civil Rights, Social Action, and Advocacy Visit their website
The Design Studio for Social Intervention is an artistic research and development outfit for the improvement of civil society and everyday life. DS4SI is dedicated to changing how social justice is imagined, developed and deployed here in the United States.
Revere Youth in Action (RYiA) builds youth and community power through organizing, art and education and working in coalitions for social justice. Impact: Civil Rights, Social Action, and Advocacy Make a donation
The Massachusetts Food System Collaborative supports collective action toward an equitable, sustainable, resilient, and connected local food system in Massachusetts. They envision a local food system where everyone has access to healthy food, to land to grow food, to good jobs, and to the systems where policy decisions are made. They build coalitions to develop policy ideas, lead and participate in advocacy campaigns, educate the public about the value of a healthy local food system, and amplify the creative and successful work of local food system innovators.
The Public Finance Initiative (PFI) is a nonprofit that specializes in developing public finance programs that center the values of equity, sustainability, and inclusive growth in fiscal decision-making with leading foundations & partners. PFI is the successor entity to The Civic Innovation Project (CIP) — an organization founded in 2015 to develop and host joint programs that would further city-to-city learning and build the capacity of governments to use technology and data to improve governance and decision-making.
Collective Power for Reproductive Justice inspires, educates, and supports new activists and leadership to create a world in which reproductive health, rights, and justice are embedded in our collective liberation. After nearly 40 years as CLPP, a program of Hampshire College, they are moving into the next phase of their existence as Collective Power for Reproductive Justice, a national movement-building organization centering reproductive justice.
The vision of the Early Educator Investment Collaborative is a country where there is no opportunity gap among children, where every child makes lasting gains in cognitive, social, and emotional development through their early care and education experience. They are working to link early educator professional competencies with professional compensation and to transform the preparation of early educators.
The Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition (MFFC) is a collaborative organization, bringing together Mattapan residents, organizations and others to work on improving the food and physical activity environments in Mattapan, Massachusetts. MFFC promotes healthy behaviors through its membership, its networks, and its partnerships with other organizations. MFFC provides leadership through community engagement. Impact: Food, Agriculture, and Nutrition Make a donation
The Alliance for Nonprofit Management seeks to expand and diversify the field of capacity building and build a movement that centers equity and inclusion in nonprofits and communities to help them achieve social change.
The Early Childhood Funders' Collaborative created the BUILD Initiative in 2002. A consortium of private foundations, ECFC provides networking, information sharing, and strategic grantmaking opportunities to its members.


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