Project Profiles

DS4SI is dedicated to changing how social change is imagined, developed and deployed here in the United States. We are creating a design studio for the progressive arm of the nonprofit sector in order to support the sector’s ability to create new forms of effective social intervention and the exploration of new ways to be interventionists.
The Commonwealth Seminar (MassCS) exists to open the doors of the State House to diverse leaders. They fulfill that mission by providing legislative training, networking opportunities with top policymakers and access to public service job opportunities for diverse leaders in Massachusetts.
The mission of the Center to Support Immigrant Organizing (CSIO) is to support and help develop the work of individuals, groups, organizations and communities dedicated to organizing immigrants around the issues that affect their lives.
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.
Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood supports parents’ efforts to raise healthy families by limiting commercial access to children and ending the exploitive practice of child-targeted marketing.
Blue Butterfly Collaborative uses the appeal, power, and impact of children’s media to advance international development aims. We support the execution of large-scale, evidence-based education projects in areas of need throughout the world. Using a highly flexible project management model, we build in-country capacity to manage, develop, distribute, and evaluate high-quality media to catalyze positive change in children's attitudes, knowledge, and behavior.
Advancing community-led action & proven, place-based strategies to ensure health & wellbeing for all.
BUILD’s work and its vision of comprehensive early childhood development systems is at the center of an emerging and vibrant state-based policy movement in the early childhood development field.
Community Boat Building brings real world experiences and academic skills together to excite students about learning. We offer a year-round schedule of experiential learning opportunities, from learning how to chart a course, to an oral history of descendants of African Americans who were involved in the maritime industry, to building a boat.

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