Our Fiscally Sponsored Organizations
We are proud to be a trusted partner to our fiscally sponsored organizations. Our model builds the capacity of mission-compatible groups, offering them exceptional financial and administrative services, legal compliance and access to a variety of consulting services, training, and leadership development programs to build their organizational capacity. Learn more about the benefits of fiscal sponsorship.
Hispanic Black Gay Coalition Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC) is one of few nonprofit organizations in Boston dedicated to the unique and complex needs of the Black, Hispanic and Latin@ LGBTQ community. Founded in 2009, we work to inspire and empower Latin@, Hispanic and Black LGBTQ individuals to improve their livelihood through activism, education, community outreach, and counseling.
Institute for Social and Economic Development The mission of ISED Solutions is to strengthen the social and economic well-being of individuals and communities in the United States and worldwide. ISED Solutions provides consulting and evaluation to organizations focused on refugee and immigrant services and economic and asset development to help improve long-term social and economic outcomes for low income people.
Integrity Initiatives International Advocating for an international anti-corruption court to combat impunity for grand corruption.
Lawrence Dream Network Lawrence Dream Network is a network of individuals, the goal of which is to provide culturally competent training, mentoring, and coaching to youth and young adults, parents and professionals in Lawrence. Currently the leadership of most city institutions are not led by community reflective leaders or residents, despite their being a pool of educated, qualified individuals residing in the city.
Maine Food Strategy The Main Food Strategy is an initiative creating a broader and strongly-connected network of organizations, agencies, businesses and individuals contributing to the food system in Maine. The initiative is convening a statewide participatory process that will identify and advance shared goals to support a robust food economy in Maine. Visit their website
Massachusetts Coalition of Domestic Workers The Massachusetts Coalition of Domestic Workers (MCDW) works to bring racial and social justice and dignity to all domestic workers in our state. Founded in 2010 by a Steering Committee comprised of the Brazilian Women’s Group (BWG), the Dominican Development Center (DDC), and Matahari Women’s Workers Center, the MCDW was the driving force in passing the MA Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights (BoR) in April 2014. The Domestic Workers BoR’ passage has been the Coalition’s proudest accomplishment thus far.
Massachusetts Farm to School Massachusetts Farm to School is a statewide organization that facilitates sustainable purchasing relationships between local institutions and local farms, promotes local food and agriculture education for students, and supports state, regional and national networking of farm to school practitioners. They envision a time when buying, serving, and promoting local foods is ingrained in the fabric of our schools and institutions. Massachusetts Farm to School is a sub-project of Farm to Institution New England.
Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery MOAR is a grass-roots organization started by volunteers on behalf of people in recovery and their families. The MOAR mission is “to organize recovering individuals, families and friends into a collective voice to educate the public about the value of recovery from alcohol and other addictions." MOAR envisions a society where addiction is treated as a significant public health issue and recovery is recognized as valuable to all our communities.
Massachusetts Voter Table The Massachusetts Voter Table seeks to increase the share of the vote that comes from the “Rising Massachusetts Electorate,” made up of people of color, low-income people, women and youth.
Matahari Women Workers' Center // Centro de Mujeres Trabajadoras de Matahari Matahari Women Workers' Center // Centro de Mujeres Trabajadoras de Matahari is a Greater Boston organization of women of color, immigrant women and families who organize as sisters, workers, and survivors for personal and societal transformation, justice and human rights.
Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition 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. Visit their website
MLPB MLPB allies health care providers with legal advocates to improve the health and wellbeing of vulnerable people.
National Network of Fiscal Sponsors The National Network of Fiscal Sponsors promotes the understanding and professional practice of fiscal sponsorship.
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.
Population Health Improvement Partners Population Health Improvement Partners helps health-focused organizations and coalitions build organizational and community capacity to improve and sustain population health.