Our Fiscally Sponsored Organizations

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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.
Prosecutor Impact Founded in 2016, Prosecutor Impact is a not-for-profit organization built around the mission of improving community safety in the United States through a better understanding of the most important actor in the criminal justice system: the criminal prosecutor.
Real Food Generation Harness the power of youth and universities to create a food system that truly nourishes us all
Rhode Island Food Policy Council The Rhode Island Food Policy Council's work is coordinated by a statewide collaboration of diverse, committed and engaged stakeholders from all sectors of the food system.
Rhode Island Land Trust Council The Rhode Island Land Trust Council is a coalition of land trusts with a mission of protecting land to preserve open spaces, natural areas, scenic character, farm lands, forests, historic sites, watersheds and drinking water areas that uniquely define our communities and our state.
Safe Havens Interfaith Partnership Against Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse Safe Havens was founded in 1991 in response to all victims of abuse who reach out to their faith leaders for help. Their goal is to engage faith community leaders in prevention, earlier intervention, accountability and social change through outreach, education and resources.
School and State Finance Project The School and State Finance Project is a nonpartisan, nonprofit policy organization focused on education funding and state finance issues with a commitment to providing independent analysis, building public knowledge, improving transparency, and developing fair, sustainable solutions.  Visit their website
Station1 Their long term vision for Station1 is to create an educational movement where cultural, societal, and disciplinary differences, which might have once been barriers to exchange, now serve to unite people across the nation and the world in an interconnected community that utilizes science and technology to foster equity, sustainability, peace, and prosperity for all of humanity.
The Carrot Project 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.
The Teacher Collaborative The Teacher Collaborative is a community built by teachers for teachers that fosters collaboration, empowers innovation, and creates meaningful professional development opportunities for all teachers in Massachusetts. Donate now Visit their website
The TIMBo Collective The TIMBo Collective (Trauma-responsive Innovations for Mind and Body) empowers women to transform trauma and build more empathetic, impactful communities.
Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) is a comprehensive, national and community-based process to plan for and bring about transformational and sustainable change, and to address the historic and contemporary effects of racism.
Worcester Regional Food Hub The Worcester Regional Food Hub’s mission is to increase local food access and consumption and recruit, retain, and incubate local food entrepreneurs, collectively building healthy, sustainable, and just communities. This work is done in collaboration with the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce and generously supported by The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts. 
Worker’s Justice Project Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) is a Brooklyn-based worker center that addresses the racial and economic injustice that day laborers and domestic workers face by building collective power and creating solutions to the problems their members experience at work and in communities where they live.

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