Grant List 2011-2012
  1. Reflect and Strengthen, Inc., Boston, MA - support for the agency's assistance program for adolescent females in the custody for the Department of Youth Services. ($5,000 - public charity)
  2. City Mission Society, Boston, MA - support the agency's gang intervention and ex-offender programs. ($10,000 - public charity)
  3. Spectrum Health Services, Inc., Worcester, MA - support for the agency's parenting program for female offenders. ($5,000 - public charity)
  4. Our Prison Neighbors, Gardiner, MA - support for the agency's offender anti-violence programs in state prisons. ($7,000 - public charity)
  5. Span, Inc., Boston, MA - support for the agency's community based services for ex-offenders. ($10,000 - public charity)
  6. Self Esteem Boston, Jamaica Plain, MA - support for agency's counseling services for female ex-offenders. ($9,500 - public charity)
  7. Bridge to Hope, Hyannis, MA - support for the agency's residential program for female ex-offenders. ($8,000 - public charity)
  8. Prison Book Program, Quincy, MA - support for the agency's book distribution program to jails and prisons. ($5,000 - public charity)
  9. Doc Wayne Athletic League, Boston, MA - support for the agency's sports based counseling program for youthful offenders. ($10,000 - public charity)
  10. Adolescent Consultation Services, Cambridge, MA - support for the MA Coalition of Juvenile Court Clinics. ($8,000 - public charity)
  11. Boston Employment Service, Dorchester, MA - support for the agency's employment services for ex-offenders. ($10,000 - public charity)
  12. Freedom Ministries, Inc., Boston, MA - support for the agency's family assistance visitation program. ($5,000 - public charity)
  13. Pair Project, Boston, MA - support for the agency's legal advocacy program assisting federal detainees. ($5,000 - public charity)
  14. The Performance Project, Springfield, MA - support for the agency's performing arts program serving youthful offenders. ($10,000 - public charity)
  15. Strategies for Youth, Boston, MA - support for the agency's legal education program targeting high-risk youth. ($8,000 - public charity)
  16. Criminal Justice Policy Coalition, Boston, MA - support for the agency's criminal justice reform advocacy project. ($10,000 - public charity)
  17. Essex County Community Foundation, Danvers, MA - support for the 2011 and 2012 Youth Conference. ($2,500 - public charity)
  18. Community Servings, Inc., Jamaica Plain, MA - support for the agency's vocational training program assisting parolees. ($20,000 - public charity)
  19. Catholic Charities South, Brockton, MA - support for the agency's community based ex-offender services program. ($15,000 - public charity)
  20. MA Advocates for Children, Boston, MA - support for the agency's "Trauma and Learning" project. ($15,000 - public charity)
  21. Stop Handgun Violence, Newton, MA - support for the agency's handgun violence prevention programs. ($15,000 - public charity)
  22. Community Gems, Roxbury, MA - support for the organization's service provider coalition building project. ($15,000 - public charity)
  23. Boston Worker's Alliance, Roxbury, MA - support for agency's employer education program relating to ex-offender hiring. ($15,000 - public charity)
  24. Sisters of St. Joseph Prison Ministries, Watertown, MA - support for the agency's female offender services program. ($15,000 - public charity)
  25. Innercity Weightlifting, Dorchester, MA - support for the agency's gang intervention program. ($15,000 - public charity)
  26. Friends of Boston's Homeless, Boston, MA - support for the agency's ex-offender homelessness and vocational training programs. ($19,500 - public charity)
  27. Dismas House of Central MA, Worcester, MA - support for the agency's ex-offender residential and vocational training programs. ($20,000 - public charity)
  28. Citizens for Juvenile Justice, Boston, MA - support for the agency's statewide juvenile justice system reform activities. ($30,000 - public charity)
  29. Wellesley Center for Women, Wellesley, MA - support for the agency's Female Offender Justice Network. ($20,000 - public charity)
  30. Community Resources for Justice, Boston, MA - support for the "Coming Home" ex-offender resource directory and for criminal justice reform research and publications. ($57,500 - public charity)
  31. Robert F. Kennedy Children's Action Corps, Boston, MA - support for the agency's juvenile detention diversion project. ($18,000 - public charity)
  32. Youthbuild Boston, Roxbury, MA - support for the agency's weatherization vocational training program for youthful offenders. ($20,000 - public charity)
  33. Citizens for Safety, Jamaica Plain, MA - support for the agency's community based gun violence prevention programs. ($20,000 - public charity)
  34. Prisoners Legal Services, Boston, MA - support for the agency's legal advocacy program serving incarcerated offenders. ($20,500 - public charity)
  35. Wayside Youth and Family Support Network, Framingham, MA - support for the agency's services to youth and families in crisis. ($6,500 - public charity)
  36. The Key Program, Framingham, MA - support for the agency's services for youthful offenders. ($4,500 - public charity)
  37. One the Rise, Inc., Cambridge, MA - support for the agency's legal advocacy project for homeless female ex-offenders. ($1,000 - public charity)
  38. MCHSP, Boston, MA - support for the Council's annual training conference. ($3,000 - public charity)
  39. Career Collaborative, Boston, MA - support for the agency's employment assistance program for ex-offenders. ($1,000 - public charity)
  40. Community Dispute Resolution Center, Cambridge, MA - support for the agency's court based mediation program. ($2,500 - public charity)
  41. Juvenile Law Center, Philadelphia, PA - support for the agency's juvenile justice system reform activities. ($5,000 - public charity)
  42. The Lionheart Foundation, Needham, MA - support for the agency's "Houses of Healing" project serving incarcerated offenders. ($2,500 - public charity)
  43. Celebration for Kids, Inc., Foxboro, MA - support for the agency's services to high-risk youth. ($2,500 - public charity)
  44. Council on Foundations, Washington, DC - 2011 annual support. ($2,000 - public charity)
  45. Grantmakers for Children, Youth and Families, Washington, DC - 2011 annual support. ($1,000 - public charity)
  46. Associated Grantmakers, Boston, MA - 2011 annual support. ($4,300 - public charity)
  47. MA Institute for a New Commonwealth, Boston, MA - support for the statewide "Smart on Crime Campaign". ($60,000 - public charity)
  48. New England Civil Rights Fund, Boston, MA - 2011 support. ($1,000 - public charity)
  49. Youth Advocacy Foundation, Roxbury, MA - support for the agency's services to youthful offenders in the community. ($5,000 - public charity)
  50. Trinity Boston Foundation, Boston, MA - support for the 2011 youth conference. ($3,000 - public charity)
  51. Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, Roxbury, MA - support for the agency's violence prevention services and victims' assistance program. ($15,000 - public charity)
  52. Commonwealth of Massachusetts EOPS, Boston, MA - support for the agency's Prisoner Re-Entry conference. ($10,000 - public agency)
  53. University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA - support for the drug counselor certification program serving eligible ex-offenders. ($10,000 - public educational institution)
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