WAB2G are grateful to these organizations for their partnership & support
The Lenny Zakim Fund works to develop deep relationships and builds bridges among people and communities to advance social, economic, and racial justice. Our mission is to listen to those most impacted by inequity and provide the funding, essential resources, and support they need to create lasting change.
The Kevin Zeese Emerging Activists Fund will provide a small grant to one or more activists or a small grassroots organization each year that is in line with the life work and philosophy of Kevin Zeese. The emphasis for grantees will be on people or frontline grassroots organizations working for economic, racial or environmental justice or peace.
The Gardiner Howland Shaw Foundation was established in 1959. Because the foundation has limited funds, the Shaw Trustees are interested in funding initiatives that demonstrate a current awareness of important problems confronting our criminal and juvenile justice systems. The foundation is committed to making grants that can make a real difference in the way our justice system operates.
Life Comes From It is a grantmaking circle facilitated by eight long-time practitioners and leaders who have 115 years of combined experience in restorative justice, transformative justice, and indigenous peacemaking. With one grant cycle a year, we make small grants to organizations that offer approaches to address violence and repair harm rooted in community solutions. Our focus is on investing in leaders of color committed to doing movement-building work rooted in lived experience and relationships.
The Boston Resiliency Fund is the City of Boston’s effort to help coordinate fundraising and philanthropic efforts. Our goal is to provide essential services to Boston residents whose health and well-being are most immediately impacted by COVID-19. Initially, the Fund focused on food and other basic needs, technology for remote learning, and promoting public health in Boston neighborhoods.