LEAP Self-Defense To increase programs that provide girls ages 8-14 with the self-defense tools they need to successfully defend against violence.
The Boston Home To sustain and expand its Wheelchair Enhancement Center’s repair and customization services for wheelchair users living within the community.
Alray Taylor Second Chance Mentoring To expand and advance a successful mentoring program that helps low-income Boston student become college graduates through personalized guidance and support.Women’s Lunch Place To help homeless and low-income women in Boston find and maintain safe, affordable homes through expert assistance, resources, and financial aid.Cambridge Boston Area Rape Crisis Center To create a staff position to better support K-12 schools in their efforts to address sexual violence prevention and response. Through the initiatives described below, it seeks to provide vital funding to mostly local charities that are working to improve the lives of community members through education, healthcare, human services, and social justice programs.All nonprofits listed below have received Cummings Foundation grants of at least 0,000.
Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation To equip teachers with the tools to implement lab-centered and inquiry-based activities to help life sciences students better understand key biological principles.