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.

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Artists For Humanity To help break the cycle of economic and educational disenfranchisement for low-income Boston teens through opportunities for paid employment in art and design.

Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence To provide comprehensive cultural and linguistically specific services to Asian victims of domestic violence, offering hope and necessary assistance.

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.

Tutoring Plus of Cambridge To expand programming into North Cambridge, providing equal access to educational opportunity for youth and families living in the surrounding areas.

Boston Achieve Summer Program To create opportunity, equity, and access for motivated—but underserved—Boston students through its rigorous summer academic experiences and school programs.

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.

The City School To develop and strengthen Boston youth ages 14-19 to become effective leaders for social justice across difference.

The Kerry Jon Walker Fund To provide underserved Boston public school teens with expanded growth and global education through connecting and giving to orphaned teens in Rwanda.

Women’s Educational Center To expand its free Drop-In Program, which provides crisis support, peer counseling, computer access, and more for low-income, homeless, and abused women.