May 27, 2017
 
Indianapolis Foundation Gives $885K to 35 Mass. Nonprofits

February 2, 2017 — The Clowes Fund, based in Indianapolis, recently announced that it awarded $885,000 to 35 Massachusetts nonprofits that provide services related to education, refugees, and workforce development.

The following organizations received grant funding in 2016:

Education
  • Associated Grant Makers: $25,000
  • EdVestors: $50,000
  • Falmouth Academy: $50,000
  • Hitchcock Center: $20,000
  • The James St. Clair Court Public Education Project: $20,000
  • JFYNetworks: $20,000
  • WriteBoston: $20,000
Immigrants, Refugees, and Asylees
  • A Better Tomorrow Services: $25,000
  • African Community Economic Development of New England: $20,000
  • African Community Education Program: $20,000
  • Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Greater Lowell: $15,000
  • Center for New Americans: $10,000
  • Children's Law Center of Massachusetts: $20,000
  • Community Legal Services and Counseling Center: $30,000
  • English for New Bostonians: $75,000
  • Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health: $20,000
  • Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition: $20,000
  • Mujeras Unidas Avanzando-Women United Advancing: $20,000
  • Quincy Asian Resources: $20,000
Workforce Development
  • Artists for Humanity: $15,000
  • Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston: $25,000
  • Boston Arts Academy Foundation: $25,000
  • The Boston Foundation: $75,000
  • Center for the Development of Teen Empowerment: $15,000
  • Center for Women & Enterprise: $20,000
  • Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation: $20,000
  • More Than Words: $30,000
  • The Neighborhood Developers: $30,000
  • Operation Bootstrap: $20,000
  • Raw Art Works: $20,000
  • Save the Harbor Save the Bay: $20,000
  • Sociedad Latina: $20,000
  • Third Sector New England: $10,000
  • Transformative Culture Project: $20,000
  • UTEC: $20,000
The Clowes Fund supports organizations that “enhance the common good by encouraging organizations and projects that help to build a just and equitable society, create opportunities for initiative, foster creativity and the growth of knowledge, and promote appreciation of the natural environment.”

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