2019 Nonprofit Cohort
The Greater Sum Foundation is happy to introduce the members of our 2019 Nonprofit Cohort. Each organization will receive a $20,000 grant along with pro bono HR consulting, skills-based volunteer mentorship, professional development, and networking opportunities.
THANK YOU to the sponsors providing pro bono services to our 2019 cohort members:
Learn more about the members of the 2019 Cohort…
Connecting Champions provides long term social support to bridge the developmental gap between kids with cancer and their peers. Greater Sum funding and support will assist Connecting Champions in their expansion to Cleveland, building a sustainable, replicable model and stepping onto the national stage.
Global Minds is a for-youth, by-youth organization that inspires students to form social bonds, intercultural friendships, and to consider global issues through youth-led extracurricular activities. Greater Sum funds will assist their newly-hired Program Director in tracking outcomes, building capacity and growing the program.
Growing Change aims to create a scalable, open-sourced model for reuse of closed prisons. They will use Greater Sum funding to add a biochar project to their current retail and agrotourism revenue streams.
Union Capital Boston
Union Capital Boston (UCB) encourages volunteerism and civic engagement in order to build a more resilient and successful community network. They will use Greater Sum funding to develop a comprehensive report on program impacts and plans for sustainable growth.
Visioneers teaches blind people of all ages to see with sound and promotes the integration of blind persons into community by increasing public awareness about the strengths and capabilities of blind people. They will use Greater Sum funding to develop an international training and credentialing program for instructors.