2019 LZF Grant recipients
LZF’s 2019 grant recipients, organized by their primary mission, are serving 22 Massachusetts communities.
View past grant recipients to see the organizations that have received grants since 1995
Child and Youth Development & Education
Dream Out Loud Center, Inc.
DREAMFAR High School Marathon, Inc.
Encuentro Diaspora Afro
Families Creating Together
Hawthorne Youth and Community Center
Institute for Pan African Cultural Education
Kids in Tech
Level Ground Mixed Martial Arts
LYSOA (Lynn Youth Street Outreach Advocacy)
One Can Help, Inc.
Access to Food, Housing and Economic Security
African Bridge Network
Black Economic Justice Institute, Inc.
Center for Cooperative Development & Solidarity
Food Link, Inc
Lynn United for Change Empowerment Project
New England United 4 Justice
Organizing and Support for Immigrants & Refugees
Brazilian Women’s Group
Community Economic Development Center of SE-MA
Centro Comunitario de Trabajadores
English At Large
Immigrant Family Services Center (IFSI)
Neighbors United for a Better East Boston (NUBE)
The Welcome Project
Violence Prevention, Criminal Justice Reform & Family Outreach
Civil and Human Rights Advocacy and Support
Health Promotion and Accessibility for All
Adaptive Sports New England
Boston Cancer Support
Empowering People for Inclusive Communities
Hands to Heart Center – Yoga for the People
Neighbors Who Care
Our Space Our Place, Inc.
Resilient Sisterhood Project
The Resource & Reclamation Center