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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Sustainable Westford

Westford, MA

Sustainable Westford

Sustainable Westford creates opportunities for the community to work toward sustainable practices through its local and sustainable food system, recycling services, and water-bottle filling stations.

South Boston Grows

Boston, MA

South Boston Grows

South Boston Grows works to improve community green space and advance knowledge about growing edible plants in order to increase access to and consumption of fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs.

Charles River Clean Up Boat

Framingham, MA

Charles River Clean Up Boat

This group works to remove floating trash from the Charles River between Watertown and the dam at Boston Harbor.

Neighborhood of Affordable Housing, Inc (NOAH)

Boston, MA

Neighborhood of Affordable Housing, Inc (NOAH)

NOAH collaborates with and supports residents and communities in their pursuit of affordable housing strategies, environmental justice and resiliency, community planning, and leadership development.

Food Link, Inc.

Arlington, MA

Food Link, Inc.

Food Link alleviates hunger, reduces food waste and contributes to environmental sustainability.

National Marine Life Center

Buzzards Bay, MA

National Marine Life Center

The National Marine Life Center rehabilitates and releases stranded marine mammals and sea turtles to advance science and education in marine wildlife health and conservation.

Cape Cod Commerical Fishermen’s Alliance, Inc.

Chatham, MA

Cape Cod Commerical Fishermen’s Alliance, Inc.

Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen’s Alliance seeks to build a healthy marine environment and a better way of managing our fisheries.

Backyard Growers

Gloucester, MA

Backyard Growers

Backyard Growers provides resources and support to establish organic vegetable gardens in housing communities, homes, organizations and schools.

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative

Roxbury, MA

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative empowers Dudley residents to organize, plan for, create and control a vibrant, diverse and high-quality neighborhood in collaboration with community partners.

Better Future Project, Inc.

Cambridge, MA

Better Future Project, Inc.

Better Future Project seeks to build a powerful grassroots movement to address the climate crisis and advance a rapid and responsible transition to renewable energy.

Cape Ann Maritime Partnership

Gloucester, MA

Cape Ann Maritime Partnership

A partnership between members of the NOAA Marine Debris Program, U.S. Coast Guard, Maritime Gloucester, Gloucester’s Clean City Commission, Seaside Sustainability, Inc. and One Ocean One Love Shop, this group seeks to eradicate marine pollution.

Urban Farming Institute of Boston, Inc

Roxbury, MA

Urban Farming Institute of Boston, Inc

This organization promotes and develops urban farming as a creator of green-collar jobs and engages urban communities to build a healthier, more locally based food system.

Make an Impact

Landscaping for Bird Diversity — Grow Native Massachusetts

Event from Grow Native Massachusetts

Waltham, MA, United States

Landscaping for Bird Diversity

Grow Native Massachusetts

Join us to explore how to create landscapes that support bird diversity, including plant selection, planting design, and the importance of understanding ecological processes. We consider the pros and cons of direct human intervention (i.e. bird feeders or houses), and how to support native songbirds over non-native species. Claudia is

Park Cleanup Event — Mystic River Watershed Association

Event from Mystic River Watershed Association

Medford, MA, United States

Park Cleanup Event

Mystic River Watershed Association

Focusing on Medford’s Macdonald Park, this land-based stewardship activity tackles the invasive vine that can kill trees, impair habitat value and degrade park aesthetics. Bring sunblock and water. We will meet at Torbert Macdonald Park in the parking lot by the State Police barracks off of Mystic Valley Pkwy/Route 16.

Beers and Cheers — Mystic River Watershed Association

Event from Mystic River Watershed Association

Everett, MA, United States

Beers and Cheers

Mystic River Watershed Association

The Annex at Night Shift will be full of excellent beer, good friends and live music by Electrolux Combo–all to benefit to the Mystic River Watershed Association. Come out and support efforts to protect and restore our rivers, and learn about great local volunteer opportunities. Tickets are $30. Includes 1

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