Below is a list of the 57 organizations that signed on in support of the FY18 campaign.
Check back soon to view a list of endorsements for the FY19 campaign.
ACLU of Massachusetts
Amesbury Council on Aging
Arise for Social Justice
Boston Center for Independent Living
Boston Tenant Coalition
Boys & Girls Club of Lynn
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Council
Catholic Charities North
Casa Myrna Vazquez
Children’s Friend and Family Services
Citizens for Citizens, Inc.
Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association
City Life/Vida Urbana
Community Action Agency of Somerville
Community Action Programs Inter-City, Inc.
Domestic Violence Services Network, Inc.
Family & Children’s Service of Greater Lynn
Girls Incorporated of Lynn
Gregg Neighborhood House Association, Inc.
Harvard Legal Aid Bureau
Health Care for All
Homes for Families
International Institute of New England
Jane Doe, Inc.
Lynn Community Health Center
Lynn Economic Opportunity, Inc.
Massachusetts Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers
Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations
Massachusetts Association for Community Action
Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice
Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
Massachusetts Jobs with Justice
Massachusetts Senior Action Council
My Brother’s Table
Neighbor to Neighbor
On the Rise, Inc.
Pine Street Inn
Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project
Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services
Somerville Homeless Coalition
Southern Middlesex Opportunity Council
Springfield Partners for Community Action
Strategies for Youth
Tenant Advocacy Project, Harvard Law School
Unitarian Universalist Mass. Action Network