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MIRA COALITION MEMBERS
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Statewide
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African Bridge Networkhttp://africanbn.org/The African Bridge Network (ABN) is a 501(c)3 organization that aims to create a supportive community that enables African immigrants in Massachusetts to leverage their qualifications and experiences in order to maximize their potential. Newton02465
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American Friends Service Committeehttps://www.afsc.org/office/cambridge-maAFSC is a Quaker organization founded in 1917. It was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1947 for its work with refuges and displaced persons during World War II. AFSC works on socio-economic issues including prison abolishment, immigration justice, and international peace.Cambridge02140
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ACLU of Massachusetts, Inc.https://www.aclum.orgThe ACLU of Massachusetts—a private, nonpartisan organization with more than 82,000 supporters across the Commonwealth and over 100,000 online activists—is a state affiliate of the national ACLU. We defend the principles enshrined in the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights, as well as the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.Boston02110
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ADL New Englandhttps://newengland.adl.orgADL fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all. ADL’s New England Regional Office serves Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.Boston02108
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American Jewish Committeehttps://www.ajc.orgAJC's mission is to enhance the well-being of the Jewish people and Israel, and to advance human rights and democratic values in the United States and around the world.Boston02109
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Asian American Civic Associationhttps://aaca-boston.orgThe Asian American Civic Association provides limited English speaking and economically disadvantaged people with education, occupational training and social services enabling them to realize lasting economic self-sufficiency. AACA has served and advocated for the needs of immigrants and other economically disadvantaged people since 1967.Boston02111
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Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK)https://www.atask.org/ATASK is a community organization serving pan-Asian survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence. We provide services in Greater Boston and Greater Lowell and offer limited assistance in other cities throughout Massachusetts and New England. We currently provide services in 18 Asian languages and dialects. Our mission is to prevent domestic and intimate partner violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivors. ATASK is committed to serving survivors of domestic violence representing all ages, ability levels, education levels, race, national origin, cultures, religions, gender identities, and sexual orientations.
Boston & Lowell
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Center for American Islamic Relationshttps://www.cairma.orgThe Council on American-Islamic Relations – Massachusetts (CAIR-MA) is a chapter of America’s largest Muslim civil rights organization. CAIR-MA’s mission is to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims and build coalitions that promote social justice and mutual understanding.Boston02111
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First Literacy
https://firstliteracy.org/
First Literacy creates life-changing educational opportunities for adults throughout Massachusetts. Through our program grants, free teacher workshops, and student scholarships, First Literacy reaches approximately 5000 adult learners and 250 teachers in 150 programs across Massachusetts every year.Boston02116
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Heath Care For All (HCFA) Massachusettshttps://www.hcfama.orgHealth Care For All advocates for health justice in Massachusetts by working to promote health equity and ensure coverage and access for all. Health Care For All takes a unique approach, leveraging direct service, policy development, coalition building, community organizing, public education and outreach to achieve our mission. Boston02110
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International Institute of New Englandhttps://iine.org/The mission of the International Institute of New England is to create opportunities for refugees and immigrants to succeed through resettlement, education, career advancement and pathways to citizenship.Boston02116
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Jane Doe Inc.https://janedoe.orgJane Doe Inc., The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence (JDI) brings together organizations and people committed to ending sexual assault and domestic violence and creating a more just and equitable world.JDI advocates for responsive public policy, promotes collaboration, raises public awareness, and supports our member organizations to provide comprehensive prevention and intervention services. Boston02111
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Lawyers for Civil Rightshttp://lawyersforcivilrights.org/Lawyers for Civil Rights fosters equal opportunity and fights discrimination on behalf of people of color and immigrants through legal action, education, and advocacy. Boston02110
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Latinos for Educationhttps://www.latinosforeducation.org/Our mission is to develop, place and connect essential Latino leaders in the education sector. We are building an ecosystem of Latino advocates by infusing Latino talent into positions of influence.Boston02111
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Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corpshttps://www.macdc.orgMACDC is a membership organization that seeks to build and sustain a high performing and adaptive community development sector that is supported by private and public investment and sound public policies. We advance racial and economic equity by creating healthy communities where everyone lives in housing they can afford, benefits from economic opportunities and can fully participate in the civic life of their community.Boston02108
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Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Inc.https://www.mlri.orgMassachusetts Law Reform Institute (MLRI) provides statewide advocacy and leadership in advancing laws, policies, and practices that secure economic, racial, and social justice for low-income people and communities.Boston02108
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Massachusetts Parents Unitedhttps://www.maparents.orgNow with the active engagement of over 7,000 members, MPU has become the largest urban parent advocacy organization in the Commonwealth.Boston02109
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Massachusetts Senior Care Associationhttps://www.maseniorcare.orgWe provide legislative advocacy, regulatory guidance, data analysis and continuing education for long term care providers. Our Associate Members provide valuable goods and services to members and are an integral part of our community.Waltham02453
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Massachusetts Association for Community Action (MASSCAP)https://www.masscap.orgThe Massachusetts Association for Community Action (MASSCAP) is the statewide association of the 23 Community Action Agencies (CAAs) operating in Massachusetts. Through programs such as Head Start, job training, housing, food banks, energy assistance, and financial education, Community Action Agencies tailor their services to meet the needs of the individuals and communities they serve. Boston02111
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OXFAM Americahttps://www.oxfamamerica.orgOxfam provides grants and technical support to local organizations around the world. Local to global, Oxfam also uses advocacy to tackle the systems, policies, and practices that keep people trapped in poverty. Boston02114
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Massachustts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers (MAPS)https://www.maps-inc.orgWe work with and for the Brazilian, Cabo Verdean, Portuguese and other Portuguese-speaking communities to increase access and remove barriers to health, education and social services through direct services, advocacy, leadership and community development.
Cambridge02139
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Massachusetts Baptist Multicultural Ministry (MBMM)https://www.mbmm.org/Massachusetts Baptist Multicultural Ministry’s mission is simple, we call it our ‘ACE’: to advocate, celebrate, and empower the new American by helping with critical needs like translating, helping file state, federal, employment, legal and health care documents, provide ESL training, and after-school programs, and opening opportunities to create a context celebrating diversity and inclusion to share their respective cultures and traditions.Lexington02420
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Muslim Justice League
https://www.muslimjusticeleague.org/
Muslim Justice League (MJL)’s mission is to organize and advocate for communities whose rights are threatened under the national security state in the United States. Led by Muslims, our organizing brings justice for ALL communities deemed “suspect.” MJL was founded on the principles that discrimination towards any group endangers the rights of all and that Muslim advocacy is an essential force for promoting justice.Boston02111
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Latinos Unidos en Massachusetts (LUMA)https://www.facebook.com/luma.boston/Latinos Unidos en Massachusetts,(LUMA) has been contributing to the development of our Latin American community through offering Asylum applications, Consular Processing, Employment authorization, Employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions, Family-based petitions, and Naturalization/Citizenship services.Everett02149
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MassCOSHhttp://www.masscosh.org/ MassCOSH unites workers, unions and community groups with environmental and health activists, to end dangerous work conditions, to organize for safe, secure jobs, and to advocate for healthy communities. Through training, technical assistance and building community/labor alliances, MassCOSH mobilizes its members and develops leaders in the movement to end unsafe work conditions. Dorchester02122
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Progressive Massachusetts Inc.https://www.progressivemass.comProgressive Massachusetts is a statewide, diverse grassroots organization committed to a bold, progressive agenda for the Commonwealth.Needham02492
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Greater Boston Area
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Agencia Alpha
http://www.agenciaalpha.org/
Agencia Alpha's mission is to integrate immigrants into the social, political, and economic fabric of society and improving our quality of life in the United States. An immigrant-led, faith-based, grassroots organization, we focus on three areas: legalization & citizenship services, community organizing and leadership development.Boston02118
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Action For Boston Community Development (ABCD)
https://bostonabcd.org/
ABCD is a nonprofit human services organization that each year provides more than 100,000 low income residents in the Greater Boston region with the tools and resources needed to transition from poverty to stability and from stability to success. To fulfill this purpose, ABCD uses a comprehensive approach that systematically addresses the range of barriers faced by households in poverty, from day-to-day crises to longterm needs for jobs and educationBoston02111
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Amplify Latinxhttps://amplifylatinx.coAmplify Latinx is a non-partisan, collaborative movement whose mission is to build Latinx economic and political power by significantly increasing Latinx civic engagement and representation in leadership positions across sectors. Amplify Latinx was launched by the Latina Circle, a Boston-based, non-profit social venture that is advancing Latina leaders across industries into positions of power and influence.Boston02111
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Asian Community Development Corporationhttps://asiancdc.org/The Asian Community Development Corporation (ACDC) works in underserved and immigrant Asian American communities in the Greater Boston region to create and preserve affordable, sustainable, and healthy neighborhoods. We achieve this by building affordable homes and vibrant spaces, empowering families with asset-building tools, and strengthening communities through resident and youth leadership.Boston02111
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Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence
https://www.atask.org/site/
ATASK is a nonprofit, community organization serving pan-Asian survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence. We provide services in Greater Boston and Greater Lowell and offer limited assistance in other cities throughout Massachusetts and New England. We currently provide services in 18 Asian languages and dialects. Our mission is to prevent domestic and intimate partner violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivorsLowell01852
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Boston Area Rape Crisis Center https://barcc.orgFounded in 1973, the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) is the only comprehensive rape crisis center in the Greater Boston area and the oldest and largest center of its kind in New England. Our mission is to end sexual violence through healing and social change. BARCC provides free, confidential support and services to survivors of sexual violence ages 12 and up and their families and friends. We work with survivors of all genders, and our goal is to empower survivors to heal and seek justice in ways that are meaningful to them. We meet the needs of survivors in crisis and long after, and we also assist them as they navigate the health-care, criminal legal, social service, and school systems.Cambridge02139
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Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Centerhttps://bcnc.net/The mission of BCNC is to ensure that the children, youth, and families we serve have the resources and supports they need to achieve greater economic success and social well-beingBoston02111
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Boston Center for Refugee Health & Human Rights
https://www.bcrhhr.org
Our Mission is to provide holistic health care coordinated with social services and legal aid for asylum seekers, refugees, survivors of torture, and their families. We also train professionals to serve this population, conduct research to understand and implement best-practices, and promote health and human rights, locally and globally, to improve the quality of life for survivors of torture and their communities.Boston02118
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Boston Education, Skills & Training (BEST) Hospitality Training https://besthtc.org/The mission of BEST Hospitality Training is to provide individuals with the education, skills and training to excel in the hospitality industry and in their personal lives.Medford02155
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Brazilian Workers Centerhttps://www.braziliancenter.orgFounded in 1995, our mission is to support workers’ struggles in the Greater Boston area around issues of workplace rights and immigration. Through organizing, advocacy, education, leadership, and capacity building, we join immigrant workers and their families in the fight against economic, social and political marginalization and in working to create a more just society.Allston02134
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Brazilian Womens Grouphttp://verdeamarelo.org/bwg/The mission of the Brazilian Women’s Group is to promote political and cultural awareness and contribute to the development of the Brazilian community, open to all interested women.Brighton02135
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Cambridge Community Learning Centerhttps://www.cambridgema.gov/DHSP/programsforadults/communitylearningcenterThe Cambridge Community Learning Center empowers a diverse community of adult learners to transform their lives and realize their potential through education, skills development,and community participation. These services include: English classes Citizenship classes; Basic reading, writing, and math classes; Preparation for the HiSET and GED tests; Preparation for college Workplace Education at MIT; Preparation for careers in Healthcare and Information Technology. The Community Learning Center also offers free educational and career counseling, tutoring, and basic computer instruction.Cambridge02139
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Cambridge Health Alliancehttps://www.challiance.orgCambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is a vibrant, innovative health system that serves everyone in need. With over 140,000 patients in Cambridge, Somerville and Boston’s metro-north region, CHA is passionately local. It provides high quality, essential services like primary care, specialty care, hospital care, emergency services, maternity care and behavioral health in convenient neighborhood locations. CHA patients have seamless access to advanced care for rare or complex conditions at its clinical partners - Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Mass. General Hospital for Children (MGHfC).Cambridge02139
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Casa Myrna
https://www.casamyrna.org/
Casa Myrna is Boston’s largest provider of shelter and supportive services to survivors of domestic violence, providing safety, resources, advocacy and information since 1977. We operate SafeLink, the statewide domestic violence hotline, and promote domestic and dating violence prevention through awareness and education. All of our supports are provided to survivors free of charge.Boston02121
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Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Bostonhttps://www.ccab.org/Catholic Charities of Boston's mission is to build a just and compassionate society rooted in the dignity of all people. In partnership with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, our organization provides family reunification services to unaccompanied immigrant children released from the care of the Office of Refugee Resettlement pending their immigration court proceedings. As a Catholic organization, our faith calls on us to assist these unaccompanied children.Boston02127
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Center for Labor Education and Research (Jobs with Justice)
https://www.massjwj.net/
Massachusetts Jobs with Justice is a coalition of community, faith, and labor groups in Massachusetts organizing working people and allies to fight for the rights of all workers: locally, nationally, and internationally.Jamaica Plain02130
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Chelsea Collaborative
https://www.chelseacollab.org/
The mission of the Chelsea Collaborative is to empower Chelsea residents to enhance the social and economic health of the community and its people; and to hold institutional decision-makers accountable to the community.
Chelsea02150
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Chinese Progressive Association
https://www.cpaboston.org/
The Chinese Progressive Association is a grassroots community organization working for full equality and empowerment of the Chinese community in the Greater Boston area and beyond.Boston02111
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Community Action Agency of Somervillehttps://www.caasomerville.orgCAAS helps local families and individuals achieve financial security while working to eliminate the root causes of economic injustice.Somerville02143
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Cooperative Metroploitan Ministrieshttps://coopmet.orgCMM mobilizes congregations and communities across economic, religious, racial, and ethnic boundaries so that, in partnership, we can work more effectively for a just and peaceful society and for spiritual growth and interfaith understanding.Newton02458
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Dominican Development Centerhttp://www.dominicandevelopmentcenter.orgWe provide immigration referrals, a citizenship class, and advocate for immigrant workers rights.Jamaica Plain02130
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East Boston Ecumenical Comm. Councilhttps://ebecc.org/The East Boston Community Ecumenical Council (EBECC) was founded in 1978 with the mission of promoting racial harmony. Today our community immigrant organization in Boston, MA, promotes the advancement of Latino immigrants of all ages. We do this by way of education, services, advocacy, community organization, and leadership development. Many of our staff members are bilingual and immigrants themselves. They’re well-equipped to improve the lives of others.Boston02128
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Enroothttps://www.enrooteducation.orgOur team of adult mentors, tutors, instructors, and case managers helps empower students through a comprehensive multi-year program that facilitates each student to not only succeed, but fulfill their own American Dream.Cambridge02139
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Greater Boston Legal Services, Inc.https://gbls.org/Our mission is to provide free legal assistance to as many low-income families as possible to help them secure the most basic necessities of life. GBLS plays a unique role in the social service delivery system. It is the agency to which other providers refer clients when no one else can help and legal assistance is needed.Boston02114
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Greenroots, Inc
http://www.greenrootschelsea.org/
GreenRoots is a community-based organization dedicated to improving and enhancing the urban environment and public health in Chelsea and surrounding communities. We do so through deep community engagement and empowerment, youth leadership and implementation of innovative projects and campaigns.
Chelsea02150
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Haitian American Chamber of Commerce massachusetts
http://www.ushaitianchamber.org/
The mission of the U.S. Haitian Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is to promote and empower Haitian American businesses by creating a platform where they can showcase their services to the communities in Massachusetts and beyond.Boston
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Haitian-Americans United (HAU) http://www.hauinc.orgThe Haitian-Americans United, Inc. (H.A.U.) is a non-profit organization founded in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to improve the quality of life for Haitians and Haitian-Americans through education, Community Empowerment and cultural development, using an approach where participation and unity are strongly favored.Mattapan02126
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Health and Law Immigrant Solidarity Networkhttps://www.hlisn.org/HLISN aims to create tools and networks to address the needs of all immigrants, regardless of immigration status, race or ethnicity, gender identity or sexual orientation, religion, or country of origin. We also aim to: Serve as a clearinghouse and promote coordination and distribution of resources and information regarding immigration, health, and the law Keep ourselves, our colleagues, patients, clients, and communities informed regarding immigration policies which impact access to health and other public services ; Develop and promote the importance of mental health resources for those negatively impacted by immigration policies ; Develop medical-legal partnerships and gather, exchange and disseminate best practices in collaborations between the health and legal sectors and our diverse communities ; Promote policies within our local, state, and national institutions to support all residents, regardless of country of origin, race or ethnicity, gender identity or sexual orientation, religion or immigration statusBoston
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Health Law Advocates, Inc.
https://healthlawadvocates.org/
Health Law Advocates (HLA) is a 501(c)(3) public interest law firm whose mission is to provide pro bono legal representation to low-income residents experiencing difficulty accessing or paying for needed medical services. HLA is committed to ensuring universal access to quality health care in Massachusetts, particularly for those who are most at risk due to such factors as race, gender, disability, age, or geographic location. With its partner organization, Health Care For All, HLA combines legal expertise with grassroots organizing and policy reform to advance the statewide movement for universal health care access.Boston02110
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Immigrant Family Services Institute (IFSI)
https://www.ifsi-usa.org/
IFSI's mission is to expedite the successful integration of recent immigrants into the social and economic fabric of the United States with justice and dignity.Roslindale02131
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Iranian Association of Bostonhttps://iaboston.org/The Iranian Association of Boston is dedicated to promoting the cultural and social understanding of Iranian Americans as well as encouraging mutual understanding between Iranian Americans and the community at large in the Boston area.Watertown02471
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Irish International Immigrant Center
https://www.iiicenter.org/
Irish International Immigrant Center's mission is to assist immigrant families from Ireland and from around the world as they integrate into American society. We are a vibrant welcome center that provides legal, education and wellness services, advocates for systemic change, and facilitates cross-cultural community building.Boston02109
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Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston
https://www.jcrcboston.org/
JCRC is a coalition of organizations and individuals that represents and advances the values, interests and priorities of the organized Jewish community in greater Boston. Through our network of agencies, our programs and our partnerships we: Serve as a catalyst for building a strong and vibrant Jewish community in Boston and around the world; Advocate for a safe, secure, Jewish, and democratic state of Israel, and; Promote an American society which is democratic, pluralistic, and just.Boston02110
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Jewish Vocational Service
https://www.jvs-boston.org/
JVS’s mission is to empower individuals from diverse communities to find employment and build careers, while partnering with employers to hire, develop, and retain productive workforces.Boston02110
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Jewish Voice for Peace
https://jewishvoiceforpeace.org/
Jewish Voice for Peace opposes anti-Jewish, anti-Muslim, and anti-Arab bigotry and oppression. JVP seeks an end to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem; security and self-determination for Israelis and Palestinians; a just solution for Palestinian refugees based on principles established in international law; an end to violence against civilians; and peace and justice for all peoples of the Middle East.Jamaica Plain02130
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Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporationhttps://jpndc.org/JPNDC's mission is to transform the lives and amplify the voices of Boston residents who have been excluded from prosperity by an inequitable economic system. We develop affordable housing that allows people to thrive, provide services that help people build on their strengths, and organize people to pursue the changes they desire.Jamaica Plain02130
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Justice Resource Institute, Inc.https://jri.org/JRI offers a range of programs including acute care and juvenile justice, behavioral health clinics and trauma services, specialized in-home and community-based services, academic and threapeutic programming in their residential and day schools, foster care and childhood services, in addition to case management, rental subsidies, legal, and treatment resources to underserved individuals.Needham
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La Alianza Hispanahttps://laalianza.org/La Alianza Hispana’s mission is to improve the lives of the Latino community of Massachusetts. In partnership with the community we serve we provide educational, health, and workforce programs in order to create a society in which all members can realize their fullest potential.Boston02118
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La Communidad, Inchttps://www.lacomunidadinc.orgLa Comunidad's mission is straightforward: full integration of Latino immigrants through citizenship training, adult education, basic social services, and active civic engagement. Everett02149
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Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Social Servicehttps://www.mghpcs.org/socialservice/index.aspMGH Clinical social workers are licensed mental health professionals trained to help people find solutions to many problems- from daily issues to life's most difficult situations. We accomplish this through a unique combination of counseling and direct connection with the network of community resources.Boston02114
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Neighborhood of Affordable Housinghttps://noahcdc.org/NOAH, a community development corporation, promotes equity, community cohesion, environmental justice, and economic resiliency. We increase access to affordable housing, create social and economic opportunities, and empower residents to be leaders of changeBoston02128
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Political Asylum Immigration Representation Project (PAIR Project)
https://www.pairproject.org/
Provides free legal services to asylum seekers, promotes the rights of detained immigrants, "Know Your Rights" presentations, offers a range of legal volunteer opportunies.Boston02114
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Project Bread
http://www.projectbread.org/
Project Bread is committed to preventing and ending hunger in Massachusetts. We provide access to food for people who are hungry today, while we work to break the cycle of hunger through advocacy, education, and community actionBoston02128
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ProGente Connections
https://www.pgcmetrowest.org/
ProGente's mission is to strengthen Brazilian immigrant families and their connection with their communities. We work toward this goal through the following programs: Português Plus classes for children ages 4-14, English Plus (ESL) classes for adults, Immigrant rights education and advocacy, Opportunities for facilitated cross-cultural experienceBoston02111
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Plymouth Congregational Churchhttp://www.plymouthchurch.netOur church welcomes all people in ministry, and we know families come in all shapes and sizes. If you are interested in serving your neighbor and growing in Christ, we want to be your community and friends on that journey. We are a church of all ages, races, orientations and economic backgrounds, and you are welcome here!Belmont02478
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Reach Beyond Domestic Violence, Inc.https://reachma.org/REACH Beyond Domestic Violence is a comprehensive domestic violence service agency serving 7,000 people a year through a combination of intervention and prevention services. Our shelter, 24-hour hotline, and community-based direct services provide domestic violence survivors with the help they need to achieve permanent safety and independence.Waltham02454
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Sisters of Saint Josephhttps://www.csjboston.orgWe are a community of approximately 620 women religious. Originally founded in 1650 in LePuy, France, the Sisters of Saint Joseph came to Philadelphia in 1847. Through our many ministries, including education, social services and parish ministries, “We live and work so that all people may be united with God and with one another.”Brighton02135
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St Mark Community Education Program stmarksesol.orgSt. Mark Community Education Program (SMCEP) provides adult immigrants and their families in Dorchester, MA and surrounding towns with English classes and support in attaining citizenship.Dorchester02124
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Student Clinic for Immigrant Justice (SCIJ)
www.SCIJimmigration.org
To provide representation for all asylum seekers by training college students to become immigration advocates, and to fight for a socially just immigration system and community transformation. Waltham02453
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The Right To Immigrationhttps://www.therighttoimmigration.orgThe Right to Immigration Institute is the only group in the U.S. actively empowering students, community members, and refugees to represent people in asylum, naturalization, and status adjustment cases.. By training these community members so they can become Department of Justice accredited representatives, TRII aims to make sure no one must face the immigration process alone.
Waltham02453
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Whittier Street Health Centerhttp://www.wshc.org/Our mission is to provide high quality, reliable and accessible primary care and support services for diverse populations to promote wellness and eliminate health and social disparitiesRoxbury02132
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Central Massachusetts
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Ascentria Care Alliance
https://www.ascentria.org/
As one of the largest human service organizations in New England, Ascentria Care Alliance empowers people of all backgrounds to rise together and reach beyond life’s challenges. We are creating an innovative human-centered care model to help individuals and families in transition to move forward and thrive – physically, intellectually, socially, spiritually and economically. With many locations throughout the region, Ascentria serves children, youth and families; persons with developmental disabilities and mental illness; refugees, including unaccompanied refugee minors; and older adults. Through productive collaborations and partnerships, we create measurable, positive impact that strengthens and enriches our communities.Worcester1604
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Ascentria Care Alliance Immigration Legal Assistance Program
https://www.ascentria.org/our-services/services-for-new-americans/legal-services
The Ascentria Immigration Legal Assistance Program provides free and low-cost legal services to immigrants in Massachusetts. Our team of legal professionals and lawyers offers legal advice and representation to complete immigration applications and petitions.Worcester1605
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Catholic Charities Worcester
https://www.ccworc.org/
Inspired by the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Church and the pastoral leadership of the Bishop of Worcester, Catholic Charities is committed to meeting the needs of the poor, the homeless and the infirm and to enhancing the quality of life for all. We offer 21 programs and services including Citizenship and Immigration services: Citizenship Assistance and Education Program, ESL/Civics classes, Immigration Services Program (assistance with forms and procedures)Worcester01610
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Community Legal Aid, Inc
https://communitylegal.org/
The mission of CLA is to improve the lives of low-income and elderly people through legal assistance that protects fundamental rights, secures access to basic needs, and challenges policies and practices that harm our clients.Worcester01608
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Jewish Family Service of Metrowesthttps://jfsmw.org/Jewish Family Service of Metrowest (JFS) is a nonprofit, community-based organization dedicated to standing up for those left behind and provides services to over 5,000 people in need within the Metrowest and Greater Boston regions each year, including extended day academic support for low income children, nutrition and basic family assistance for struggling families, citizenship and immigrant programs and geriatric care management and other support services that enable frail older adults to live independentlyFramingham01702
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MAPA Translations & Language Solutions
https://mapatranslation.com/
MAPA Translations & Language Solutions is a full-service agency providing written translation and localization, in person and over the phone interpreter services, and multilingual voice-overs. We have been providing these services for business, academic institutions, and non-profit clients worldwide since we opened our doors in 2007Framingham01702
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Metrowest Legal Services, Inc.
http://www.mwlegal.org/
The mission of MetroWest Legal Services is to provide legal advocacy to protect and advance the rights of the poor, elderly, disabled and other disenfranchised people in our service area and to assist them in obtaining legal, social and economic justice. We help our clients secure access to basic needs and challenge institutional barriers in order to achieve equal justice for all. MWLS’ Immigration Assistance for Victims of Domestic Violence Project represents both documented and undocumented battered immigrants by helping them to obtain or maintain legal immigration status in the United States. We give priority to immigrant victims of domestic violence, whether the domestic violence occurred in the United States or in the immigrant’s country of origin.Framingham01702
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Southeast Asian Coalition of Central Massachusetts
http://www.seacma.org/
The Southeast Asian Coalition is a nonprofit organization that supports, promotes and advocates for the success of the Southeast Asian of Central Massachusetts into mainstream society while maintaining our unique cultural identity. The Southeast Asian Coalition will pursue its mission by: Providing assistance in the area of educational and job training, economic, as well as emotional, social and cultural support to enable Southeast Asians to successfully mainstream into American society; linking the Southeast Asians and the American community; Supporting the Cultural heritage of the different Southeast Asian cultures represented in the Greater Worcester community.Worcester01608
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Unitarian Universalists Mass Action
https://www.uumassaction.org/
Unitarian Universalists Mass Action's mission is to organize and mobilize Unitarian Universalists in Massachusetts to confront oppression. We provide pathways towards justice and identify opportunities in which we can live our values. Regarding immigration, our priorities are to:
- Provide direct support to immigrant families through the network of immigrant accompaniment teams. UU Mass Action engages in building capacity to meet the needs identified by our front line partners.
- Pass legislation that will provide key protections of the rights of immigrant families in Massachusetts.
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Northeastern Massachusetts
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Cambodian Mutual Assistance Agency - CMAA
http://www.cmaalowell.org/wp/
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for Cambodian Americans and other minorities and economically disadvantaged persons in Lowell through educational, cultural, economic and social programs.Lowell01851
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Coalition For A Better ACRE, Inc
https://www.coalitionforabetteracre.org/
The Coalition for a Better Acre is a membership based community development corporation dedicated to resident empowerment and sustainable community revitalization for current and future residents of Lowell and the Merrimack Valley. We promote healthy, vibrant neighborhoods by developing resident leaders, affordable housing and economic opportunities, and by responding to community needs through collective action.Lowell01854
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Greater Lawrence Community Action Councilhttps://www.glcac.org/Greater Lawrence Community Action Council, Inc. opens pathways to stability and prosperity for people in need, and prepares them to make decisions that will positively affect their lives. The Immigration Services Program provides assistance and advocacy for people seeking permanent resident status and United States citizenship. Our trained staff guides low-income clients along every step of the process. Our free services and bilingual staff break down the barriers to citizenship.Lawrence01840
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Lowell Community Health Center
https://www.lchealth.org/
Lowell Community Health Center’s mission is to provide caring, quality and culturally competent health services to the people of Greater Lowell, regardless of their financial status; to reduce health disparities and enhance the health of the Greater Lowell community; and to empower each individual to maximize their overall well being.Lowell01852
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Lowell Alliance (YWCA)
https://www.ywcalowell.org/
YWCA Lowell is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. During our early history, we provided housing and other services to the mill girls. Today we work with Lowell's most vulnerable youth and young adults to build confidence, life management skills, and future leaders who will continue to stand for social justice.Lowell01852
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Northeast Justice Center, LLC
https://www.northeastjusticecenter.org/
Northeast Justice Center helps low-income and elderly people of Northeast Massachusetts obtain justice and empowerment through skillful, creative, and persistent advocacy for systemic change and high-quality individual representation.Lawrence01840
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DOVE, Inc.
http://www.hopedoveinc.org/home.html
Hope DOVE, Inc is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping disabled individuals and those living in extreme poverty so they can have a better quality of life. We focus on providing all possible help that is within our reach.Lowell01852
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Lynn Community Health Inc.
https://www.lchcnet.org/
Lynn Community Health Center is a non-profit, multicultural, community health center. Located in the heart of our community, we are at the center of a larger solution to the healthcare crisis that is facing our nation today. We are recognized as a leader in developing new initiatives that result in high-impact, low cost health care. Our mission is to provide comprehensive health care of the highest quality to everyone in our community, regardless of ability to pay.Lynn01901