Each GreenLight organization collects data on its work and the impact on individuals’ lives. We track this data and report progress and outcomes.
children and families served annually
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We search from coast-to-coast to bring the most promising, ground-breaking answers to some of Boston’s most challenging poverty-related issues. Organizations in our portfolio represent the best in their fields – in innovation, measurable results and ability to scale.
Community violence and other stressors create at-risk environments where making positive life choices can feel impossible, particularly for young men from disadvantaged communities. Becoming a Man (BAM) helps these young men navigate difficult circumstances that threaten their future and become positive members of their school and community.
Blueprint Schools Network uses a research-based framework of comprehensive reform strategies to accelerate achievement in the nation’s highest need schools.
CareMessage is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based in San Francisco, CA with a mission to empower healthcare organizations with mobile technologies to improve health outcomes and and reduce the cost of care.
College Advising Corps increases the number of low-income, first generation college and underrepresented students who enter and complete higher education by hiring and training recent college graduates as full-time college advisers.
Family Independence Initiative empowers low-income families to move out of poverty through access to connections, choice and capital. FII invests resources based on the strengths and initiatives families demonstrate toward improving their lives.
Friends of the Children creates generational change by engaging children from high risk-communities in 12 years of transformative mentoring relationships.
New Teacher Center improves student learning by accelerating the effectiveness of new teachers, experienced teachers and school leaders.
Peer Health Exchange gives teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions by training college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack health education.
Raising A Reader is an evidence-based early literacy program that helps families of young children (newborn through age eight) develop, practice and maintain habits of reading together at home.
Single Stop helps low-income individuals persist through college and achieve financial self-sufficiency and economic mobility by providing access to benefits and services.
YVLifeSet provides support to young people who are aging out of foster care by helping them find safe housing, continue education or training, achieve stable employment and build healthy support systems.