2022 Grants


We continue to support organizations increasing access to healthy foods, advancing healthy aging and promoting behavioral health—and to prioritize community-led solutions and work that addresses systemic inequities.

Point32Health Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. 

Schedule time with us so we can learn more about your work and explore possibilities for moving forward together.

 

Connecticut
 

Black Infinity Collective (New Haven)
One-year general operating support grant for $50,000
A freedom fighting, movement-building organization dedicated to healing and liberation for all Black people (formerly known as CT Core-Organize Now!).

City Seed (New Haven)
Two-year general operating support grant for $50,000 
Engaging the community in growing an equitable, local food system that promotes economic growth, community development and sustainable agriculture.​

Connecticut Area Agencies on Aging 
One-year grant for $300,000 
To support the five Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) in Connecticut on an “Aging Answers” initiative to align and coordinate systems and services to create a statewide network that is more accessible to older residents and their families.

FEED Center (Bridgeport)
Three-year general operating support grant for $90,000
Building on earlier Foundation funding to support the FEED Mobile Marketplace, increasing access to fresh, local and healthy food for those experiencing economic uncertainty.

Health Equity Solutions (Hartford)
One-year general operating support grant for $75,000
Promoting policies and practices for equitable health care access, delivery and outcomes for all people in Connecticut.

Maine
 

Cumberland County Food Security Council (Yarmouth)
Two-year general operating support grant for $60,000
Facilitating collaborative effort toward a just, resilient and sustainable food system that ensures equitable access for all people to enough healthy food.

Foundation for a Strong Economy (d/b/a Focus Maine) (Augusta)
One-year grant for $50,000
To promote diversity, equity and inclusion in FocusMaine’s talent development and food programs.

Maine Equal Justice (Augusta)
One-year general operating support grant for $25,000
Civil legal aid and economic justice organization increasing economic security, opportunity and equity for people in Maine. 

Maine Initiatives (Portland)
One-year general operating support grant for $75,000
Connecting and engaging people around racial, social, economic and environmental justice in Maine. 

Resources for Organizing & Social Change (Augusta)
One-year general operating support grant for $25,000
Building and supporting a movement for nonviolent social change that will educate, activate and empower people in Maine through grassroots community organizing. 

Massachusetts


The Boston Foundation (Boston)
One-year general operating support grant for $500,000
​Four equity funds at The Boston Foundation each received $125,000. The Asian Community Fund, the Equality Fund, the Latino Equity Fund and the New Commonwealth Racial Equity and Social Justice Fund are led by and support priorities identified with the communities served.

Coastal Foodshed (New Bedford)
Three-year general operating support grant for $90,000
Building on earlier Foundation funding to support the Coastal Foodshed's mobile market, increasing access to fresh, local and healthy food for those experiencing economic uncertainty.

Conservation Law Foundation (Boston)
One-year grant for $30,000
To complete their Healthy Retail and Commerce Fund pilot addressing food access and other community needs.

Dismas House (Worcester) 
One-year general operating support grant for $15,000
To increase healthy food production as part of the Worcester Youth Hunger Initiative.   

Growing Places (Leominster)
Three-year grant for $177,293
To support Local Food Works (LFW), a regional coalition convened by Growing Places that includes 80+ diverse food system stakeholders in North Central Massachusetts.

Health Care For All (Boston)
One-year grant for $40,000
To support an initiative to identify the significant barriers facing older immigrants when accessing health care and potential solutions.

​Massachusetts Food System Collaborative 
One-year general operating support grant for $70,000
Supporting collective action and advocacy toward an equitable, sustainable, resilient and connected local food system in Massachusetts.

Mill City Grows (Lowell)
Two-year general operating support grant for $75,000
Fostering food justice that improves physical health, economic independence and environmental sustainability in Lowell.

Three Sisters Garden Project, Inc. (Ipswich)
Two-year general operating support grant for $40,000
Increasing access to local, healthy food in Essex County.

Thrive Support & Advocacy (Marlborough)
One-year grant for $15,000
To develop a specialized food pantry designed to address dietary needs of people with developmental or intellectual disabilities and their families in the Worcester area.

Urban Farming Institute (Mattapan)
Two-year general operating support grant for $75,000
Promoting urban farming in communities of color and engaging community residents in growing food and building a healthy community.

New Hampshire
 

New Hampshire Hunger Solutions (Concord)
Two-year general operating support grant for $80,000
Promoting system changes that improve access to nutritious food and address root causes of hunger in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation (Concord)
One-year general operating support grant for $75,000
Helping to seed newly established Racial Justice Fund, a community-advised fund to advance racial justice in New Hampshire. 

Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success (Manchester)
Three-year general operating support grant for $90,000
Supporting the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success' (ORIS) mobile market, improving access to fresh, local and healthy food for those experiencing economic uncertainty.

YWCA New Hampshire (Manchester)
One-year grant for $25,000
Eliminates racism, empowers women, and promotes peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. 

Victory Women of Vision (Manchester)
One-year general operating support grant for $25,000
Encouraging, empowering and nurturing immigrant and refugee families to thrive by embracing their cultural heritage as they build their new lives.

Rhode Island
 

AMOR Coalition (Pawtucket)
One-year general operating support grant for $25,000
An alliance of community-based grassroots organizations mobilizing at the intersections of race, class, gender, sexual orientation and immigration status to prevent, respond to and end state violence against our community. 

Center for Southeast Asians (Providence)
One-year general operating support grant for $25,000
Promoting the prosperity, heritage and leadership of Southeast Asians in Rhode Island.

RIALA Senior Living Institute (East Providence)
One-year grant for $10,000
To make Rhode Island’s assisted living facilities more welcoming and supportive, especially for older LGBTQIA+ adults.

SISTA Fire (Providence)
One-year general operating support grant for $75,000
Co-creating a network of women and non-binary people of color to build our collective power for social, economic and political transformation.