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MAPS depends on a variety of sources to help support its programs and services to the community. The following is a list of our most recent major funders:

 

Public Grants & Contracts

Foundations & Corporations

Boston Public Health Commission/Infectious Disease Bureau
Boston Public Health Commission/Ryan White CARE Act
Boston Community Development Block Grant
Cambridge Community Development Block Grant
Government of Portugal
Regional Government of the Azores
Lowell Community Development Block Grant
Mass. Behavioral Health Partnership (MBHP)
Mass. Executive Office of Public Safety/VAWA
Mass. Dept. of Public Health/Bureau of Infectious Disease
Mass. Dept. of Public Health/Bureau of Substance Abuse Services
Mass. Dept. of Public Health/Bureau of Family and Community Health
Mass. Dept. of Children and Families
Mass. Office for Refugees and Immigrants
Mass. Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA)
Mystic Valley Elder Services
Somerville Affordable Housing Trust Fund
Somerville- Cambridge Elder Services
Somerville Community Development Block Grant
US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
US Dept. of Justice Office on Violence Against Women
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
Cambridge Community Foundation
Bushrod H. Campbell & Adah F. Hall Charity Fund
Joe & Dorothy Chaves Foundation
The Klarman Family Foundation
Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation
The Charles H. Farnsworth Trust / U.S. Trust / Bank of
America Private Wealth Management
Americo J. Francisco Charity Fund & Elder’s Fund
Americo J. Francisco Charitable Trust
The Fish Family Foundation
Neighborhood Health Plan
Theodore Edson Parker Foundation
Project Citizenship
Rockefeller Philanthropies/JB Fernandes Trust
John H. and H. Naomi Tomfohrde Foundation
United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley

MAPS has received additional funding from contributions to our Endowment Funds, Annual Awards Gala, Annual Holiday Appeals, Individual and Organizational Memberships, and other sources.