Over MAHT's long history, many groups and foundations have funded the organizing efforts to save affordable housing including:
City of Boston Tenant Organizing Program
This program, administered on behalf of the City of Boston's Department of Neighborhood Development,
supports tenant organizing activities in privately owned multifamily rental projects located in the City of
Civic Engagement Initiative
East Canton Preservation Association
Herman & Frieda L. Miller Foundation
The Herman and Frieda L. Miller Foundation supports civic engagement, advocacy, and community organizing in Greater Boston and Eastern Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts Voter Table advances civic access, engagement, and representation to increase resources and power for people of color and working-class people toward achieving a multiracial democracy. The Massachusetts Voter Table is committed to a long-term organizing strategy that advances our vision of a more democratic and equitable society.
Raise Up Massachusetts is a grassroots coalition of community organizations, faith-based groups, and labor unions committed to building an economy that works for all of us.
Every day, the Boston Foundation works closely with nonprofit organizations, philanthropists, civic and business leaders and public officials to build a Greater Boston that works for everyone.
We strive to increase economic, racial and social justice and power within low-income communities in Boston and Chelsea, MA.
Deeply committed to social justice and to the fundamental rights and dignity of all people, the Lenny Zakim Fund helps to change the course of people’s lives.