The GHP Foundation’s Work Against Covid-19 Pandemic and Racial Injustice in 2020
In 2020, GHP employees and the GHP Foundation have supported important organizations in our community that fight against the broad-based injustices highlighted by the #BlackLivesMatter movement and aim to lessen the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our most vulnerable communities.
Select organizations we have supported:
Exodus Transitional Community Exodus Transitional Community delivers innovative programming tailored to adults and youth affected by the justice system, and advocates for a society in which all can achieve social, economic, and spiritual well-being.
The Black School The Black School’s mission is to promote and extend the legacy of art in Black radical histories by providing innovative education alternatives centered on Black love. Through youth art workshops, community-wide events/programming, and student-staffed art and design studio, The Black School uses art to transform social realities while celebrating Black people's history and the beauty and ingenuity of our ever evolving culture.
Boston Scholarship Fund The City of Boston Scholarship fund is a need-based scholarship that provides up to $10,000 over four years towards tuition, and relies primarily on contributions from individuals, organizations, and corporations to further the goal of having more Boston residents complete a post-secondary education.
Food Bank NYC The Food Bank has been working to end food poverty in NYC’s five boroughs for over 36 years. As the city’s largest hunger-relief organization, we employ a multifaceted approach centered on helping low-income New Yorkers overcome their circumstances and achieve greater independence.
Trevor Project The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.
Color of Change Education Fund Color of Change Education Fund is the nation's largest online racial justice organization. It uses both in-person and online tools and strategies to engage African-Americans in shaping culture, policies, and institutions to better reflect and respond to the needs of their communities, with a special focus on criminal justice reform, economic and media justice, and efforts to build the political influence of Black Americans.
Black Girls CODE Black Girls CODE aims to grow the number of women of color working in technology and give underprivileged girls a chance to become masters of their technological worlds. CODE reaches out to the community through workshops and after school programs.
World Central Kitchen WCK is working across America to safely distribute individually packaged, fresh meals in communities that need support – for children and families to pick up and take home, as well as delivery to seniors who cannot venture outside. WCK is also partnering with restaurants to help meet this demand by providing jobs for their staff and meals for those in need.
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program provides and assures access to quality health care for homeless individuals and families in the greater Boston area.