Our 2021 Donation Recipients

The Good Boston Living team is honored to make a tradition of year-end donations to nonprofit organizations on behalf of our clients and supporters. This year, we’re donating one percent of our sales revenue. 

After receiving suggestions from our community, we’ve chosen these organizations engaged in the vital work of public health, housing equity, the arts, and climate justice.

We donated 1% of sales in 2021

The Corbett Lab at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

This newly created lab by client and new-to-Boston immunologist and lead Coronavirus vaccine scientist Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, is pushing the forefront of pandemic preparedness and community health education. Our brokerage, Unlimited Sotheby’s International Realty, joins us in making this gift. 

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Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation

JPNDC, a leader in creating affordable homes in Jamaica Plain and providing economic prosperity services to people all over Boston, is building a Center for Equity and Prosperity, a welcoming space where both families and small business owners (primarily women, immigrants, or POC) can learn to build assets and long-term financial security. 

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Alternatives for Community & Environment

Organizing in Roxbury and beyond, ACE builds power among low-income communities with campaigns against environmental racism and for energy-efficient affordable housing, renewable energy, and equitable transit.

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Transgender Emergency Fund of MA

TEF provides critical assistance to low-income transgender people in Massachusetts through homelessness prevention, shelter assistance, nutrition assistance, prescription co-pay assistance, and transportation and escort to medical appointments. 

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The Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts

With a 346-year history, The Eliot School inspires lifelong learning in craft and creativity through classes to people of all ages in woodworking, sewing and yarn, fiber arts, book arts, drawing, painting, photography and other crafts and fine arts––in its historic Jamaica Plain schoolhouse as well as in Boston Public Schools. Melony chairs the Board of Trustees. 

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Black History in Action for Cambridgeport

BHAC promotes programs focused on culture, arts, history, and education for the general public from across Greater Boston, housed at St. Augustine’s African Orthodox Church in Cambridgeport. Community events serve to sustain and revitalize St. Augustine’s as a neighborhood center for assembly, empowerment, and outreach. Melony serves on the Board of Directors. 

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