FY23 Budget Wins

Our Commonwealth’s funding priorities are a reflection of our shared values. Together, we successfully advocated for these critical priorities to ensure all Massachusetts residents can live with more social, economic, and personal security:

  • $1.5 million dollars for the Genocide Education Trust Fund to help implement the law
  • $3 million dollars for Non Profit Security Grants
  • $1.75 million dollars for agencies providing employment support services for immigrants and refugees
  • $1 million dollars for Transition to Work supporting job training for adults with disabilities
  • $5.025 million dollars to support the Secure Jobs Initiative for employment support and job  for homeless or previously homeless families
  • $856,000 dollars to support Jewish human service agencies providing naturally occurring retirement community services and programs (NORC)
  • $500,00 dollars to fund the Bridges to College, providing college prep programming that increases the number of low-income,underrepresented, entry-level adult workers who enter and succeed in postsecondary education.

Together we celebrate our advocacy and our continued commitment to a more just and equitable Commonwealth.