For A Day Foundation

Brooklyn, NY


For over 20 years, For a Day Foundation (FADF) has brighten the spirits of children with cancer and other serious illnesses, by providing in-person, much-needed diversions from the strain of chronic treatment. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all in-hospital visits are currently suspended. As a result, FADF is now shipping STEAM activity kits directly to partner facilities. The single use kits provide children in the hospital with projects to engage their imagination and promote education through play. The kits are appreciated by parents as well, who are supporting their child’s remote learning while also managing their treatment. Since June, FADF has sent over 400 activity kits. This grant will help them maintain regular shipments of kits to partner facilities for the rotating pediatric population. Thank you FADF,  for supporting and enriching the lives of these children!

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Whatcom Family YMCA

Bellingham, WA


The Whatcom Family YMCA is a stable and integral part of the community, supporting the needs of families and children.  When the COVID-19 crisis began in March, the Whatcom Family YMCA provide much needed child care for families of the essential, critical workers on the frontlines. And now, as schools turn to remote learning, the Y is offering all day assisted care and learning for children across Whatcom County.  Scholarship are available for those in need, to ensure students are safe while their parents work.  The Y has recently launched Y-Fi, a program that offers free WiFi at their downtown site for school children and families without adequate internet at home. This grant will help offset the cost of providing these programs that support the safety and education of children in the community. Thank you Whatcom Family YMCA!


Seattle, WA


The Treehouse mission is to give kids in foster care a childhood and a future. This Seattle organization addresses the unique educational needs of youth in foster care, through a combination of programs that meet basic material needs, fund extracurricular and school activities, and provide individualized coaching and support for academic success and the transition to adult independence. Treehouse collaborates with social workers, schools, community organizations, and policymakers to improve outcomes for youth in foster care and support policies that promote their well-being. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Treehouse has created flexible solutions to ensure youth and young adults are supported.  This grant will help ensure that youth in foster care are able to fully participate in school, whether online or in the classroom.

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glassybaby baby grants are awarded every month, to 3 non-profits.

To nominate an organization, follow these steps:

step 1
Post a picture to facebook or instagram, and nominate a deserving nonprofit. In your post, tell us (in 200 words or less) why the non-profit you’re nominating deserves a little more light. Make sure to tag your post with #glassybabybabygrants and mention us @glassybabyfoundation.

step 2
Send a copy of your nomination to

Nominations will be reviewed at the end of each month. Three organizations will be selected to receive the $5000 baby grants. 

Nominations should be 200 words or less, and should describe:

1. How the organization’s work furthers the giving mission
2. An example of the organization’s impact
3. Your relationship to the organization

Winners will be announced on our website, during the first 10 days of the following month.

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