Harlem Mothers & Fathers S.A.V.E. is a grass-roots movement advocating for victims and families of victims of gun violence since 2006.
Organizing marches, holding town hall meetings, and educating youth are primary activities aimed at putting an end to senseless gun violence. In partnership with local, city, and state officials and agencies, as well as other community leaders, youth are given strong foundations and senses of self worth.
By enabling youth to be role models and providing support and services to individuals suffering from trauma due to gun violence, Harlem Mothers & Fathers Save is strengthening local communities and fighting for large-scale change.
The Wild Salmon Center fought to stop Pebble Mine and achieve permanent protection for Bristol Bay watershed and the 60 million wild salmon that return to this habitat every year.
The glassybaby foundation is proud to support giving partners promoting hope and healing for people, animals, and the planet. Check out wildsalmoncenter.org to learn more about their work and sign up for their newsletter and advocacy opportunities.
glassybaby foundation will support humanitarian and medical efforts in Ukraine, beginning with grants to Doctors Without Borders, Sunflower of Peace, and International Medical Corps. We give in support of hope and healing for all. Thank you for being part of our giving community, let's continue to share and spread light.
for hope and healing
The glassybaby baby grants support nonprofits aligned with our mission: hope and healing for people, animals or the planet.
To nominate an organization, use the link below
or, send an email to:
Please provide the name of the non-profit and tell us why you appreciate the work they do.
Two $5000 baby grants are awarded each month.
Nominations must be received by the 28th of the month to be considered.
Our #SpreadTheLove initiative in February honored the hard work and dedication of glassybaby employees by inviting them to nominate their favorite non-profits for glassybaby foundation grants. The following organizations were nominated by glassybaby team members and will receive grants from our foundation:
• Northwest Immigrant Rights Project • COPD Foundation • Step by Step Family Support Center
• Monterey Bay Aquarium • K9s For Warriors • Open Arms Perinatal Services •
• The Dougy Center • Diabetes Research Connection • Seattle Humane Shelter and Foster Care • Red Cross International • Days for Girls • Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center • Ballard Food Bank • Chad's Legacy Project • Mary's Place Seattle • Simple and Just • MAIA Impact School• Child Foundation • Yellowstone Forever • Dream Center • Rainier Valley Foodbank •
• Pride Foundation • Treehouse • Ocean Conservancy • Fences For Fido• Hilltop Artists • Chief Seattle Club • Rogue Valley Mentoring • PV Volunteers, Inc. • Bainbridge Island Japanese American Memorial • UW Foundation Sleep Apnea Research Fund • Kenya Keys • Clackamas Women's Services • Washington Women in Need • Pink Lemonade Project • Jubilee Women's Center • Team Survivor Northwest • Three Little Pitties Rescue • Alzheimers Disease Association Inc. • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society • NW Association for Blind Athletes • Seattle Clemency Project • Together We Rise • Providence General Foundation • NW Community Bail Fund • I Heart Downtown Seattle • I Support The Girls • Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group • Tilth Alliance • GLSEN Inc. • Make-A-Wish Foundation • NRDC • Island Senior Resources • NW Sarcoma Foundation • Albertina Kerr • Wounded Warrior Project • King County Library System Foundation • Geex Inc. • Mercy Ships • OSL Serves • Camp Korey • St. Jude Hospital • NAACP Legal and Educational Fund • Teen Feed Seattle • Athletes for Kids • Potter League for Animals • Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project • Charity:Water • Weathersfield School • Outdoors for All • COLA
highlighting our partners
We are proud to continue to support Northwest Harvest, a partner since 2013. In coordination with other hunger relief organizations, they are using more mobile units to deliver ready-to-eat meals, shelf stable food boxes and emergency food boxes to communities throughout Washington. To adhere to COVID-19 restrictions and safety requirements, they converted the SODO Community Market into a curbside grocery bag pick-up facility. Northwest Harvest also serves as an essential community resource, providing information for those in need of food and for those wanting to help.