the glassybaby white light fund donates $223,400 to 13 nonprofits across the country

the glassybaby white light fund donates $223,400 to 13 nonprofits across the country

Recent grants selected by the glassybaby white light fund board: 


Collegiana Hospitality House

Grant: $50,000

Location: Seattle, Washington

Mission: As the University of Washington Medical Center's hospitality house, Collegiana provides a welcoming environment with affordable lodging for patients and their families.

Our donations support oncology patients by covering the cost of lodging and transportation while they are receiving treatment.

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Save the Elephants

Grant: $60,000

Location: Kenya, Africa

Mission: To secure a future for elephants, Save The Elephants is pioneering a new way to protect elephants through their Elephants and Bees Project.

We are the project's major sponsor which uses protective beehive fences to reduce conflict between rural farmers and crop-raiding elephants.

Bridge the Gap College Prep

Grant: $25,000

Location: Marin County, California

Mission: Providing academic enrichment and empowering youth in order to change the cycle of poverty in the Marin City area.

 Food for Life 

Grant: $15,000

Location: San Francisco, California

Mission:  To bring about peace and prosperity in the world through the liberal distribution of pure plant-based meals prepared with loving intention. 

Their projects include health education, eco-farming, schooling, animal rescue, animal care, and to educate patients and families on the importance of food nutrition for healing.

Lummi Youth Academy

 Pilchuck Glass School Program 

Grant: $10,900

Location: Stanwood, Washington

Mission:  Pilchuck Glass School’s mission is to foster and educate a worldwide community that explores the creative use of glass in art and design.

This free program will allow 12 Native American youth from Lummi Youth Academy to participate in an immersive, overnight glass art experience at Pilchuck Glass School. The Academy serves Native American youth from both the Lummi Tribe and other Native American tribes.

The San Francisco Free Clinic


Grant: $10,000

Location: San Francisco, California

Mission: To provide free, accessible medical treatment to the uninsured while advancing the field of primary care by providing educational opportunities for future medical practitioners.

Brotherhood Sister Sol 

Grant: $10,000

Location: Manhattan, New York

Mission: To provide comprehensive, holistic and long-term support services to youth.

They are "finding relevant solutions to the desperate situations facing our young people in the community." -Danny Glover

Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E.

Grant: $10,000

Location: Harlem, New York

Mission: To prolong life among New York City's youth by preventing gun violence and its social causes and costs through activism, education, and victim services.

Love Your Brain 

Grant: $10,000

Location: White River Junction, Vermont

Mission: Traumatic brain injury recovery through yoga, retreats, and other holistic support. 

Einstein Rising 

Grant: $10,000

Location: Bellevue, Washington and Kampala, Uganda

Mission: To provide business development services to Africa’s social entrepreneurs. 

Einstein Rising acts as a business accelerate for entrepreneurs who want to solve a social problem, protect the planet and make a financial profit.

Hour Children 

Grant: $10,000

Location: Long Island City, New York

Mission: To help incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children successfully rejoin the community, reunify with their families, and build healthy, independent, and secure lives. 

Girl Rising

Grant: $7,500

Location: New York City

Mission: To change the way the world values girls and to ensure girls everywhere can be full and equal participants in society.


Horizons at Dedham Country Day School

Grant: $5,000

Location: Dedham, Massachusetts

Mission: A tuition-free, summer academic enrichment program for low-income kids from Boston and Dedham.

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