Community of Supporters
At Found in Translation, we believe that “It Takes A Village To Raise An Interpreter".
Our work and the successes of our participants would not be possible without the generosity and collaboration of our Funders, Volunteers and Community Partners.
We are honored to have been supported by so many generous foundations and organizations over the years.
Learn how you can support us by emailing Abigail, our Impact Director, at email@example.com.
The Grinnell Prize
- Kip Tiernan Social Justice Fellowship
Tufts Medical Center
Fish Family Foundation
Roy Hunt Foundation
AC Ratshesky Foundation
Mabel Louise Riley Foundation
Roslyn S. Jaffe Awards
Anna B. Stearns Charitable Foundation
Richard Cornuelle Award
City of Boston
Lincoln and Therese Filene Foundation
Gould Charitable Foundation
BNY Mellon Charitable Foundation
Cabot Family Charitable Trust
The Boston Foundation
Stand Together Foundation
Frontier Co-op Giving Fund of the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation - Aura Cacia Positive Change Project
Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation
Singing for Change
Mifflin Memorial Fund
Massachusetts Medical Society and Alliance
Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation
Tom’s of Maine
East Boston Savings Bank Charitable Foundation
People's United Bank
TD Charitable Foundation
Thomas Anthony Pappas Charitable Foundation
Lenny Zakim Fund
Cambridge Community Foundation
Cambridge Agassiz Harvard Fund
Boeckman Family Charitable Foundation
Meisel Family Foundation
Henry E. Niles Foundation
Red Sox Foundation
Boston Mayor's Office of Immigrant Advancement
Rockland Trust Bank
With a small staff team, our program would not be possible without the support of dedicated individuals serving as mentors, guest speakers and childcare volunteers.
We would like to thank the following organizations for their assistance in recruiting volunteers for our programming:
Found in Translation is truly a community-based organization, working together with organizations across the nonprofit, medical, business and social service sectors to make Boston a better place for all. Our community partners provide us with resources such as classroom space, volunteers, or materials.
Others support our work by hiring our graduates as interpreters or by collaborating with us to spread awareness of our program and recruit applicants.
Key Community Partners
New England Translation Association
Brockton Neighborhood Health Center
Boston Public Libraries
Revere High School
Pathways to Success
Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc.
Cambridge Community Learning Center
Massachusetts General Hospital
Massachusetts Advocates for Children
Greater Boston Legal Services
Office of Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley
Brookline Community Mental Health Center
Cambridge Citywide Senior Center