Many small nonprofits with innovative solutions to challenging social issues need resources and support to scale their work. SIF offers a collaborative community and shared workspace where mission-driven organizations connect, learn, and grow. Sponsoring coworking membership provides local nonprofits with basic office amenities and access to workshops, trainings, peer-to-peer network building, mentoring and other support to help them grow.
Many of the most innovative solutions to greater Boston's most challenging social issues come from small, grassroots organizations led by local leaders. These leaders need a range of support -- from office space, to mentoring, to connections to the philanthropic community -- in order to grow and develop their organizations and scale their work and their impact.
Sponsoring coworking memberships at the Social Innovation Forum (SIF) allows smaller, more grassroots organizations to take advantage of the benefits of being part of the SIF collaborative and coworking community. Sponsoring coworking membership for local nonprofits provides them with basic office amenities as well as access to workshops, trainings, peer-to-peer network building, and other events and activities to connect more deeply with Boston's philanthropic and social sector leaders.
Helping to build the capacity of local nonprofit organizations has a ripple effect throughout the greater Boston region. As these organizations grow and evolve, they have an even greater impact on their key issue areas. Ultimately, supporting groups in this way is a path to creating a healthier and more equitable greater Boston.