Thank you for your support.

MAC does not accept funding from public institutions that would create a conflict-of-interest and compromise our independence or the effectiveness of our advocacy. We therefore rely extensively on the generosity of private foundations and individuals. We thank the many individuals and corporate donors who give so generously to MAC.

Below are a sample of the current and former foundations and other institutional funders that have supported MAC and its programmatic initiatives:

Autism Speaks
C.F. Adams Charitable Trust
Ronald Ansin Foundation
Barr Foundation
Boston Bar Foundation
The Boston Foundation
Boston Opportunity Agenda – Community Mobilizing Fund
J.E & Z.B. Butler Foundation
Alfred E. Chase Charity Foundation, Bank of America, Trustee
Cummings Foundation
DLA Piper Foundation
Equal Justice Works
Foundation M
Gould Charitable Foundation
Hubie Fund
Hyams Foundation
Jason Hayes Foundation
Kenrose Kitchen Table Foundation
Klarman Family Foundation
Nancy Lurie Marks Family Foundation
Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council
Massachusetts Bar Foundation
Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation
Oak Foundation
Edwin Phillips Foundation
Elinor M. Ristuccia Fund
Red Sox Foundation
Schott Foundation
Beverly and Miriam Schwartz
Carl and Ruth Shapiro Foundation
Gardiner Howland Shaw Foundation
United Way of Mass Bay and Merrimack Valley

MAC is an affiliate of United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley.

MAC is part of the state’s civil legal aid system (through the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation) providing statewide advocacy and back-up support on children’s issues.

MAC runs the Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative (TLPI) through a formal partnership with the Harvard Law School.

MAC is the signature pro bono project of DLA Piper Boston and a partner in its Education Rights Project. Through this project, the DLA Piper law firm provides pro bono case representation to selected MAC low-income clients and research, policy analysis and other forms of systemic advocacy in the three areas of statewide special education, autism and Boston.