Domain’s 2022 MyCommunity program provides quarterly donations, volunteer support, and advocacy to 21 nonprofit organizations. All partners work across four philanthropic pillars: support of vulnerable populations, environmental justice, food equity, and social justice. Here are 2022’s partners:
NEW ORLEANS, LA
Green Light New Orleans educates New Orleanians about sustainable practices that create environmental change. These initiatives include the installation of free energy-efficient light bulbs, rain barrels, and backyard vegetable gardens.
Innocence Project New Orleans (IPNO) frees innocent people sentenced to life in prison. They support clients living well and fully in the world after their release. They advocate for sensible criminal justice policies that reduce wrongful convictions.
NOLAvate Black is committed to shifting power toward racial equity and inclusion to build a sustainable and accessible technology ecosystem in the Greater New Orleans Region. They offer a safe community for Black professionals and entrepreneurs in the emerging technology sector to build collective capacity.
Ronald McDonald House of South Louisiana (RMHC-SLA) provides comfort, care, and support to families of pediatric patients. RMHC-SLA partners with local children’s health care providers to keep families together and near the medical care their ill or injured children need.
The Roots of Music empowers the youth of New Orleans through music education, academic support, and mentorship while preserving and promoting the unique musical and cultural heritage of New Orleans. They serve kids ages 9-14 from low-income households and provide students with hot meals and round-trip transportation to reduce common barriers to participation.
Second Harvest Food Bank leads the fight against hunger in South Louisiana by providing food access, advocacy, education, and disaster response. In South Eastern Louisiana they provide food and support to 700+ community partners and programs across 23 parishes.
SOUL (Sustaining Our Urban Landscape) is an environmental nonprofit dedicated to reducing stormwater runoff, pollution, air temperatures, subsidence, and improving community health through the reforestation of New Orleans. SOUL plants, maps, and tracks thousands of large, native trees.
Dress for Success empowers women to achieve economic independence through support services, professional attire, and development tools. Dress for Success programs furnishes clients with confidence and knowledge.
Since 1988, Rebuilding Together New Orleans has worked to repair homes, revitalize communities, and rebuild lives. RTNO believes that everyone has the right to live in a safe and healthy house. Their goal is to improve the quality of life for low-income homeowners, particularly those who are elderly, disabled, veterans, or single heads of households with young children in the home.
NEW YORK, NY
God’s Love We Deliver (GLWD) supports New Yorkers in all five boroughs living with HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other serious illnesses through alleviating malnutrition and hunger. GLWD’s volunteers prepare and deliver nutritious, high-quality custom meals at no cost to those who cannot prepare food for themselves.
New York Common Pantry (NYCP) reduces hunger and promotes dignity, health, and self-sufficiency. NYCP works toward the reduction of food insecurity through an array of programs distributing fresh food pantry packages and hot meals. Supplemental food is provided to seniors along with case management services and homeless visitors are connected to resources.
North Brooklyn Angels addresses the hunger and meal gap for New Yorkers living in North Brooklyn neighborhoods.
Rethink recovers nutritious excess food from restaurants, grocery stores, and corporate offices throughout New York City. This food is made available as catering for nonprofits, meals for soup kitchens, and to families in need. Rethink uses food as a tool to promote poverty solutions and participate in nutrition education.
The Ali Forney Center (AFC) is the nation’s largest and most comprehensive provider of services for homeless LGBTQ youth. AFC provides a continuum of comprehensive services designed to not only help young people heal from the harms of homelessness and family rejection but to offer youth the tools they need to rebuild their lives.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) provides health services, education, and research to our Brooklyn community. The WIC program (Women, Infants, and Children) supports the needs of mothers and young children at 7 locations in Brooklyn. The program’s purpose is to safeguard the health of low-income pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5, who are at nutritional risk. This is done by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, including breastfeeding promotion and support, and referrals to health care.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Odyssey House is the leading and most respected substance use treatment center in the state of Utah. Odyssey House operates the largest continuum of care for people to affordably and safely access services in multiple settings and at any level of need.
The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Intermountain Area (RMHC) is to surround families with the support they need to be near to and care for their seriously ill or injured children. RMHC provides a home-away-from-home to ease daily burdens and empower families of hospitalized children.
The Utah Food Bank works tirelessly to make an impact and fulfill its mission of fighting hunger statewide. Through a network of 182 partner agencies located in all 29 counties, the food bank distributes food free-of-charge to partner agencies and offers direct service programs to help the most vulnerable populations in our state – children, and seniors.
The Green Urban Lunch Box is a food justice nonprofit organization that empowers people to connect to their food and community by revitalizing urban spaces and building a resilient food culture. They envision a strong network of communities centered on the cultivation of food.
Equality Utah works to secure equal rights and protections for LGBTQ Utahns and their families. They work to create a fair and just Utah through advocacy, policy change, trainings, forums, and events statewide.
Spy Hop’s mission is to mentor young people in the digital media arts to help them find their voice, tell their stories, and be empowered to affect positive change in their lives, their communities, and the world. Spy Hop offers hands-on project-based programming in film, audio, music, and design in Salt Lake City and across the state of Utah for students of all skill levels and aspirations.