ESC Clients

ESC is honored to have worked with so many amazing nonprofits in FY16 and FY17. Each client is unique, representing everything from an all-volunteer neighborhood food security initiative to a multi-site human service organization serving over 10,000 families across Massachusetts. Through four main programs, ESC helps nonprofits to reach their full potential and maximize their positive impact in the community.

15-40 Connection F

51 Walden C

Abbot Public Library C

ActonTV C

Agassiz Baldwin Community C F

Agassiz Baldwin Community – Living Well Network C

Arlington Food Pantry C

The Art Connection C F


Beacon Hill Civic Association C

Bellingham Council on Aging D

Belmont World Film I

Berklee College of Music C

Bessie Tartt Wilson Initiative for Children C

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/MetroWest, Inc. F

Bikes Not Bombs I

Billerica Council on Aging D

Boston By Foot C

Boston CASA, Inc. C

Boston Center for Adult Education D

Boston Center for the Arts F

Boston College Institute on Aging D

Boston Jewish Film Festival C

Boston Partners in Education F I

Boston Women’s Fund C

The Bostonian Society C

Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston C

Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester C

Cambridge Public Library C

Cambridgeport Coalition C

Casa Myrna Vazquez, Inc. F

CDA Collaborative Learning Projects C

Center for Reconciliation C

Charles River Conservancy C

Children’s Friend, Inc. C F

City of Newton Department of Senior Services D

Community Action, Inc. C F

Community Charter School of Cambridge C

Community Foundation for Nantucket I

Community Health Center Association of Connecticut C

Community Outreach Group for Landscape Design C

Companion Animal Protection Society C

Connected for Life D

CoreNet New England C

Crotched Mountain Foundation F

Dedham Community House C

Disabled American Veterans Department of Massachusetts F

Dreamfar High School Marathon C

Egan Maritime Institute I

Encore Boston Network F

English for New Bostonians C I

Essex County Greenbelt Association C

Ethos C

Facing History and Ourselves C

Families for Depression Awareness C

Family and Children’s Services of Greater Lynn C

Family Continuity C I

Family Nurturing Center of Massachusetts I

Father Bill’s & MainSpring C

Federation of State Physician Health Programs C I

First Literacy, Inc. I

Foodicine Health, Inc. I

Friends of Switzerland, Inc. C

Friends of the Middlesex Fells Reservation C F

Friends of Worcester’s Senior Center F

The Global Institute for the Arts and Leadership F

Gore Place C

Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity F

Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester F

The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts C

Harborlight Nursery School C

Historic Boston, Inc. I

Holbrook Community Access & Media C

House of Possibilities I

The House of the Seven Gables C

Housing Families, Inc. C I

“I Have a Dream” Foundation C

Institute of Professional Practice, Inc.

Jamestown Philomenian Library C

JazzBoston C

Jonnycake Center C

Julie’s Family Learning Program, Inc. C I

Jumpstart C

Justice At Work I

Kennedy-Donovan Center C

Lawrence CommunityWorks C

LEAP for Education C

LifeLinks/The Arc of Greater Lowell I

Little Voices Early Childcare & Education C

Marblehead Community Access Media, Inc. C

Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House C

The Marion Institute I

Massachusetts Association of 766 Approved Private Schools I

Massachusetts Association of Onsite Wastewater Professionals C

Massachusetts Community Media, Inc. (MassAccess) I

Massachusetts Lawyers Concerned For Lawyers C

Massachusetts Nonprofit Network I

Melrose Alliance Against Violence I

Melrose Public Schools Education Stations C


More Than Words C

Mothers for Justice and Equality I

Mystic & Noank Library C

Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter, Inc. F

National Organization for Rare Disorders C

New England Center for Arts and Technology C

New England Forestry Foundation F

New Hampshire Center for Nonprofits F

Nichols House Museum C

Nonviolent Initiative for Democracy C

North Hill Communities, Inc. D

North Shore Community Action Programs, Inc. C

North Shore United Way I

Ocean State Libraries C

Orleans Council on Aging D

Our Space Our Place, Inc. I

Pathways for Change F

Physician Health Services, Inc. F

Piers Park Sailing Center C

Playworks New England F

The Progeria Research Foundation I

Project Gurnet & Bug Lights C

Project New Hope, Inc. C

Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research C F

Quincy Asian Resources, Inc. C F

Rebuilding Together Boston C


Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families C

Rhode Island Library Association C

Rhode Island Medical Society Foundation C

Rhode Island Office of Library and Information Services C

School the World C I

Science Club for Girls C

Seaport TMA C

Self Esteem Boston C

Society for Perioperative Assessment and Quality Improvement C

South Boston Association of Non-Profits C

St. Anthony’s Shrine I

St. George Hellenistic Benevolent Society C

St. Joseph Community Services, Inc. F

St. Joseph Preparatory High School C

Strongwater Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center C

Talking Information Center C

TechSandBox C

Tenacity C

Thrive Support & Advocacy C

Transformative Justice I

Trinity Episcopal Church C

The Trustees of Reservations F

Tufts University School of Medicine C

U.S. Green Building Council Massachusetts Chapter C

United South End Settlements C

Urban Farming Institute Boston I

Victim Rights Law Center C

Vulvodynia Matters C


Wellesley Council on Aging D

Westerly Library & Wilcox Park C

Worcester Elder Affairs D

Worcester Natural History Society dba EcoTarium F

WriteBoston C

Yankee Onsite Wastewater Association C

Youth and Family Enrichment Services C

YWCA Central Massachusetts F

Zoo New England C


C = ESC Consulting

F = ESC Fellowship

I  = ESC Institute

D = ESC Discovery

Read our featured Client Stories:

  • Seeding Labs
    Articulating the vision, business planning and coaching to hire the right team led to exponential growth for a start-up on the cutting edge of global discovery.
  • Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust
    Ambitiously trying to protect more land and increase donor presence, ESC helped a new committee raise awareness of their goals and increase the number of donors by 20%.
  • Hanover Theatre
    Creating a new script for the leadership of a regional theatre company.
  • Seacoast Science Center
    ESC makes a splash in giving new life to the Seacoast Science Center.
  • Talking Information Center
    Facing changes to their government funding source, TIC turned to ESC to help develop a new strategic plan to grow revenue, strengthen the board, and help them prepare for a leadership transition.
  • White Birch Community Center
    With recent leadership changes, ESC helped develop a strategic plan to ensure long-term stability while introducing new, innovative programs.
  • Cambridge Community TV
    Channeling Success at a nationally recognized award-winning community media center, CCTV partnered with ESC to carry out a series of planning and operational projects over a five year period.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness New Hampshire
    ESC developed strategic initiatives to raise awareness for mental health and ultimately improving the lives of others.
  • Harbor Homes
    ESC was the catalyst for change as Harbor Homes incorporated new technological initiatives to better meet their mission of providing services to the homeless and mentally ill.
  • Squam Lakes Natural Sciences Center
    ESC helped SLNSC explore opening a nature preschool to expand their ability to reach young children and possibly to provide additional income within the context of the organization’s mission.
  • Family Continuity
    ESC worked with Family Continuity to strengthen its Board and set the stage for a new strategic planning process, leading to financial stability and sustainability for the future.