Our Client List

Partial List of SSC Current and Past Clients

We have been very fortunate to work with a wide range of organizations working for social change throughout the country. Here is a partial listing:

  • A Call To Men
  • Access Reproductive Care-Southeast (ARC-Southeast)
  • Adelphi University – Building for Change Initiative
  • AIDS United
  • American Friends Service Committee
  • Black Women’s Health Imperative
  • Casita Maria
  • Border Network for Human Rights
  • Center for Constitutional Rights
  • Center for Social Inclusion
  • Centro Cultural Hispano
  • Chicago Freedom School
  • Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR)
  • Committee for Hispanic Children and Families
  • CONNECT NYC
  • Cricket Island Foundation
  • Department of Health and Human Services/Office of Women’s Health
  • Detention Watch Network
  • Direct Care Alliance
  • Domestic Workers United
  • DRUM
  • ELMCOR
  • Emerging Partners in Philanthropy
  • Flanbwayan Haitian Literacy Project
  • Florida Immigrant Rights Coalition
  • French American Charitable Trust
  • Ford Foundation
  • Funders Network on Population, Reproductive Health and Rights
  • Girls for Gender Equity
  • Global Action Project
  • Hispanic Counseling Center
  • Hispanic Health Council (CT)
  • Hispanic Federation
  • Ibis Reproductive Health
  • Ifetayo
  • PROGRESS
  • La Fuente
  • La Fuerza Unida
  • Latino Commission on AIDS
  • League of Young Voters
  • Little Village Environmental Justice Organization
  • LOISAIDA
  • Ms. Foundation
  • National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development
  • National Economic and Social Rights Institute
  • National Institute for Reproductive Health (NIRH)
  • National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH)
  • National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence
  • National Network of Abortion Funds
  • National Women’s Alliance
  • National Puerto Rican Forum
  • New Mexico Environmental Law Center
  • New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • New York University Women of Color Policy Network
  • Northern Manhattan Coalition on Immigrant Rights
  • NoVo Foundation – Move to End Violence Initiative
  • One Day
  • Reproductive Health Technologies Project
  • Research Institute for Social and Economic Policy, Florida International University
  • SEPA Mujer
  • Slow Food
  • South Asian Council for Social Services
  • South Asian Youth Action
  • Unidos/as LGBT
  • Vermont Workers Center
  • Violence Intervention Program
  • Witness for Peace
  • Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts
  • Youth United for Change
Lotus for Ignit

Ideas that
Ignite Change

“Organizations are living systems, possessing the same capacity to adapt and grow that is common to all life.”

— Margaret Wheatley

“At the time, I faced all-too-familiar challenges for any young leader heading up a large and high profile organization. With Elsa's guidance, I was able to clearly identify and address the challenges as well as the opportunities for much-needed change.”

— Priscilla Gonzalez

Move to End Violence Initiative Sponsored by NoVo Foundation