At Sincere, we build technology that brings you closer and helps show you care to the people who matter the most. We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to celebrate, recognize milestones, and honor memories; and that is only possible when people have what they need to thrive.
With our Foundation, we support organizations and programs that address basic needs:
Sincere Foundation supports organizations that provide meals, connect people
with food resources and nutritional information, research the complex causes
of food insecurity, and everything in between. We are open to any program that
addresses the essential food needs of vulnerable people.
Ending homelessness requires a holistic approach that includes more affordable
permanent housing, resources for rapid re-housing, workforce development,
emergency shelter, and street outreach. We support programs that work with
individuals and families to meet this need.
We support organizations that provide spaces free from bias or potentially
threatening actions, ideas, or conversations. This can include, but is not
limited to, school campuses, domestic violence shelters, LGBTQIA+ youth and
family programs, and mental health resources.
Let's get to the heart of it.
To be eligible for a grant, organizations must:
Be a registered 501(c)3 organization within the USA
Provide services within Massachusetts
Be aligned with Sincere Foundation’s funding priorities
Sincere Foundation does not fund events, scholarships, religious organizations, grants to individuals or municipalities, political groups/parties, or lobbying of any kind. The Foundation will also not fund any organization that discriminates on the basis or race, religion, creed, disability, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, marital status, or veteran status. Discrimination of any kind is at odds with our mission to support organizations that promote thriving communities.
Sincere Foundation is proud to support the following organizations and programs.
Rebecca has put a lifetime of heart into humanitarianism, activism, and stewardship. In her role as Executive Director, she leads grant review for Sincere Foundation and is excited to collaborate with organizations that do critical work in their communities. Prior to joining the Foundation, Rebecca led fundraising efforts for non-profits in the Greater Boston area. She has a degree in Women's Studies and Sociology from Mount Holyoke College.