On April 30, Greyston was awarded an unrestricted $60k grant from Good Green.
Good Green is a movement bringing change-making organizations together to create real, sustained progress against the War on Drugs.
The Good Green grant program aims to recreate opportunity and demand social equity for the Black and Brown communities disproportionately affected by the War on Drugs. Grants are awarded to 501(c)3 nonprofits creating change in three key areas: Education, Employment, and Expungement.
Greyston CEO, Joseph Kenner received the check at a Grantee celebration in NYC. Watch the highlights below!
Learn more about Greyston’s work to improve and increase employment opportunities for those with employment barriers here.