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Our Clients

DCA’s clients, past and present, share a commitment to achieving social progress on a large scale.  They understand that doing so requires committing to goals, working in partnership, developing better systems to serve people, and mobilizing the full array of resources – public and private – needed to succeed.  Their leaders have recognized and seized opportunities to leave a powerful, lasting legacy of service to others.   We are privileged to have served them.

Foundation Initiatives

Annie E. Casey Foundation:  Kids Count; Making Connections
Centers for Disease Control Foundation:  strategic planning
Commonwealth Fund:  Elder care summit
Early Childhood Initiative Foundation:  Miami-Dade Family Learning Partnership
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation:  STEM education initiative
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation:  Center for Tobacco-Free Kids; Fighting Back; pro sports philanthropy initiative
W.K. Kellogg Foundation:  SPARK early childhood initiative; school-based health center initiative
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation:  Knight community partnerships
Lumina Foundation:  Community Partnerships for Attainment
Rockefeller Foundation:  International AIDS Vaccine Initiative
Sisters of Mercy North Carolina Foundation:  community partnerships

Global Health

African HIV/AIDS Training Partnership (South Africa)
CARE
International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI)
Kiwanis International
Oxfam America
Partners in Health
Perkins School for the Blind/Hilton-Perkins International Program
River Blindness Foundation
The Malaria Vaccine Initiative
United States Fund for UNICEF: Global Campaign to Eliminate Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus
World Health Organization (WHO)

Domestic Health and Elder Care

American Academy of Pediatrics
American Public Health Association
The Arthritis Foundation
Atlanta AIDS Partnership
Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center of Excellence for Patient Safety & Practice
Brigham and Women’s Hospital Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology
Cambridge Health Alliance
Center for the Advancement of Palliative Care
Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA)
Deaconess Abundant Life Communities
Delta Health Alliance (Mississippi)
Harvard Medical School, Division of Sleep Medicine
Lahey Health
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America
National Center for Gerontological Social Work Education
National Center for Tobacco-Free Kids
Partners HealthCare System, Cambridge Health Alliance and CareGroup: Institute for Community Health
Partners HealthCare System: Community Benefits Program
Partnership for a Drug-Free America
Sanofi Genzyme Gaucher Humanitarian Program
Sherrill House
The Boston Home

Educational Attainment and Workforce Development 

Boston Opportunity Agenda
Centralina Workforce Development Board
Committee for Economic Development
Future Forward Workforce Alliance
Northwest Piedmont Workforce Development Board
Piedmont Triad Partnership WIRED (Workforce Innovations in Regional Economic Development)
SAAB (Student African American Brotherhood)
The Center of Workforce Innovations
The Gateway Region Workforce Development Consortium
The Kalamazoo Promise
United Way of Miami-Dade
United Way of Southeastern Michigan

Literacy and Early Childhood Education

Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
Children’s Services Council of Broward County
Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County
Focus HOPE, Detroit
Greater Louisville, Inc. (Chamber of Commerce, Louisville, KY)
Metro United Way (Louisville, KY)
MSCEI (Mississippi Center for Education Innovation)
National Center for Family Literacy
Nevada Children’s Cabinet
North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation
Reach Out and Read
Ready Schools Miami
SPARK (Supporting Partnerships to Assure Ready Kids)
Thrive in 5
United Way of Greater Atlanta
United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra