Since 2007, Prime Produce Limited has stewarded a relational ecosystem within which do-gooders can cultivate their community service projects. We provide nonprofit leaders and their programs with:
& Moral Support!
You can donate to our programs directly via their websites below (recommended) or by visiting our donation portal.
(Please note that some programs listed are no longer active or have graduated out from our fiscal sponsorship program-- we list them here to share some of the interesting programming we have supported over the years!)
PreProBono's mission is to expand educational access to law school and to forge a robust public interest network to develop and empower the social justice leaders of tomorrow. This is a member-led organization that helps economically disadvantaged, underrepresented minority, and female pre-law students acquire and utilize law degrees for conscientious careers in law. Our goal is to effect positive and social change and we do this by: offering LSAT prep, admissions workshops, and building a network of public interest minded individuals at low cost or for free.
Prime Produce devised and produced the first “Open Benefit” in 2010. Since then, Open Benefits have been held in New York City, San Francisco, and Honolulu. 100% of net proceeds from each themed event is donated to participating not-for-profits, proportional to their attendance. By bringing together young leadership and support networks in the nonprofit sector, we foster relationship-building within the while simultaneously raising money for worthwhile causes. Whether interactive arts events or winter pool parties, each open benefit is a blend of wholesome fun, novel execution, and unadulterated goodness.
SouperKitchen is a donation-based communal dining program, operating in public venues to provide equal access to good food for all its guests. By offering a transparent food experience, SouperKitchen will be an experiment in hands-on food education.
Henry is a Webby-nominated video reading series providing free literary events to be attended whenever you want, wherever you live. Our Q&A videos humanize authors, showcasing the charisma unique to each. By filming writers in their homes and workspaces— environments otherwise closed to readers— we provide intimate access to writers’ worlds, demystifying the writerly process and conveying the personal relatability of literary talents.
The Free Poster Program is an experimental initiative providing educational materials to learners and educators that facilitate fresh exploration of school subjects. Our creative community riffs off of K-12 content to create posters and other art that enriches learning. Creating art, supporting educators, wondering beyond walls.
The U.S. Department of Arts and Culture is a people-powered department — a grassroots action network inciting creativity to shape a culture of empathy, equity, and belonging.
Seeds to Soil is a collective of people who, through their respective practices, support and care for our urban ecologies, growing together in common spaces. From support for community gardens to grassroots social entrepreneurship to citizen science initiatives, this team is focused on developing nourishing ways to engage our urban ecologies.
Emergent Works Inc. trains and employs formerly incarcerated and those impacted by the criminal legal system through technical programming that provides free access to education, resources, a safe community, and employment opportunities in hopes of ending the revolving door of mass incarceration and closing the wealth gap and digital divide. As part of our training, we develop tech solutions to support mission-aligned organizations in achieving their part of ending mass incarceration. This puts us on both sides of the fight - education & support.
Design Dream Lab is a Community, School*, and Laboratory* for humans interested in Co-creating through Empathy. We believe that Empathy—for each other and our collective challenges—is how we solve the problems that ultimately change the world.
*OK, we're not technically a school or lab, but we are an inspired cooperative of creative individuals. Come see for yourself at our next monthly gathering!
GROW Externships creates life-changing paid externships for disadvantaged and underrepresented (BIPOC, woman-identifying, and LGBTQIA2S+) developing professionals, vitalizing their careers in sustainability, climate justice, environmental science, and related fields.
Our Collective Becoming is a collaborative team passionate about our commitment to the ethics and politics of en conjunto (togetherness). We are scholars, activists, community organizers, politicized theologians and healers, social change agents, and strategy-minded people situated in the hybrid space of church, social change, and the academy. We are a multiplicity of humans who have engaged one another to bridge radical differences.
The Nonprofit Connector Series was a special series of events organized by the Be Social Change team. These groundbreaking events provided insights, skills, and connections to current and aspiring social impact professionals through events and webinars.
Based out of its site in Kailua (O'ahu, Hawai'i) Enchanted Gardens promotes a broad collaboration of citizens, scientists, students, community organizations, and institutional partners all in the service of exploring how we can cultivate more nourishing relationships with our local flora and fauna.
PLAN (Peer Learning Adventure Network) Gaming is for folks who want to learn, practice, and have fun participating in role-playing and tabletop games. Through a social, networked approach with a complete focus in recreational activities we are able to engage and help people who might otherwise not seek such opportunities for cooperative, social, and creative engagement. The healing elements of games are hard coded in the magic that is recreational entertainment, helping people unlock themselves and be the people they would like to be in an environment which passively promotes relaxation and reinvigoration through enjoyable and non-demanding fun.
Earthlings NYC creates programming to nourish citizen science and ecology-related education in our communities. We are a 501(c)3 initiative affiliated with Seeds To Soil and Prime Produce, based out of the cooperatively-run Guild for Good guildhall at 424 West 54th St in Hell’s Kitchen. We provide opportunities for learners of all ages to interact with creatures they may not otherwise encounter living in New York City. Whether it’s a tiny little beetle grub or a hefty tortoise, there is always something living organisms can teach us about the world and about our selves!
A culinary collective that creates plant-based, inclusive meals for community wellness and collective enjoyment. We are striving to cultivate thoughtful, delicious nourishment for you and everyone you love.
Hosted in partnership with the Prime Produce Apprentice Cooperative out of its ~7,000sqft guildhall in Hell's Kitchen, the Community Event Series supports a variety of up-and-coming nonprofit events, conscientious creative productions, and other free and low cost productions for the benefit of New Yorkers. From panels to showcases to performances, this program makes a centrally located venue accessible to emerging social good event producers.