New Democracy Coalition is a young organization seeking a funding foundation.  While NDC seeks grants from local and national funders, it desires to depend primarily on small donations from many citizens who see the value of grassroots democracy.

You can support The New Democracy Coalition’s efforts at providing public forums, publishing information pamphlets and brochures, educating youth and advocating for new laws to enhance democracy.

You can also support us by getting the word out about our efforts and agenda and joining us as a community partner.


Donating to New Democracy Coalition is worthwhile because it allows our small staff to grow and pursue our various objectives.  Your tax-deductible contribution will sustain us as we produce:

  • Local, regional and national forums on issues related to democracy
  • Educate and train young people for effective local and national leadership
  • Research and publish documents for civic activists and laypersons.
  • Advocate for public policy to strengthen democracy.

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The New Democracy Coalition

℅ Mr. Peter OPara, Clerk

6 Percival Street

Boston, Massachusetts 02122

Your generous donation is deposited into the One United Bank, the largest black-owned bank in the nation. 

Your donation in part helps to promote the following programs

Explaining Elma Lewis
A Forum on Race + Politics In Boston

Please join us Thursday, December 14th, 6:00 PM at the Grove Hall Library, 41 Geneva Avenue for a discussion and celebration of Elma Lewis.  Guest include Barry Gaither, Director of the Museum of the NCAAA, Ekua Holmes, nationally recognized visual artist, and Boston University’s Dr. Soyna White Hope, Elma Lewis Scholar.

The NDC Civic Literacy Forum

This program engages the whole city in discussions about community building, class, race and political participation. A cross section of community-based non-profits plan a series of yearly lectures featuring leading thinkers, artists and activists. Program speakers have included Dr. Cornel West. Ambassador Andy Young, Harvard Professor Elizabeth Hinton. Princeton Professor Eddie Gluade.

VoteCorps at the New Democracy Coalition

This program, launched with the support of actor and humanitarian, Danny Glover, engages college students in Massachusetts and other parts of the United States to work in their local communities on civic issues. College youth work at voter registration and on election day they engage in local communities to protect voter rights, canvass and collect voter and civic focused surveys.

Democracy Lab

This program engages young people at the high school ages. A six-week summer program in partnership with the City of Boston allows youth to explore democratic ideas, meet and talk with local civic leaders.  Each youth also plans and implements a community development project.

Neighborhood-based Electoral Mobilization Efforts

We believe fiercely in the right to vote.  And so each year we make great efforts educate voters in local communities of their right to voter.  We knock on doors. We meet people on the streets we they are.  We visit churches and faith-based organizations.  Its our effort to highlight the importance of the vote, for which many have died.