At Flowetik, we work with socially responsible leaders wanting to make a difference. Whether you’re a social enterprise or nonprofit our job is to help you stand out and achieve. We approach your needs with an insight-driven strategy to build a robust marketing platform that wins your audiences’ attention and grows your brand or cause. These are clients we’re proud to partner with.

Invest for Justice

BII is a nonprofit impact investment fund working to build a future where entrepreneurs of color and their communities have the financial, social and political power to create a sustainable, inclusive and equitable economy for generations to come. To accomplish this mission, BII invests integrated capital in social enterprises and community-controlled real estate to increase wealth and asset-building opportunities for communities of color. BII is also transforming the impact investing field through field-building and education so that economic and racial justice becomes integral to any place-based investment strategy.

Collaborative consciousness for equity

Higher Ground works with Boston residents and diverse individual and organizational partners to create lasting solutions to social issues in education, health, and housing.  Founded in 2010 by renowned social activist and civic leader Hubie Jones, Higher Ground’s approach focuses on authentic collaboration and shared power, bridging the gap between the community and the systems with which they interact.

Prepare young people to succeed

Together with its school, business, and community partners, Junior Achievement of Greater Boston draws on its 70+ year history to prepare today’s youth for the workforce of tomorrow. Through its proven, hands-on programs and experiences, middle and high school students learn how to manage their finances, launch their own businesses, make their college and career goals a reality, and become future leaders.

Promote excellence in addiction psychiatry

AAAP is a national professional society that’s dedicated to the critical intersection of substance use disorders and co-occurring psychiatric disorders, focusing on evidence-based prevention, treatment and recovery. AAAP’s goal is to increase awareness of the value of Addiction Psychiatry to the medical field and society, transforming the lives of those at risk of and with substance use disorders and co-occurring psychiatric disorders.

Improve health care for people living with serious illness

The Massachusetts Coalition for Serious Illness Care’s mission is to strengthen the communication, collaboration, and connection between the health care system and communities, and between patients and clinicians, to support what matters most to everyone seeking care, especially people living with serious illness.

End the Overdose Crisis

RIZE Massachusetts Foundation (RIZE) is an independent nonprofit foundation working to end the opioid epidemic in Massachusetts and reduce its devastating impact on people, communities, and our economy. By tapping the commitment and resources of the private sector, RIZE makes informed investments in innovative and comprehensive evidence-based treatments that can be scaled, expedited, and made accessible to people suffering from opioid use disorder across the state.

Talk about wishes for care

The Conversation Project® is a public engagement initiative with a goal that is both simple and transformative: to help everyone talk about their wishes for care through the end of life, so those wishes can be understood and respected. It’s time to share the way we want to live through the end of our lives. And it’s time to communicate about the kind of care we want and don’t want for ourselves.

Reduce the health consequences of hunger

The Hunger to Health Collaboratory  an initiative of the Greater Boston Food Bank is working across sectors to leverage wide-ranging expertise to reduce the health consequences of hunger. Every day individuals and families are experiencing negative, expensive, and avoidable health outcomes because they do not have reliable access to enough healthy food.  The Hunger to Health Collaboratory’s cross-sector stakeholders include the Greater Boston Food Bank, Stop and Shop, Boston Medical Center, McKinsey and Company, Health Resources in Action, Babson College, among others.

Heal and care for the community

Recognized nationally as a model for the delivery of comprehensive health and human services in an urban community, The Dimock Center provides the residents of Boston with convenient access to high quality, low cost health care and human services that might not otherwise be available to the communities they serve.

Inspire aging adults to plan ahead

The Thinking Ahead Roadmap is a comprehensive toolkit that walks aging adults through the process of selecting their financial advocate and having open conversations with that person about their future financial needs and expectations. Development of the Thinking Ahead Roadmap was supported by a generous grant from AARP with work led by the University of Minnesota School of Social Work.

Expand volunteerism and service

The Massachusetts Service Alliance expands volunteerism and service in the state by providing individuals and organizations with funding, training, and support, which enables them to strengthen communities and make our Commonwealth a better place to live. As the state commission on volunteerism and service, MSA generates collaboration and public-private partnerships at the local, state and federal level to grow volunteerism and service initiatives.

Mobilize leaders for meaningful change

The Institute for Nonprofit Practice is advancing social justice by building a thriving and diverse nonprofit sector. INP equips nonprofits and other public-sector organizations with the leadership they need to strengthen our communities and tackle society’s most pressing problems.

Democratize the dream of homeownership

Owning a home is rewarding in so many ways. And as any homeowner knows, it’s also a big responsibility. There are new questions to consider all the time, and those questions require confident decision making. Framework is a social enterprise that provides the information and unbiased advice people need to be smart and successful — whether they’re just thinking about buying or learning how to protect their investment for years to come.

Foster an inclusive food economy

CommonWealth Kitchen is a one-of-a-kind social enterprise and food business incubator that breaks down barriers to opportunity for low-income individuals, immigrants, women, and diverse entrepreneurs. CommonWealth Kitchen provides promising food entrepreneurs with access to state-of-the art facilities, valuable technical assistance and a broad network of partners. With the goal of building an inclusive, sustainable and robust food economy in Greater Boston and beyond, CommonWealth Kitchen helps fulfill dreams, grow unique food businesses, and create jobs that support local families and strengthen our communities.

Increase Latino Representation

When there are skilled Latino leaders in schools, education institutions, and communities, Latino children are more likely to achieve their full potential in the classroom and in life. Latinos for Education is mobilizing a network of skilled Latino leaders to make sure the voice of Latino students and families is heard in schools, communities and educational institutions throughout the U.S.

Promote healthy and sustainable communities

Grassroots Fund is dedicated to creating healthy and sustainable communities throughout New England. With a focus on those who have often been left out of mainstream movements, Grassroots Fund empowers individuals, groups and organizations working across a broad range of environmental and social justice issues.

Support families’ potential to thrive

Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) responds to community needs by delivering holistic, family-centered, and culturally competent programs. Founded in 1969, BCNC is the largest nonprofit social service provider for Asian American and Asian immigrant families in the Greater Boston Area, supporting over 2,000 children, youth, and adults each year at three locations in Boston and Quincy.

Create life-changing experiences

Team IMPACT conceives and runs holistic, custom therapeutic programs for children with chronic illnesses that make a meaningful impact on their lives through participation on a college sports team plus a full spectrum of counseling and resources. Team IMPACT  creates experiences that change the course of kids’ lives and the lives of those around them while dramatically impacting the generation of future leaders who are part of their team.

Uplift those in its care

HopeWell provides a range of critical services to children, youth, and adults in need. HopeWell is one of New England’s leading providers of intensive foster care, supporting young adults transitioning out of foster care, and offering residential settings and support services for adults with disabilities as well as pregnant and parenting teens.

Build homes, careers and futures

Just A Start work to build equitable and thriving communities by guiding individuals and families on their path to economic stability through affordable housing, career training, and comprehensive support services. Since 1968, Just A Start has been creating pathways to possibilities in Cambridge and surrounding communities.

Help people achieve independence

For over 100 years, Goodwill has been dedicated to the social justice mission of serving individuals, families, and communities with the greatest needs by helping people go to work to be able to support themselves and their families. Goodwill annually serves more than 8,000 low-income, unemployed and underemployed adults in its job training and career services programs, and more than 100 young people in its youth services programs. Goodwill is a major employer of individuals with disabilities in the social enterprises it operates.

Make all schools better places to learn

Teachers across Massachusetts are solving some of the biggest challenges we face in education, but they’re working in relative isolation, facing uphill battles alone, and lacking a way to share the work they’re doing beyond their own classrooms and schools. This is a problem the startup Teacher Collaborative is planning to solve. Their mission: Make all schools better places to learn. The Teacher Collaborative is a community built by teachers for teachers that fosters collaboration, empowers innovation and creates meaningful professional development opportunities for all teachers.

Connect, inspire, support boys and young men of color

Since its founding in 2008, the Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color (COSEBOC) has established itself across the country as one of the foremost nonprofit organizations devoted to promoting equity and opportunity in schools and communities, particularly for boys and young men of color. COSEBOC has earned a national reputation as a trusted partner, convener, and provider of professional development, engaging thousands of educators and youth services providers who support hundreds of thousands of boys and young men of color in 45 states and the District of Columbia.

Meet the needs of children and families

As a nonprofit social service agency with deep roots in the region, Family Services is continually striving to meet the fundamental needs of children and families. With a compassionate and culturally sensitive approach, Family Services guides individuals as they work to secure a bright future and contribute positively to our community.