HBN Fiscal Sponsorship
HBN serves as a fiscal sponsor for select mission-aligned organizations and projects working on safer product strategies, green chemistry, circular economy, or other environmental health and justice initiatives. Fiscally sponsored programs operate self-sufficiently within HBN, but benefit from consolidated administrative support, financial management, and executive coaching.
ChemFORWARD is creating broad access to chemical hazard data, illuminating safer alternatives, and ending toxic chemical exposure. ChemFORWARD helps formulators, manufacturers, and brands to implement proactive chemical management with a first-of-its-kind, globally harmonized repository of chemical hazard assessments with a focus on safer alternatives.
Single-Use Material Decelerator (SUM'D) is a coalition of 20+ passionate and dedicated organizations made up of leading food service companies, NGOs, and technical experts. SUM'D supports the UP Scorecard (hosted by the Swiss nonprofit Food Packaging Forum), a science-based online tool to help users select foodware and food packaging that is safe and environmentally sustainable.
Little Things Matter raises awareness of the growing environmental risks we face as a global community by translating science into free, easy-to-understand and actionable materials. Our goal is to spread awareness about the effects of toxic chemicals on the health of our population and planet. We believe that every child has the right to a healthy environment.
Fiscal sponsorship is a great way to get support in the startup phase of your mission-driven initiative without letting the administrative details overshadow your work. It’s also a good alternative for growing projects or collaborations that are not ready to be established as their own 501(c)(3) entities.
We are excited to talk with individuals, teams, or existing organizations with a similar mission who believe that together our impact can be much greater than operating apart. Fiscal sponsorship may be a good fit if:
Do any of these sound like you? If you’d like to learn more, contact Bruce Green, HBN Chief Operations Officer.