(Dorchester, MA 1/4/24) Bioversity grand opening. (Photo by John Wilcox)

Financial Support

Bioversity is a stand-alone, non-profit corporation with 501c3 status currently pending before the IRS with an expected decision prior to February 28, 2024. We are actively seeking financial donations to support the operations of our training facility and training programming.

Our goal to enroll and graduate 100 people from the local and surrounding communities in 2024 requires significant financial resources. Consistent with other workforce training programs, our estimated cost per graduate is $10,000.

Bioversity is eager to highlight entities that provide us with financial support. We will do this through this website, our social media, MassBio’s social media, and at our various events, which include things like student graduations, our annual events, and on signage in the training space.

To learn more about financial donations to Bioversity, please reach out directly to our Executive Director, Zach Stanley.

Thank you to those who have already donated to Bioversity:


$50,000 – $99,999

$10,000 – $49,999

Up to $10,000

In-Kind and Equipment Donations

Thank you to the many companies that have already donated equipment, time, and resources. A special shout-out to our friends at LabOps Unite who have provided us with untold time and energy to develop the curriculum, consult on the construction of the space, and provide on-going energy toward identifying industry volunteers. LabOps Unite has also graciously offered all Bioversity students and alumni membership and the offer of mentorship.