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June 22, 2018
EXPERT ADVICE
With financial resources nearly always scarce, nonprofit organizations should utilize their other precious asset—their networks—to strengthen their ability to deliver on their mission. MORE








June 21, 2018 — BUILD Boston, a Boston-based nonprofit that uses entrepreneurship and experiential learning to help prepare youth in under-resourced communities for high school, college and career success, announced that it recently raised $660,000 at its second annual student pitch competition, surpassing its goal by 20%. MORE


June 19, 2018 — Essex County Community Foundation, a nonprofit based in Danvers, recently announced it awarded $252,000 in grants to 42 Massachusetts and New Hampshire nonprofits that provide high-quality summer programming for underserved youth in Lawrence, Methuen, Andover, and North Andover. MORE


June 18, 2018 — The Essex County Greenbelt Association, a nonprofit based in Essex that works with landowners and the 34 cities and towns of Essex County to conserve open space, farmland, wildlife habitat, and scenic landscapes, today announced that Kate Bowditch will be its next president. MORE


June 15, 2018 — Root, a Salem-based nonprofit that trains at-risk youth work in the restaurant industry, this week announced it has appointed M. Scott Knox as its new executive director. MORE


June 22, 2018 — Expanding programs is on the two-year horizon for nearly half of nonprofits, yet many organizations may lack the financial strength to fuel sustainable growth, a newly completed national benchmarking survey has found. MORE


June 21, 2018 — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County, nonprofit youth mentoring agency based in Greenfield, recently announced the appointment of Jennifer Webster as executive director and Ericka Almeida as development director. MORE


June 19, 2018 — A last-minute intervention by Boston Mayor Martin Walsh means 20 workers who were laid off last week at the Whittier Street Health Center, a Boston nonprofit that provides primary care and support services to primarily low-income, racially and ethnically diverse populations, will keep their jobs, although the organization continues to face financial pressure. MORE


June 16, 2018 — Cardinal Cushing Centers in Hanover, a nonprofit that supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, this week announced that its recently held annual spring gala raised $550,000, surpassing its goal by 10%. MORE


NONPROFIT ROUNDUP
June 19, 2018 — SE Mass. nonprofits invited to apply for arts-related grants...Merrimack Repertory raises $110K, names marcom director...Grants awarded to 11 Watertown nonprofits serving older adults. MORE








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