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November 13, 2019
Nonprofits out of necessity must focus on fundraising, but most of the time simply having a donation form available on your website won’t generate the revenue needed to fund your organization’s mission. MORE

November 11, 2019 — Commonwealth Land Trust, a Boston-based nonprofit that works to preserve neighborhoods and prevent homelessness, recently announced that Iva Comey has been named as its next president and chief executive officer. MORE

November 9, 2019 — Youth Villages Massachusetts, based in Woburn, part of a national nonprofit that provides counseling services and programs to help children with emotional and behavioral problems live with their families, raised $200,000 at a recently held inaugural fundraising event to support girls who have suffered abuse. MORE

November 8, 2019 — The Dimock Center, a Boston nonprofit that provides low cost health and human services to children and adults from Roxbury and surrounding neighborhoods, announced it raised a record-setting $1.3 million at its recently held annual gala. MORE

November 5, 2019 — The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate, a Boston nonprofit that seeks to encourage public discourse and inspire citizens to become public leaders, today announced that Mary K. Grant, its president and chief executive officer, will step down from the post, 22 months after she assumed the role. MORE

November 10, 2019 — The attorney general's office last week announced that it has awarded $890,000 in grants to seven nonprofit organizations across Massachusetts to help residents pay or lower their natural gas heating bills during the upcoming winter heating season. MORE

November 8, 2019 — The Greater Lowell Health Alliance, a Lowell-based nonprofit consortium of healthcare providers, business leaders, educators, and civic and community leaders working to identify and address health and wellness priorities, recently awarded grants totaling $145,000 to nine area nonprofits. MORE

November 7, 2019 — Cambridge School Volunteers, a Cambridge-based nonprofit that provides free tutoring, college mentoring, and in-class support for local public school children, recently announced that Meg Ramsdell has been appointed executive director. MORE

November 5, 2019 — Jewish Family Service of Metrowest, a Framingham-based nonprofit that provides a broad range of social services to vulnerable children and families, individuals, immigrants, and elders in the MetroWest area, yesterday announced that Lino Covarrubias as its next chief executive officer. MORE

November 12, 2019 — Boston Children’s Theatre investigating accusations against former director... Free workshop on new paid family leave law... MIRA Coalition to train trainers for 2020 Census. MORE

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