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January 19, 2018
EXPERT ADVICE
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January 18, 2018 — The former president of the National Graduate School of Quality Management, a Falmouth nonprofit that provides advanced education in quality systems management and homeland security, has been barred from serving on the board, or as chief executive, at any Massachusetts charity as part of a settlement with the attorney general’s office. MORE


January 15, 2018 — The Foundation for MetroWest, based in Natick, which supports nonprofits in 33 Greater Boston communities, recently announced it has launched the Emerging Leaders Academy, a development program for emerging nonprofit leaders who are new to or aspiring to senior management positions. MORE


January 13, 2018 — Dakin Humane Society, a nonprofit animal shelter and care center based in Springfield, this week announced it has teamed with Eversource Energy to improve its lighting and heating systems that it said will cut annual energy expenses by $49,000. MORE


January 11, 2018 — Wediko Children’s Services, a Boston nonprofit that partners with schools and families to promote the mental health and success of children and adolescents who face multiple barriers to learning, this week announced Michael Pearis has been named executive director. MORE


January 18, 2018 — Crossroads, a Duxbury-based nonprofit that provides summer camp and year-round mentoring programs for at-risk youth, yesterday announced that Simon Hess has been appointed president. MORE


January 16, 2018 — The United Way of Hampshire County, based in Northampton, today announced that John Bidwell has been named as the organization's new executive director, and will start in the job next week. MORE


January 14, 2018 — Reflecting a growing recognition among nonprofits that every board member needs to strongly advocate for the organization, the board chair of College Bound Dorchester stepped to the plate by having his ad agency create a pro-bono campaign to promote the organization's mission to help former gang members change their lives for the better. MORE


January 12, 2018 — The Massachusetts chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, a nonprofit based in Watertown that provides services and programs for people with Alzheimer’s, as well as family and professional caregivers, yesterday announced it received a $100,000 grant from the CVS Health Foundation to expand its support for diagnosed individuals and their caregivers. MORE


NONPROFIT ROUNDUP
January 15, 2018 — President of Crossroads to step down after 11 years...Cape Cod Toy Library launched, seeks facility...Atlantis Charter School gets $80K donation... Trustees acquires 39 acres in Southborough. MORE








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