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August 19, 2018
Doing together what we cannot do apart—the essence of collaboration—is perhaps one of the most challenging aspects of the work that nonprofits do, but creating true collaborative solutions to achieve lasting change is frequently elusive. MORE

August 19, 2018 — With nonprofits relying heavily on email to reach donors, rising spam rates, despite increased and better targeted messaging, are leading to loss of potential income, a recently completed study has found. MORE

August 18, 2018 — Domestic Violence Ended, a Quincy nonprofit that works to promote healing and safety for victims of domestic violence by partnering with diverse communities, families, and individuals, recently announced that it has named Carol Yunes to the newly created position of director of leadership giving. MORE

August 16, 2018 — The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network, the state's nonprofit trade association, recently issued an appeal to nonprofits to advocate for a full and fair count in the 2020 Census and oppose the inclusion of a citizenship question. MORE

August 12, 2018 — Mass Mentoring Partnership, a Boston-based statewide nonprofit that supports and advances youth-adult relationships, recently announced that Lily Mendez has been appointed as the organization’s president and chief executive officer. MORE

August 17, 2018 — Greyhound Friends, a Hopkinton-based nonprofit that works to educate the public and improve conditions of greyhounds in the United States and abroad, has agreed to institute governance reforms and file reports with the attorney general's office following allegations of financial mismanagement, Attorney General Maura Healey announced Wednesday. MORE

August 14, 2018 — Partners In Health, a Boston-based nonprofit that provides health services to some of the poorest regions of the world and conducts research on diseases affecting those areas, recently received a $15 million grant to support new health programs. MORE

August 11, 2018 — Although mobile traffic is growing, the desktop experience still reigns supreme and will strongly influence the giving behavior of donors to nonprofits, and shape the success of online fundraising for the foreseeable future, according to a recently completed national survey. MORE

August 10, 2018 — The Cape and Islands United Way, based in Centerville, recently announced it has awarded $400,000 in grants to 38 area nonprofits that provide services related to education, financial stability and basic needs, health, and housing. MORE

August 13, 2018 — Lever gets $450K infusion from state, local sources... Big Brothers Big Sisters of Franklin County awarded $30K...BankFive Foundation funds two Fall River nonprofits. MORE

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