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August 31, 2016
Everyone involved with running a nonprofit, from managers and board members to staff and volunteers who are involved in financial decision-making at any level, should be fully conversant with the organization’s finances. MORE

August 29, 2016 — Cardinal Cushing Centers, a Hanover nonprofit that supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, announced that $11.9 million in state and federal funding has been awarded to support a mixed-income historic rehabilitation project, a key part of its master plan to create a neighborhood where people of all abilities can live, work, and shop. MORE

August 28, 2016 — New Hampshire grocer gives $250K to two Massachusetts nonprofits...Businesses help Cradles to Crayons fill, deliver 40,000 backpacks...Peter Pan Bus Lines teams with United Way of Pioneer Valley. MORE

August 25, 2016 — The Scleroderma Foundation, a national nonprofit based in Danvers that helps patients and their families cope with scleroderma while supporting research to improve treatment and find a cure, recently announced the appointment of Deborah Dillon Pearce as chief operating officer. MORE

August 23, 2016 — Granite Academy, a Braintree, nonprofit day school for students who have emotional issues, yesterday announced that it has merged with Justice Resource Institute, a Needham nonprofit that provides therapeutic, mental health, residential, and education services to unserved individuals, families, and communities. MORE

August 30, 2016 — The Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative, a Gloucester nonprofit formed a year ago to support that city's police department, as well as other police departments, in helping opioid drug users recover instead of putting them behind bars, today announced that it has appointed Allie Hunter McDade as its first full-time executive director. MORE

August 29, 2016 — Banks in Bristol County, the MetroWest area of Greater Boston, and the North Shore recently awarded $155,595 to nonprofits in their service areas that support health, environmental, veterans, youth, and other causes. MORE

August 26, 2016 — Team IMPACT, a national nonprofit headquartered in Boston that seeks to improve the quality of life for children facing life-threatening and chronic illnesses by matching them with local college athletic teams, yesterday announced that it has named Seth Rosenzweig as its new executive director. MORE

August 23, 2016 — Ingredients for Education, a Cambridge-based nonprofit that uses technology and multimedia to create programming to help children develop lifelong healthy habits, yesterday announced that it has received an $80,000 grant to extend its flagship program to Florida. MORE

August 27, 2016 — Although nonprofit board chairs are expected to provide significant leadership to their boards and their organizations, a recently completed study found that only half prepared for their critical leadership role, and for those who prepared, observing prior chairs was their primary source of training. MORE

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