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January 24, 2019
EXPERT ADVICE
Because nonprofit employees often wear multiple hats and juggle several jobs at one time, frequently involving evening or weekend events and even travel to meet with donors, it’s not surprising that they can feel burned out. MORE








January 22, 2019 — Massachusetts News is asking nonprofits based in Massachusetts that are affected by the partial federal government shutdown, now more than a month old, to tell us how they are being impacted and how they're responding. MORE


January 17, 2019 — The Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education, a Boston-based nonprofit that advocates for education policies aimed at improving Massachusetts public schools, recently announced it has named Edward M. Lambert, Jr. as its executive director. MORE


January 12, 2019 — The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation this week announced it has awarded $1.5 million to 10 nonprofit organizations across Massachusetts to support programs that improve access to health care and coverage for vulnerable and low-income residents. MORE


January 7, 2019 — The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts in Springfield last week announced it recently awarded $595,200 to 43 nonprofits in Franklin, Hampden, and Hampshire counties to expand their impact by funding new and upgraded technology, equipment, and facilities, or build organizational effectiveness and operational efficiency. MORE


January 18, 2019 — Citizens Bank and NECN recently announced that Aaron’s Presents, an Andover-based nonprofit which helps young people in eighth grade and below to build leadership skills, has been named a 2019 Champion in Action, which brings with it $35,000 in funding and promotional and volunteer support. MORE


January 17, 2019 — The Discovery Museum, an Acton nonprofit that serves as the children’s and science museum of Boston's MetroWest region, and Middlesex Savings Bank yesterday announced an expansion of their long-running community support relationship with a $100,000 from the bank to the museum. MORE


January 10, 2019 — The Greater Worcester Community Foundation in Worcester yesterday announced that Ann Lisi, its president and chief executive officer, who has led the organization for 26 years, will retire in June. MORE


January 6, 2019 — The Highland Street Foundation, based in Newton, last week announced it is funding six months of consulting support, valued at $30,000, to each of four nonprofits, in Lowell, Boston, and New Bedford, aimed at helping them enhance their long term growth and sustainability. MORE


NONPROFIT ROUNDUP
January 20, 2019 — Youth Villages Massachusetts receives $108K...New England Aquarium gets remote-controlled sub... CEO resigns from Jewish Family & Children’s Service...Kennedy-Donovan Center names chief development officer...Foundation for MetroWest offering free training. MORE








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