May 25, 2017
 
Santander Bank Awards $1.3M to 51 Massachusetts Nonprofits

January 26, 2017 — Santander Bank recently announced that it has awarded $1,349,000 to 51 nonprofits across Massachusetts, many of the grants supporting economic and small business development in underserved communities.

Gwen Robinson, director of corporate social responsibility for Santander Bank, said, "When communities and business owners thrive, we thrive and giving to these exceptional organizations is Santander's way of recognizing our responsibility to help strengthen the communities we serve."

Receiving the grants were the following organizations:
  • Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation, Allston: $10,000
  • Asian American Civic Association., Boston: $15,000
  • Boston Local Initiative Support Corporation (Boston LISC), Boston: $10,000
  • Boston Tax Help Coalition, Boston: $20,0000
  • Businesses United in Investing Lending and Development (BUILD), Boston: $10,000
  • Caritas Communities, Braintree: $10,000
  • Chelsea Restoration Corporation, Chelsea: $10,000
  • Community Action, Haverhill: $10,000
  • The Community Builders, Worcester: $10,000
  • Community Teamwork, Inc, Lowell: $10,000
  • Cristo Rey Boston Corporate Work Study, Boston: $70,000
  • CropCircle Kitchen, dba CommonWealth Kitchen, Dorchester: $10,0000
  • D2D Fund, Inc, Allston: $50,000
  • Dorchester Bay EDC, Dorchester: $20,000
  • Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, Roxbury: $20,000
  • Easter Seals Massachusetts, Worcester: $10,000
  • Fairmount Indigo CDC Collaborative, Dorchester: $10,000
  • Family Independence Initiative, Jamaica Plain: $10,000
  • FamilyAid Boston, Boston: $10,000
  • Fenway Community Development Corporation, Boston: $10,000
  • GreenLight Fund, Boston: $25,000
  • Habitat P.L.U.S., Lynn: $10,000
  • HAP, Inc., Springfield : $25,000
  • Housing Families Inc., Malden: $15,000
  • Housing Solutions for Southeastern , Kingston: $15,000
  • Huntington Avenue YMCA, Boston: $15,000
  • Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción, Boston: $10,000
  • International Institute of New England, Boston: $10,000
  • Inversant (formerly FUEL Education), Boston: $25,000
  • Jewish Vocational Service, Boston: $75,000
  • Lawyers Clearinghouse on Affordable Housing and Homelessness, Boston: $10,000
  • The Midas Collaborative, Allston: $25,000
  • Merrimack Valley Housing Partnership, Lowell: $10,000
  • Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (MA), Framingham: $20,000
  • New England Aquarium, Boston: $15,000
  • New Garden Park Inc., Worcester: $10,000
  • NewVue Communities, Fitchburg: $10,000
  • North Shore Community Development Coalition, Salem: $10,000
  • Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation, Roxbury: $20,000
  • Preservation of Affordable Housing, Boston: $10,0000
  • RCAP Solutions, Gardner: $22,000
  • Roca, Chelsea: $20,000
  • Scholar Athletes, Boston: $10,0000
  • Training Resources of America, Worcester: $11,000
  • Trinity Boston Foundation, Boston: $10,000
  • Tutoring Plus of Cambridge, Cambridge: $10,000
  • uAspire Inc, Boston: $10,000
  • Union Capital Boston, Jamaica Plain: $20,000
  • Vietnamese American Initiative for Development, Boston: $10,000
  • Waterfront Historic Area League, New Bedford: $36,000
  • WGBH Educational Foundation, Boston: $40,000

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