August 18, 2017
 
Santander Bank Awards $767K to 32 Massachusetts Nonprofits

July 27, 2017 — Santander Bank recently announced that it has awarded $767,000 to 32 Massachusetts nonprofits that provide services primarily related to financial education and home buying courses to low- and moderate-income individuals and families.

"Affordable housing is critical for families, children and neighborhoods to thrive and we are pleased to support a number of strong community-based organizations with grant funding," said Scott Powell, Santander Bank CEO.

Receiving the grants, included in the first of three rounds that the bank said it will award in 2017, were the following:
  • BELL Massachusetts, Dorchester: $50,000
  • Boston Debate League, Boston: $25,000
  • College Bound Dorchester, Dorchester: $10,000
  • Common Capital, Holyoke: $10,000
  • Economic Mobility Pathways , Boston: $35,000
  • English for New Bostonians, Boston: $20,000
  • Entrepreneurship for All, Lowell: $25,000
  • Girls Incorporated of Greater Lowell, Lowell: $10,000
  • Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester, Worcester: $20,000
  • Hearth, Boston: $20,000
  • Homeless Prevention Council, dba for Interfaith Council for the Homeless, Orleans: $10,000
  • Interfaith Social Services, Quincy: $10,000
  • Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation, Jamaica Plain: $35,000
  • KIPP Massachusetts, Lynn: $50,000
  • La Vida Inc., Lynn: $15,000
  • Lawrence CommunityWorks, Lawrence: $25,000
  • LEAP for Education, Salem: $10,000
  • Lena Park Community Development Corporation, Dorchester: $15,000
  • Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations (MACDC), Boston: $50,000
  • Medford Community Housing, Medford: $10,000
  • Merrimack Valley YMCA, Lawrence: $15,000
  • Neighborhood Development Associates, LLC, Lynn: $10,000
  • Oak Hill Community Development Corporation, Worcester: $40,000
  • Project Citizenship, Boston: $20,000
  • Rebuilding Together Boston, Jamaica Plain: $25,000
  • The Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts, Boston: $25,000
  • Third Sector Capital Partners, Boston: $25,000
  • United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, Boston: $75,000
  • WGBH, Boston: $32,000
  • Women's Educational Center, Cambridge: $10,000
  • Worcester Youth Center, Worcester: $10,000
  • YMCA of Greater Boston, Boston: $25,000

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