January 24, 2019
 
People’s United Awards $375K to 54 Massachusetts Nonprofits

December 22, 2018 — People’s United Community Foundation and People’s United Community Foundation of Eastern Massachusetts this week announced they have awarded $375,500 to 54 nonprofits in eastern Massachusetts to support activities that span basic needs services and affordable housing initiatives, education and workforce development programs, food pantries, and health services.

“Our foundations are pleased to support the important work of our Massachusetts nonprofit partners that are making a significant difference in the lives of residents and contributing to the economic vitality of our communities,” said Karen Galbo, executive director of the foundations.

Receiving funding were the following:
  • American Training, Andover: $10,000
  • Anna Jaques Community Health Foundation, Newburyport: $15,000
  • Bay State Reading Institute, Malden: $7,500
  • Best Buddies Massachusetts, Boston: $5,000
  • Big Sister Association Of Greater Boston, Boston: $2,500
  • Boston Health Care For The Homeless Program, Boston: $12,500
  • Boston Rescue Mission, Boston: $5,000
  • Boys And Girls Clubs Of Boston, Boston: $10,000
  • Bread And Roses, Lawrence: $2,500
  • Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Boston: $5,000
  • Care Dimensions, Danvers: $20,000
  • Caritas Communities, Chelsea: $10,000
  • Chelsea Restoration Corporation, Chelsea: $5,000
  • Citizens Inn, Peabody: $10,000
  • City Mission, Boston: $5,000
  • Citysprouts, Boston: $2,500
  • Essex County Community Foundation, Danvers: $10,000
  • Family Services Of The Merrimack Valley, Lawrence: $4,000
  • FamilyAid Boston, Boston: $5,000
  • Haven Project, Salem: $2,500
  • Heading Home, Charlestown: $5,000
  • Health Care Without Walls, Wellesley: $5,000
  • Hearth, Boston: $10,000
  • International Institute Of Boston, Boston: $3,000
  • Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center, Newburyport: $10,000
  • Justice Resource Institute, Salem: $5,000
  • Landmark School, Beverly: $10,000
  • Local Initiatives Support Corporation, Boston: $10,000
  • Lovin' Spoonfuls, Boston: $2,500
  • Malden Young Mens Christian Association, Malden: $8,000
  • Massachusetts Coalition For The Homeless, Boston: $10,000
  • Mission Of Deeds, Reading: $9,500
  • Montserrat College Of Art, Beverly: $25,000
  • Mystic Valley Elder Services, Malden: $5,000
  • Neighborhood Developers, Revere: $7,500
  • Neighborhood Of Affordable Housing. (NOAH), East Boston: $5,000
  • New England Aquarium Corporation, Boston: $15,000
  • North Shore Community Development Coalition, Salem: $3,500
  • Operation A.B.L.E. Of Greater Boston,., Boston: $6,000
  • Professional Center For Handicapped Children, Andover: $5,000
  • Root NS, Ipswich: $3,500
  • Seniorcare, Gloucester: $2,500
  • Sociedad Latina,., Roxbury: $5,000
  • South Middlesex Opportunity Council, Framingham: $2,500
  • Southwest Boston CDC, Hyde Park: $3,000
  • Steppingstone Foundation, Boston: $4,000
  • Strongwater Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center , Andover: $2,500
  • Tailored For Success, Malden: $5,000
  • Tutoring Plus Of Cambridge,., Cambridge: $3,500
  • Victory Programs, Boston: $10,000
  • Waltham Fields Community Farm, Waltham: $3,000
  • Wellspring House, Salem: $7,500
  • Windrush Farm Therapeutic Equitation, North Andover: $2,500
  • Year Up, Boston: $12,000

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