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June 25, 2022
 
Nonprofits in the News

Planned Parenthood seeks to unionize in Mass.: Employees at the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts are seeking to unionize with 1199SEIU. They have filed for a union election, according to the Daily Hampshire Gazette.

New director for House of Seven Gables managed sites in Wyoming and Missouri: The House of Seven Gables in Salem has selected Dakota Russell as its next executive director, the Boston Globe reported.

Monica Cannon-Grant, indicted for fraud in her management of charity Violence in Boston, requests speedy trial: The Boston Herald reported that Monica Cannon-Grant, indicted along with her husband for various fraud charges as the head of the nonprofit Violence in Boston, wants the federal government to get on with a speedy trial, according to a recent court filing.

Boston students learning about STEM careers through Massachusetts nonprofit Community Boat Building: WCVB reported a segment on two Boston Public Schools that offer applied learning experience of boat building, made possible by the Massachusetts nonprofit organization Community Boat Building.

A Boston nonprofit brings volt hockey to US, 'a perfect sport' for people with physical disabilities: GBH reports on volt hockey, a sport for people with physical disabilities that’s being introduced to the United States by the nonprofit Boston Self Help Center..

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