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April 16, 2021
 
People's United Grants $151K to 34 Massachusetts Nonprofits

March 29, 2021 — People's United Community Foundation today announced it granted $151,000 to 34 Massachusetts nonprofits to support critical community programs, including food aid, small business assistance, youth education and mentoring programs, as well as homelessness prevention, supportive housing, and employment services.

"We thank our nonprofit partners for their perseverance in meeting the unprecedented demands and challenges that continue to affect our communities. We are confident our support will aid in their important work of ensuring that vital programs and services remain accessible to all," said Karen Galbo, executive director of the foundation.

Receiving the grants were the following:

  • Asperger-Autism Network, Watertown: $2,500
  • Abby's House, Worcester: $5,000
  • Artist For Humanity, Boston: $4,000
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Association of Franklin County, Greenfield: $2,500
  • Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence, Lawrence: $6,000
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Dorchester, Dorchester: $7,500
  • Carroll Center for the Blind, Newton: $2,500
  • Children’s Investment Fund, Boston: $5,000
  • Community Adolescent Resource and Education Center, Holyoke: $5,000
  • DOVE, Quincy: $2,500
  • Generations Incorporated, Boston: $3,500
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell, Westford: $5,000
  • Homework House, Holyoke: $2,500
  • Initiative For A Competitive Inner City, Boston: $10,000
  • Lawrence Partnership, Lawrence: $5,000
  • Madison Park Development Corporation, Roxbury: $4,000
  • Massachusetts Downs Syndrome Congress, Burlington: $5,000
  • Merrimack Valley Food Bank, Lowell: $5,000
  • Metro Housing|Boston, Boston: $7,500
  • Network Against Domestic Abuse, Springfield: $3,000
  • Rachel's Table, Worcester: $3,500
  • Rainbow Child Development Center, Worcester: $5,000
  • Read To A Child, Wellesley: $2,500
  • Revitalize Community Development Corporation, Springfield: $3,500
  • Rian Immigrant Center, Boston: $2,500
  • Roca, Chelsea: $7,500
  • Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, Boston: $5,000
  • Science from Scientists, Bedford: $3,500
  • St Mary’s Center For Women And Children, Dorchester: $4,000
  • Straight Ahead Ministries, Worcester: $7,000
  • Tech Foundry, Springfield: $5,000
  • United South End Settlements, Boston: $3,000
  • Worcester Common Ground, Worcester: $3,000
  • Worcester Youth Center, Worcester: $3,500
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