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March 28, 2017
EXPERT ADVICE
The role of a board of directors is not an easy one; strong governance and board leadership require dedication and intentionality from each and every board member, as well as from the executive. MORE








March 28, 2017 — Franciscan Children's, a Boston nonprofit that is a leading pediatric rehabilitation center in New England, recently announced it has named Kimberly Lubin as its chief development officer. MORE


March 27, 2017 — Wells Fargo & Company last week announced that it has donated $78,000 to seven Massachusetts nonprofit organizations that create solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges aimed at strengthening local communities. MORE


March 24, 2017 — Sustainability planning—not just preparing for the "looming leadership transition" at Greater Boston nonprofits driven by expected retirements among Baby Boomers—is key to ensuring organizational vitality after a new leader comes on board, according to a report released today by The Boston Foundation. MORE


March 21, 2017 — Catie’s Closet, a nonprofit based in Dracut that provides an in-school resource of clothing and basic necessities to students living below the poverty line, this week announced it raised $150,000 at its annual gala. MORE


March 27, 2017 — Girls Inc. of Worcester gets $70K federal grant for mentoring programs...Jacob’s Pillow Dance receives $100K to expand, create new programs...Institute for Nonprofit Practice receives $600K grant, its largest to date. MORE


March 24, 2017 — Care Dimensions, a Danvers-based nonprofit provider of hospice care in eastern Massachusetts, this week announced that it has named Patricia Ahern as its next president and chief executive officer. MORE


March 23, 2017 — The former president of a Peabody-based nonprofit that supports local youth football, appearing in Peabody District Court on Tuesday, admitted to stealing $27,712 from the organization to fund dinners, shopping trips, and credit card bills. MORE


March 21, 2017 — Nonprofits, responding to cultural and technology change, as well as how people interact with them, are evolving in many ways, not the least of which is the types of jobs they will need to fill in coming years. MORE


NONPROFIT ROUNDUP
March 28, 2017 — Partners HealthCare announces lay-offs at Neighborhood Health Plan amid low reimbursements, high drug costs...Home Health Foundation president and CEO to Retire; Karen Gomes to step into the job...United Way of Hampshire County launches fund to assist refugees. MORE








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