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June 29, 2016
EXPERT ADVICE
Grants remain one of the best ways to generate revenue to support for your nonprofit, and while the marketplace is getting more competitive, there are things you can do to increase the chances of having your application funded. MORE








June 28, 2016 — Massachusetts nonprofits recently have been awarded grants valued at more than $300,000 from businesses to support community development and treat substance abuse, while others are being invited to apply for a program that will award $35,000 and provide media support. MORE


June 27, 2016 — Boston Center For The Arts, a nonprofit visual and performing arts complex in the city's South End neighborhood, raised $315,000 at its inaugural ball, while the Enchanted Circle Theater, a Holyoke nonprofit, educational theater company, celebrated its fortieth anniversary. MORE


June 24, 2016 — Santander Bank this week announced it has awarded $900,000 to 25 Massachusetts nonprofits that provide services to underserved individuals and communities. MORE


June 21, 2016 — Cardinal Cushing Centers, a nonprofit based in Hanover that supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, announced that its recently held gala raised $500,000, surpassing its goal by 25%. MORE


June 27, 2016 — The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network, the state's nonprofit trade association, today cited five organizations and two nonprofit leaders for engaging in the "most innovative, creative, and effective work being done throughout the Commonwealth." MORE


June 26, 2016 — The Barr Foundation in Boston last week announced that it awarded $13 million in grants to nonprofits focused on the arts and creativity, climate, and education, in connection with its new strategic priorities, announced earlier this year, that seek to create new partnerships with different sectors. MORE


June 23, 2016 — Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law, a Boston-based nonprofit that promotes equal rights and opportunities for Massachusetts residents, this week announced that it has selected Deborah Silva as its new executive director. MORE


June 20, 2016 — The National Consumer Law Center, a Boston nonprofit that serves low-income consumers, recently announced it has named Steve Hurley as chief development officer. MORE


June 23, 2016 — While total donations to Massachusetts nonprofits in 2016 are expected to rise slightly above last year's levels, a recently released report advises that uncertainty over the direction of the economy should lead organizations to avoid launching new capital campaigns or fundraising initiatives this year. MORE








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