May 27, 2018
 
People’s United Awards $350K to 64 Massachusetts Nonprofits

May 10, 2018 — People’s United Community Foundation and People’s United Community Foundation of Eastern Massachusetts recently announced they have awarded $350,750 to 64 Massachusetts nonprofit organizations that provide services ranging from basic needs services and affordable housing initiatives to education and workforce development programs.

“We are proud to partner with and show our ongoing support for the hundreds of nonprofit organizations across Massachusetts that have dedicated countless hours to having a positive impact on their local communities, and to bringing change to the lives of local residents and businesses,” said Karen Galbo, executive director of the foundations.

Receiving the grants were the following:
  • Artist For Humanity, $4,000
  • Asian Community Development Corp, $3,000
  • BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life), $5,000
  • Beverly Bootstraps Community Services, $10,000
  • Beverly School for the Deaf, $11,000
  • Big Brothers-Big Sisters Of Hampden County, $2,500
  • Birthday Wishes, $10,000
  • Bishop Fenwick High School, $5,000
  • Boston Senior Home Care, $7,500
  • Boston Trinity Academy, $5,000
  • Bottom Line,., $7,500
  • Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence, $5,000
  • Boys & Girls Club of Worcester, $5,000
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Dorchester, $5,000
  • Breakthrough Greater Boston, $3,000
  • Building a Better Beverly, $20,000
  • Cardinal Cushing Centers, $2,500
  • Center for Human Development, $3,500
  • Compass Working Capital, $2,500
  • Cradles to Crayons, $5,000
  • Creative Living, $1,500
  • Dismas House of Massachusetts, $4,500
  • Economic Mobility Pathways, $5,000
  • English for New Bostonians, $2,500
  • Essex County Community Foundation, $20,000
  • For Kids Only Afterschool, $5,000
  • Franklin County Community Meals Program, $3,000
  • Friends of Northshore Education Consortium, $10,000
  • Generations Incorporated, $5,000
  • Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, $5,000
  • Girls Inc. of Worcester, $4,000
  • Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity, $5,000
  • Harborlight Community Partners, $15,000
  • Housing Families, $5,000
  • Immigrant Learning Center, $2,500
  • Improbable Players, $2,000
  • Lawrence Family Development, $4,000
  • Leap for Education, $3,750
  • Link to Libraries, $2,500
  • MAB Community Services, $5,000
  • Madison Park Development Corporation, $3,500
  • Massachusetts Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, $5,000
  • MAY Institute, $2,500
  • Merrimack Valley Food Bank, $3,000
  • Metro Housing|Boston, $6,000
  • Nativity School of Worcester, $10,000
  • North Shore Community Action Programs, $5,000
  • Open Pantry Community Services, $3,500
  • Peer Health Exchange, $10,000
  • Plummer Youth Promise, $7,500
  • Rachel's Table (a program of the Jewish Federation of Central MA), $3,500
  • Rainbow Child Development Center, $5,000
  • Read To A Child, $2,500
  • Teach For America - Boston, $5,000
  • The Community Adolescent Resource and Education Center, $5,000
  • The Community House, $2,500
  • Theater Offensive, $2,500
  • Triangle, $10,000
  • Tri-Town Council on Youth and Family Services, $6,500
  • uAspire, $2,500
  • Womanshelter/Compañeras, $2,500
  • Worcester Interfaith, $5,000
  • Worcester Youth Center, $3,000
  • WriteBoston, $7,000

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