GREATER BOSTON LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2022-01-19T12:28:47-07:00
Greater Boston’s Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Thursday - January 20
The latest local Boston/Providence/Manchester area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Here's an art history mystery to make your day a little more interesting! Thank you to the Cape Ann community for their collective knowledge. Read more from the “Gloucester Daily Times” about the social media sleuths at .
The Marketing Association of @PlymouthState (MAPS) held its 5th annual Teddy Bear Toss event benefitting CHaD on Friday, December 10. Over 1,300 brand new stuffed animals were collected and delivered to our Child Life Program. #chadkids
Happy birthday to Edgar Allan Poe, born #OnThisDay in 1809. Isabella Stewart Gardner's book collection includes works by this Boston-born author of the mysterious and macabre, including this French translation of “The Raven,” illustrated by Edouard Manet.
We’re hosting a series of meetings with Boston City Councilors! Tonight we'll be asking At-Large Councilor Flaherty and Council President Flynn to allocate $100 million of Boston’s ARPA funds to affordable homeownership. Register here to join us! https://t.co/ePfqeSkULE #bospoli
"R.I.’s housing crisis is significant & must be a priority in the budget. But just as important, the investment needs to combine w/ transformational change in the systems surrounding housing as a whole," said our CEO @CortneyNic: https://t.co/VrOCcPtvGo @GoLocalProv #LiveUnitedRI
The Federal Communications Commission's Emergency Broadband Benefit provides a discount of up to $50 per month towards broadband service for eligible households. Click through to see if you might be eligible and apply. https://t.co/57TZVuHErO
David Keane, founder of @bigtincan, an AI-powered sales enablement platform, joins us on JobMakers #podcast to discuss his belief that what makes the US special is its culture both of welcoming #immigrants & being willing to try new things, to take risks: https://t.co/JwX0CUpngQ
If one or more @SimmonsAlumni are gathered together does that count as a mini reunion? 🤔 At Meaghan Schultheis ’16’s wedding there were eleven alumnae/i in attendance. The only thing that would have made the ceremony more of Simmons event would be an appearance from Stormy. 🦈
Dr. Clayborne Carson, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Centennial Professor of History Emeritus at @Stanford, joined us on The Learning Curve #education #podcast to describe the larger political & spiritual lessons of Dr. King: https://t.co/w8Zn5EJody
#BlackHistory #MLK #CivilRights