GREATER BOSTON LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2020-12-13T11:57:02-07:00
Greater Boston’s Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Sunday - January 17
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!
Explore wonderful educational activities offered throughout the year for children, families and school groups: https://t.co/Rta6QRvD8F
Our office will be closed tomorrow in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Regular hours resume 1/19.
If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please contact the 24/7 confidential statewide Helpline (1-800-494-8100) or visit our website to chat with an advocate.
A huge thank you to @RevClinics for their support of this very important week. #MLKWeekofService
It's not too late to register!
New Nashoba principal on schedule to be chosen by February https://t.co/yg4ua4CYoi
Capturing moments with those you love is a timeless way of showing other that they are cared for.
What would the last conversation that you’ve had with one of your close friends look like as a portrait?
Image: TZ in Profile, Oil on canvas, 2016, Collection of the artist.
"When stress threatens and I begin to take myself too seriously, I try to channel my inner child and make my way to a farm, like Appleton, to see the animals or Crane Beach, to play in the waves. " Trustees Member Sandy, in our latest profile
Read more: https://t.co/yQN18t46Wk
Join @KingBoston11 for the premiere of "Voices on King" - a film bringing together some of our community's leading voices as they reflect on the Kings’ legacy. Jan. 18 (#MLKDay) at:
➡️ Livestream 5pm EST, https://t.co/K6lrdLjAUN
➡️ 7:25pm @NECN, @NBC10Boston
➡️ 8pm @NBCSBoston
Last week was tough, teachers say. But it wasn't the first tough 'next day' they've faced. https://t.co/6VYPColnTp
Happy Kid Inventors Day!
We are celebrating the one year anniversary of Spark!Lab opening!
For more: https://t.co/i3ElFJg1PS
"An empathetic, complex portrait of the costs of independence." – Jordan Raup, The Film Stage
Area Premiere! ACASA, MY HOME is now showing in our Virtual Screening Room: https://t.co/HWOH534hBn
Read the review: https://t.co/u86cGmgpYp
(1/3) Today we're honoring cellist Winifred Mayes, who passed away last December at 101 years old. A trailblazer, she became the first woman string player to join the BSO, remaining a member of the cello section from 1957 – 1964.
A Glimpse into the Gilded Age!
The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum is a late 19th-century Gilded Age treasure with a rich history.
We invite you to explore selections of the holdings by visiting: https://t.co/LvwD6SNzc8
Deep Roots—authored by HKS’s @maya_sen, @harvard’s @matt_blackwell, and @Stanford's Avidit Acharya—shows that the entrenched political & racial views of contemporary white southerners are a direct consequence of the region’s slaveholding history https://t.co/u06rpXYkkT
Taking care in the new year: Rambling Conversations – Reflect Reclaim & Re-imagine at World's End in Hingham https://t.co/Is7tvimgR0
Connecting with our audience is more important now than ever. We want to hear your Brattle stories! What was the first film you saw here? Did you go on a first date? Worst date? Propose to your now partner? Have an "ah-ha" moment? Share your story with us: https://t.co/Foef05Idev