Greater Boston’s Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Thursday - May 26

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!

BREAKING: MA Senate adopted Amendment #388 as part of FY23 budget to protect & expand #ReproductiveHealthCare access.

The amendment would simplify access to emergency contraception & protect abortion providers in MA–key components of Beyond Roe Agenda.

To learn more about @MACoPGV, please visit

#DidYouKnow: Boston Pops Conductor Laureate #JohnWilliams and @YoYo_Ma first met over 40 years ago!

They recently sat down with @NPR to revisit their friendship and musical collaborations over the years →

After the Prom, Saturday Evening Post cover May 25, 1957. Happy #PROMNIGHT2022!

Who was Anna Lindner?

Learn about her life as an immigrant and her connection to Springfield, Massachusetts tomorrow during Museums a la Carte.

“If you want to live in a better world … become involved in shaping it,” Moldovan President @sandumaiamd MC/MPA 2010 tells graduates in the first in-person HKS graduation ceremony since 2019 #HKSGrad

“The fact that we saw a significant reduction in food insecurity really speaks to the fact that people were using this to afford basic needs,” said Allison Bovell-Ammon, the director of policy strategy at Children’s HealthWatch.

FILED: ACLUM and @Mintz_Law, today filed new lawsuit on behalf of Afghans facing danger at the hands of reinstalled Taliban regime, and New England residents petitioning to bring them to safety in the US through USCIS’s humanitarian parole process.

While President @sandumaiamd was on campus today for her graduation address, she sat down with us to speak about the Moldovan people’s support of Ukrainian refugees.

For her graduation address, visit

As the @MA_Senate wraps up its second day of budget debate, we have some big news to report!

The Senate budget now includes our recommendations to:

Join us tomorrow as we welcome author Angeline Boulley to the Tomaquag Museum! Read all about it inside along with other updates! 😄 -

Don't you just love the sound of Taiko Drumming?

Although Taiko drumming is as ancient as Japanese History, modern Taiko performance known as Kumi-daiko was only developed as recently as the 1950s and 60s.

The bibs & medals are in for the First Annual Otter Romp! We're getting excited... this is going to be a great event! There's still time to register before the price increase on June 5th. Learn more at
#youthsports @SonicEndurance

Meet Marine Biologist and Professor Tamar Goulet.

Tamar loves teaching science to non-scientists, from the popular press to seminars. Her goal is to make science accessible to all. Hear what Tamar has to say about the perseverance of scientists.

Boston Harbor Now’s Community Engagement Specialist @jlmeakem joined @javawithJimmy and other members of @BOS_Waterfront to discuss the upcoming #WaterfrontWellnessWeek 6/12-23 activities. #waterfrontwednesday

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