GREATER BOSTON LOCAL NONPROFIT NEWSadmin2021-03-31T11:28:36-07:00
Greater Boston’s Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Friday - October 22
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!
SNAP benefits are available for anyone and everyone who is eligible. You will not take funds away from someone else by enrolling in SNAP! Call Project Bread’s FoodSource Hotline at 1-800-645-8333 today to learn more and to connect with nearby food resources.
“Admire as much as you can. Most people do not admire enough.”—#VanGogh
This week's fan favorite goes to matematica.universitaria on Instagram for capturing this priceless moment in our #Impressionism Gallery. Share your photos with #mfaBoston for a chance to be featured 📷
The WITCH Directors Talk is now live on our YouTube channel! Hear from Director @RebeccaBradshaw in conversation with Assistant Director Rosalind Bevan about crafting the world of the play and the power of asking questions. #WitchBOS → https://t.co/3BcnSp0vh1
Jeffrey Gibson's exhibition of new work is open now in @deCordovaSPandM. INFINITE INDIGENOUS QUEER LOVE debuts a series of massive hanging fringe cube sculptures designed in radiant colors. Plan your visit today! https://t.co/McLd0zUPZf
Members of the State Leadership Team for Domestic Violence Primary Prevention and staff from the Newport Health Equity Zone are wearing purple to show support for survivors and promote healthy relationships and communities during DVAM.
Hello South Shore! Have you been to Copicut Woods in Fall River? Join us on one of our Fall-themed Outdoor Adventures to catch magical views of Autumn, including Miller Lane, a 150-year-old stone-wall-lined scenic cart path. For dates and other details: https://t.co/CnSEwQKZ2M
#DidYouKnow? According to @NLIHC's 2021 Gap Report, Black, Native American, Latino, and Asian households are more likely than white households to be extremely low-income renters compared to white non-Latino households. View the full report: https://t.co/FGwKv9Rxk0
Senator @BrendanCrighton on @CommonWealthMag: Our state legislature has the opportunity to transform public transit by investing in low-income fare programs, RTAs, & the electrification of our rail. It's time to act NOW. #mapoli
The Trustees offers everything you need for the perfect Thanksgiving meal. From humanely-raised turkeys to side dishes and more, let us add some holiday cheer to your Thanksgiving meal. 🦃 Pre-order today! https://t.co/0SuQgwjo1t
We delve into proposals to increase tax rates on wealthy individuals in #Massachusetts on this week’s episode of HubWonk #podcast. Click here for the full episode & more info on our guest, Andrew Mikula: https://t.co/iCpyV5g2mW #MAecon #HarvardGSD @HarvardGSD