Greater Boston’s Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Sunday - October 2

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!

Coming Soon • Closing Night Selection! @GlobeDocs presents TURN EVERY PAGE, exploring the remarkable 50-year relationship between literary legends Robert Caro & Robert Gottlieb. Screens Sun, Oct 16 at 6 followed by discussion w/filmmaker Lizzie Gottlieb:

Notice something new? 👀 This painting by #CharlesDemuth is one of the newest additions in our Art of the Americas Wing. Come check it out!

🎨 : "Longhi on Broadway" (1928), oil on board

The Winterlights Member Pre-Sale will launch on October 13!

Winterlights tickets sell out fast and our and email subscribers are the first to learn when Winterlights tickets are available, click to sign up --->

School principals play a vital role in their communities, but the job's demands make burnout all too common.

@WBUR features the Transformative Leaders of Massachusetts Fellowship and the stories of local #edleaders.


Show your support for wildlife near and far by sponsoring a bench at #FPZoo. Not only can you recognize a special person or showcase your company's commitment to community, but you'll be supporting vital animal care initiatives.

Learn more:

Tomorrow’s the day that you can golf or pickleball for charity!

With various prizes, and tons of fun, go down to Twin Hills Country Club tomorrow, October 3 to show off your best swing!

The financial burden of traveling for an abortion includes gas, hotels, childcare and more —on top of the medical care itself.

Abortion funds provide much-needed financial support, but access to life-saving care shouldn't depend on how much money we have.

This weekend at #SymphonyHallBoston, @andris_nelsons and pianist @YujaWang joined us for a dynamic performance of both of Shostakovich’s piano concertos. Plus, @JuliaAdolphe made an appearance following the performance of her work "Makeshift Castle."

📸: Aram Boghosian

[MBM] From NPQ: "Why My Nonprofit Has No Executive Director" by Niloufar Khonsari - "Deborah Elizabeth Finn via mbm list"

Perspectives on China ➡️ HKS scholars examine issues including public opinion, international trade, superpower geopolitics, and energy policy

DAY ONE - We will be there on day one of the 2023 session & every day after until the EACA is enacted! Will you join us? Sign up now for info, support - and the new campaign t-shirt we are going to debut to kick things off: Together, we will #PassTheEACA!

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN is a haunting and poignant portrait of a lonely 12 year old who befriends his new neighbor, a young girl, who happens to be a vampire. LET THE RIGHT ONE IN screens Tuesday at 9:15 as part of our Vampires in the Arthouse series.

Team Cycle Heroes set off on their Virtual CHaD HERO mission this morning - a 50-mile bike ride (with 25-mile option) through spectacular fall foliage, starting and ending on the Dartmouth Green.

To register or learn more about the CHaD HERO, visit

Many crucial elections are decided by only a handful of votes.

Together, we can make a difference by talking to our friends and family about voting their values this November.

HKS's @LHSummers discusses the ongoing economic crisis and what the current administration can do to soften the effects @HarvardIOP

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