Thank you to all our generous funders!
The Cummings $20 Million Grant Program supports Massachusetts nonprofits that are based in and primarily serve Middlesex, Essex, and Suffolk counties. Through this place-based initiative, Cummings Foundation aims to give back in the area where it owns commercial buildings, all of which are managed, at no cost to the Foundation, by its affiliate, Cummings Properties. Founded in 1970 by Bill Cummings, the Woburn-based commercial real estate firm leases and manages 10 million square feet of debt-free space, the majority of which exclusively benefits the Foundation.
Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance
MOVA upholds and advances the rights of crime victims and witnesses by providing outreach and education, policy advocacy, policy and program development, legislative advocacy, grants management, and service referrals. The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) administers two Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) formula grant programs that support crime victim compensation and assistance and distribute funds to MOVA.
Stow Community Chest
The Stow Community Chest has been raising money for 35 years to support dozens of health programs, social service agencies, and community organizations that benefit Stow. They are an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Concord-Carlisle Community Chest
Founded in 1947 as an organization of neighbors helping neighbors, the mission of the Concord-Carlisle Community Chest is to engage our community to help neighbors in need. Local businesses and individuals share their philanthropic gifts of time, expertise, and financial resources. CCCC translates that support into essential aid for nonprofit human service organizations serving residents in Concord and Carlisle.
Maynard Community Chest
The Maynard Community Chest is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that strengthens our community by supporting local charitable agencies that provide a broad range of essential human services to people who live or work in Maynard, Massachusetts. The Community Chest supports 19 organizations and provides many kinds of services to Maynard residents of all ages, abilities, and types of need.
CHNA 15 is a partnership between the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, hospitals, service agencies, schools, businesses, boards of health, non-profit organizations and citizens working together to improve the health of member communities. They provide assessment planning to inform, program and fund community-based prevention and health promotion initiatives.
Acton-Boxborough United Way
Acton-Boxborough United Way supports our local community – being there in a crisis and planning for long term change. Founded in 1981 as the Acton-Boxborough Community Chest, we became part of the international United Way in 1991, while retaining our independent and local status. ABUW fights for the education, health and financial stability for every person in our community. They have invested $4.25 million into the community through grants, community forums and impact measures over the past 30 years.
MA Executive Office of Public Safety & Security
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety & Security is responsible for the policy development and budgetary oversight of its secretariat agencies, independent programs, and several boards which aid in crime prevention, homeland security preparedness, and ensuring the safety of residents and visitors in the Commonwealth.
The TriCon congregation is theologically diverse with people from many religious backgrounds and traditions. They strive to make a difference by getting involved and be giving of time, talents, skills and expertise. The church thrives on volunteerism. Individual participation is essential to the church’s ministry, mission and well-being.
First Parish Lincoln
The First Parish in Lincoln (FPL) is an open and welcoming church. They are somewhat unique in that although they have roots in both the Congregational and Unitarian traditions dating back to the 1940’s, over the years they have developed their own unique form of worship that makes room for people of many religious backgrounds or none at all.
Community Foundation for MetroWest
Established in 1995, the Community Foundation for MetroWest is the community foundation serving the cities and towns in the region, encompassing 700,000 residents from Westborough to Waltham and Acton to Dedham. The Foundation promotes philanthropy across the area, helps donors maximize the impact of their local giving, serves as a resource for local nonprofits and enhances the quality of life for all our residents. The Foundation is supported by a wide range of businesses, individuals, community groups and other philanthropic organizations.
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