During the Foundation’s annual meeting held on May 17 at Mechanics Hall, the grant-making institution released its 2016 financial results, elected new directors, and corporators and announced the 13th annual Renaissance Award, which recognizes the organization’s nonprofit leader of the year.
The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has made early childhood education a priority in its funding.
The Foundation will hold its 42nd Annual Meeting on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. The public meeting is open to all members of the Worcester County community.
Greater Worcester Community Foundation today announced the recipients of its 2017 Fallon/OrNda Community Health Fund.
The Foundation is currently accepting grant applications for its Fairlawn Foundation Fund. The Fairlawn Foundation Fund is dedicated to improving health and health care in the Worcester area through grants to nonprofit organizations in Central Massachusetts.
The Foundation’s board of directors, Chair of the Board Gerald M. Gates and President and CEO Ann T. Lisi sent a letter April 27 urging Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg and State Speaker of the House Robert A. DeLeo to follow through on increased funding for Early Education and Care in fiscal year 2018 state budget proposals.
Greater Worcester Community Foundation is currently accepting applications for its Youth for Community Improvement (YCI) program.
Announced today that the application process for the 2017-18 class is now open. Application deadline is June 2, 2017.
Greater Worcester Community Foundation is currently accepting grant applications for the Worcester County Food Bank Fund to End Hunger.
Greater Worcester Community Foundation is currently accepting grant applications for the Leicester Savings Bank Fund, a permanent charitable resource to benefit residents of Leicester, MA.
Announcing the following dates for upcoming Foundation events.
The Nonprofit Support Center (NSC) is the leading provider of nonprofit capacity building in Central MA, providing practical, high-quality programs that help the staff and boards of nonprofits maximize their effectiveness and efficiency.
To be considered for this grant, your team must make the education program available to your counterpart organizations in the towns of the Blackstone Valley.
The purpose of the Fallon/OrNda Community Health Fund is to advance projects that increase access to healthcare or health promotion services that improve the health status of vulnerable populations.
According to research, a child’s first eight years are the most critical for human development, and GWCF believes that building a solid foundation during these years is the most effective way to assure a healthy and productive life.
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