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Earlier this month, Boston Scores celebrated 20 years of serving Boston youth with a gala event held in the Seaport District. The Boston Scores story began in 1998 with the mission being to provide after-school soccer and enrichment programs to urban youth. Initially, the non-profit only served students in grades …

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Friends of the Children is a non-profit organization that provides children from high-risk communities with a professional mentor that guides them from kindergarten right through to graduation from high school. The non-profit, established in Portland, Oregon in 1993 is now based in 11 locations across the United States including Boston, …

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Bridge Over Troubled Waters (Bridge) is a Downtown Boston based non-profit organization that has been in existence for almost a half century, battling to prevent long-term homelessness for vulnerable youths so they may become self-sufficient. Since 1970, Bridge has strived to provide life changing services for homeless and high-risk youth …

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Soccer Without Borders (SWB) has expanded since its formation in Oakland, California in 2006 to serve in other cities in the United States such as Baltimore, Seattle and Boston as well as providing international programs in Nicaragua and Uganda. The non-profit was created over a decade ago with its aim …

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The Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations (MACDC) was established in 1982 and serves as a trade organization for community development corporations (CDC’s) located within the Commonwealth. About MACDC MACDC’s base is situated right in the heart of Downtown Boston. The non-profit currently has nine employees, including John Fitterer. John …

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Jon Gay has been with Playworks since the national non-profit opened its New England branch in Boston in 2006. Twelve years ago, Jon started as a Playworks coach when the organization served only six elementary schools in Boston. He progressed to other roles including program manager and development director and …

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Thirty years after its formation, the Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance (MHSA) was recognized for its innovative approach to ending homelessness in March 2018 with the $100,000 Hearst Health Prize for Excellence in Population Health. MHSA President & Executive Director Joe Finn accepted the prize for the non-profits Home & …

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Massachusetts Nonprofit Network (MNN) was founded in 2007 by a small group of non-profit sector leaders. Eleven years later, MNN remains the only statewide organization in the non-profit field with an ever-growing number of members. MNN have five full-time employees working at their office based on Atlantic Avenue in Downtown …

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Room to Grow is a three-year program that solely supports low-income families with parenting education and material goods to ensure their children have the right skills to thrive from the start of their lives. The non-profit organization is based in both New York and Boston. The Boston office, situated on …

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The Hub Theatre Company of Boston was formed in the spring of 2012 by Lauren Elias and Jon Geoffion. While Jon has moved away from Boston, Lauren remains involved in the group and is the only full-time person with two part-time employees. Each year is regarded as a season at …

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