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The boards of directors of Seven Hills Foundation and YOU, Inc. today announced an affiliation that will make YOU, Inc. the 14th affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation. This new partnership will ensure the preservation and continuation of youth and family services across the region, which will be integrated with a broader set of services provided by Seven Hills Foundation to children and adults in need of support. The nonprofit agencies’ affiliation will take effect April 1.
January 9th is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. This year, the youth at Stetson School came up with the idea of putting together “Survival Kits” for the officers of the Barre Massachusetts Police Department (BPD) to thank them for their service to the Barre and Stetson Communities.
Children’s Friend would like to thank the Stoddard Charitable Trust for their generous $10,000 award towards the Ellsworth Child and Family Counseling Center. With these generous funds, Children’s Friend will be able to replace an aging accessibility ramp.
Thank you to the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts for their generous grant for Seven Hills Rhode Island (SHRI) towards their Integrated Visual and Performing Arts Program (IVAP). IPVAP holds performances twice a year, their next being a performance of Super on January 22, 2020, 7pm, at Bishop Hendricken High School. Please be sure to check it out!
Open Door Arts is excited to announce their continued partnerships with the Greater Worcester Community Foundation, the Webster Five Foundation, and the UniBank Charitable Giving Program. All three organizations are proudly supporting the Open Door Gallery at the Worcester Arts Museum (ODG@WAM) with a $1,500 grant award from the Webster Five Foundation, a $2,500 grant award from the UniBank Charitable Giving Program, and a $5,000 grant award from the Greater Worcester Community Foundation.