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Beverly nonprofits awarded funds through state campaign

Two Beverly nonprofit organizations serving families and students were each awarded $10,000 to support its programs as part of a statewide campaign of 20 similar donations supporting mission-driven nonprofits and government entities by PowerOptions, New England’s leading nonprofit energy buying consortium. Landmark School’s Outreach Program and Harborlight Community Partners are each recipients of PowerOptions’ first-ever member donation initiative, “20 for...


Landmark, Harborlight receive grants from PowerOptions

BEVERLY — Harborlight Community Partners and Landmark School are among 20 area nonprofits receiving $10,000 grants from PowerOptions. Celebrating its 20th anniversary, PowerOptions is a nonprofit that helps other nonprofits navigate energy supply arrangements and ensure they are the most inexpensive. “We picked the winners of the donations based on where we thought the $10,000 would make the greatest impact,”...


People’s United foundation awards grants to area non-profits

People’s United Community Foundation and People’s United Community Foundation of Eastern Massachusetts, the philanthropic arms of People’s United Bank, today announced that it awarded $303,234 to Eastern Massachusetts nonprofit organizations during its first grant cycle of 2018. Funding was allocated to 48 nonprofit organizations in support of activities that ranged from basic needs services and affordable housing initiatives, to education...


Harborlight could divest from Longmeadow in Hamilton, but doubles down in Wenham

An apartment complex at Longmeadow Way is looking more and more like a long shot. Harborlight Community Partners (HCP), the Beverly-based developer of affordable housing, will likely make a final decision regarding the development of their 40-unit apartment complex at the end of Longmeadow Way by the end of April. HCP Executive Director Andrew DeFranza said he’ll likely advise the...