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Building for Good Launches National Platform

Building for Good Launches National Platform

| October 16, 2019

Boston – As charitable organizations work to improve inadequate facilities or build new ones, legal bills may hold them back from their mission.  Building for Good, Inc. (B4G), a national, web-based platform linking nonprofits and charities with skilled, volunteer construction lawyers, launched this month in Massachusetts, Florida, New Jersey, and Minnesota.  B4G will help organizations in […]

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Access Navigators Wins Accessibility Award

Access Navigators Wins Accessibility Award

| October 2, 2019

Portsmouth, NH – Todd Hanson and Anne Weidman of Access Navigators have been honored with the 2019 Governor’s Accessibility Award. Presented by the New Hampshire Governor’s Commission on Disability, the award is given to individuals who have distinguished themselves through initiatives that embody the mission of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Access Navigators was nominated […]

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MassDev. Finances Sr. Housing

MassDev. Finances Sr. Housing

| September 17, 2019

Boston – MassDevelopment has issued a $10 million tax-exempt bond on behalf of Hearth Four Corners LLC, an affiliate of Hearth, Inc., a national nonprofit dedicated to eliminating elder homelessness. Hearth will use bond proceeds to buy a parcel near the Four Corners/Geneva MBTA commuter rail station in Dorchester, on which it will build and […]

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Building Communities Through Volunteering with Building Impact

Building Communities Through Volunteering with Building Impact

| July 25, 2019

by Emily Langner In episode 12 of High-Profile’s Build Better Podcast, Anastasia welcomed Bridget Akinc, the CEO of Building Impact, to talk about how the firm is transforming volunteering by connecting companies with nonprofits in a more meaningful way. By “co-designing” volunteer opportunities and events, employees can make a greater impact by better serving the […]

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MassHousing Closes on Financing

MassHousing Closes on Financing

| July 12, 2019

Boston – MassHousing has closed on $22.8 million in affordable housing financing to the non-profit, Just-A-Start Corporation (JAS), for the construction of 23 affordable apartments and to renovate and preserve the affordability of 65 existing apartment units in Cambridge. MassHousing provided Just-A-Start with an $8.2 million permanent loan, a $13.6 million bridge loan and $1 […]

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JC&A Receives Award

JC&A Receives Award

| July 8, 2019

Quincy, MA  – J. Calnan & Associates, Inc. (JC&A) was recently recognized at the 13th Annual Family Business Awards for business success, contributions to the community and industry, and innovative business practices and strategies, and took home the Middlesex Savings Bank Award for Community Involvement. The award was created to acknowledge a company that has […]

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Students Compete in Eco-Carpentry Challenge

Students Compete in Eco-Carpentry Challenge

| June 4, 2019

Boston, MA – June 4, 2019 – The Furniture Trust, a nonprofit committed to responsible reuse of unwanted office furniture, held its annual event, the Eco-Carpentry Challenge, designed to promote the circular economy and up-cycling while providing students with professional skills critical to their future. Used office furniture donated by local businesses was delivered to […]

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Delphi Completes Noquochoke Village

Delphi Completes Noquochoke Village

| May 8, 2019

Westport, MA – Delphi Construction announced the completion of construction on Noquochoke Village, a $15 million affordable housing development in Westport. The project is owned by The Community Builders Inc., a nonprofit real estate developer, owner and manager of affordable and mixed-income housing. Design was provided by DBVW Architects of Providence, R.I. Work on the […]

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AIA R.I. Names Taylor President

AIA R.I. Names Taylor President

| April 23, 2019

Pawtucket, RI – LLB Architects, a New England architecture firm based in Pawtucket, announced that senior associate Jonathan M. Taylor, AIA, has been named president of AIA Rhode Island. The 501c6 nonprofit membership organization, founded in 1875, is the seventh oldest chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Taylor joined LLB Architects in 2011. He […]

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