On June 1, 2021, 65 members of a new coalition that will work together to advance digital equity in Essex County met for the first time to jumpstart the collaborative work to get every resident online and engaged in the digital world.
ECCF’s Stratton Lloyd is interviewed for Harvard Business School’s “Leadership in Challenging Times” blog series.
Published in North of Boston Business March 24, 2021
They were the first to close and will be among the last to fully reopen. Theaters, performance venues, live music spots, museums and galleries: they make our communities more vibrant, they help drive the local economy, and they serve as epicenters of creative expression, cultural representation and togetherness.
ECCF donors learn about the unique challenges facing nonprofits battling homelessness By Michelle Xiarhos Curran, ECCF Communications Writer When the COVID-19 pandemic began last March, nonprofits supporting Essex County’s homeless population were blindsided....
Massachusetts Community Foundations Announce New Partnership to Support Nonprofits in the Wake of COVID-19
Boston, MA – A statewide coalition of community foundations announced today the formation of a new partnership designed to help stabilize, strengthen, and advance the social sector in communities across the Commonwealth. The Massachusetts Community Foundations...
The Salem youth job training organization held their 5th Annual Celebration virtually this week, recognizing ECCF for their incredible support. NORTHSHORE MAGAZINE ARTICLE SEE ORIGINAL ARTICLE IN NORTHSHORE MAGAZINE On November 12, Root welcomed hundreds of supporters...
Across Essex County, one out of every five households lacks a basic computer. Approximately 160,000 residents live without high-speed internet access. But the digital divide – the gap between those with access to technology and those without – runs much deeper than hardware and broadband.
Danvers, MA — Essex County Community Foundation, a $90+ million grantmaking organization serving the 34 cities and towns of Essex County, is pleased to announce that Marblehead resident Ana Colmenero has been elected to the organization’s Board of Trustees.
Danvers, MA – Essex County Community Foundation has announced that John D. Colucci, Director of the Corporate Department of the law firm of McLane Middleton and Managing Director of its Woburn office, has been named Chair of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees.
FEATURE STORY By Michelle Xiarhos Curran As unemployment numbers began to swell and lines at local food pantries grew during the early weeks of the coronavirus pandemic, Essex County Community Foundation fundholders sprang into action. From March 1 – April 15, 2020,...
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