Danvers, MA --- Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF), a nonprofit working to improve the 34 cities and towns of Essex County, is pleased to announce the recipients of the second round of open application grants from our Essex County COVID-19 Response Fund. The...
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.
As a society, we invest in roads and buildings, in water and electric systems because they are vital to our economic development and prosperity. So are people. But do we invest effectively in our human infrastructure?
On Oct. 5, ECCF partnered with youth civic engagement nonprofits Generation Citizen and Common Cause to present Youth Take the Lead, a webinar designed for young people – and the organizations that serve them – who are interested in learning ways youth can engage in...
Essex County Community Foundation (ECCF), a nonprofit working to improve the 34 cities and towns of Essex County, is proud to announce the recipients of the first round of open application grants from our Essex County COVID-19 Response Fund.
Using Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) to Advance Individuals and Meet Employer Needs on Massachusetts’ North Shore
See the Northeast Regional Prior Learning Assessment Consortium (NERPLAC) whitepaper here.
Under the direction of the VP For Grants, Nonprofits & Donor Services, the Donor Stewardship and Services Assistant is responsible for Fundholder customer service, organizational and logistical support to the Donor Services team.
ECCF’s Greater Lawrence Community Fund Announces Grant Deadline and Open Applications for the Patricia F. Karl Innovation Award
Born and raised in Lawrence, MA, Patricia F. Karl was deeply committed to helping youth and families in Greater Lawrence.
With Help From the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund, ECCF grants $5.6 Million in Emergency COVID Relief to Area Nonprofits
Danvers, MA – The fallout from COVID-19 has challenged local nonprofits to do more with less. But from March through July, Essex County Community Foundation – seeking to support their critical work in our communities – granted a total of $5.6 million to Essex County organizations working to help residents through the pandemic.
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.
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