our work

community leadership

In partnership with our communities, ECCF invests in systems-based community leadership work focused in areas identified as critical to the quality of life in Essex County as well as issues requiring an immediate response.

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arts and culture

Strengthening arts, culture and creativity in Essex County, in partnership with the Barr Foundation, through the Creative County initiative.

A house affected by the Gas explosions in the Merrimack Valley

crisis response

Providing resources and strategies to increase the impact of charitable contributions and meet the needs of vulnerable populations in times of crisis.

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economic opportunity

Removing the barriers to a strong economic future for residents living below the living wage through the Empowering Economic Opportunity initiative.

Person handing out food to the homeless

hunger relief

Helping hunger organizations get the resources necessary to meet the rising need across Essex County.

special initiatives

In collaboration with municipal, business, nonprofit and community leaders, ECCF also invests in special initiatives that address important opportunities and challenges in the county.

A little girl planting in the garden

generational philanthropy

Educating, inspiring, and connecting with Essex County’s next generation of donors through the NextGen Philanthropy initiative.

A group of boats at the marina

impact essex county

ECCF’s public data website tracking 100+ health and wellness indicators across Essex County.

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north shore blue economy

A partnership with UMass Amherst to research and develop a regional blue economic development strategy.

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workforce development

Supporting pathways to good wages, career growth potential and stable financial futures.

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digital divide

A report on the challenges and opportunities the Digital Divide presents to Essex County.

SUPPORT OUR WORK

ECCF’s community leadership work is powered by contributions from our generous community.

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get in touch

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Stratton Lloyd

Executive Vice President & COO
(978) 777-8876 x126
s.lloyd@eccf.org

how can we help?

We would love to hear from you.

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  1. 175 Andover Street, Suite 101
    Danvers, Massachusetts 01923