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A program supported by our client Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) was recently featured in the Boston Globe and Boston.com.  Transitions to Work, a collaboration between CJP, Jewish Vocational Services, and The Ruderman Family Foundation, provides job training for young adults with disabilities. Through an intensive, three month, hands-on internship training program, participants are placed in...
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As we saw with 2013’s #GivingTuesday campaign, social media is an incredibly powerful tool for nonprofits—you could say that it’s the ultimate marketing tool because of its reach (essentially endless). Although the world’s most followed “Tweeps” are, unsurprisingly, celebrities, with Katy Perry (49M followers), Justin Bieber (48M) and Lady Gaga (41M) in the lead, nonprofits...
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It was an honor to join the Solomon McCown team at Boston College’s Conte Forum for the inauguration of Martin Walsh as Boston’s new mayor—the first new mayor in two decades. As a former City Council staffer, I’d worked with now former mayor Menino’s administration. They’d seemed as ingrained in Boston’s identity as Menino himself....
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(pictured top left: Jon Pappas) I recently had the opportunity and privilege to participate in Mo’vember, the annual charity event where men grow moustaches for 30 days to raise money, increase awareness and literally “change the face” of men's health.  I have been sporting a beard for a while now, but I’ve never been motivated...
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(Photo via BostonGlobe.com. Photo by Dina Rudick, Globe Staff) Our client, The Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston, is celebrating 30 years of enriching the spiritual and physical lives of those in their communities. Their President and CEO, Mark Sokoll, was featured in the Boston Globe’s Names section attending their recent Winter Benefit. Congressman Kennedy and...
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Only in its second year, #GivingTuesday has already swept the nonprofit world. A charitable answer to Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, the organizers aren’t shy about their hopes to make the day as big as Black Friday. Even the Canadians are in on the fun! This year, charity partners are up to...
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Photo credit: The Boston Globe; Picture: Joshua Malina and Dani Weinstein at CJP’s Chai Society Mega Event Our client, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, held its Chai Society Mega Event last weekend, which honored the winners of their first Chai in the Hub contest. The honorees were the top 18 influential young adults who are making a bigger...
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Massachusetts has undergone huge changes in the past decade. Gone are the days of razing our neighborhoods for parking garages and highways in the name of “urban renewal”.  Instead, everyone from millennials to seniors are looking for smaller homes closer to active public spaces and mass transit. While some neighborhoods are thriving, others are struggling...
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* Photo above: SM& CEO Helene Solomon with Founder of Right Turn Woody Giessmann Royale Nightclub in Boston was the place to be Sunday night for the SuperGroup Concert to benefit Right Turn, a creative place for recovery. The benefit was hosted by Hub comic Steve Sweeney and included Grammy award winners, a New Orleans’ “Supafunkrocker”,...
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When I told my friends and colleagues that I was leaving my job at the Massachusetts State House to take a job in public affairs, they all asked me why I was switching career paths. “I’m not,” I said. “I’m just working on the same issues from a different perspective.” That’s when it occurred to...
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