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Harrington fundraiser to feature Paula Poundstone

Emily Micucci |

Emmy award-winning comedian Paula Poundstone will perform a comedy show on April 1 in Southbridge.

How personal happiness can lead to professional success

CARLA McCALL |

When we tackle a job and a career, we are often asked to sacrifice what we're most passionate about personally in order to punch the proverbial clock.

Strully grows NECC by running it like a traditional business

Laura Finaldi |

Vincent Strully Jr. could have never predicted that the nonprofit he founded would eventually become one of the leading autism education and research centers in the world, employing more than 1,200,...

Saint-Gobain invests in its employees' communities

LIVIA GERSHON |

Saint-Gobain has established itself as a key supporter of nonprofits and community groups in Central Massachusetts.

Anthes grew health nonprofit into a community force

Laura Finaldi |

Frances M. Anthes has made it her goal to provide everyone – regardless of economic status – with access to comprehensive health care.

Greater Worcester Community Foundation opens $200K grant round

By Savannah Donohue |

The Greater Worcester Community Foundation on Tuesday opened applications for the Fallon/OrNda Community Health Fund which awards $200,000 annually in grants.

Catholic Charities to raise profile, volunteer base

Tim McMahon wanted to return to his passion of helping people in need, prompting him to leave his post at the Massachusetts State Lottery to lead Catholic Charities in Worcester on Jan. 3.

For-profit medicine changing Central Mass. health care

Emily Micucci |

Profit-driven health care is a growing local and national trend that doesn't necessarily carry ill effects.

Health Foundation names new directors

Emily Micucci |

The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts has named two new members to its Board of Directors.

YOU, Inc. names new president and CEO

Laura Finaldi |

Youth Opportunities Upheld, Inc. (YOU, Inc.), a Worcester-based child welfare nonprofit, announced Monday it has named Kristine Bostek as its next president and CEO.

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