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People are on the move at Sundin Marketing, North Brookfield Savings Bank, and Clinton Savings Bank.
Nearly two decades have passed since WBJ created an awards specifically for healthcare professionals. Today, though, such an honor feels more important than ever.
For Connie Camelo, a temporary stay in the U.S. to study English at university turned permanent when she decided to get married. It led her to medical interpreting, an unexpected application of her passion for languages.
Paula Green has led advancement at Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center for more than a decade. The growth of its healthcare services is itself a sparkling accolade.
Oanh Nguyen is a person who shows up and gets the job done. In her case, that sometimes means working seven days a week to make sure vulnerable population groups in Central Massachusetts have access to nutrition, among many other things.
As a psychiatrist with Worcester nonprofit Open Sky Community Services, Dr. Sarah Langenfeld works with complex patients to provide them care inaccessible and unsustainable through other models.
When Dr. Stephanie Bodor heard doctors in Central Massachusetts were organizing themselves to help people harmed by the War in Ukraine, she jumped at the chance.
Veterans Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Worcester, has been awarded a platinum level HIRE Vets Medallion Award from the U.S. Department of Labor for its support in recruiting, employing, and retaining military veteran employees.
UMass Memorial Health - Harrington hospital in Southbridge has opened two community fridges and closets on its campuses, which will supply food items and lightly used clothing for individuals to access as part of the hospital’s health equity
Worcester nonprofit African Community Education made public its $11 million fundraising campaign, which will be used to finance renovation of the organization’s new community center.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation has a newly launched program geared at helping individuals from marginalized backgrounds access and keep health insurance coverage.
Working for Worcester (W4W), a student-run nonprofit started at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, will construct a playground on Saturday at Union Hill School, a public elementary school in the city. This construction marks the
Natick-based software company MathWorks will donate $25 million over seven years to nature conservation organization Mass Audubon. It is the largest programmatic gift received by the organization in its 127-year history.
An anonymous donor granted the nonprofit Worcester Chamber Music Society $1 million over five years to expand its youth education program, Neighborhood Strings.
Fallon Health, a Worcester-based insurer and healthcare provider, has selected 15 nonprofits focused on food security and care of older adults as recipients of $200,000 in Community Impact Grants.
The Greater Worcester Community Foundation has awarded $2.1 million to local nonprofits as part of its community grants program. A total of 148 nonprofits serving the Greater Worcester community will share the funding, a majority of which is non
Boston developer Synergy is proposing to convert Worcester's One Chestnut Place complex, which insurer Fallon Health is vacating later this year, into 220 mostly market-rate residential apartment units. The project joins a litany of other housing developments proposed or underway throughout the city, although very few active proposals are in Downtown Worcester, which is still largely commercial.