Help victims of Hurricane Maria, Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey
The Boston Foundation has teamed up with The Latino Legacy Fund to collect and distribute funds to aid efforts to relieve victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. The money raised will be invested in three areas: disaster relief, sustainable rebuilding and capacity building for NGO’s in Massachusetts, as a substantial migration of Puerto Ricans to Boston and throughout the Commonwealth is expected in the months ahead. Up to one-third will be immediately distributed for relief efforts, and another third will be deployed over two years to support reconstruction and economic recovery projects that are sustainable in the long term. The final third will support resettlement efforts in the Commonwealth. Make a donation here.
The Council On Foundations is directing relief effort donations for those affected by Hurricane Maria (including in Puerto Rico) here.
The Miami Foundation has compiled a list of several organizations accepting donations that will directly benefit relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Irma. Click here to find out how you can help.
The Greater Houston Community Foundation has established a relief fund for citizens in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. Click here to find out more and make a donation.
Valley Gives 2018 Date Set!
May 1, 2018 will be Valley Gives Day!
Registration will begin in early January.
If you are a representative of an organization that is interested in participating and you would like to receive notifications, please complete this form. This is the best way to ensure your organization does not miss a deadline for participation.
Art Stop(s) exhibit now open
CFWM was one of five gallery openings on the Springfield Cultural District's Art Stop(s) circuit Aug. 2. CFWM's exhibit by local artist Amanda Tobin is available to view during regular business hours through October.