MWNN and FSU launch new Certificate in Nonprofit Management for Practitioners

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Community Harvest Project celebrates certification as a Service Enterprise

Grafton and Harvard (MA) Community Harvest Project (CHP) is pleased to announce that they have received their certification as a Points of Light Service Enterprise sponsored by the Massachusetts Service Alliance and the MetroWest Nonprofit Network.  Click here to read more.

Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation Awards $20,000 to Local Nonprofit Leader

Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation has named Anna Carollo Cross, Ed.D, executive director of the MetroWest Nonprofit Network, its 2020 John R. Heerwagen Award recipient. Read more here.

Food Security Efforts Recognized in City Council & Framingham Leaders’ Proclamation

MetroWest Nonprofit Network recognized as a critical community partner in helping to ensure food security for our school community. Read more here.

Framingham Source

MetroWest Nonprofit Network Partners with Framingham State for Nonprofit Management Certificate Program.

FRAMINGHAM – MetroWest Nonprofit Network (MWNN), in partnership with Framingham State University (FSU), announced a new course offering: Nonprofit Management Certificate for Practitioners.

This 12-week online course set to launch on September 24, 2021, is designed for individuals who are…Read more here.

Franklin Matters

MetroWest Nonprofit Network has announced a certificate program….Read more here.

Milford Daily News

The pandemic has revealed bright spots as well as many needs

By Emily Haber and Anna Cross, Guest Columnists Read full article here.

Op-Ed: MetroWest Nonprofit Network

MetroWest Nonprofit Network signs letter of support to Stand in Solidarity with Asian American Colleagues and Friends

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Wicked Local: Food Pantries Face New Challenges

With the onslaught of COVID-19 and the subsequent rise in unemployment, local nonprofits, particularly those providing food, are being taxed to their limit, forced to meet the challenge in new and unexpected ways.

 “What is most amazing is the resilience and ability to be nimble in the nonprofit sector,” said Anna Cross, executive director of the MetroWest Nonprofit Network. Read more here.

The Grafton News: Community Harvest Project

GRAFTON — Community Harvest Project is pleased to announce that they have received their certification as a Points of Light Service Enterprise sponsored by the Massachusetts Service Alliance and the MetroWest Nonprofit Network. Read more here.

Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation Awards $20,000 to MetroWest Nonprofit Network

NATICK – Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation, the nonprofit, private charitable foundation established by Middlesex Savings Bank has named Anna Carollo Cross, Ed.D, executive director of the MetroWest Nonprofit Network, its 2020 John R. Heerwagen Award recipient. A one-time grant of $20,000 was presented to Carollo Cross and will be used… Read more here.

Wynn Employee Foundation recognizes MetroWest Nonprofit Network

The MetroWest Nonprofit Network (MWNN) has been providing capacity building support and resources for local small and medium nonprofits for over 25 years.  As a community pillar, they saw an opportunity during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic….Read more here.

Encore Boston Network

MetroWest Nonprofit Network launches MetroWest Volunteer Guide. Read more here.

Avidia Bank: Caregiving Chronicles

[MWNN through…]Anna Cross, Executive Director of the MetroWest Nonprofit Network*, reached out to BayPath with an idea of sending handmade, personalized cards out with our Meals on Wheels deliveries …. Read more here.

Boston Business Journal

Recognized Anna Carollo Cross as one of its “PEOPLE ON THE MOVE” Read more here.

Worcester Business Journal

Framingham State University and the MetroWest Nonprofit Network are forming a partnership to help train a next generation of nonprofit workers in the area. Read more here.