Meet and learn more about some of the organizations that have partnered with and provided support for MetroWest Nonprofit Network and their members.
Massachusetts Nonprofit Network (MNN)
MNN is the only statewide organization dedicated to supporting the entire sector through policy, awareness and capacity building strategies. Learn more about MNN.
Foundation Center at the Morse Institute Library – Natick
Individual and nonprofit grant-seekers can use the Foundation Center collection to research funding opportunities from foundations and corporations. Learn more about the Foundation Center.
Foundation for MetroWest
The Foundation for MetroWest is a philanthropic organization founded in 1995 with a simple philosophy: You can make a world of difference in your own backyard. Learn more about the Foundation for MetroWest.
MetroWest Health Foundation
The MetroWest Health Foundation is an independent health philanthropy whose mission is to improve the health status of the community, its individuals, and families through informed and innovative leadership. Learn more about the MetroWest Health Foundation.
The Foundation awards grants and scholarships in excess of $1.3 million annually. Grant funding is designed to strengthen nonprofit partners who are working to solve some of the most pressing social issues. Their college scholarship and opportunity grant program encourages local teens to uncover their passion both in and out of school. Learn more about Sudbury Foundation
Leadership MetroWest is a respected community leadership development organization serving the region for 32 years. Their goal is to encourage and empower the participants and alumni of theirr signature program, the MetroWest Leadership Academy, to be more informed, effective and engaged community and business leaders. Learn more about Leadership MetroWest
Massachusetts Service Alliance
The Alliance generates collaboration and public-private partnerships at the local, state and federal level to grow volunteerism and service initiatives in MA. Their strong partnerships with local, state, and federal agencies allow them to mobilize funding to advance service and volunteerism through the AmeriCorps, Commonwealth Corps, and Volunteer Generation Initiatives programs. Learn more about the MA Service Alliance.
Empower Retirement – CORE
The Massachusetts Defined Contribution CORE Plan (“CORE Plan”) is a state-of-the-art multiple employer 401(k) retirement plan designed especially for the state’s nonprofit sector. Learn more about Empower Retirement.