Associate Development Director Position
This is a full-time exempt position and reports to the Development Director. The development department is responsible for raising approximately $1M from private and governmental sources. The Associate Development Director manages a robust cycle of foundation, corporate and government grants and identifies, researches, and pursues new funding opportunities for a growing and innovative non-profit in Lawrence.
Interested in interning at Groundwork Lawrence or some other fantastic non-profit? Paid internship opportunity for undergraduates. Deadline March 1, 2016. http://www.forestfoundation.net/summer-internships-13.html
Join the Fresco Cooking Club - 1st Session of the year January 23rd
We are very pleased to report that our city of Lawrence, MA was one of the eight winners of the 2015 RWJF Culture of Health Prize awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The Prize celebrates the strides communities have made to ensure good health flourishes for all. Announced today at RWJF headquarters in Princeton, New Jersey, the Lawrence community will receive a cash prize of $25,000 in recognition of its commitment to building a Culture of Health. Lawrence is being recognized for leveraging its unique strengths and rallying community partners around a shared vision of health.
WASHINGTON, DC – October 7, 2015 – Congresswoman Niki Tsongas today introduced new legislation to help urban communities turn blighted environments into public parks or other usable green spaces, while creating jobs in communities with elevated unemployment.
The Groundwork USA Trust Act was developed in consultation with the nonprofit group Groundwork Lawrence and would create a dedicated federal funding stream to ensure support for the twenty existing Groundwork programs nationwide, enabling other cities to launch similar initiatives.
Joins Tsongas for her 9th Annual River Day
Sec. Jewell addresses students at Minute Man NHP; seated (L to R) Rep. Niki Tsongas, Nancy Nelson, Heather McMann, Anna West Winter, Alison Field-Juma
Posted: Sunday, April 26, 2015 12:15 am - By Lisa Kashinsky email@example.com
LAWRENCE — For Lawrence resident Sarai Concepcion and her 8-year-old daughter, Michelle Delacruz, cleaning up Campagnone Common on Saturday was both a bonding experience and a chance to better their community.
“It starts from family and education and the first thing we need to do is educate our kids so we can have a better planet,” Concepcion said.