The Providers' Council was disappointed late last month to read a front-page Boston Globe article maligning the work done by nonprofits. The Globe claimed in a headline on the front page of its Sunday newspaper that "Theft at nonprofits 'shockingly common,'" an assertion that greatly disappointed us.
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Council President and CEO Michael Weekes recently marked a significant milestone of 20 years of leadership at the organization.
A short business meeting to elect new board members will be followed by a forum to address the latest research project.
We're looking forward to working with you in 2018!
The Seventh Annual Caring Force Rally and State House Lobby Day happens in the middle of budget season.
The Great Idea! program, formerly the What a Great Idea! contest, pairs member organizations interested in starting or expanding a social enterprise with graduate students to develop a business strategy.
The event offered human services executives the chance to meet the new ANF secretary and ask questions.
It's time to renew your membership with the Providers' Council, recognized as the voice of the Massachusetts community-based human services sector for nearly 43 years.
Organizational crises require a timely response and consistent messaging.
This training in compliance and ethics in the workplace is suited to supervisory and executive staff across the agency.
Council Member Northeast Arc is using its Changing Lives Fund to fund the competition that seeks to spur innovation and advancement in the disability services sector.
Suffolk University and the Providers' Council have partnered for 10 years on education opportunities for human services providers. This is the second year of the introductory class raffle.
The Massachusetts Nonprofit Network presented each with a Lifetime Achievement Award for their leadership.
Six of the 29 women representing the nonprofit sector lead Providers' Council member organizations.
Relias' available add-on courses and libraries include the Applied Behavior Analysis Core library.
The Council's fall training schedule continues to grow with the addition of two workshops that address the important issues of how to keep employees and understanding compliance and ethics.
A resource list containing useful links on a range of topics has been added to the members-only section.
The proposed legislation would bring salaries paid to staff of human services provider organization in line with those paid to state workers doing similar jobs.
Nominated by other Council members, these organizations are singled out for their contributions and innovation in the Massachusetts human services sector.
The three recipients are employed by member agencies and the women are pursuing master's degrees at Salem State University, Suffolk University and Clark University.