LSU Foundation

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The LSU Foundation inspires and shepherds philanthropic giving to LSU and builds long-lasting relationships with donors who bring life to current and emerging university priorities. We support LSU in its quest to enhance the student experience, provide working capital to recruit and retain world-class faculty and staff, support life-changing research, and drive economic development. We are dedicated to stewarding each gift to maximize donors’ impact on making LSU one of the best universities in the world.

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THREE LIVINGSTON-BASED NON-PROFITS RECEIVE COUNTY FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

Essex County | February 07, 2020

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When Essex County announced the recipients of this year’s funding for infrastructure improvements, community programs and building renovations—totaling $5.4 million distributed between 14 municipalities and 34 community organizations in 2020—three Livingston-based non-profits were among the organizations to benefit from the Community Development Block Grants (CDBG). Through the CDBG program—funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and administer...

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CATALIST REALTY REACHES MILESTONE, CONTRIBUTES MORE THAN $50,000 TO NONPROFITS WITHIN ITS FIRST 2 YEARS

Catalist Realty | March 04, 2020

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Local real estate brokerage Catalist Realty has created a unique business model by balancing concierge-level service with philanthropy - donating 15% of all commission earned to nonprofits of its clients choice. Today, the firm has eclipsed $50,000 contributed to nonprofits. As a previous executive director of a 501c3 non-profit, Broker/Owner David Crawford understands how important local nonprofits are in our communities, and coming from a family with over four decades of experience in real est...

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ATTLEBORO AREA NON-PROFITS GET $75,000 IN GRANTS

Bristol County Savings Bank Foundation | February 12, 2020

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Bristol County Savings Bank Foundation has awarded $75,000 in grants to eight nonprofit organizations in the Attleboro area. In total, the foundation gave $353,000 to 44 organizations throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The local groups and the amounts they received are: ARC of Bristol County, $12,000; Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative, $10,000; Community Visiting Nurse Agency, Inc., $6,000; Hockomock YMCA, $12,000; Horizons for Homeless Children, $2,500; New Hope, $20,...

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INTEL COMMITS $50 MILLION FOR COVID-19 RESPONSE EFFORTS

Intel | April 09, 2020

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Intel has announced a $50 million commitment to expand access to technology during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Approximately $40 million of the commitment will fund the Intel COVID-19 Response and Readiness Initiative and Intel Online Learning Initiative. The former will provide funding for healthcare and life sciences manufacturers' efforts to accelerate advances in diagnosis, treatment, and vaccine development, leveraging technologies such as artificial intelligence, high-performanc...

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Essex County | February 07, 2020

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THREE LIVINGSTON-BASED NON-PROFITS RECEIVE COUNTY FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

When Essex County announced the recipients of this year’s funding for infrastructure improvements, community programs and building renovations—totaling $5.4 million distributed between 14 municipalities and 34 community organizations in 2020—three Livingston-based non-profits were among the organizations to benefit from the Community Development Block Grants (CDBG). Through the CDBG program—funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and administer...

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Catalist Realty | March 04, 2020

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CATALIST REALTY REACHES MILESTONE, CONTRIBUTES MORE THAN $50,000 TO NONPROFITS WITHIN ITS FIRST 2 YEARS

Local real estate brokerage Catalist Realty has created a unique business model by balancing concierge-level service with philanthropy - donating 15% of all commission earned to nonprofits of its clients choice. Today, the firm has eclipsed $50,000 contributed to nonprofits. As a previous executive director of a 501c3 non-profit, Broker/Owner David Crawford understands how important local nonprofits are in our communities, and coming from a family with over four decades of experience in real est...

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Bristol County Savings Bank Foundation | February 12, 2020

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ATTLEBORO AREA NON-PROFITS GET $75,000 IN GRANTS

Bristol County Savings Bank Foundation has awarded $75,000 in grants to eight nonprofit organizations in the Attleboro area. In total, the foundation gave $353,000 to 44 organizations throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The local groups and the amounts they received are: ARC of Bristol County, $12,000; Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative, $10,000; Community Visiting Nurse Agency, Inc., $6,000; Hockomock YMCA, $12,000; Horizons for Homeless Children, $2,500; New Hope, $20,...

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Intel | April 09, 2020

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INTEL COMMITS $50 MILLION FOR COVID-19 RESPONSE EFFORTS

Intel has announced a $50 million commitment to expand access to technology during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Approximately $40 million of the commitment will fund the Intel COVID-19 Response and Readiness Initiative and Intel Online Learning Initiative. The former will provide funding for healthcare and life sciences manufacturers' efforts to accelerate advances in diagnosis, treatment, and vaccine development, leveraging technologies such as artificial intelligence, high-performanc...

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