We must move away from awareness days and months and toward acceptance where we celebrate the differences among us whether they be those with disabilities or others that have been marginalized by society for far too long.
Northeast Arc Marks Two-year Anniversary of Campaign for Linking Lives With Anonymous $250,000 Matching Gift
The gift coincides with the second anniversary of the launch of the agency’s Campaign for Linking Lives. That fundraising effort—launched amid the COVID-19 pandemic—has now raised more than $2.5 million toward its $3 million goal.
A cup of coffee to start the day is a no-brainer for most people. The Breaking Grounds Café in Peabody goes a little further, serving up a big helping of joy and kindness along with your favorite hot brew. And as NBC 10 Boston’s Hannah Donnelly found out, the coffee’s not the only thing that will warm you up; the people and their stories are sure to warm your heart.
Several Northeast Arc residential and day program direct support professionals are featured in the latest edition of The Advocate from The Arc of Massachusetts.
Northeast Arc has received a $100,000 grant from the Yawkey Foundation to support the Center for Linking Lives.
Peabody’s Black Box Theater will kick off the Valentine’s Day weekend with a variety of entertainment for couples, singles, gals, and pals too.
The pickleball craze is coming to the North Shore to benefit Northeast Arc.
When Frances Bustillo received the diagnosis of Trisomy-18 for her baby, Cattelaya, she knew they were facing significant challenges in dealing with the terminal syndrome. She is grateful to have Northeast Arc helping them navigate those challenges.
Northeast Arc’s Adult Autism Support Center helped Paul Gargano secure an IT internship with the agency.
Northeast Arc is pleased to announce that its Autism Support Center has received a $10,000 grant from the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism.