$100k for 100 2020 Cummings Foundation Grant Winners
The grant will help St. Mary’s Center for Women and Children meet the increasing needs of homeless women and children, helping them secure housing, healthcare, resources, emotional support, education, and employment.
The Woburn-based Cummings Foundation, Inc was established in 1996 by Joyce and Bill Cummings. The Foundation’s $100k for 100 program awards $10 million annually to Greater Boston nonprofit organizations.
For more information regarding the $100k for 100 Grant Program or to view a complete list of 100 grant winners, visit, www.cummingsfoundation.org
$100k for 100 2016 Cummings Foundation Grant Winners
To create a recreation room that will benefit more than 100 children each day and allow them to participate in activities that lead to healthy child development.
Young Parent Champion Award—2014
St. Mary’s Home Community Health and Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital through the Stronger Generations initiative recognizes an organization advocating for or providing services to pregnant and parenting teens.
Women and Girls: Promoting Education, Economic Opportunity, and Self-Sufficiency
Homes for Families “Inspiring Leadership” Award—2011/2012
Staff and Families of St. Mary’s Center “For outstanding commitment to ending homelessness in Massachusetts.”
“Be the Change” Award from the MA Conference for Women—2011
For a nonprofit organization that has had a powerful impact on the community and individual lives by helping women and girls achieve their full potential, and exemplifies compassion and commitment to improving the lives of the people in their communities.
Root Cause/Social Impact Research endorsement of Women@Work Plus Program—Autumn 2011
For our unique and innovative program design, our network of employer partners, and the outcomes of Women@Work Plus graduates.
For innovation and excellence in addressing the needs of women and girls in the Greater Boston area.