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With dedication and commitment to children and families, the Boston Children’s Hospital continues its mission to provide exceptional pediatric care to children and adolescents between the ages of birth to 21 years.
The hospital provides comprehensive pediatric health care, offering nearly 400 beds.
The Massachusetts hospital is a leader in research, including being home to the largest research enterprise in the world based at a pediatric hospital. Thousands of scientists work to discover treatments and answers for childhood illnesses and diseases. The hospital has been a teaching affiliate for Harvard Medical school since the early 1900s.
The Jimmy Fund was founded in 1948. Since that time, it has raised millions of dollars for cancer research and support.
The mission is to improve the chances of survival for cancer patients worldwide.
All donations and funds raised are used in the fight against cancer by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute conducts research and provides cancer care for adults and children. The Jimmy Fund Clinic at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute provides outpatient care and support for cancer patients and their families.
Boys and Girls Clubs provide support, guidance, and resources to help children and young people reach their full potential.
Through the Boys & Girls Clubs of Watertown, children can receive the encouragement and help they need to live healthy lifestyles and attain academic success.
The Clubs are committed to helping kids in Boston and Suffolk County learn about good character and citizenship. They receive the encouragement and skills they need to become responsible, engaged leaders, citizens, and adults. The Clubs emphasize giving back to the community and developing a positive self-image so they can respect themselves and everyone around them.
The Lupus Foundation of America has been a leader in the fight against Lupus for over four decades.
With a mission to end Lupus, the Lupus Foundation of America is the only organization with a dedicated program to fund childhood lupus research.
It also continues to fund research for discovering how Lupus impacts the kidneys, brain, and cardiovascular disease.
In addition to funding research, the Lupus Foundation works to improve the quality of life for individuals affected by Lupus. It provides support, education, and advocacy for patients and families.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters connect children with mentors who can make a difference in their lives.
The vision of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay is to transform communities by helping children and young people reach their full potential.
Relationships between children, their families, and mentors are based on trust, respect, honesty, and equity. By building relationships between people from different communities in and around Boston, the program fosters inclusiveness.
The lives of the mentors, children, and parents are touched in ways that last a lifetime and have a powerful impact on the communities in Eastern Massachusetts.
The Pan-Mass Challenge raises money each year for cancer treatment and research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Since 1980, the organization has maximized fundraising efforts to increase its annual gift each year through its fundraising bike-a-thon.
Through hard work and dedication, PMC is helping fund research that could end cancer. In 2019, riders, volunteers, sponsors, and donors raised $63 million for cancer research.
Network for Good helps non-profits receive donations from good-hearted individuals who care deeply for various causes.
The organization uses mobile technology and the Internet to distribute thousands of donations each year efficiently and securely to charities.
The company has fundraising software to assist non-profits in raising funds. Companies can utilize the service to encourage clients, customers, and employees to give to charities.
The Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers (M.A.W.L.) promotes the advancement of women in the legal profession and society. M.A.W.L. was established in 1905, making it the oldest women’s bar association in Massachusetts.
Today, M.A.W.L. welcomes all bar members, but continues to focus on providing support for women lawyers throughout the state.
The organization provides educational programs and hosts events throughout the year that allow members to network and support one another in an environment free from political affiliations.