A Boston Children's Collaboration for Community Health Partner: Bostoon children's Hospital

Last year, Raising A Reader MA (RAR-MA) was selected as a recipient for Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health. As a result of a $400,000 multi-year grant, RAR-MA has hired a new evaluations and operations manager, improved inter-departmental integration and evaluation systems and added 9 new program partners and expanded with 1 partner, allowing RAR-MA…

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Raising A Reader MA is pleased to introduce Angela Han, who is taking on the role of Director of Development. With the addition of Angela to the previously one-person development team, RAR-MA is in a strong position to strategically build out and diversify its funding strategy. Angela has an extensive extensive background in the nonprofit…

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A Boston Children's Collaboration for Community Health Partner: Bostoon children's Hospital

Raising A Reader MA (RAR-MA) is thrilled to share that it has been awarded three years of funding from the Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health, one of RAR-MA’s largest grants to date. The initiative is separated into three target areas: Family Housing Stability and Economic Opportunity, Community Physical Activity, Recreation and Food, and Zero…

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New Leadership As of July 1, 2018, the start of RAR-MA fiscal year 2019, Raising A Reader MA has new board leadership and members as part of our natural succession planning. We are thrilled to announce that Gregg Dooling (Managing Director and CFO, Amundi Pioneer) is our new Board Chair, stepping into this role following…

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On Wednesday, April 4th, Coordinated Family & Community Engagement hosted an early literacy night at Lynn Vocational Technical Institute. The event was held to show members of the community the support and resources that are accessible to them so they can better prepare their children for school. Raising A Reader MA’s parent liaison for Greater…

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Raising A Reader Massachusetts (MA) and UniFirst Corporation have announced a new partnership to bring the signature Red Bag Book program to UniFirst employees, providing them with access to children’s books at no charge and the opportunity for parents to learn interactive dialogic reading techniques, regardless of their reading level. Please read the UniFirst news release for…

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