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Berkshire Community College, in partnership with Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, has been awarded a multi-year Community College Campus Hunger Program Grant in the amount of $180,000.
Second Street Second Chances Inc., better known as 2nd Street, has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the Massachusetts Community Empowerment and Reinvestment Grant Program (CERP) to support formerly incarcerated persons in Berkshire County.
Bard College at Simon’s Rock has received a $150,000 grant from the state Department of Fish & Game's Division of Ecological Restoration to support data collection, preliminary design, and permitting of the Long Pond Brook Restoration Project
Community Health Programs' insurance team is available to help Berkshire region residents with updating their Massachusetts Health Connector insurance plan during the Open Enrollment period.
As long-term solutions take shape, officials say steps are taken every day to assist homeless residents in the city.
Berkshire County Head Start has launched Resources to Empower & Advocate for Children and Households (REACH), a community program made possible by a $700,000 American Rescue Plan Act grant from the city of Pittsfield.
Goodwill Industries of the Berkshires and Southern Vermont has been awarded a $25,000 grant from the Feigenbaum Foundation that will be applied toward the cost of a much-needed roof replacement at Goodwill’s headquarters, warehouse and training center at 158 Tyler St.
The community-led projects focus on childcare, housing, education, arts programs and supportive services for formerly incarcerated people, people struggling with substance use disorders and under-resourced residents.
Small businesses that did not previously qualify for relief funding under the initial pandemic relief program in the state can apply for grants of up to $75,000 that can be used on everything from payroll, mortgages and rent to COVID-19 safety supplies or outdoor dining upgrades.