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Two months after his second term as mayor of North Adams ended. Tom Bernard is settling in as the new president and CEO of Berkshire United Way
Former North Adams Mayor Tom Bernard has been named president and CEO of Berkshire United Way in Pittsfield. He will assume his new duties on Jan. 24.
Voters approved a state tax deduction for charitable donations in a 2000 ballot question, but that tax break has not been reimplemented after the Legislature delayed it in 2001.
PITTSFIELD — Candace Winkler, who guided the Berkshire United Way through the COVID-19 pandemic, is stepping down as president and CEO at the …
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire United Way has doled out more than $1.1 million to dozens of programs dedicated to early child development, youth d…
PITTSFIELD — Nonprofit groups have another shot at getting financial help to pursue their missions through the pandemic.
PITTSFIELD — Daniel C. Dillon, who headed the Berkshire United Way for 12 years, ran for mayor in 1981 and was known for his generosity to the…
Berkshire United Way is connecting community members with volunteer opportunities through its newly created virtual volunteer center.
As the coronavirus pandemic has spurred philanthropy into action, observers say it’s necessary to ensure that dollars flow equitably.