All Places in ‘Non-profit’

  • Agassiz Baldwin Community

    Agassiz Baldwin inspires creativity, culture, and community. For over 40 years, we’ve engaged Cambridge residents of all ages in unique children’s programs, community events, arts, and opportunities for civic involvement.   As stated in our Articles of Incorporation, ABC strives “to promote the health, safety, and welfare of community members Read more [...]

  • Cambridge at Home

    Cambridge at Home (CAH) is a nonprofit, aging in community organization or “village”, that helps people aged 50+ lead vibrant, active and independent lives in their own homes and neighborhoods. Membership driven, CAH provides a range of practical services, as well as social and cultural programs, to cultivate a strong Read more [...]

  • Central Square Theater

    Central Square Theater is a unique collaboration between two non-profit professional theater companies – The Nora Theatre Company (The Nora) and Underground Railway Theater (URT) – with a combined track record of 50 years of excellence in producing theater and educational programming for the Greater Boston community. URT was founded Read more [...]

  • Community Dispute Settlement Center

    Mission Statement Established in 1979, the Community Dispute Settlement Center (CDSC), is a private, not-for-profit mediation and training center dedicated to providing an alternative and affordable forum for resolving conflict. CDSC promotes better ways to understand and deal with conflict through skilled teams of pro bono mediators, training programs in Read more [...]

  • Friends of Cambridge Rindge & Latin

    Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (FoCRLS), established in 2006, is a 501(c)3 non-profit association that provides opportunities at the city’s only public high school.  Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (CRLS) has 1800+ students of diverse talents, aspirations, cultures, and socioeconomic situations.  By reaching out to Cambridge families, residents, Read more [...]