By Deborah Hughes

November 4, 2020

This article was originally published in the Boston Business Journal.

Massachusetts nonprofits perform an indispensable role in our response to the current crises — a global pandemic, unemployment, health disparities, economic insecurity and protests against racial injustice. Commonly characterized as addressing social issues, the sector also improves quality of life for all people and serves as an economic catalyst, employing more than 550,000 and generating $36 billion in wages.

Full article available in the Boston Business Journal here.