On December 2, the Cambridge City Council held a roundtable/working meeting that included discussion of findings from the Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program Study Report, conducted by Early Childhood Associates (ECA) in partnership with UMASS Donahue Institute (UMDI). Implementing a Universal Pre-Kindergarten program will significantly impact community based early education providers and the young families they serve. CNC wants to be sure our community is aware of these discussions, and is interested in hearing feedback and collecting comments from the Cambridge nonprofit community. Read more on the topic here and send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are thrilled to report that CNC was awarded a grant from the Cambridge Community Foundation (CCF) in the amount of $40,000 per year for three years. This investment will allow CNC to build its own capacity and expand both our network and the resources we can provide for members and other Cambridge nonprofits. We are grateful for this deep level of support that is a continuation of our longstanding relationship with CCF, our fiscal sponsor, founding partner and the local giving platform, supporting shared prosperity, social equity and cultural richness in Cambridge.