Posted on August 2, 2013 under Announcements
One of the most rewarding developments of 2012 was the selection by the Lenny Zakim Fund for the Alray Scholars Program to join its community of grassroots nonprofit organizations. Named after the late civil rights leader Lenny Zakim, who ran the New England operation of the Anti-Defamation League, the Lenny Zakim Fund supports small but effective Massachusetts nonprofits that are working to make their communities better. As one of the 50 or so organizations selected in 2012, the Alray program received both a grant and access to the LZF’s network of training and resources. The goal is to nurture small nonprofits that are committed to the kind of sustained bridge-building that Lenny Zakim dedicated his life to doing, so these groups can grow and increase their effectiveness.