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SMCEP welcomes organizations and individuals who support our program through their generous sponsorship.

Join this list of supporters – without whom our program could not exist – by becoming a sponsor.

Arbella Insurance Foundation

Since 2005, the Arbella Insurance Foundation has been committed to supporting local, nonprofit organizations that work hard to positively impact the lives of the people of New England. We are proud to be recognized as a top corporate giver in Massachusetts and strive every day to help our neighbors in need. In 2018, the Arbella Insurance Foundation reached tremendous levels of donations and community involvement, giving over $2.4 million in just one year and a total of $28 million since its inception.

Cummings Foundation, Inc.

Cummings Foundation, Inc. (CFI), is a private operating foundation based in Woburn, Massachusetts. It sponsors place-based philanthropy focused on eastern Middlesex, southern Essex, and Suffolk counties in Massachusetts. Through the $100K for 100 program, it makes grants in roughly the same geographic areas from which CFI and its founders derived their funds and where most Cummings staff and clients live.

English for New Bostonians

English for New Bostonians is a partnership among the City of Boston, foundations, corporations, non-profits, and community organizations.

Irish International Immigrant Center

The Irish International Immigrant Center supports immigrants and is a multiservice center for people from 120 countries helping them find their place in our multicultural society by promoting civic engagement and facilitating cultural integration.

Eastern Bank

Eastern Bank is the oldest and largest mutual bank in the United States and the largest community bank in Massachusetts. With 95 branches.

East Boston Savings Bank

Since 1848 EBSB has been making history. Learn more about us, events and promotions, community involvement and meet our Leadership Team. Together, we run the oldest bank founded in Suffolk County  and operating under its original name.

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