The Hundred Club of Massachusetts 17 Gloucester St, Boston, MA02115 The Hundred Club of Massachusetts is a Boston-based charitable organization. It offers financial and emotional support…More to the families of fallen police officers and firefighters. Scholarship opportunities for family members are available. Call this organization with any questions, comments or concerns and to request services.
Quality Mart 21 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA02115 Quality Mart is a convenient store located on Massachusetts Avenue. The location offers a wide range of products,…More including drinks, food and snacks. Some selections include ice cream, frozen treats, sodas, juice, iced tea, chocolates, candy, gum as well as lunch items and sandwiches. Call for details on pricing or for information on specialty products.
Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers 30 Federal Street, Boston, MA02110 Massachusetts Association of Women Lawyers (MAWL) works to educate women to help them advance in the legal profession.…More Hosting educational programs and social events at the College Club in Back Bay, Boston MAWL has an associated scholarship, a foundation and other resources for both aspiring and current female lawyers.
With offices in Boston and Northampton, the Disability Law Center of Massachusetts is a non-profit organization that…More offers Protection and Advocacy services for residents of Massachusetts with disabilities.
The organization provides legal services and technical, referral and legal representation for disabled individuals. Problems assisted by the organization include disability benefits, special education, health care, community services and rights and conditions in facilities. You may visit The Disability Law Center's website for more information about this organization and its services and call with any questions, comments and concerns. Se habla Español.
Marlboro Market 45 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA02115 Marlboro Market is a local grocery store and deli located on Massachusetts Avenue in Boston. The location is family…More owned and offers a wide assortment of items, including drinks, food, groceries, sandwiches, drinks and beer. Some products include wine, paper towels, snacks, cereal, scratch tickets, chocolate syrup, sandwiches, pet food, toilet paper, candy and much more. It also offers fresh sandwiches.
The Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) is an independent research library rich in manuscripts and artifacts of…More American history. The MHS is accessible to anyone with an interest in the country's history and remains committed to the idea that public knowledge of the nation’s past is vital to its future.
The MHS offers free exhibitions, public lectures, tours, brown bag lunches, seminars and workshops for teachers. Every year the MHS welcomes more than 1,000 researchers to the library, including 40 fellows, more than 600 teachers to workshops and in excess of 2,000 people to its public and scholarly programs.
The MHS holds 13 million documents, including 120,000 photographs, 10,000 broadsides and thousands of paintings, maps and artifacts. This includes a set of personal papers from three presidents: John Adams, John Quincy Adams and Thomas Jefferson as well as millions of pages of manuscripts and other materials that promote the study of the history of Massachusetts and the nation. The library is free to the public.
Serving all 351 cities and towns in the state, the Massachusetts Cultural Council promotes all things related to the…More arts, sciences and humanities. The state agency works with 2,400 volunteers, grant organizations, nonprofits, schools, city and town officials and individuals to support everything from new hotels and restaurants, community festivals, educational field trips, local artists and creative jobs. A large portion of its funding goes to other cultural councils in the state.
Two important initiatives are the Artists' Fellowship Program, which awards grants to local artists to help them further develop their talents and The Adams Arts Program, which fosters economic development through arts and culture. It's provided funding for organizations and events like ArtsUnion in Union Square in Somerville, the Boston Cyberarts Festival and the Cambridge Science Festival.
The Massachusetts Cultural Council also has a strong focus on children. The Yellow School Bus program helps schools cover transportation costs for educational field trips to places like museums, historic sites and theater performances. And Youth Reach uses art to help support at-risk adolescents.