Lawrence CommunityWorks (LCW) was recently awarded a $500,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation’s NEXT grant initiative supporting LCW’s $20M DyeWorks historic renovation project. At its completion, the DyeWorks will serve as a cornerstone of the neighborhood, offering critically needed access to healthy food, healthcare, high-quality services, and new, permanent, accessible jobs for Lawrence residents.
To further Lawrence CommunityWorks’ (LCW) support of Lawrence residents with financialempowerment training programs, Bank of America graciously awarded a grant to the nonprofitso it can continue its work with residents’ and families’ goals of financial security,homeownership and building a secure future. “LCW’s continuing work in civic engagement and financial empowerment has never been morecritical,” says... Read More
Reading Cooperative Bank is about to celebrate the grand opening of the bank’s first branch in the city, located at one of Lawrence’s busiest intersections, right in the center of the historic mill district that made Lawrence famous as a center of industry 180 years ago. Find out more information in full article here! You... Read More