Do Good New England First $1000 Grant Winner Announced, Visiting Nurse and Community Health, Inc., of Arlington, MA

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From 467 entries, Visiting Nurse and Community Health, Inc. (VNCH), from Arlington, MA, is the first of what will be four New England nonprofits to win $1000 grants from good2gether every week through mid-May simply by creating a free profile at http://www.good2gether.com/contest and posting events, volunteer opportunities, and more. This contest is open to all New England area nonprofits.

From 467 entries, Visiting Nurse and Community Health, Inc. (VNCH), from Arlington, MA, is the first of what will be four New England nonprofits to win $1000 grants from good2gether every week through mid-May simply by creating a free profile at good2gether.com/contest and posting events, volunteer opportunities, and more.

"Though VNCH is 110 years old and well established in eastern Massachusetts, we are always looking for new ways to increase awareness about the high quality of home health care we provide to the patients entrusted to us," said Visiting Nurse and Community Health's CEO, Christine Dixon, RN, BSN, MMHC. "Good2gether has definitely provided that venue and, as a non-profit organization, we are sincerely grateful for the $1,000 Do Good New England grant that has been awarded to us."

Visiting Nurse and Community Health (VNCH) has, for over 100 years, been acknowledged as the preeminent home health care provider in eastern Massachusetts. The agency has a deep-rooted tradition of providing its patients, and the 33 communities it serves, with compassionate, quality home care, and unparalleled health care expertise, an also serves as a community health advocate. For more information: http://www.TheVisitingNurses.com.

Do Good New England, presented by good2gether, is a grant contest that awards $1,000 each week through May 16th, to New England area nonprofit organizations that join good2gether: a free search and social media Web service that connects people to causes through a broad network of major media outlets, corporate intranets, college/university websites, social networks, and more.
"We're excited to offer these grants to our community," said Greg McHale, CEO and Founder of good2gether. "It's a wonderful way to introduce local organizations to our free service and to directly support the contributions they make to the community."

This contest is open to all New England area nonprofits that register their organization and enter their up-and-coming events at http://www.good2gether.com/contest. Nonprofits that have a community focus with strong volunteer cooperation, and hold events that empower the New England community are strongly encouraged to apply.

There is no cost to nonprofits to use good2gether or to enter this grant contest. Go to http://www.good2gether.com/contest for full contest details.

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