March 2 Local Poverty Matters Topic – The Robots are Coming!

January 22, 2016

Richard Mullen, a professional speaker and public speaking trainer/coach, will present The Robots are Coming, a look at how technology will change the world as we know it. Robotics and driverless cars and trucks will certainly change the way we live our daily lives. Robots will provide assistance to the elderly and people with disabilities.  Solar, wind, […]

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Local Poverty Matters Discussion to Address Poverty in Public Schools

January 9, 2016

Newburyport Public School nurses, in addition to caring for the physical, emotional, and psychological needs of the district’s 3000 students, must be attuned to students’ socio-economic  situations. School nurses are often called on to intervene when hunger, appropriate clothing, transportation to school, and other unmet student needs impact student’s ability to learn. The next Local Poverty Matters Discussion, on […]

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Pennies for Poverty raises $50,000 this year

December 20, 2015

Coverage in the Boston Globe Metro North section: https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/regionals/north/2015/12/16/newburyport-nonprofit-raises/OOZbHWlkxAmGl6b9FkBmaK/story.html Thank you Newburyport and surrounding towns!

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Flatbread Pizza Fundraiser Set for March 29th

December 11, 2015

Join friends of Pennies for Poverty on Tuesday evening, March 29th, at Flatbread Pizza Company in Amesbury between 5 and 9 pm. Purchase any pizza to eat in or take out and Flatbreads will donate a portion of that purchase to Pennies. In addition you can purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win great […]

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