Possible Dreams Totals Announced
The annual charity event raised more than $362,000 for Martha's Vineyard Community Services, including a record-breaking donation total.
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Chicken Alley Sale Goes Virtual
The annual Chicken Alley Art and Collectibles Sale is taking place online from August 12 through the end of the month.
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License Plate Is Hot-Ticket Item at Dreams Auction
Louisa Hufstader
Massachusetts license plate number MV 1 raised $46,500 Sunday, as the annual Possible Dreams auction went live online for the first time in its 42-year history Sunday.
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New Community Services CEO Looks to Connect
Louisa Hufstader
More than three weeks before she starts her job as the new chief executive officer at Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, Elizabeth Folcarelli is already forging local alliances.
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Affordable Early Childhood Care Sees Acute Shortage on Island
Maia Coleman
A report commissioned by MVYouth examined youth services for Island children from birth through age 25. It found the greatest gap in services is for infants and toddlers.
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Community Services Names New CEO
Noah Asimow

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services announced Wednesday that Dr. Elizabeth Folcarelli has been selected as its new chief executive officer.

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MVCS Receives $25,000 Grant
Martha's Vineyard Community Services is receiving a $25,000 grant from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation.
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Mental Health Counseling Needs See a Spike on Island
Louisa Hufstader

The need for mental health counseling has been on the rise during the pandemic, said Jennifer Vogel, program director for the Island Counseling Center at Martha’s Vineyard Community Services.

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Bank Donates to Nonprofits
Martha’s Vineyard Community Services is receiving a $25,000 donation from Cape Cod 5, according to a bank announcement.
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Hunkering Down, Reaching Out, Helping Islanders
Louisa Hufstader

As the coronavirus pandemic intensifies, Island agencies and nonprofits are finding new ways to reach the people they serve — without coming anywhere near them.

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