By Bob Katzen
The Healey administration announced that more than $4 million in federal funds have been awarded to address priority security needs at faith-based and community service organizations at heightened risk of a hate crime or terror attack in the Bay State.
“Communities rely on nonprofit and faith-based organizations for essential social services, spiritual support and guidance,” said Gov. Healey. “Our administration is deeply committed to ensuring these vital organizations have the tools and resources needed to create safe, inclusive and protected environments. These federal funds provide critical support to our nonprofit and faith communities while strengthening Massachusetts’ ability to uphold our values and celebrate our diversity.”