Grants

BEVERLY RECEIVES SEAPORT GRANTS TOTALING ALMOST $500,000

The City of Beverly was recently awarded two grants by the Baker-Polito Administration’s Seaport Economic Council. A $400,000 grant award will fund the replacement of the existing anchor system for the recreational docks located at Glover Wharf with guided piles. The project will address important safety and equipment concerns for

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Beverly Awarded Grant for Waterfront Resiliency

The City of Beverly was awarded an $89,981 grant for the Beverly Waterfront Resiliency Project.  The grant will provide funds to identify climate change risks and develop preliminary strategies to protect the most vulnerable public infrastructure and critical facilities from flooding and sea level rise. The grant was awarded by the

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People’s United Bank Donates to Mayor Cahill’s Summer Literacy Program

People’s United Community Foundation of Eastern Massachusetts, the charitable arm of People’s United Bank (Massachusetts), recently donated $15,000 to Building a Better Beverly in support of Mayor Cahill’s Summer Literacy Program. The Summer Literacy Program will fund 120 students for 6 weeks of summer literacy learning and fun day camp

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City of Beverly Receives Essex Heritage Partnership Grant

The Essex National Heritage Commission (Essex Heritage), in keeping with its long tradition of supporting the region’s unique cultural heritage, announced the 2016 Essex Heritage Partnership Grant Program recipients at the Commission’s Spring Meeting in Newburyport on April 14. Over the next year, the 20 grant recipients will be working

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Beverly Receives Townwide Preservation Assessment Grant

The Beverly Public Library and various community partners were recently awarded a Townwide Preservation Assessment Grant.  The grant provides preservation assessment services for critical document collections and is the first step toward preserving, arranging, describing, and digitizing historically significant local collections for public access.  The grant is valued at around

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Beverly Receives First Responder Naloxone Grant

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has awarded the City of Beverly’s Police Department a $20,000 First Responder Naloxone (Narcan) Grant.  Grant funds will be used to purchase replacement Narcan, supplement police training on administration of Narcan, and provide community education materials. Please see the recent Salem News article for

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