This page lists the latest News articles featuring More Than Words.
Champions in Action: Bookstore Empowering Teens" (1/22/15)
"For its continued investment in the future of Massachusetts' young people, NECN and Citizens Bank have selected More Than Words as this quarter's Champions in Action."
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Following a rigorous national competition, More Than Words has been selected for the new portfolio of California-based venture philanthropy organization REDF, supported by the federal Social Innovation Fund. This is part of REDF’s first investment in the Greater Boston region and will provide multi-year grant funding for MTW to expand services!
This article in the Christian Science Monitor explores how More Than Words started, its growth and impact over the past few years, and the challenges facing foster youth in Massachusetts.
Read the story at: The Christian Science Monitor
Read a profile on MTW CEO and TFA Houston Alumna, Jodi Rosenbaum.
Read the TFA February Newsletter
This wonderful article from the Boston Business Journal profiles the longstanding and supportive relationship between More Than Words and Constant Contact. Both were recognized at the 2014 BBJ Corporate Citizenship Summit.
This amazing story features two women in the Boston area doing amazing work with youth. One of these women being More Than Words CEO Jodi Rosenbaum Tillinger.
The Homelessness Resource Center, along with SAMHSA, took the time to profile the More Than Words organization on their website. Filled with statistics and facts, this look at More Than Words is truly informative and paints a clear picture of the organization.
Check out this short and sweet interview with our CEO Jodi Rosenbaum featured on Jewish Boston. Read about where her idea came from and her passion for the organization.
Article featured in the Boston Herald that looks at work done specifically at the More Than Words Boston location. This article shows that the MTW second location is just as effective as the original Waltham site and helps expand to more youth.
Read the story at bostonherald.com
Check out this great artcile from the Boston Business Journal about More Than Words' second location opening in Boston! The article also touches on the mission and goals set out by the More Than Words organization for its youth.
Here is our newest video of More Than Words. Feel free to take a look.
WOW - check this out, More Than Words is on the front page of the Boston Globe!! This article is about More Than Words and the type of business we run. It also talks about how many of the youth like to work here.
MTW Youth and community performers are recognized for their superior work in this Bentley Vanguard article. Staff writer Lily Ann Montemayor attended the monthly event and found herself impressed with the talent showcase available at More Than Words. Read her full review, and look under our events page for information about upcoming Open Mic Nights!
The Boston Herald takes an in depth look at the grand opening of the Cafe portion of More Than Words' Moody Street Location. The article also takes the time to discuss the mission and quotes youth about their work.
Local author and social worker Amanda Daniel visits More Than Words to discuss her book “Transparent Tears,” and discuss her transformation from a troubled youth growing up in inner city Cambridge to a successful professional and community leader.
DSS Commissioner Harry Spence speaks to youth employees at More Than Words bookstore, providing young people formerly or currently in DSS care with an opportunity to discuss their experience at the nonprofit professional training program with the head of a major state agency.
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