Cummings Executive Suites in Woburn and Beverly offer a prestigious address at a fraction of the cost of a conventional office suite. Available by the day, week, month, or year, our Executive Suites offer an array of solutions to support your business needs—including virtual offices, mail programs, and full reception and administrative support services. Executive Suites are ideal for sales reps, small business owners, or as branch or satellite offices. Middlesex County Superior Court is located at our Woburn TradeCenter 128 campus, making our suites ideal for legal professionals.
One of the three largest private foundations in New England, Woburn-based Cummings Foundation has awarded more than a quarter-billion dollars in grants to Greater Boston nonprofits alone. Its subsidiaries include two not-for-profit assisted living communities, New Horizons-Choate in Woburn and New Horizons in Marlborough, as well as Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. The majority of its local grant making is done through the Cummings $20 Million Grant Program.
With private, not-for-profit retirement residences in Woburn and Marlborough, New Horizons offers independent and assisted living communities with welcoming atmospheres and superior amenities.
The only veterinary school in New England, Cummings School's progressive academic programs, high-quality clinical care services, and original research have brought Tufts University national and worldwide acclaim.
As a place-based philanthropic initiative, the Cummings $20 Million Grant Program seeks to support nonprofits in Essex, Middlesex, and Suffolk counties in eastern Massachusetts. Each year, this program awards 125 grants to a diverse group of charities. These awards include 100 grants of $100,000 each, plus 25 ten-year grants of up to $500,000 each. These grants fund a wide variety of local causes, including underserved populations, healthcare, social justice, and education. The Cummings Foundation $20 Million Grant Program webpage offers a great deal of information, including a timeline, eligibility requirements, and funding priorities.
In an effort to help prevent future genocides and other intercultural violence, this organization supports charitable efforts in Rwanda as well as educational programs designed to inspire U.S. college students to combat intolerance.