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John Monfredo: Becker College Pres. Gives Stirring MLK Day Speech

Saturday, January 25, 2014

 

Dr. Robert E. Johnson, President of Becker College.

The 29th annual Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast, the largest MLK Jr. event in Central Massachusetts, took place this week at Quinsigamond Community College. The keynote speaker, Dr. Robert E. Johnson, President of Becker College, was without a doubt the finest MLK Jr. speaker that I have had the pleasure of listening to in all the years that I have attended this event. There wasn’t a person who walked out the room not inspired by what he had to say.

Mr. Johnson motivated the gathering of over 600 people by talking about past civil rights movements and the fact that everyone has a moral obligation to leave the world a better place. He spoke about education having to be a venue for everyone to have an opportunity to succeed. He challenged educators to find a better ways of reaching the “at risk” student by finding alternative ways to teach them.

“We can’t use 19th and 20th century solutions for 21st century problems,” said President Johnson. He spoke about the number of days that students were in school in the 19th century due to farming issues but today, in the 21st century, the numbers of days in school has remained the same. He talked about a school in New York City using digital games to teach instead of textbooks and how successful it has been.

President Johnson cited the fact that Worcester’s school children speak over 80 different languages and that educators have to have the will to make a difference in these children’s lives. They need to reach these children by using different modalities of instruction to allow them to reach their full potential.

Dr. Johnson who took office at Becker College in July of 2010 is a strong believer in higher education as a public good, and has dedicated his more than 25 year career to transforming the lives of young people while preparing them to realize their dreams. A collaborative leader and inspiring speaker, he challenges students to build upon the three pillars of global citizenship – academic excellence, social responsibility, and creative expression to prepare them to compete in a rapidly changing future.

Since President Johnson’s took over the helm of Becker College, he has had the will and the perseverance to make a difference. Becker College has continued to grow under his leadership and his challenge for us as a community is to pick up the gauntlet and make Worcester a community where schools partner up with the public and work together to ensure equality and opportunities are available for everyone.

As a member of the School Committee I know that the Worcester Public Schools continue to make a difference in the lives of our children. We provide many opportunities to assist in the many needs of our students by not only providing a quality education for our students, but by providing meals and helping families in need.

Schools working together with the private and public sector can make a positive difference in the lives of all members of the Worcester Community.

At the event, Stacey DeBoise Luster, Esq., Human Resource Manager served as mistress of ceremonies. The invocation was done by Most Reverend Robert J. McManus, Bishop of Worcester and the benediction by Dr. Roosevelt Hughes, Jr. of John St. Baptist Church. Greetings came from President Gail Carberry of Quinsigamond Community College, Worcester’s Mayor Joseph Petty, Congressman James P. McGovern, and Tim Murray, President and CEO, of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.

At the event a number of students received scholarships to various colleges. Students were also recognized for their essays and art work, and the New England Gospel Mass Choir provided the splendid music.

 

Related Slideshow: The Most and Least Charitable Communities in Central MA

Below are the most—and least—charitable towns in Central Massachusetts. Towns were ranked by how much of local median discretionary income was donated to a charitable cause. The data is taken from the Chronicle for Philanthropy, using IRS records on charitable giving as reported on individual tax returns in 2008, the latest available year.

For each listed town, the total contributions are provided, along with the median contribution, the median discretionary income, and the percent donated. A state and national ranking is also included. State rankings are based on the percent of income donated, while national rankings are based on total contributions. 

Note: No data was available for the towns of Tolland, Phillipstown, and Templeton.

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#70

Hardwick

Total Contributions: $259,111
Median Contribution: $696
Median Income: $53,938
Percent of Income Given: 1.29%

State Ranking: 70 out of 70

National Ranking: 21,504 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#69

Winchendon

Total Contributions: $1.3 million
Median Contribution: $743
Median Income: $46,261
Percent of Income Given: 1.61%

State Ranking: 69 out of 70

National Ranking: 12,884 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#68

Townsend

Total Contributions: $1.6 million
Median Contribution: $953
Median Income: $57,464
Percent of Income Given: 1.66%

State Ranking: 68 out of 70

National Ranking: 12,031 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#67

Webster

Total Contributions: $3.4 million
Median Contribution: $905
Median Income: $51,530
Percent of Income Given: 1.76%

State Ranking: 67 out of 70

National Ranking: 8,649 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#66

Oxford

Total Contributions: $2.2 million
Median Contribution: $954
Median Income: $52,317
Percent of Income Given: 1.82%

State Ranking: 66 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,451 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#65

Millville

Total Contributions: $704,334
Median Contribution: $1,018
Median Income: $53,039
Percent of Income Given: 1.92%

State Ranking: 65 out of 70

National Ranking: 15,985 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#64

Shirley

Total Contributions: $1.4 million
Median Contribution: $1,060
Median Income: $54,521
Percent of Income Given: 1.94%

State Ranking: 64 out of 70

National Ranking: 12,498 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#63

Athol

Total Contributions: $1.3 million
Median Contribution: $849
Median Income: $43,305
Percent of Income Given: 1.96%

State Ranking: 63 out of 70

National Ranking: 12,803 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#62

Blackstone

Total Contributions: $1.7 million
Median Contribution: $995
Median Income: $50,702
Percent of Income Given: 1.962%

State Ranking: 62 out of 70

National Ranking: 11,753 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#61

Gardner

Total Contributions: $2.6 million
Median Contribution: $916
Median Income: $46,113
Percent of Income Given: 1.99%

State Ranking: 61 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,870 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#60

Rutland

Total Contributions: $2.4 million
Median Contribution: $1,202
Median Income: $60,363
Percent of Income Given: 1.991%

State Ranking: 60 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,081 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#59

Ayer

Total Contributions: $1.4 million
Median Contribution: $1,079
Median Income: $53,719
Percent of Income Given: 2.0%

State Ranking: 59 out of 70

National Ranking:12,663  out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#58

Brimfield

Total Contributions: $909,441
Median Contribution: $1,152
Median Income: $55,660
Percent of Income Given: 2.07%

State Ranking: 58 out of 70

National Ranking: 14,655 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#57

Douglas 

Total Contributions: $2.5 million
Median Contribution: $1,188
Median Income: $57,321
Percent of Income Given: 2.072%

State Ranking: 57 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,065 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#56

Ware

Total Contributions: $1.2 million
Median Contribution: $937
Median Income: $45,091
Percent of Income Given: 2.078%

State Ranking: 56 out of 70

National Ranking: 13,234 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#55

Bellingham

Total Contributions: $4.6 million
Median Contribution: $1,136
Median Income: $54,602
Percent of Income Given: 2.08%

State Ranking: 55 out of 70

National Ranking: 7,372 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#54

Palmer

Total Contributions: $1.4 million
Median Contribution: $1,030
Median Income: $49,163
Percent of Income Given: 2.09%

State Ranking: 54 out of 70

National Ranking: 12,677 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#53

Ashburnham

Total Contributions: $1.7 million
Median Contribution: $1,127
Median Income: $53,359
Percent of Income Given: 2.1%

State Ranking: 53 out of 70

National Ranking: 11,642 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#52

Mendon

Total Contributions: $2.9 million
Median Contribution: $1,538
Median Income: $71,929
Percent of Income Given: 2.13%

State Ranking: 52 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,378 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#51

Orange

Total Contributions: $591,748
Median Contribution: $906
Median Income: $42,190
Percent of Income Given: 2.14%

State Ranking: 51 out of 70

National Ranking: 16,955 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#50

Sutton

Total Contributions: $4.3 million
Median Contribution: $1,475
Median Income: $68,595
Percent of Income Given: 2.150%

State Ranking: 50 out of 70

National Ranking: 7,595 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#49

Leicester

Total Contributions: $1.5 million
Median Contribution: $1,133
Median Income: $52,650
Percent of Income Given: 2.151%

State Ranking: 49 out of 70

National Ranking: 12,127 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#48

Hopedale

Total Contributions: $2.2 million
Median Contribution: $1,328
Median Income: $61,554
Percent of Income Given: 2.158%

State Ranking: 48 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,500 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#47

Millbury

Total Contributions: $2.9 million
Median Contribution: $1,169
Median Income: $54,141
Percent of Income Given: 2.16%

State Ranking: 47 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,358 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#46

Brookfield

Total Contributions: $565,595
Median Contribution: $1,064
Median Income: $48,614
Percent of Income Given: 2.19%

State Ranking: 46 out of 70

National Ranking: 17,221 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#45

Upton

Total Contributions: $3.2 million
Median Contribution: $1,610
Median Income: $73,101
Percent of Income Given: 2.20%

State Ranking: 45 out of 70

National Ranking: 8,924 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#44

Dudley

Total Contributions: $2.8 million
Median Contribution: $1,229
Median Income: $55,533
Percent of Income Given: 2.21%

State Ranking: 44 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,546 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#43

West Brookfield

Total Contributions: $1.3 million
Median Contribution: $1,143
Median Income: $51,128
Percent of Income Given: 2.23%

State Ranking: 43 out of 70

National Ranking: 13,096 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#42

Hubbardston

Total Contributions: $1.3 million
Median Contribution: $1,257
Median Income: $55,991
Percent of Income Given: 2.245%

State Ranking: 42 out of 70

National Ranking: 12,929 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#41

Hudson

Total Contributions: $5.5 million
Median Contribution: $1,304
Median Income: $58,001
Percent of Income Given: 2.248%

State Ranking: 41 out of 70

National Ranking: 6,571 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#40

Charlton

Total Contributions: $4 million
Median Contribution: $1,393
Median Income: $61,121
Percent of Income Given: 2.28%

State Ranking: 40 out of 70

National Ranking: 7,894 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#39

Sturbridge

Total Contributions: $2.5 million
Median Contribution: $1,508
Median Income: $65,859
Percent of Income Given: 2.29%

State Ranking: 39 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,969 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#38

Spencer

Total Contributions: $2.1 million
Median Contribution: $1,165
Median Income: $50,479
Percent of Income Given: 2.30%

State Ranking: 38 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,802 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#37

Barre

Total Contributions: $929,715
Median Contribution: $1,135
Median Income: $49,133
Percent of Income Given: 2.31%

State Ranking: 37 out of 70

National Ranking: 14,545 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#36

Auburn

Total Contributions: $4.6 million
Median Contribution: $1,229
Median Income: $53,165
Percent of Income Given: 2.312%

State Ranking: 36 out of 70

National Ranking: 7,297 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#35

New Braintree

Total Contributions: $228,676
Median Contribution: $1,129
Median Income: $48,666
Percent of Income Given: 2.32%

State Ranking: 35 out of 70

National Ranking: 22,120 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#34

Grafton

Total Contributions: $3.2 million
Median Contribution: $1,664
Median Income: $70, 865
Percent of Income Given: 2.35%

State Ranking: 34 out of 70

National Ranking: 8,905 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#33

Westminster

Total Contributions: $2.4 million
Median Contribution: $1,407
Median Income: $59,307
Percent of Income Given: 2.372%

State Ranking: 33 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,150 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#32

Granville

Total Contributions: $603,262
Median Contribution: $1,271
Median Income: $53,522
Percent of Income Given: 2.374%

State Ranking: 32 out of 70

National Ranking: 16,883 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#31

Milford

Total Contributions: $7.4 million
Median Contribution: $1,401
Median Income: $58,810
Percent of Income Given: 2.38%

State Ranking: 31 out of 70

National Ranking: 5,300 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#30

Northbridge

Total Contributions: $2 million
Median Contribution: $1,525
Median Income: $63,673
Percent of Income Given: 2.39%

State Ranking: 30 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,877 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#29

Lunenburg

Total Contributions: $4.1 million
Median Contribution: $1,431
Median Income: $59,837
Percent of Income Given: 2.391%

State Ranking: 29 out of 70

National Ranking: 7,816 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#28

Ashby

Total Contributions: $777,883
Median Contribution: $1,290
Median Income: $53,891
Percent of Income Given: 2.394%

State Ranking: 28 out of 70

National Ranking: 15,458 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#27

Northborough

Total Contributions: $8.1 million 
Median Contribution: $1,803
Median Income: $74,607
Percent of Income Given: 2.41%

State Ranking: 27 out of 70

National Ranking: 4,895 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#26

Hopkinton

Total Contributions: $14.4 million
Median Contribution: $2,814
Median Income: $115,267
Percent of Income Given: 2.44%

State Ranking: 26 out of 70

National Ranking: 2,600 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#25

Paxton

Total Contributions: $2.3 million
Median Contribution: $1,553
Median Income: $63,406
Percent of Income Given: 2.45%

State Ranking: 25 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,291 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#24

Shrewsbury

Total Contributions: $17.1 million
Median Contribution: $1,770
Median Income: $72,176
Percent of Income Given: 2.452%

State Ranking: 24 out of 70

National Ranking: 2,039 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#23

Oakham

Total Contributions: $552,233
Median Contribution: $1,389
Median Income: $55,575
Percent of Income Given: 2.49%

State Ranking: 23 out of 70

National Ranking: 17,353 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#22

North Brookfield

Total Contributions: $820,267
Median Contribution: $1,207
Median Income: $48,176
Percent of Income Given: 2.5%

State Ranking: 22 out of 70

National Ranking: 15,183 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#21

Westborough

Total Contributions: $10.8 million
Median Contribution: $1,960
Median Income: $77,872
Percent of Income Given: 2.51%

State Ranking: 21 out of 70

National Ranking: 3,688 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#20

Bolton

Total Contributions: $4 million
Median Contribution: $2,531
Median Income: $100,082
Percent of Income Given: 2.52%

State Ranking: 20 out of 70

National Ranking: 7,980 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#19

Leominster

Total Contributions: $9.4 million
Median Contribution: $1,268
Median Income: $49,917
Percent of Income Given: 2.54%

State Ranking: 19 out of 70

National Ranking: 4,299 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#18

Uxbridge

Total Contributions: $4.2 million
Median Contribution: $1,487
Median Income: $58, 316
Percent of Income Given: 2.55%

State Ranking: 18 out of 70

National Ranking: 7,702 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#17

Clinton

Total Contributions: $2.9 million
Median Contribution: $1,146
Median Income: $44,740
Percent of Income Given: 2.56%

State Ranking: 17 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,395 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#16

Marlborough

Total Contributions: $10.7 million
Median Contribution: $1,529
Median Income: $56,560
Percent of Income Given: 2.70%

State Ranking: 16 out of 70

National Ranking: 3,754 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#15

Southbridge

Total Contributions: $2.2 million 
Median Contribution: $1,194
Median Income: $44,086
Percent of Income Given: 2.71%

State Ranking: 15 out of 70

National Ranking: 10,533 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#14

Sterling

Total Contributions: $3.9 million
Median Contribution: $1,891
Median Income: $69,245
Percent of Income Given: 2.73%

State Ranking: 14 out of 70

National Ranking: 8,089 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#13

Fitchburg

Total Contributions: $5.1 million
Median Contribution: $1,215
Median Income: $42,876
Percent of Income Given: 2.83%

State Ranking: 13 out of 70

National Ranking: 6,877 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#12

Boylston

Total Contributions: $2.9 million
Median Contribution: $2,035
Median Income: $71,370
Percent of Income Given: 2.87%

State Ranking: 12 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,319 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#11

Holden

Total Contributions: $7.5 million
Median Contribution: $1,821
Median Income: $63,033
Percent of Income Given: 2.88%

State Ranking: 11 out of 70

National Ranking: 5,252 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#10

Southborough

Total Contributions: $14.9 million
Median Contribution: $4,482
Median Income: $154,780
Percent of Income Given: 2.89%

State Ranking: 10 out of 70

National Ranking: 2,481 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#9

Holland

Total Contributions: $533,505
Median Contribution: $1,318
Median Income: $44,776
Percent of Income Given: 2.94%

State Ranking: 9 out of 70

National Ranking: 17,552 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#8

Lancaster

Total Contributions: $3.2 million
Median Contribution: $1,895
Median Income: $63,591
Percent of Income Given: 3.0%

State Ranking: 8 out of 70

National Ranking: 8,943 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#7

West Boylston

Total Contributions: $2.7 million
Median Contribution: $1,677
Median Income: $55,628
Percent of Income Given: 3.01%

State Ranking: 7 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,684 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#6

Harvard

Total Contributions: $7.5 million
Median Contribution: $3,677
Median Income: $114,622
Percent of Income Given: 3.20%

State Ranking: 6 out of 70

National Ranking: 5,245 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#5

Princeton

Total Contributions: $3.1 million
Median Contribution: $2,274
Median Income: $70,187
Percent of Income Given: 3.24%

State Ranking: 5 out of 70

National Ranking: 9,095 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#4

East Brookfield

Total Contributions: $584,507
Median Contribution: $1,816
Median Income: $55,038
Percent of Income Given: 3.29%

State Ranking: 4 out of 70

National Ranking: 17,031 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#3

Petersham

Total Contributions: $463,643
Median Contribution: $1,887
Median Income: $57,245
Percent of Income Given: 3.3%

State Ranking: 3 out of 70

National Ranking: 18,337 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#2

Worcester

Total Contributions: $37.6 million
Median Contribution: $1,448
Median Income: $42,913
Percent of Income Given: 3.4%

State Ranking: 2 out of 70

National Ranking: 552 out of 11,522 towns
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
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#1

Berlin

Total Contributions: $1.6 million
Median Contribution: $2,409
Median Income: $67,454
Percent of Income Given: 3.57%

State Ranking: 1 out of 70

National Ranking: 11,806 out of 28,725 communities
 
Note: Data is from 2008 tax returns, the latest available at time of study.
 
 

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