June 7th, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Boston, MA — Space with a Soul, a startup organization serving to improve efficiency of Boston-area nonprofit organizations, is offering free temporary workspace, meeting space, and event space in downtown Boston to nonprofit organizations affected by the recent tornadoes that devastated central and western Massachusetts. With their goal of minimizing operations costs and maximizing energy devoted to mission, Space with a Soul is uniquely position to offer workspace, meeting space, and event space to nonprofit organizations who sustained damage to their places of work.
Affected nonprofits need to continue to operate despite the damage from the tornadoes. In times of crisis, the need for nonprofit services will be increasing despite the shrunken capacity to serve, said Stas Gayshan, founder and CEO of Space with a Soul. By offering space to these groups, Space with a Soul aims to minimize disruption to service provision and facilitate a smoother rebuilding process for nonprofit organizations and the communities they serve.
In addition to workspace, Space with a Soul provides state-of-the-art meeting and event space in Boston’s Innovation District that will be critical for the forward-looking response plans necessary during the expensive process of rebuilding.
Organizations seeking space should contact Stas Gayshan by phone at (617) 744-9336.
About Space with a Soul:
Space with a Soul is a nonprofit organization that provides shared office space, shared services, and a network of affordable service providers to nonprofit residents. The services available at the Center allow small organizations to reduce their operational overhead and provide access to the benefits of a larger enterprise. As a result, money saved on programming can be redirected to realizing mission. In addition to operational benefits, residents at Space with a Soul benefit from being part of a thriving community working to change the world. Space with a Soul is currently home to organizations with missions such as domestic violence prevention and improving professional opportunities in developing nations. All residents are engaged with socially conscious programs and benefit from exposure to the programming of fellow residents.