Not every inventor or entrepreneur has the fundamental knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to create a sound small business marketing and management strategy. Even the most marvelous products and services will falter when not marketed properly. A small business cannot succeed if miss managed.

M&G Foundation works to create a Boston community of entrepreneurs at every level, linking those with many years in green development with those bringing fresh perspectives to the table. Not everyone is cut out for volunteering for a greener environment through physical labor. For some, supporting the newest ideas for energy efficiency, cleaner air, and purer water comes in the form of sharing business insight or offering financial security.
Young entrepreneurs are at risk for giving up in favor of a stable job with an existing organization. Without the right mentors to donate and volunteer, their creative talents might be lost forever. Encouraging entrepreneurship requires contributions of every shape and size, as the next world-changing idea will only become a reality with plenty of community support. American entrepreneurship has a rich tradition of paying it forward. Those that have resources share with those that don’t, knowing that eventually, the kindness will be passed on to future generations.


It is a simple concept: Our Boston, Massachusetts entrepreneurs need help, our country needs help and our economy needs help. By giving our Boston community small business owners the help they need.

our country and our economy will get the help it needs. Shopping on Main Street is not enough. In today’s economy, the entrepreneur is often hindered in so many ways that it is not even possible to get his or her business up and running in the first place. If there is no business, there is nothing to support. Even worse, these unfortunate entrepreneurs who are not even able to get their feet on the ground may possess the next important idea that could be the next positive change in our world.

It is therefore imperative that as a society we take the initiative and help these innovators to get started. We must spread our philanthropic wings and help them to fly.

Financial Gifts

It is clear that helping these new entrepreneurs is a societal imperative. The next logical question then becomes: what form of support can be given? The first answer is the most obvious one: money. Financial donations are the easiest and most frequent form of philanthropy, with good reason. Without the initial capital there is nothing else to be done. However, there are other important ways in which a small business owner can be helped.

One of the biggest ways that a new entrepreneur can be helped is through mentorship. Often a person is great at what they do, but he or she is not a business guru. A person may have invented some innovative technology. Unfortunately, they have never tried to market a product before. It would be a waste to that person and society as a whole if that person’s new innovation was cast aside because the inventor has no seasoned veteran of the business world to mentor them.


Another way that a local business owner in the Boston community could be helped is by helping him or her to cultivate contacts. It can take years to build up one’s rolodex and by that time they could be out of business. By giving them a leg up with contact leads, a philanthropist can make a genuine difference in the potential for success in a burgeoning business.

Learned Experience

In the end, it is the experienced learned over time and passed on to them that is the most important gift a new entrepreneur can get. The experienced business person must teach the novice just as a father teaches his son. Often it is this cultivated long view that is more helpful than a financial investment. Money squandered is wasted, but money carefully invested by an informed new entrepreneur can change the world.

Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that the Boston community take heed to the above, because as it was just opined a moment ago, so again shall it be reiterated here: By giving our Boston community small business owners the help they need, our country and our economy will get the help it needs. We have the capability to offer such help and it is our duty as citizens to do so.


The entrepreneurial spirit of our people is the bedrock of our country. An American invented the car. An American invented the phone. An American invented the modern computer. Americans got to the moon first.

By serving the Boston community, the M&G Foundation seeks to nurture this uniquely American characteristic in the minds of local small business owners. M&G is a seasoned promoter of social wellness and sustainable employment practices. M&G wants to help that next American innovator get his or her opportunity to remind the world of what this country is all about.


More and more frequently the youthful innovators of our country pass up entrepreneurial opportunities in favor of stable jobs in well – established corporations. The reason this occurs is not lack of drive or some moral failing but rather security in an unstable world. When the options are to risk everything or give up on your dreams in order to support your family, the choice seems obvious for most people. It is for this reason that the more seasoned business men and women of our country must take the initiative and do more to help our youth. M&G Foundation is taking that initiative. At M&G Foundation we are in the business of forging relationships. We help the youth of Boston, Massachusetts to get the mentoring they need in order to learn how to run a business and market their creations. We get the community involved in volunteer work that helps young adults to learn how to survive in today’s business world. Further, we support charities and non-profit organizations in their quest to help young adults with overcoming personal issues that hinder their growth towards success. Finally, we use our business connections and our knowledge of various industries to put passionate small business owners together with compatible investors in order to help them forge a lucrative and symbiotic business solution. In the end, our goal is to give tomorrow’s business leaders the head start they need today. This goal must be taken up by more of our experienced business owners for the sake of our community and our economy.