2016 Spring Grant Awards

innovationWe’re pleased to have provided financial support to the following organizations during our March and June grant cycles.

Children, Youth & Family Grants:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of CM/MW, Worcester, MA, $25,000
For a series of fundraising consultations/enhancements.

Birthday Wishes, Inc., Newton, MA, $4,750
To build a Volunteer Party Coordinator portal on the website.

The Discovery Museums, Acton, MA, $6,200
For strategic planning related to the new Discovery Woods outdoor play space.

Doc Wayne Youth Services, Inc., Boston, MA, $25,000
For development support.

The Learning Center for the Deaf,Framingham, MA, $10,000
For a fundraising/board training consultation.

OUT MetroWest, Framingham, MA, $10,000
For a board development consultation.

Resiliency for Life, Framingham, MA, $10,000
For a staff training consultation.

SPARK Kindness, Natick, MA, $20,600
For a two-phase strategic planning consultation.

Wayside Youth & Family Support Network, Framingham, MA, $5,000
For a staff development project.

Sudbury Grants:

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, Sudbury, MA $12,000
To help subsidize travel costs for the Global Student Summit to Turin, Italy in June, 2017.

Farm & Local Food Initiative Grants:

Franklin County CDC/Fiscal Agent for MA Food System Collaborative, Greenfield, MA, $25,000
General support for the Collaborative to implement the MA Local Food Action Plan.

Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture, S. Deerfield, MA, $25,000
For an outreach and communications project.

Conservation Law Foundation, Boston, MA, $25,000
To expand and enhance the work of the Legal Services Food Hub in Massachusetts.

Mill City Grows, Lowell, MA $25,000
To design and build outdoor education centers at each of MCG’s two urban farms.

New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, Lowell, MA $25,000
To extend a strategic planning consultation in order to implement the fundraising recommendations of the strategic plan.

Posted June 22, 2016

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