2017 Grant Awards

 

We are pleased to support the good work of more than 40 local nonprofits who received our funding in 2017. They are not waiting a single moment to improve the world. Their efforts make life better for us all.

Sudbury Program Grants

Advocates, Inc., Framingham, MA, $20,300
To pilot a jail diversion program partnership in the towns of Sudbury and Hudson.

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, Sudbury, MA, $7,500
Faculty stipends to pilot the Hub for Innovation, an innovative learning model for students and staff.

MetroWest Free Medical Program, Sudbury, MA, $1,200
To purchase equipment to create an additional exam room at the agency’s Sudbury location.

Organization for the Assabet, Sudbury & Concord Rivers, Concord, MA, $5,000
To create a report card on the health status of the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord rivers.

Sudbury United Methodist Church, Sudbury, MA, $25,000
In support of a capital campaign.

SWEET, Inc., Sudbury, MA, $545
A series of projects to help eradicate invasive species in Sudbury.

Town of Sudbury/Goodnow Library, Sudbury, MA, $31,250
To purchase equipment and provide staff training as part of an extensive renovation to the Library’s second floor.

Town of Sudbury/Health Department, Sudbury, MA, $1,650
To pilot the Budget Buddies financial literacy training.

Town of Sudbury/Health Department, Sudbury, MA, $17,000
To support a Hazardous Waste Collection Day.

Town of Sudbury/Council on Aging, Sudbury, MA, $15,000
To conduct a needs assessment of Sudbury’s Senior population.

Children, Youth & Families Program Grants

ACCEPT Education Collaborative, Natick, MA, $19,200
For a marketing/communications consultation.

Bethany Hill Place, Framingham, MA, $5,000
For a strategic planning consultation.

Birthday Wishes, Newton, MA, $5,000
For a fund development consultation.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central MA/MetroWest, Worcester, MA, $25,000
For a branding consultation.

Doc Wayne Youth Services, Boston, MA, $25,000
For a program evaluation consultation.

Family Promise Metrowest, Natick, MA, $10,000
For a strategic planning consultation.

Hoops and Homework, Framingham, MA, $16,500
For board development and strategic planning consultations.

Jeff’s Place, Framingham, MA, $20,500
For a board development consultation.

Jewish Family Service of Metrowest, Framingham, MA, $8,500
For a board development consultation.

MetroWest College Planning Center, Framingham, MA, $22,000
For business planning consultation.

Middlesex Partnerships for Youth, Wakefield, MA, $5,000
For a strategic planning consultation.

One Can Help, Newton, MA, $4,250
For a fund development consultation.

OUT MetroWest, Framingham, MA, $18,500
For a strategic planning consultation.

Partnerships for a Skilled Workforce, Marlborough, MA, $25,000
For a fund development consultation.

REACH Beyond Domestic Violence, Waltham, MA, $7,470
For board and staff social justice training.

SPARK Kindness, Natick, MA, $24,000
For a fund development consultation.

Taly Foundation, Framingham, MA, $20,000
For a brand and marketing consultation.

The Discovery Museums, Acton, MA, $4,000
For staff training.

Thrive Support and Advocacy, Marlborough, MA, $10,950
For a strategic planning consultation.

Wildflower, Inc., Lexington, MA, $10,950
For fund development support.

Wayside Youth & Family Support Network, Framingham, MA, $9,665
For staff development.

CY&F Invitation & Discretionary Grants:
Boys and Girls Clubs of MetroWest, Marlborough, MA, $100,000
For general support.

John Andrew Mazie Memorial Foundation, Worcester, MA, $25,000
For general support.

Framingham Police Department, Framingham, MA. $25,000
To support a community-wide opioid prevention initiative.

Lovelane Special Needs Horseback Riding Program, Lincoln, MA, $18,200
To strategize and pilot a new way of managing herd transition.

MetroWest Legal Services, Framingham, MA, $25,000
To provide legal representation to undocumented immigrant youth in Framingham.

Farm & Local Food Initiative Grants

Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture, S. Deerfield, MA, $25,000
For general support.

Conservation Law Foundation, Boston, MA, $100,000 over three years
General support for the work of the Legal Food Hub in Massachusetts.

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.

Gaining Ground, Concord, MA, $25,000
To complete the transition to a no-till farm.

Mass. Department of Transitional Assistance, Boston, MA, $25,000
To support a state level evaluation of the Healthy Incentives Project, which provides SNAP households with greater access to fresh, healthy food.

Mill City Grows, Lowell, MA, $25,000
For general support.

Third Sector N.E./Fiscal Agent for New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, Lowell, MA, $25,000
For general support.

Third Sector N.E./Fiscal Agent for The Carrot Project, Boston, MA, $100,000 over three years
For general support.

Posted on December 20, 2017

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