The following organizations received support during our September and December grant cycles. We are delighted to have them as grant partners.
Gaining Ground, Concord, MA, $5,000
To support Gaining Ground’s work providing healthy produce to the Sudbury Community Food Pantry, and other local pantries.
Sudbury Valley Trustees, Sudbury, MA, $10,000
To develop a master landscape plan for Wolbach Farm, the agency’s headquarters.
Town of Sudbury – Council on Aging, Sudbury, MA, $18,000
To encourage residents to support their neighbors through continued funding of the Senior Volunteer Coordinator position at the Fairbank Senior Center.
Children Youth & Families (CY&F) Grants
Communities for Restorative Justice, Concord MA, $22,500
For a marketing consultation.
Employment Options, Marlborough, MA, $15,000
For a consultation to develop a computer training program for young adult clients.
Massachusetts Audubon Society/Drumlin Farm, Lincoln, MA, $19,975
A evaluation consultation to develop assessment instruments for three programs and to train staff in program evaluation best practices.
One Can Help, Newton, MA, $5,870
To work with a social media consultant for one year to develop and implement a social media communications plan.
Taly Foundation, Framingham, MA, $13,100
For a strategic planning consultation.
Wildflower Camp Foundation, Wellesley, MA, $25,000
For communications, rebranding and website consultations.
CY&F Invitation Grants
John Andrew Mazie Memorial Foundation, Framingham, MA, $20,000
General support during a time of transition.
Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest, Marlborough, MA, $100,000
A combination grant to support professional development and other projects.
Farm & Local Food Initiative Grants
Boston Area Gleaners, Waltham, MA, $25,000
To work with a consultant to create a customized inventory management system to expand the agency’s ability to glean and distribute local produce to food banks and food pantries.
The Carrot Project, Boston, MA, $25,000
To work with a senior fellow for one year on client coordination, tracking and evaluation.
See our 2016 spring recipients here.
Posted on December 20, 2016