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Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation Donates $345,300 to 19 Local Nonprofits

December 09, 2021
Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation announced its donation of $345,300 to local nonprofits through its Grant Program.
Last year, Middlesex assisted nonprofits with a specialized COVID-19 relief fund, on top of its annual grant awards. Now, Middlesex continues to provide meaningful support through its traditional grantmaking program by focusing on three core areas – educational opportunities, basic human needs, and nonprofit capacity building. Since its inception in 2000, the Foundation has provided more than $13 million in grants to nonprofits providing critical community services.
The 19 grant recipients represent a broad range of nonprofit organizations throughout Massachusetts:
Grant Recipient  Town/City Headquarters
Bethany Hill Place Framingham
Big Sister Association of Greater Boston Boston
Clear Path for Veterans, Inc. Devens
Daniel’s Table Framingham
Family Promise Metrowest Natick
Habitat for Humanity North Central Mass Acton
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell Westford
Hoops and Homework Framingham
Horace Mann Educational Associates (HMEA) Franklin
Lovelane Special Needs Horseback Riding Program Lincoln
Minuteman Senior Services Bedford
One Family, Inc. Waltham
Project Just Because Hopkinton
RIA House, Inc. Framingham
Samaritans Boston
SPARK Kindness Natick
Springwell Inc. Waltham
The Home for Little Wanderers Walpole
Wildstar Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy, Inc. Sherborn

"Middlesex Savings Bank’s generous support will help Family Promise keep more Metrowest families in their homes by providing the necessary programming to stabilize their incomes, connect with local resources, keep their children enrolled in school and daycare, provide a stable happy home for their families, and maintain a healthy sustainable future," said Susan Crossley, executive director of Family Promise Metrowest.
by Middlesex Savings Bank