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Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation Distributes More Than $400,000 to 25 Nonprofits

July 20, 2022
The Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation is proud to a announce a donation of $415,975 to 25 local nonprofits.
The donations are part of the Foundation’s annual grant making program, which formally awards grants twice a year. Since 2000, the Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation has made grants to hundreds of nonprofits that support programs within the bank’s marketplace. The donations have helped fund food security initiatives, veterans’ services, and a plethora of programs that support at-risk families and individuals. To date, the Foundation has provided more than $14 million in grants to nonprofits providing critical community services.
The 25 grant recipients represent a broad range of nonprofit organizations throughout Massachusetts:
Nonprofit Organization Town Headquarters
Boys & Girls Club of Assabet Valley Maynard
Caritas Communities Bedford
Center for Women & Enterprise Westborough
Circle of Hope Needham
Community Farms Outreach Waltham
Concord-Carlisle Adult & Community Education Concord
Crossroads Continuum Marlborough
Employment Options, Inc. Marlborough
Franklin Food Pantry Franklin
Friends of 2Life Communities Framingham
Gaining Ground Concord
Jeff's Place Children's Bereavement Center, Inc. Framingham
John Andrew Mazie Memorial Foundation Framingham
Mass Insight Boston
MetroWest Legal Services Framingham
MetroWest YMCA Framingham
Minute Man ARC for Human Services Concord
Natick Service Council Natick
New England Center and Home for Veterans Boston
RCS Learning Center Natick
Rifles to Rods Ashland
Rise Above Foundation Northbridge
The Guild for Human Services Concord
Walker, Inc. Needham
Waltham Partnership for Youth Waltham
“I am deeply grateful to the Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation for helping Circle of Hope supply students and families in Framingham with the essentials they need for health and wellbeing,” said Circle of Hope Executive Director Barbara Waterhouse. “This generous grant allows us to extend our highly impactful pilot partnership with Framingham High School and provide long-term support to dozens of students who need our help.”
by Middlesex Savings Bank