The 200 Foundation Bourbon Dinner Raises $15,000-Plus For Food Pantries & Shelters

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SUDBURY – The 200 Foundation held its first in-person event in two-plus years on Tuesday night, May 17.

Founded in 1964, The 200 Foundation is a group of MetroWest business and community leaders, who volunteer their time to raise money for programs that assist families and individuals throughout Massachusetts.

As a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, The 200 Foundation provides grants that support local services such as food pantries, shelters, rehabilitation, and child service organizations.

Tuesday night’s Bourbon Dinner raised more than $15,000 to provide services to those most in need, said Philip Ottaviani, Jr., President of The 200 Foundation.

City of Framingham Mayor Charlie Sisitsky, First Lady Robin Kaye, Superintendent of Schools Bob Tremblay, City Council Chair Ottaviani, at-large City Councilor Janet Leombruno, District 8 City Councilor John Stefanini and Framingham Housing Executive Director Paul Landers attended the event at Longfellow’s Wayside Inn in Sudbury.

The 200 Foundation is a 100% volunteer organization and is always looking for energetic people who want to help out.

Chris Mingace co-chair of the 200 Foundation take a selfie with part ofmthe Framingham delegation.

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