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SUDBURY – The Sudbury Foundation announced this week that it has awarded $247,640 to 16 local nonprofits in its last round of granting for 2022.
This brings the Foundation’s total granting for the year to $1.78 million.

“The last round of grants for 2022 includes funding for organizations focusing on the emotional well-being of our young people. We are proud to support their important work,” said Sudbury Foundation Executive Director, Sonia Shah.

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Children, Youth & Family Youth Emotional Well-Bring Grant Program
 Bethany Hill Place: $20,000
To support youth programming for low-income youth facing homelessness.
 Boys & Girls Club of Assabet Valley: $20,000
To support summer programming and the Beyond the Bell after-school programming.
 Chica Project: $20,000
To expand youth development programming in Framingham.
 Danny’s Place: $16,140
To expand the Sparks & Me program.
 Discovery Museum: $11,500
To expand the Nature Passport Program.
 Jewish Family Service of Metrowest: $20,000
To provide wrap-around assistance to families of immigrant children.
 Massachusetts Audubon Society: $20,000

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To fund another year of an environmental and social literacy program at three
Framingham after-school programs run by the school department.
 MetroWest Mediation Services: $15,000
To develop a Peer Mediation program at Natick and Wayland High School.
 One Love Foundation: $7,000
To expand the relational health program into Framingham High School and Framingham
State University.
 OUT MetroWest: $20,000
To provide mental health services to youth participants.
 The NAN Project: $18,000

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To expand peer-to-peer mental health programming in Framingham, Sudbury, and Acton-
 Wayside Youth & Family Support Network: $20,000
To expand services to youth identifying as members of the LGBTQ+ community in their
Framingham residential programs.
 Wildflower, Inc.: $10,000
To expand supportive services and camp scholarships in MetroWest community in
collaboration with Jeff’s Place.

Sudbury Program Grant
 HOPEsudbury: $15,000
Hunger Relief Grant
 Sudbury Community Food Pantry: $10,000
Community Grant
 MetroWest Food Collaborative: $5,000

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The Sudbury Foundation is a private foundation working to transform lives and strengthen communities through grantmaking and scholarship programs in Sudbury, MA and surrounding communities. In 2022, the Foundation distributed $1.78 million in grants and scholarships to students and organizations in Sudbury, to organizations in communities surrounding Sudbury focused on Children, Youth and Families, and to organizations throughout

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