In full transparency, the following is a press release submitted to SOURCE media.
SUDBURY – The Sudbury Foundation has awarded $133,295 in its first round of granting for 2023.
“The Sudbury Foundation is proud to fund and partner with these impressive organizations. This first round of grants for 2023 provides broad support for nonprofits based in Sudbury, the Town of Sudbury, as well as targeted support for local hunger relief organizations,” said SudburybFoundation Executive Director, Sonia Shah.
Sudbury Program Grants
MAB Community Services, Inc: $6,785
To sustain Sudbury’s Low Vision Peer Empowerment Support Group at the Sudbury Senior Center.
Sudbury Historical Society: $50,000
To hire a photographer to fully digitize the collection and make them digitally available for public viewing.
Sudbury Youth Soccer: $11,500
To expand adaptive soccer programming and enrichment in Sudbury.
Town of Sudbury: $15,000
To the Goodnow Library to add adaptive service offerings to the Library of Things, book collections, and programming.
Town of Sudbury: $30,000
To the Board of Health to purchase gift cards for Sudbury residents for emergency basic needs.
Hunger Relief Grants
Aurelia’s Garden: $2,500
Drumlin Farm (A Sanctuary of the Massachusetts Audubon Society): $2,500
Gaining Ground, Inc.: $15,000
The Sudbury Foundation is a private foundation working to transform lives and strengthen communities through grant making and scholarship programs in Sudbury, 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 the state of MA engaged in Farm and Local Food initiatives.