GRANTS AWARDED

Total Grants Awarded to Support COVID-19 Response and Recovery Efforts - $632,965

Main Street Community Foundation has mobilized resources since the pandemic outbreak to address the urgent COVID-19 related needs in the communities we serve. We have made a total of 94 grants from multiple funds including our newly established COVID-19 Response Fund. Click here to see a list of individual COVID-19 related grants.


Through November 30, 2020, Main Street Community Foundation has distributed $1,692,541 in grants and scholarships to support many worthy causes and organizations in your community.

The COVID-19 Response Fund has awarded $12,000 in Rapid Response Grants to the following nonprofits, helping them meet the basic needs of local residents:

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol
Bread for Life
Brian’s Angels
Friends of Southington Community Services
Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center
LISA, Inc. (Living in Safe Alternatives)
Oak Hill
Plainville Seventh Day Adventist Church - God’s Grocery Store Food Pantry
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.
St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Bristol
Tabernacle Christian Church - Giving Back Food Program
The Agape House
The Salvation Army
Thy Eagle’s Nest
Town of Plainville Animal Control
Town of Plymouth Human Services
Town of Plymouth Parks and Recreation
Veteran’s Strong Community Center
Wolcott Resource Center – Food Pantry
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church/Meals for Neighbors

COVID-19 Related Responsive Grants - $11,500

Bristol Hospital Foundation - $5,000
Support COVID-19 response efforts and support of the new molecular testing equipment
COVID-19 Response Fund

For Goodness Sake - $6,500
General operating support due to temporary closure as a result of COVID-19
COVID-19 Response Fund

Unrestricted Operating Support Grants made in response to COVID-19 - $112,353

American Clock & Watch Museum - $5,500
COVID-19 Response Fund - $5,000
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Charitable Fund - $500

Animal Rescue Foundation, Inc. - $2,500
COVID-19 Response Fund

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol - $23,652
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $20,201
Clement Family Fund - $3,050
Hamzy Family Charitable Fund - $401

Brian’s Angels Homeless Outreach - $4,500
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Charitable Fund - $3,000
COVID-19 Response Fund - $1,500

Bristol Preschool Childcare Center, Inc. - $6,300
COVID-19 Response Fund

Bristol Recovery Club - $4,000
COVID-19 Response Fund – $2,500
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Charitable Fund - $1,500

Community Counseling Centers of Central Connecticut, Inc. - $4,000
COVID-19 Response Fund

Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut, Inc. - $10,000
COVID-19 Response Fund

Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center - $3,500
COVID-19 Response Fund

Lock Museum of America, Inc. - $2,901
COVID-19 Response Fund - $2,500
Hamzy Family Charitable Fund - $401

New England Carousel Museum - $10,000
COVID-19 Response Fund

Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra, Inc. - $2,000
COVID-19 Response Fund

Plainville Community Food Pantry - $5,000
COVID-19 Response Fund

Shepard Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc. - $3,500
COVID-19 Response Fund - $2,500
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Charitable Fund - $1,000

St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Bristol - $9,000
COVID-19 Response Fund - $5,000
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Charitable Fund - $4,000

Tabernacle Christian Church – Giving Back Food Pantry - $3,500
KAWFY Memorial Fund

United Way of West Central Connecticut - $7,500
COVID-19 Response Fund

Veterans Strong Community Center - $5,000
COVID-19 Response Fund

Money in Motion Grants - $6,280

City of Bristol – Census Complete Count Committee - $1,280
Development, printing and distribution of bilingual flyers to promote resident response to the 2020 Census

COVID-19 Response Fund at Main Street Community Foundation - $5,000
To establish the COVID-19 Response Fund to provide rapid response grants to nonprofits who are meeting basic needs of local residents

General Cycle Grants - $90,040

American Red Cross Connecticut Chapter - $2,500
Disaster Relief Services for residents of the Foundation’s service area
Gnazzo/Reidy Charitable Fund - $1,950
Bristol Savings Bank Fund - $550

Bristol Family Resource Centers - $3,000
W.O.R.K.S. (Working Parents Options Resources and Key Supports) program to help parents build positive collaborative relationships with their children’s schools
Fuller and Myrtle Barnes Fund for Education - $2,640
Bill & Janet Brownstein Charitable Fund - $360

Chrysalis Center, Inc. - $4,000
Veteran Support Services at The Elms supportive housing in Bristol
Bristol Savings Bank Fund - $2,960
Angela and Al Caruso Family Charitable Fund - $1,040

City of Bristol – Emergency Management Dept. - $3,000
Three Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) for Public Buildings in Bristol
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $2,210
Ronald F. & Emilie P. Duhaime Family Fund - $400
Tedesco-Gallant Charitable Fund - $390

Connecticut Humane Society - $2,000
Medical Support Program for pets brought to the Society from Animal Control Officers located in Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington and Wolcott
Elizabeth I. and Louis J. Matt Animal Protection Fund

Connecticut Storytelling Center, Inc. - $3,000
Start with Stories arts-based program to improve literacy of elementary school students in the Bristol Public Schools
Fuller and Myrtle Barnes Fund for Education - $2,830
Jay & Elizabeth Tyrrell Fund for the Arts - $170

For Goodness Sake - $2,500
Sweet Dreams Bedding Bundles program for low-income children primarily from Bristol, Plainville and Southington
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $1,850
Turkus Family Fund - $650

Grace Baptist Church –Grace Pantry - $2,000
Food and essential items from Foodshare to distribute to Bristol and surrounding communities
Bristol Savings Bank Fund - $1,010
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Family Fund for the Community - $990

Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity - $2,500
Bristol Build 2020 – Construction related costs to build two new housing units in Bristol
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $2,030
Formagioni-Lodovico Family Fund - $470

Kelly’s Kids, Inc. - $4,000
Interactive Therapeutic Farm program primarily for DCF involved youth from Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington and Wolcott
Douglas and Noreen Schumann Special Interest Fund - $3,630
JoAnn & David Mills Family Fund - $370

McCabe-Waters Little League - $5,000
Playing Field Three upgrade including leveling and drainage
Malerbo Children’s Field Maintenance Fund

New Britain Museum of American Art - $2,000
Access to the Arts program for Wolcott students
Fuller and Myrtle Barnes Fund for Education - $1,380
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Family Fund for the Community - $620

Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters - $4,000
Community Based Mentoring in Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington and Wolcott
Douglas and Noreen Schumann Special Interest Fund - $2,230
Dumont Family Charitable Fund - $1,770

Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra - $2,040
Educational Children’s Concert for third graders from Bristol, Burlington and Plymouth
James R. Parker Trust - $1,500
Margaret Haberman Memorial Fund for Music - $540

Operation Fuel, Inc. - $6,000
Emergency energy assistance for residents in Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington and Wolcott
Bristol Savings Bank Fund - $4,630
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $1,370

Parent & Child Center at Bristol Hospital - $5,000
Family Life Works - Parent Education Program for underserved families
Ciccarelli-Vitale Community Advancement Fund - $2,840
Bristol Savings Bank Fund - $2,160

Plymouth Volunteer Ambulance Corps - $3,500
Motorized Stair Chair to transport injured patients
Edward W. and Audrey K. Mink Memorial Fund - $2,730
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $770

Prudence Crandall Center, Inc. - $4,000
Domestic & Teen Dating Violence Prevention Services for youth and teens attending public schools in Plainville
Douglas and Noreen Schumann Special Interest Fund

Senior Transportation Services, Inc. - $3,500
Free or low-cost rides for Plainville seniors in collaboration with Plainville Senior Center
Bristol Savings Bank Fund - $3,100
Karen and Kim Murphy Family Charitable Fund - $400

Shepard Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center - $5,000
Veterinary Care for Therapy Horses
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $4,580
Terry and Marguerite Fletcher Family Fund - $420

Sustainable Connecticut, Inc. - $2,500
Sustainable CT 2020 Fellows program to provide technical support to assist local towns with certification
Merriman Family Fund - $910
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $840
James R. Parker Trust - $750

Tabernacle Christian Church - $3,000
Giving Back Food Pantry program to provide groceries and fresh produce to food-insecure residents
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $2,030
Jaspersohn Family Memorial Fund - $970

The Agape House - $5,000
Part-time Administrative Coordinator for homeless outreach center
Jim & Eleanor Frawley Community Fund - $2,810
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $2,190

The Children’s Law Center, Inc. - $2,500
Legal representation of low-income children from the Foundation’s service area in family court
Paige Wartonick Laferriere Memorial Fund - $1,210
Bristol Brass General Grant Fund - $1,100
Becker Family Fund - $190

The New England Carousel Museum - $5,000
S.T.E.A.M. Program for Bristol second grade students including purchase of equipment for virtual delivery of program
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Family Fund for the Community - $2,790
Sid Bernard & Ed Miller Children’s Fund for the Visual Arts - $1,200
Fuller and Myrtle Barnes Fund for Education - $1,010

The Palace Theater, Inc. - $2,000
Subsidized tickets for Bristol, Southington and Wolcott high school students to attend a performance of Anastasia and reinforce learning concepts in History, Language and Performance Arts
Fuller and Myrtle Barnes Fund for Education - $1,330
Southington Arts Council Legacy Fund - $670

Wolcott Citizens Against Substance Abuse (CASA) Coalition - $1,500
Wellness Activities and Services for youth and families in Wolcott to promote positive mental health
Douglas and Noreen Schumann Special Interest Fund - $910
Bristol Savings Bank Fund - $590

Bradley Henry Barnes & Leila Upson Barnes Memorial Trust Grants - $622,178

     Grants made in response to COVID-19 - $411,353

Arc of Southington, Inc. - $50,000
Unrestricted Operating Support in response to COVID-19

Bread for Life – $6,600
Seed money for the 2020 Summer Lunch Program for food-insecure children in Southington due to increased demand resulting from COVID-19

Bread for Life - $15,000
Unrestricted Operating support in response to COVID-19

Early Childhood Collaborative of Southington - $12,500
Unrestricted Operating support in response to COVID-19

Friends of Southington Community Services - $7,500
Purchase of food, supplies and grocery gift cards for the food pantry and holiday baskets for food-insecure families in Southington in response to COVID-19

LiveWell Alliance - $25,000
Unrestricted Operating support in response to COVID-19

Prudence Crandall Center, Inc. - $50,000
Unrestricted Operating support in response to COVID-19

Senior Transportation Services - $27,000
Unrestricted Operating support in response to COVID-19

Southington-Cheshire Community YMCAs - $25,052
Emergency Childcare Services for medical staff and first responders in response to COVID-19

Southington-Cheshire Community YMCAs - $14,328
Continued Support for Emergency Childcare Services for medical staff and first responders in response to COVID-19

Southington-Cheshire Community YMCAs - $100,000
Unrestricted Operating support in response to COVID-19

Southington Community Cultural Arts (SoCCA) - $50,000
Unrestricted Operating support in response to COVID-19

The Hospital of Central Connecticut - $5,000
Hartford HealthCare Face Shield Project with OKAY Industries for the protection of hospital workers and first responders in the Southington Community in response to COVID-19

United Way of Southington - $23,373
Unrestricted Operating support in response to COVID-19

     Program and Capital Grants - $210,825

Bread for Life – $12,000
Continuation of expanded weekly meal program

Community Leadership Sponsorships - $3,250

Mulberry Gardens of Southington - $60,125
Expansion of Adult Day Center with enhanced programming

Southington Education Foundation - $30,450
Continued support to roll out the “RULER” social and emotional intelligence initiative districtwide in the Southington schools

The Hospital of Central Connecticut - $55,000
Purchase and install a new cardiac rehab telemetry monitoring system at the Bradley Memorial Campus

The L.E.A.F. (Lewis Educational Agricultural Farm) - $50,000
Support labor and purchase materials/supplies needed to operate school and community programs and to ensure a healthy and sustainable food supply in Southington

Burlington Community Fund Grants - $4,500

Burlington Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. - $2,500
Replacement of two Thermal Imaging Cameras

Environmental Learning Centers of CT, Inc. - $1,000
Save Pigeon Hill Campaign

The New England Carousel Museum - $1,000
Free admission to The New England Carousel Museum for Burlington residents

Men & Boys' Fund Grants - $7,000

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol - $1,000
Unrestricted operating support

The Children's Law Center - $2,000
Legal representation for male children in family court from the communities of Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington and Wolcott

City of Bristol Youth and Community Services, Parent & Child Center - $2,000
Full Circle program for fathers

Environmental Learning Centers of CT - $1,000
Summer camperships for boys from the communities of Bristol, Burlington, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington and Wolcott

Shepard Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center - $1,000
Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies for men and boys

Plainville Community Fund Grants - $12,000

Chrysalis Center, Inc. - $1,000
Case management services for residents of St. Philip House

For Goodness Sake - $1,500
Unrestricted operating support in response to COVID-19

Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters - $1,500
Community Based mentoring in Plainville

Plainville Board of Education - $500
To purchase an IPad for the Plainville High School Math department to facilitate virtual learning in response to COVID-19

Plainville Community Food Pantry - $4,000
General support for staffing costs and the purchase of food and supplies

Plainville Community Food Pantry - $500
Unrestricted operating support in response to COVID-19

Prudence Crandall Center, Inc. - $2,000
Unrestricted operating support for services provided to residents of Plainville in response to COVID-19

Town of Plainville Social Services- $1,000
To purchase gift cards to provide food and daily essential items to Plainville residents in need in response to increased demand due to COVID-19

Women & Girls’ Fund Grants - $43,000

Connecticut Womens’ Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF) - $1,000
CT Collective for Women & Girls

     Unrestricted Operating Support Grants made in response to COVID-19 - $42,000

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol - $2,500
Barbara Hackman Franklin Fund for Women - $2,090
Women & Girls' Fund - $410

Bristol Family Resource Centers - $5,000

Bristol Youth & Community Services Parent & Child Center - $2,000

Early Childhood Collaborative of Southington - $2,500

Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut - $4,000

For Goodness Sake - $3,500

Girl Scouts of Connecticut - $2,000

Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center - $5,000

Plymouth Community Food Pantry Diaper Bank - $750

Prudence Crandall Center - $5,000

St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Bristol - $5,000
Women & Girls' Fund - $4,410
John & Gloria DiFrancesco Fund for Women and Girls - $590

The Children's Law Center, Inc. - $4,750

Grants to Support Special Community Initiatives - $14,060

Main Street Community Foundation - $1,260
Support for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion leadership activities
Wally Barnes Fund for Community Leadership Initiatives

     The Broad View Fund Arts Initiative Grants - $12,800

American Clock & Watch Museum -  $1,600
Support for a video production consultant and professional photographer for program development and marketing

Bristol Historical Society - $1,600
Update website

Bristol Sports Hall of Fame -  $1,600
Conversion of VHS tapes to preserve Bristol sports games for the video vault on website

Bristol Brass and Wind Ensemble - $1,600
Support for a video production consultant to record a concert for public viewing

Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut - $1,600
Support for a video production consultant to assist with the development of interactive virtual programming

Imagine Nation, A Museum Early Learning Center - $1,600
Financial assistance to pre-school families experiencing hardship due to COVID-19

Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra - $1,600
Support for a fundraising consultant to assist with a development plan and Board training

The New England Carousel Museum - $1,600
Purchase of a network server and to run a series of digital billboard ads

Field of Interest Fund Grants - $31,532

Bristol Board of Education - $458
Purchase of drum mallets and sticks for individual use by students in response to COVID-19
Dan Cistulli Memorial Music Fund

City of Bristol/Parks and Recreation - $500
Summer Concert Series
Jay and Elizabeth Tyrell Fund for the Arts

Plymouth Board of Education – School to Career Program - $400
Support School to Career Program at Terryville High School
Plymouth Century Club Fund

Region 10 Make A Mark, Inc. - $6,364
2020 grant program for educational enrichment opportunities in Region 10 schools
Make A Mark Region 10 Enrichment Fund

Southington Community Cultural Arts - $5,000
Sponsorship of "What is Color? What is Race? - a Presentation of Black" exhibit
KAWFY Memorial Fund

Southington Community Cultural Arts - $1,140
Support virtual visual arts education programs for primary and middle school students
Sid Bernard & Ed Miller Children’s Fund for the Visual Arts

Town of Plainville – Department of Social Services - $1,000
Housing assistance for income-eligible residents of Plainville
Plainville Housing Assistance Fund

     James R. Parker Trust Grants - $11,550

Burlington Library Association - $1,812
Purchase of Book Browser book racks for Children’s Library and a Camp Fire Table for the Anne Walluk Community Room

Burlington Volunteer Fire Department - $940
Replacement of two Thermal Imaging Cameras

Environmental Learning Centers of CT, Inc. - $2,500
Save Pigeon Hill Campaign

Junior Achievement of Southwest New England, Inc. - $2,000
Career Speaker series and Job Shadow program for Lewis S. Mills High School students

Town of Burlington – Social Services - $3,298
Support for Burlington families in need including food, fuel and other assistance as needed

Town of Burlington – Social Services - $1,000
Purchase grocery gift cards for low-income clients of the Burlington Food Bank in response to COVID-19

     Elizabeth I. and Louis J. Matt Animal Protection Fund Grants - $5,120

Friends of the Bristol CT Animal Shelter - $1,000
Support for the medical care of animals and assistance for pet owners in need in Bristol due to COVID-19

Friends of Wolcott Dog Pound - $1,000
Support for the medical care of animals and assistance for pet owners in need in Wolcott due to COVID-19

Town of Burlington – Animal Control - $620
Support for the medical care of animals and assistance for pet owners in need in Burlington

Town of Plainville - Animal Control - $2,000
Support for the medical care of animals and the purchase of supplies for the Pet Food Pantry to assist pet owners in financial need due to COVID-19

Town of Plainville - Animal Control - $500
Purchase supplies for the newly established Pet Food Pantry to assist pet owners in financial need due to COVID-19

Designated Funds and Agency Endowment Grants - $245,774

American Clock & Watch Museum - $8,790
American Clock & Watch Museum Fund

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol - $16,440
Bristol Boys and Girls Club Fund

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol - $1,240
Edward Ingraham Fund

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol - $5,200
Sky Bight Foundation Fund for the Bristol Boys & Girls Club

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol (Cambridge Park Clubhouse) - $500
Ercole and Pamela Labadia Fund for the Boys & Girls Club

Boys & Girls Club of Bristol Family Center (Youth of the Year) - $2,000
Charles Kushlan Memorial Fund

Bristol Adult Resource Center - $3,650
Bristol Adult Resource Center Fund

Bristol Education Foundation - $740
Bob and Carol Messier Family Fund

Bristol Family Resource Centers - $410
Mama Sandy Caggiano Fund

Bristol Hospital Foundation - $8,750
Bristol Hospital Development Foundation Fund

Burlington Historical Society - $490
Burlington Historical Society Fund

Burlington Land Trust - $810
Burlington Land Trust Fund

Burlington Library - $910
Burlington Library Association Fund

City of Bristol/Bristol Public Libraries- $4,310
Bristol Libraries Fund

City of Bristol/Bristol Public Library- $28,950
Samuel Goodsell Library Fund

City of Bristol/Manross Memorial Library - $41,510
Manross Memorial Library Fund

City of Bristol/Parks and Recreation - $25,050
Samuel Goodsell Park & Playground Fund

Community Leadership Sponsorships - $1,000
Bristol Savings Bank Fund

Connecticut Historical Society - $400
Connecticut Quilt Registry Legacy Fund

Environmental Learning Centers of CT, Inc. - $9,130
Environmental Learning Centers of CT, Inc. Fund

Environmental Learning Centers of CT, Inc. - $430
Estela Wilderness Education Fund

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Association - $830
Tyler James Gingery Memorial Fund

Immanuel Lutheran School - $1,790
Immanuel Lutheran Alumni Tuition Assistance Fund

Humanitarian trip to Haiti to provide medical services- $1,734
Haiti Medical Fund

New England Carousel Museum - Fire Museum - $5,370
Hap Barnes Fund for Fire Safety and Prevention

Opportunity House - $6,550
Pat & Bob Wollenberg Family Fund for Opportunity House

Plymouth Historical Society - $900
Plymouth Library Association, Inc. Fund

Southington-Cheshire Community YMCAs - $5,560
Bradley Henry Barnes Fund for the Southington Community YMCA

St. Andrew Evangelical Lutheran Church - $1,620
St. Andrew Mission Endowment Fund

The Cancer Center at Bristol Hospital - $380
Eva M. Pierce Memorial Charitable Fund

Town of Plainville - $1,350
Plainville Affordable Housing Corporation Fund

Tunxis Community College Foundation - $31,730
Bristol Career Center of Tunxis Community College Endowment Fund
Bristol Career Center of Tunxis Community College Endowment Fund II
Tunxis Community College Fund
Tunxis Community College II Fund

United Way of West Central Connecticut - $8,750
United Way of West Central Connecticut Fund

West Cemetery Association – Barnes Memorial Chapel - $18,500
Carlyle F. Barnes Memorial Chapel Trust

Donor Advised Fund Grants Supported the Following Organizations and Charitable Interests - $201,748

American Clock & Watch Museum
Boys & Girls Club of Bristol
Best 4 Bristol
Bristol Historical Society
Bristol Hospital Foundation
Bristol Sports Hall of Fame
Bristol Talks Teal Fund at Main Street Community Foundation
Bristol Technical Education Center
Citizens Restoring Congamond
City of Bristol – City Arts & Cultural Commission
Connecticut Public
Connecticut Science Center
COVID-19 Response Fund at Main Street Community Foundation
Dean College
Deerfield Academy
Environmental Learning Centers of CT, Inc.
Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation
First Congregational Church of Bristol
Foodshare
Grace Baptist Church Food Pantry
Gunnery School
Hartford Symphony Orchestra
Joe Andruzzi Foundation, Inc.
Kai Alejandro Yagual Betts Memorial Fund at Main Street Community Foundation
Main Street Community Foundation
National Conference for Community and Justice
Our Companions Domestic Animal Sanctuary
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.
Renbrook School
Southington-Cheshire Community YMCAs
St. Vincent DePaul Mission of Bristol, Inc.
TheaterWorks
The Bushnell
Town of Plymouth, Department of Human Services
United Way of West Central Connecticut
Vineyard FutureWorks
Wheeler Clinic
World Affairs Council of CT

Scholarship Grants - $228,492

Grants from Douglas Roland Aid for the Trades Scholarship Fund - $5,800

Bristol Technical Education Center - $1,800
Scholarships for post graduates who have their high school diploma or GED enrolled in a certificate program in the trades of less than 2 years

Tunxis Community College Foundation - $2,000
Scholarships for post graduates who have their high school diploma or GED enrolled in an Allied Health program of less than 2 years

Tunxis Community College Foundation - $2,000
Scholarships for post graduates who have their high school diploma or GED enrolled in a Continuing Education program of less than 2 years

Immediate Response Fund Grants - $9,284

Bristol Board of Education Immediate Response Fund
Donna Borysewicz Fund for Women
Jean Sorey Fund for Single Parent Families
Karen DuCotey Fund for Kids
Leading Ladies Immediate Response Fund
Main Street Children’s Fund
Men & Boys’ Immediate Response Fund
The Werner Family Fund
Women & Girls’ Immediate Response Fund

Administrative Endowment Fund Grants - $35,000

Main Street Community Foundation - $35,000
Barnes Group 150th Anniversary Fund
Dave & Edith Scarritt Fund
Main Street Community Foundation Endowment Fund
Yarde Metals Community Support Fund

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2012 Grants Awarded