The Cape Cod Foundation Awards Additional $650,000 From Strategic Emergency Response Fund to Support 23 Nonprofits
The Cape Cod Foundation recently awarded an additional $650,000 from its Strategic Emergency Response Fund to support 23 nonprofit organizations providing critical programs and services to residents across Cape Cod.
The Fund for Sandwich of The Cape Cod Foundation recently awarded $5,800 in grants to two organizations serving the community.
The Cape Cod Foundation’s annual scholarship application process has begun. The Foundation administers more than 80 different scholarship funds for seniors graduating from high school, current college students, and for adults planning to pursue degrees, complete certificate programs, or take professional development courses.
The Chatham Fund of The Cape Cod Foundation recently awarded $30,000 in grants to two nonprof-it organizations serving the town’s residents. Monomoy Community Services and Lower Cape Out-reach Council each received $15,000 to support their ongoing programs and services and to contin-ue their case work for the Chatham Coronavirus Impact Fund.
The Cape Cod Foundation to Present a Virtual Community Forum on Food Security and Access Across Cape Cod
The Cape Cod Foundation will present a virtual community forum, “Food Security & Access Across Cape Cod” on Thursday, February 25, from 9:30 am-10:15 am. It is the first in a series of forums planned for 2021 to share information about the region’s current needs, resources, and opportunities for community engagement with a larger audience.
The Cape Cod Association (CCA) is accepting applications for its 2021 scholarship program. Last year, the organization awarded $440,000 to 323 local students pursuing higher education. This year marks its 170th anniversary.
The Falmouth Fund of The Cape Cod Foundation recently awarded $100,000 in grants to 30 non-profit organizations whose vital programs benefit thousands of people across the Falmouth commu-nity.
The Cape Cod Foundation announces three strategic hires to help advance its grantmaking and scholarship programs and civic leadership initiatives across the region through 2021 and beyond.
The Cape Cod Foundation reports a year of unprecedented challenges and growth in 2020. While its assets grew by more than $10 million, it also distributed more than $5.5 million in scholarships and grants to nonprofit organizations across Cape Cod.
The Harwich Fund of The Cape Cod Foundation has awarded two new grants to local nonprofit organizations serving the Harwich community, bringing its total to more than $6,500 in awards during its inaugural year of grantmaking.
The Sean M. Gannon Memorial Fund of The Cape Cod Foundation awarded its inaugural Police Academy Scholarship to Stephanie Connolly of Rehoboth. The memorial fund was created by Sgt. Gannon’s family to honor the Yarmouth Police Department K9 Officer who was killed in the line of duty on April 12, 2018. Its mission is to promote education, health, and leadership by encouraging service through action. The K9 Sgt. Gannon Self-Sponsor Scholarship covers tuition for a recruit to attend the Cape Cod Municipal Police Academy.
Cape Cod Foundation Announces Community Matching Challenge to Raise $1.5 Million For Pandemic Relief
The Cape Cod Foundation has raised an additional $750,000 for its Strategic Emergency Response Fund and has just issued a matching challenge to the community. If successful, the new “Respond, Rebuild & Reimagine” community challenge will generate an additional $1.5 million for immediate and ongoing pandemic relief on Cape Cod.
Together, we have invested more than $80 million in grants and scholarships in the Cape Cod Community. For good.
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