Victoria Lowell, Founding Member
Vicky, a graduate of Radcliffe College and Tufts University, is a community activist who has lived in Falmouth for over 50 years. She has chaired the Falmouth Planning Board and the Falmouth Hospital Board of Trustees and was a founder and first president of The 300 Committee Land Trust. She was elected a Barnstable County Commissioner and was an initial member of the Cape Cod Commission. Vicky has served on the boards of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, Cape Cod Healthcare, The Cape Cod Foundation and the Woods Hole Research Center. In 1990, she was recognized by the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce as “Citizen of the Year.” Vicky and her husband, Francis (“Pete”) Lowell, are enthusiastic cyclists who rarely take a vacation trip that does not include their bicycles!
“Falmouth benefits from an incredible variety of worthy nonprofits, and I enthusiastically contribute to many of them. But I am also attracted to the idea of leaving a legacy that will support the community as a whole – a legacy that can respond to changing situations and opportunities. By investing in The Falmouth Fund, I can be confident that my contributions will be a catalyst for making Falmouth an even better place. I can become a true community philanthropist.”
Together, we have invested more than $80 million in grants and scholarships in the Cape Cod Community. For good.
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