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Greater Worcester Community Foundation Now Accepting Applications for Mary B. Grogan Fund for Youth

logoWorcester, MA — September 18, 2017) The Greater Worcester Community Foundation is currently accepting grant applications for the Mary B. Grogan Fund for Youth. Created in 2001, in dedication of Mary Grogan’s decades of leadership in the Worcester County 4-H Foundation, the fund specifically seeks to provide support for organizations and projects benefiting young residents of Millbury.
The Mary B. Grogan Fund for Youth provides financial support for projects in the following categories:

Directly benefitting Millbury youth
Supporting an educational or recreational program, especially those focusing on aspects of the environment, agriculture, horticulture and animal life.
Attracting other resources or secure matching funds from public or private sources.

Organizations fitting into these categories are encouraged to apply. Online Applications must be received by October 16, 2017.

For more information, contact Sarah Shugrue, at sshugrue@greaterworcester.org or 508-755-0980.


About the Greater Worcester Community Foundation
Greater Worcester Community Foundation unites people from diverse sectors to create positive change within our region. Created and built by local individuals, this permanent endowment is used to create personal and lasting legacies that improve lives and conditions within the community. Established in 1975, the Foundation has awarded more than $100 million to cultural educational, human service and civic organizations. Today, the Foundation stewards a charitable endowment exceeding $140 million in over 600 named funds, all created by local citizens. For more information, visit www.greaterworcester.org, follow us on Twitter @GWGives.

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