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  • Give Now - Give: Donors & Fundholders - Foundation for MetroWest
    Give Donors Fundholders Give Now Share Email Facebook Twitter Share Print Give Now Even a small donation can make a big impact on the community Whatever the size of your gift we use our experience and knowledge of local organizations to ensure that your gift has the maximum impact The Foundation for MetroWest is a 501 c 3 public charity and is fully tax exempt There are a number of ways you can make a donation Give Online Use the form below to make a secure gift with your Visa MasterCard Discover or American Express credit card Transfer Securities Please contact Mary Crowley at mcrowley foundationformetrowest org or 508 647 2260 if you are interested in transferring assets to the Foundation Mail a Check Foundation for MetroWest 3 Eliot Street Natick MA 01760 If have any questions or you would like more information about making your gift please call us at 508 647 2260 or email us and we ll be happy to help you Give Now Town Funds Give to Lexington Give to Southborough Give to Wellesley Options for Giving Giving Areas Arts Culture Give to Arts Culture Environment Give to the Environment Family Support Give to Family Support

    Original URL path: https://www.foundationformetrowest.org/GivebDonorsFundholdersb/GiveNow.aspx (2016-05-02)
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  • Community Endowment of Lexington - Town Funds - Discover: Impact & Initiatives - Foundation for MetroWest
    public sectors and a lifelong commitment to voluntarism Lisah is experienced in nonprofit finance management and community development in her volunteer work with The Junior League of Boston Treasurer Elect Treasurer MFA Museum Council Lexington Town Meeting Lexington Recreation Committee Lexington Education Foundation Lexington Community Center Task Force and League of Women Voters Lisah lives in Lexington with her husband and two sons and works at Lexington Public Schools as a system wide elementary Instructional Technology Specialist and has consulted as a coach with the Harvard Graduate School of Education World Wide Project Zero consortium Lisah loves spending time in her garden enjoying the birds and chipmunks is active in books groups and a slave to her Fitbit Lisa Spitz With a background in User Experience Research and Design Lisa Spitz is passionate about leveraging the power of design thinking to improve the lives of individuals Her prior work experience spans both corporate and non profit worlds driving innovation from a human centered design perspective She has presented on the topics of website accessibility universal design and learning Lisa holds a M Des in Interaction Design from Carnegie Mellon University and a B A in Psychology and Graphic Arts from Regis College Lisa lives in Lexington with her husband and two young children She has served 2 years on the LexFUN board and was co planner of a Women in Entrepreneurship event at Cambridge Savings Bank Hua Wang Hua Wang is on the faculty at Boston University He holds a Ph D degree from the University of Maryland at College Park Dr Wang s professional experiences have spanned academia government and industry He was a research scientist with United Technologies Research Center a faculty member with Duke University and a program manager with U S Army Research Office He is a recipient of various professional awards and the author of numerous technical publications He has been very active in serving his profession and community Currently he is chairing the Community Task Force of Chinese American Association of Lexington CAAL He lives in Lexington with his wife and two children Nancy White Nancy White and her husband Chris have lived in Lexington for thirteen years They have two sons Sam 16 who attends Lexington High School and Max 14 who attends Jonas Clarke Middle School Nancy is a CPA and works three days a week as a Tax Partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in Boston She advises public and private corporations on income taxation and is the Talent Development Leader for the 600 person Northeast Tax Practice Nancy is currently an Advisory Board Member for the Lexington Education Foundation where she formerly was a Board Member for six years and Vice President of the School Partnership Team for three years She has served as Treasurer and Vice President of the PTA at Bridge Elementary School and as Vice President of the PTA at Jonas Clarke Middle School The Whites spend the long cold New England winters skiing at Loon Mountain in Lincoln

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  • Southborough Community Fund - Town Funds - Discover: Impact & Initiatives - Foundation for MetroWest
    businesses Polar Beverages and Wachusett Mountain Ski Area Betsy is a 27 year resident of Southborough where she lives with her husband Chris and has raised three daughters John Fodor John recently retired from the investment firm The Capital Group American Funds after twenty two years of service Most recently he served as their Board of Director and Executive Vice President of Global Distribution helping to build it s non US based distribution capabilities Throughout his career John has been involved with numerous nonprofit organizations and educational institutions He currently sits on the Board of The Foundation for Financial Planning where he is also Chair of The Grants Committee He is a member of the Advisory Board and frequent guest lecturer at The University of Connecticut Business School s Professional Sales Leadership Program Lastly he is President of his family s own foundation The John and Sally Fodor Family Foundation John and his wife Sally and their two daughters have resided in Southborough for twenty years Karen Gadbois Karen has been involved in a number of local organizations throughout the years She is currently a member of the Board of Directors of St Mary s Credit Union in Marlborough and she has served on the boards of Southborough Education Foundation and Southborough Youth and Family Services She has also served as chair of the Town of Southborough Capital Budget Planning Committee A former investment management professional she holds a BA in economics from Boston College an MBA from Babson College and is a chartered financial analyst CFA Karen her husband Charlie and their three children have lived in Southborough since 1994 Suzanne Green Suzanne and her family have been members of the Southborough community since 2002 She is on the board of the Southborough Scholarship Advisory Committee and has been active in events supporting the Algonquin Parent Teacher Organization Suzanne is also a member of the American Heart Association advocacy committee in central Massachusetts and is a group facilitator for Children s Friend Carriage House program in Worcester A former corporate banking professional she worked with healthcare and nonprofit organization clients at Barclays Bank and at State Street Bank and Trust Suzanne received a BBA from the University of Michigan and MBA from Boston University Noreen Reilly Harrington Noreen is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and is a Clinical Psychologist at Massachusetts General Hospital where she specializes in the cognitive behavioral treatment of mood and weight disorders with a particular focus on bipolar disorder Actively involved in research she has co authored numerous books and scientific articles and was a co founder and Vice President of Concordant Rater Systems a pharmaceutical consulting firm which was successfully sold in 2010 She earned her undergraduate degree at University of Pennsylvania and her doctoral degree at Temple University For the past 14 years she has resided in Southborough with her husband and 3 sons and has embraced an active role in the community currently serving on the Board of

    Original URL path: http://www.foundationformetrowest.org/DiscoverbImpactInitiativesb/TownFunds/SouthboroughCommunityFund.aspx (2016-05-02)
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  • Fund for Wellesley - Town Funds - Discover: Impact & Initiatives - Foundation for MetroWest
    Fund for Wellesley The mission of the Fund for Wellesley is to promote the common good and to benefit all residents of the town The Fund for Wellesley serves as a permanent source of funding to foster innovation and collaboration in support of community needs and opportunities Although having a strong endowment is critical to the Fund s fiscal health awarding worthwhile grants is really at the heart of our mission The Fund provides seed money for innovative programs that Build and strengthen our community Increase access and opportunities for all of our residents Focus resources on unattended social issues And we help our grantees find ways to sustain their successful programs This unique approach to entrepreneurial philanthropy is accomplished through the thoughtful work of a Community Board comprised of a group of committed citizens who are active in and knowledgeable about many diverse aspects of the community Click here to access the grant application grant guidelines and instructions Click here for a description of recent grants awarded by the Fund for Wellesley Support The Fund for Wellesley GIVE NOW Mail a check Make check out to Foundation for MetroWest Please notate The Fund for Wellesley in the memo line The Fund for Wellesley c o Foundation for MetroWest 3 Eliot Street Natick MA 01760 The Fund for Wellesley Community Board Laurel Lyle Chair Maura Murphy Vice Chair Lesley Robertson Vice Chair Andrea Ward Clerk Ken Accardi Amy Axelrod Terry Cunningham Jamie Ebersole Robert Glowacky Susan Hurtwiz John Isley Maura Renzella Mary Rose Mason Smith Contact Phone 508 647 2260 Email info thefundforwellesley org For more information about The Fund for Wellesley visit their website 2016 Spring Inspiration Breakfast Impact Initiatives Town Funds Community Endowment of Lexington Give Now to CEL CEL Grants CEL Grantees Southborough Community Fund Give Now

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  • Foundation for MetroWest > Give Donors & Fundholders > Town Funds > Give to Lexington
    Events Employment Volunteering Contact Us Home Give Donors Fundholders Town Funds Give to Lexington Share Email Facebook Twitter Share Print Give Now to the Community Endowment of Lexington The Community Endowment of Lexington is an endowed fund of the Foundation for MetroWest which is a 501 c 3 public charity and is fully tax exempt The tax ID is 04 3266789 There are a number of ways you can make a donation Mail a Check Please make check payable to Foundation for MetroWest and notate Community Endowment of Lexington on the memo line Community Endowment of Lexington c o Foundation for MetroWest 3 Eliot Street Natick MA 01760 Give Online Use the form below to make a secure gift with your Visa MasterCard Discover or American Express credit card Transfer Securities Download the instructions PDF 82KB Before transferring any assets please notify us by emailing Mary Crowley or calling 508 647 2260 Thank you We appreciate your support Give Now Town Funds Give to Lexington Give to Southborough Give to Wellesley Options for Giving Giving Areas Arts Culture Give to Arts Culture Environment Give to the Environment Family Support Give to Family Support Youth Development Give to Youth Development Types

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  • Foundation for MetroWest > Give Donors & Fundholders > Town Funds > Give to Southborough
    Contact Us Home Give Donors Fundholders Town Funds Give to Southborough Share Email Facebook Twitter Share Print Southborough Community Fund Give Now The Southborough Community Fund is a fund of the Foundation for MetroWest The Foundation for MetroWest is a 501 c 3 public charity and is fully tax exempt Use the form below to make a secure gift to the Southborough Community Fund with your Visa MasterCard Discover or American Express credit card Transfer Securities Download the instructions PDF 82KB Before transferring any assets please notify us by emailing Mary Crowley or calling 508 647 2260 Mail a Check Please make check payable to Foundation for MetroWest SCF Southborough Community Fund c o Foundation for MetroWest 3 Eliot Street Natick MA 01760 If you have any questions or would like more information about making your gift please call us at 508 647 2260 or email us and we ll be happy to help you Thank you We appreciate your support Give Now Town Funds Give to Lexington Give to Southborough Give to Wellesley Options for Giving Giving Areas Arts Culture Give to Arts Culture Environment Give to the Environment Family Support Give to Family Support Youth Development Give to

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  • Foundation for MetroWest > Give Donors & Fundholders > Town Funds > Give to Wellesley
    Now The Fund for Wellesley is an endowed fund of the Foundation for MetroWest The Foundation for MetroWest is a 501 c 3 public charity and is fully tax exempt There are a number of ways you can make a donation Use the form below to make a secure gift with your Visa MasterCard Discover or American Express credit card Transfer Securities Download the instructions PDF 82KB Before transferring any assets please notify us by emailing Mary Crowley or calling 508 647 2260 Mail a Check Please make check payable to Foundation for MetroWest And notate The Fund for Wellesley in the memo line The Fund for Wellesley c o Foundation for MetroWest 3 Eliot Street Natick MA 01760 If you have any questions or would like more information about making your gift please call us at 508 647 2260 or email us and we ll be happy to help you Thank you We appreciate your support Sorry we are experiencing technical difficulties We hope to be back shortly so please check again An administrator has been notified Thank you for your patience Give Now Town Funds Give to Lexington Give to Southborough Give to Wellesley Options for Giving Giving

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  • Give to Arts & Culture
    We Serve Meet Our Board of Trustees Staff Financials Publications News Events Employment Volunteering Contact Us Home Give Donors Fundholders Giving Areas Arts Culture Give to Arts Culture Share Email Facebook Twitter Share Print Give Now Town Funds Give to Lexington Give to Southborough Give to Wellesley Options for Giving Giving Areas Arts Culture Give to Arts Culture Environment Give to the Environment Family Support Give to Family Support Youth

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