HOPE at HOME
HOPE at Home provides occasional funding to Sudbury organizations serving vulnerable populations in town. Past recipients have included the Council on Aging, community first responders and after-school programs.
HOPE for Camp Fund
Through the generosity of a group of wonderful local donors, the HOPE for Camp/Childcare Fund is now available to help with the financial expense of summer camp or childcare for families in need. Applications are submitted to the Town Social Workers Office, with checks written directly to the camp or childcare provider, with grants of up to $400 per child annually.
HOPE Meals - NEW!
Through the generosity of Feast & Fettle, HOPE meals is now available to assist Sudbury residents amid difficult times, such as medical illness, surgical recovery, grief, mental health needs, new baby, etc. Ensuring you and your family have a healthy, balanced meal can ease some of the burdens of everyday life. Learn more here.
Our signature program, The HOPEfund, is a valuable source of short-term financial assistance for local individuals and families with emergent or unexpected financial need. Each year 60-70 Sudbury families who have fallen on hard times turn to The HOPEfund for support.The Fund has distributed more than $950,000 since it was established in 2002. Click here to learn more about the HOPE fund including how to apply for a grant.
Beyond our Borders
Each year we direct a portion of our charitable giving to nonprofit organizations across the state, the country and the world serving people struggling to meet basic needs. We also support agencies engaged in rapid response to natural disasters. In 2016, our Beyond Our Borders giving included $7,000 in financial support to organizations working “to nourish the body, soul and mind of under-resourced children around the world.”