The Rotary Club of Framingham presented grants totaling $12,000 to 23 community non profits at the club’s awards luncheon on April 30 at Ken’s Steak House.
Presenting the awards, Club President Mark Lawless said: “The Framingham Rotary grants are awarded annually following a careful evaluation of the organizations and their intended use of the funds. We are pleased to provide grants to each of these selected organizations for the excellent work they are doing in our communities. Each of them is truly making a difference, and we are proud to support their missions and projects benefiting so many people in the Framingham and MetroWest communities.”
The Rotary grants went to: A Place to Turn; Advocates; ; Bethany Hill School; ; The Drucker School of Basketball; ; Framingham Downtown Renaissance; ; ; Friends of Callahan Center; ; Lake Cochituate Watershed Council; John Andrew Mazie
Memorial Foundation; ; MetroWest Interfaith Hospitality Network; MetroWest Mediation Services; ; Natick Visiting Nurse Association; P; Programs for People; and
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