Grants & Awards
Long-time foundation partner of Seven Hills Foundation, J. Irving & Jane L. England Charitable Trust, has awarded Open Door Arts, an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, with a $6,600 grant to provide virtual art classes for people with disabilities.
YOU, Inc., is grateful for a grant of $20,000 from the Reliant Foundation to support the HOPE Model, a YouthConnect program component which increases access to mental health support for low income youth.
Open Door Arts, an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, would like to thank the Wellington Management Foundation for their generous $50,000 grant award. Open Door Arts and the Wellington Management Foundation are in a seven-year partnership to provide inclusive arts education to students attending eight Boston Public Schools through Open Door Arts’ program, COOL Schools.
Children’s Friend is the grateful recipient of a $15,000 grant from the Greater Worcester Community Foundation’s Community Grant program to support its Gender Wellness Initiative. Children’s Friend will use these granted funds to provide counseling services through our outpatient mental health clinic; offer support groups and information to the families of transgender and gender non-conforming youth; and training to school personnel and health care providers on working with LGBTQ youth in a supportive and non-judgmental manner. Thank you so much to the Greater Worcester Community Foundation for their amazing support!
Seven Hills Behavioral Health, an affiliate of Seven Hills Foundation, was recently awarded $5,000 from the Bristol County Savings Bank to provide food and basic need items to families in need. Granted funds from the Bristol County Savings Bank will assist us in stocking our food pantry and providing gift cards to grocery stores for families who need it most.