Published DateGREENFIELD — The Harry Gregg Foundation was recently presented with a $1,000 grant from the Samuel P. Pardoe Foundation to assist residents with disabilities from the Lakes Region.
"Like many non-profits, the Harry Gregg Foundation is challenged more than ever to meet the needs of all the people who seek our assistance. The Samuel P. Pardoe Foundation grant will make a difference in our efforts to assist people in the most need. We are extremely grateful for this award." said HGF president Don Shumway.
Harry Gregg Foundation grants often provide funds for services and items for which no other funds exist. Most grantees are very low income, subsisting on $1,000 or less per month. Since 1989, the Harry Gregg Foundation has made 1,257 grants to Lakes Region residents totaling $437,328.
The Samuel P. Pardoe Foundation was founded in 1989 and takes a special interest in programs that provide educational and economic opportunities for underprivileged persons residing in the Lakes Region.
To submit an application or to review guidelines, deadlines and other information, visit www.crotchedmountain.org/harrygregg.