Don’t miss the Bruce J Anderson Foundation funding opportunity in the New Year! The foundation has helped many local organizations and initiatives annually. Good luck.
Bruce J Anderson Foundation 2020 grants were a who’s who of our community organizations and efforts in targeted areas of specialization: Arts (Cape Ann YMCA; Cape Ann Art Haven; GEF; Gloucester Stage Company); Environmental protection (Backyard Growers; Friends of Halibut State Park; Ocean Alliance); and Mental Health (Gloucester Writers Center; Pathways; Open Door). The family honors their brother and summer visits in Gloucester. The family foundation awarded grants to other communities and efforts, too.
Here’s the announcement from the TPI/Boston Foundation outreach for the Bruce J. Anderson Foundation:
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
We are pleased to announce the 2021 Request for Proposals for the Bruce J. Anderson Foundation, a supporting organization of the Boston Foundation. The Bruce J. Anderson Foundation has been making grants on Cape Ann and in the Nashoba Valley for over 30 years. Please review the guidelines carefully and note that the application deadline is Monday, February 15, 2021. Grant announcements will be made in mid-June.
Applications must be submitted online. Please find the application and a list of prior grants made from the Bruce J. Anderson Foundation here.
We hope you will consider taking advantage of this Bruce J. Anderson Foundation funding opportunity. Questions regarding program eligibility can be directed to the attention of Paola Villatoro at email@example.com or 617-338-5898. The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI) | tpi.org
TPI merged with Boston Foundation in 2012
Heidi Dallin director youth acting
photo: on grounds at Ocean Alliance HQ, one repurposed shipping container now office/teaching module/lab – (and new on its exterior- Rocky Neck Art Colony Goetemann Artist Residency- Sophy Tuttle mural) Ocean Alliance received support from Bruce J Anderson in 2020