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Bridge to the Future Campaign

The goal of the Bridge to the Future Campaign is to endow the Millennium Endowment Fund to such a level that, beginning in 2024, all operating expenses will be covered by the income from the Endowment, instead of the Annual Fund, thereby:

  • Ensuring that every future dollar raised through the Annual Fund is invested back into the community, making a greater impact on local needs
  • Empowering the Community Chest’s grant making programs to respond more robustly to funding requests
  • Allowing for increased innovation and flexibility to address changing needs in the future
Total Campaign Goal: $4M
Funds Raised to Date 61%

As we celebrate 75 years of our work engaging neighbors to help neighbors, the Concord-Carlisle Community Chest is uniquely positioned to truly effect change for another 75 years with:

  • Institutional knowledge
  • A holistic view of the issues
  • An experienced team
  • Streamlined processes
  • Strong ties to all of the key players
  • Impassioned volunteers and loyal donors

A gift to the Bridge to the Future campaign will further our legacy of collective impact; your investment in changing our neighbors’ lives for the better will strengthen our shared community. We hope you will join the following early donors in ensuring the legacy of the Community Chest continues for the next generation.

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Jenn and Charlie Albanese

Jamie and Beth Athanasoulas

Annie and Ben Bailey

James and Marianne Balfour

Susanna and Bill Barton

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Blue

Mr. and Mrs. Pierce B. Browne

Cambridge Savings Bank

Cambridge Trust Company

Andrew and Liza Carey

Candace and Stephen Carr

Drew and Jennifer Clarke

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Clymer

Ann and George Colony

Bill and Liz Crowley

James and Laura Davidian

Dunkin’, The Pesce Network

Barry Pailet and Christina Economos

Enterprise Bank

The Faheys

Carrie and Andy Finizio

Lynne and Alexis Goltra

Belinda and Jeff Gower

Lindsey and Zack Gund

Susan M. Halby

Heidi and Vaughn Harring

The Heintz-Perkins Family

Elizabeth Julier

Edward W. Kane and Martha J. Wallace

Mr. Jonathan M. Keyes

Dr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Lovejoy, Jr.

Melissa and Andrew McMorrow

Middlesex Savings Bank

Katharine E. Moran

Patti Satterthwaite and John Muresianu

Amy and Bouke Noordzij

Julie and David O’Brien

William Perkins and Karen Bechtel Perkins

Ned Perry and Cynthia Wood

Alex and Elizabeth Salvi

Elisabeth and Joseph Sannicandro

Sally and Michael Schnitzer

Trish and Shane Siefer

John and Kate Skelly

Rachel and Bill Sones

Sharon Spaulding

Spaulding Management Corporation

Sherin and Charles Spofford

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Spring

Colette and Daniel Stanzler

Alison and Devin Sullivan

Erik Synnestvedt and Carren Panico

Dr. Katherine Upchurch and Dr. Tak Takvorian

Harvey and Valerie Thayer

Irene and Chris Todd

Mr. and Mrs. Chandler and Kristen Tyson

Richard D. Tyson

Jennifer and Marc Ubaldino

Janet and Henry Vaillant

Gary Vilchick and Elaine Labrecque

Kathleen Bailey and Richard Wells

Astrid Williams and Gregory Martin

Elizabeth H. Wilson

Adam and Susie Winstanley

Barbara and David Winstanley

Byron E. Woodman, Jr.

Alec and Billie Wyeth

The Christopher and Debra Wysopal Charitable Trust

There continues to be a large and growing level of financial abuse among our elder citizens, and complications from mental health and substance use disorder are rising steadily. In every way, the needs of domestic violence victims are becoming more intense, complex, and dangerous. The Community Chest is our second largest grant. Your support is crucial to our mission.”

– Jacquelin Apsler, Executive Director, Domestic Violence Services Network

Baby, It's Going to be Grand! Save-the-Date for A Celebration 75 Years in the Making ***April 29, 2023***
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