HEALTH & WELFARE
Impacting health and welfare organizations with grants that support capital and operating projects for those with special needs, including the blind, deaf, learning disabled and elderly as well as youth and family service organizations specializing in mental health services, employment training programs and domestic violence shelters to name a few.
Expanding our reach to nonprofits that provide free dental clinics, and dental care to low income , needy populations to include children, families and the elderly through capital grants for dental equipment needs and program support.
Enhancing children's lives through camp scholarships that provide a child with an opportunity for a summer camping experience/summer enrichment who would otherwise be unable to attend without this scholarship support.
Responding to the needs and demands placed on homeless shelters due to socioeconomic factors that impact individuals due to unemployment, addiction, behavioral disorders and other circumstances. We strive to work together to end homelessness. Capital and operating support grants are available.
FOOD BANKS/FOOD PANTRY
Recognizing the escalating need placed on food pantries and food banks due to inflation and the increased costs of food and basic necessities, we are committed to working with organizations to
eliminate food insecurity and are
dedicated to making a lasting impact by providing support through capital and operating grants.
Advancing education through scholarship support to community colleges and preselected four-year colleges and universities to needy students from rural areas. Grants are awarded directly to the institutions who select recipients based on the Trust's criteria.
The Trust is not accepting any unsolicited requests from community colleges, 4-year colleges or universities at this time.
For over 81 years, The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust has been providing financial assistance to nonprofit organizations that help those in need. The Trust's focus areas of giving include Health and Welfare, Dental/Oral Health, Recreational/Camperships (camp scholarships), Education, Food Pantries and Homeless Shelters, our newest initiative. Our geographic giving areas include the states of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Since 1989, the Trust has awarded well over $41 million dollars to 8,698 recipients, impacting lives and making a difference.
Please Note: This Trust does not provide grants of any kind directly to "Individuals." We only provide grants to nonprofit organizations who hold a 501 (c) 3 status as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service.
The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust
10 North Road
Chelmsford, Massachusetts 01824
The Trustees of The Agnes M. Lindsay Trust and
Amy B. Lampert, Administrative Director