Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation has announced its Community Impact Grant recipients for 2022. A total of $20,000 was awarded to four organizations each receiving a $5,000 grant: two on Martha’s Vineyard and two in Falmouth.
This year’s recipients are:
- Foundation for Underway Experiential Learning (F.U.E.L.)
- Island Grown Initiative/Island Food Pantry
- Falmouth Together We Can/The Osprey Project
- Woods Hole Public Library
The community nominated nonprofits on Martha’s Vineyard and in Falmouth to be considered for Community Impact Grants, nonprofits that they felt made an impact in 2021. This year there were 37 nominees on Martha’s Vineyard and 11 nominees in Falmouth.
Nominations consisted of a 500-word essay explaining the extraordinary impact an organization has made to the local community in 2021. The grants were then awarded to the top four organizations determined by community voting. Nominated non-profits must be a 501c3 and follow the Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation’s giving guidelines.
For more information on Community Impact Grants visit community.mvbank.com