The in Watertown, Massachusetts, has announced grants totaling more than $1.6 million to forty-three organizations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
The largest number of grants in this funding cycle was awarded through the foundation’s program area in support of healthy aging. Roughly a quarter of those grants were in the area of , which includes community involvement, volunteerism, intergenerational initiatives, and caregiver support programs.
Massachusetts recipients include the , the , and the . Grantees in Rhode Island include the , the , and the .
“We’re proud of our partnerships in community and recognize that we don’t do this work alone,” said Nora Moreno Cargie, executive director of the Tufts Health Plan Foundation and vice president, corporate citizenship for Tufts Health Plan. “These grantees rose to the top of a competitive process, and we applaud them for the great work they do to support healthy living as people age.”