Foundation Trust Announces 2023 Grant Cycle

The Foundation Trust is pleased to announce that it is currently accepting Letters of Inquiry for its 2023 Partnership Grant program.


Interested nonprofit organizations and municipal-run programs in the communities of Melrose and Revere are invited to propose innovative programming, to be designed and/or implemented in partnership with the Foundation Trust, in one or more of the foundation’s funding tracks:

  1. Overcoming trauma and adversity
  2. Empowering at-risk youth and communities
  3. Enriching quality of life for adults living with chronic conditions
  4. Advancing inclusivity in the arts


“We are excited to be back in Melrose and Revere, where we last offered grants before the pandemic,” shared Foundation Trust Manager Lauren Liecau. “In light of everything that has changed, we need each other now more than ever. And the Foundation Trust is in as strong a position as ever to partner with changemakers in our communities.”


As a private operating foundation, The Foundation Trust offers much more than funding alone, and is seeking primary partners to co-design programming. “Through the expanded partnership opportunities we pursue with our grantees, we collectively achieve much more than we could if working on shared issues independently,” commented Foundation Trust Executive Director, Dr. Joseph Spinazzola.


Letters of Inquiry for 2023 Foundation Trust Partnership Grants will be accepted through Tuesday, March 28, 2023. Complete details are available at

Upcoming Info Session

A virtual information session will be held on Wednesday, March 1 at 4:30pm for those interested in learning more about Foundation Trust Partnership Grants. Contact Lauren Liecau at to sign up.