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Thank you for your interest in the CHT Foundation. The Foundation was established in 2005 by the family of William O. Taylor of Boston, former publisher of The Boston Globe, and his wife, Sally P. Coxe, a native of Philadelphia.
The CHT Foundation has three main areas of interest: education, the environment, and projects that enhance historic preservation. The grants are confined to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Trustees have a strong geographic preference for projects serving the cities of Boston and New Bedford, and rarely make grants for projects serving communities outside those two cities.
CHT Foundation grants will range from $1,000 - $10,000. While there are no restrictions on grants for capital purposes or general operations, the Foundation prefers to fund project-specific requests. Multi-year requests will not be considered.
Your grant application must be received by end of business on July 1. In the case of a holiday or weekend, submissions are due the next business day. Applicants are asked to submit the following:
Please submit all required information in one PDF document to
Rita Goldberg, Grants Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Trustees will contact the applicant if they have any questions or require further information. All applicants will be notified in October if they have been awarded a grant from the CHT Foundation.
Due to funding limitations, the Foundation can support only a small number of organizations that apply for grants, but we wish applicants all future success.
Trustees of CHT Foundation
Kurt F. Somerville
Nancy B. Gardiner
Edmund C. Taylor