The Community Foundation for Nantucket was proud to award $54,000 in scholarship funds to Nantucket students this year.
The William H. Brown Scholarship Fund was established in the memory of Will Brown by his family in 2012. The purpose of the Scholarship Fund is to provide two scholarships of $5000 per year for four years to two graduating seniors who are Nantucket Residents. The Scholarship Advisory Committee looks for students who display creativity, moral integrity, curiosity, and the desire to learn about and contribute to the greater world. read more>
Nantucket just got a lot more colorful this year with “A Walk Around Nantucket,” a 52-page adult coloring book, conceived by Scott Widmeyer and Alan Yount, who have been coming to Nantucket for more than 25 years.
Nantucket High School welcomed Morowa Yejide, author of Time of the Locust, this past April. It was an event made possible by the Nantucket Book Foundation in partnership with the Nantucket High School, and the NBF PEN/Faulkner Writers in Schools program, now made possible with the help of a grant from The Nantucket Fund™.read more>
The Nantucket Fund™ is the Community Foundation for Nantucket’s unrestricted source for Community Grants, directing support to local nonprofits that are providing services to Nantucketers. This is the one, unique fund where donors’ pooled resources help meet multiple needs of Nantucketers – and not just its people, but also its four-legged residents in need. read more>
The Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association and the Nantucket Community School held the Second Annual Nantucket Science Festival back in March in the Nantucket High School Cafeteria. The free, family event lasted four hours and was filled with family-friendly science-related activities made possible through a grant from the Nantucket Fund™. read more>