The following announcement was provided by the Marshall Home Fund:
The Marshall Home Fund is encouraging public and non-profit organizations to submit innovative proposals that support Watertown’s efforts to be an Age-Friendly Community—a place where older adults can live, thrive, and contribute.
While proposals for a range of programs are welcome, the fund is particularly interested in projects addressing unmet needs in housing and transportation, and in strategies to better inform older adults about the services that are available to them. The Request for Proposals will be available on February 6, 2020 and proposals will be due March 13, 2020.
Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to attend the Program Grant Information Session on February 6, 12:30-2:00 at the WSB Room in the Watertown Free Public Library and to visit marshallhomefund.org. To RSVP to the Information Session and for additional information, contact email@example.com
Established in 2005, the Marshall Home Fund is a nonprofit, community-based charitable foundation dedicated to serving Watertown’s older adult population (age 55 plus). MHF also provides financial assistance to individual older residents in urgent need. These individuals must be referred to MHF by local agencies, town officials, or organizations.