Marshall Home Fund Hosting Ceremony to Award Grants to Help Older Adults

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Please join the Marshall Home Fund at its annual Program Grant Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 17 – 3:30 pm at the Watertown Public Library, the group announced.

The MHF will distribute a total of $68,000 to the following organizations for programs that will benefit Watertown’s older adults: Beaverbrook STEP, Care Dimensions, Lexington Chamber Music, MetroWest Community Development, Mosesian Center for Arts, New Rep Theater, Perkins School for the Blind, Project Literacy, Springwell, Watertown Council on Aging, Watertown Family Network, Watertown Health Department, Watertown Prosperity, Windsor House.

Established in 2005, the Marshall Home Fund is a nonprofit, community-based charitable foundation dedicated to serving Watertown’s older adult population. MHF also provides financial assistance to elderly individuals in urgent need. These individuals must be referred to MHF by local agencies, town officials, or organizations.

For more information about MHF, please visit or email

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