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2020 Annual Report


AT A GLANCE:

GIFTS Gifts Received

$12,455,763 1,302 Gifts

$4,487,566

$7,968,197

For Existing Funds

748

For Creating New Funds

11

Donors

New Funds

195

Total Funds

GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS

212

Grantee Organizations

97

Received A Total Of

$9,189,048.62

ASSETS Total Assets

Investment Return

$47,541,996

11.6%

Scholarship Awarded


Message from Our Leadership Dear Friends of the SouthCoast Community Foundation, There is nothing we can add to the numerous characterizations of 2020 as it was a year unto itself. What we hope, though, is that this Annual Report provides you with some insight and inspiration as to how your Community Foundation responded to this very unique year.

throughout the Commonwealth for philanthropy looked to community foundations as their partner on the ground. A significant amount of our Emergency Response Fund came from foundations, businesses, families, and individuals who reached out to us seeking to understand what was happening in our region and partner with us to help them make an impact.

As the community’s philanthropic institution, the SouthCoast Community Foundation led the charge of raising and garnering funds through our SouthCoast Emergency Response Fund, resulting in more than $6,000,000 being quickly and efficiently reinvested last year in our community to offset the significant and broad impacts of COVID-19. The needs to be addressed covered the gamut of a society without adequate systems to respond to a pandemic: Access to food, reliable housing, mental health support, the harm of isolation, severe unemployment, access to testing and reliable health information, frontline workers who could not just work from home, and much more. This required our local nonprofits to be flexible, responsive, grounded, and effective while managing many of their own challenges. Our job was to provide these organizations with the resources they needed to do their work and trust that they understood their communities better than anyone else.

We appreciate that the values that drove this situation are the ones that guide us each day: respect, transparency, authenticity, data, accessibility, service, and a capacity to listen to understand.

This trusted relationship with our nonprofit partners also had an unintended consequence: funders for whom COVID was a wake-up call to the need

Be safe. Stay well. Get vaccinated.

These values are guiding our work in response to the other more long-term and lethal pandemic of racism in our country and our region. The long-overdue elevation of the harm to us all of systemic racism has required us to listen and learn as we remain committed to building on those values and those learnings to more fully embrace our role as an antiracist organization. Yes, 2020 was a year unto itself. But it has also given us the gift to see more clearly the power, need, and responsibility of our mission. So yes, with you, we responded to COVID-19, and we will, with you, continue to respond to the needs of our region. Thank you for being on this journey with us.

LINDA BODENMANN, CHAIR

JOHN VASCONCELLOS, PRESIDENT

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MISSION

To mobilize philanthropy by matching donors and resources with community needs for the benefit of our region.

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COVID-19 Response Overview:

Please visit our website where you will find a full recap of our response in the COVID-19: Impact Report.

The SouthCoast Emergency Response Fund was established in March 2020, to swiftly distribute aid to the most vulnerable communities and regional nonprofits experiencing the detrimental impact of COVID-19. Additionally, as part of our overall COVID-19 relief effort many of our donor advised funds generously responded as well resulting in more than $6.2M in total donations and more than $5.9M in grants.

Total Dollar Amount raised

$6,277,039 from wide range of government, foundation, corporate, and individual donors

By signing the Council on Philanthropy’s COVID-19 pledge last year, we recognized the critical need to act with urgency in support of our nonprofit partners as well as the people and communities hit hardest by the impacts of COVID-19. We stand with many other philanthropic leaders providing our grantee partners a flexible and unobstructed process to move their essential work forward powerfully and confidently.

Total Number of Donations Received

233

$ $ $ Total Dollar Amount Granted

$5,975,720

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135 nonprofits supported 323 grants issued

COVID-19 Response Overview: Donor Stories Like many, Brian and Elizabeth Merrick were holed up at home due to the pandemic but anxious to find a way to help. They did their research and discovered we had opened the SouthCoast Emergency Response Fund. The Merrick’s were familiar with the Community Foundation, having set up a scholarship fund with us in 2017. We were moved to learn the story behind the Merrick’s decision to support the Community Foundation relief efforts, and the Merrick’s were elated to learn they had been the very first donors to the fund with $100. The Merrick’s understand that no gift is ever too small.

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“As soon as we learned about the Emergency Response Fund, we knew we wanted to pitch in,” commented Elizabeth Merrick. “We had such a positive experience partnering with the team when we set up the scholarship. We knew they would have a good handle on which nonprofits needed the funds to help people in need as quickly as possible. And that the funds would get directly into their hands without a lot of bureaucracy.”


“We are incredibly grateful for the support of the SouthCoast Community Foundation. The pandemic has been especially difficult for immigrant families in our community, and these funds will have a major impact on our ability to help the children and families most in need. Food insecurity and access to safe, quality childcare services are two of the most pressing issues we see every day, and we appreciate the Foundation’s investment in this work.” Vinnie Marturano, President & CEO of Old Colony YMCA

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COVID-19 Response: Dollars Awarded by Focus Area $880,399

$262,200

NONPROFIT SUPPORT

FRONTLINE/ ESSENTIAL WORKERS

$621,000 HEALTH

$1,728,331 FAMILY SUPPORT

$1,528,500 FOOD

$640,500 HOUSING

“With the Community Foundation’s help, our Food Assistance Program has increased services by 300% since March 2020. That’s 15,500 emergency food deliveries to nearly 50,000 neighbors in need. It’s been a lifeline for parents like Sarah, a mother of three, who was working full time before the pandemic and is now out of work.” My Brother’s Keeper President, Erich Miller

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COVID-19 Response: Population Served

“Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, Coastline has remained committed to caring for our community. As we continue to address the impact of this global pandemic on our area, private philanthropy has become critical to our success, and it ensures that older adults and adults with disabilities are able to access services and receive homedelivered meals – even during this time of uncertainty.” Paula Shiner, CEO of Coastline Elderly

HOMELESS/IMPOVERISHED Homeless and/or impoverished individuals and families directly impacted by COVID-19.

PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Housing costs and support for home-based care amidst the pandemic.

YOUTH In-person to remote learning including the purchase of computers and training on new technology. Also, the availability and access to youth summer programming.

LGBTQ+ Direct emergency assistance and food to community members.

ESSENTIAL FRONTLINE WORKERS Hazard pay and the purchase of personal protective equipment (PPE).

IMMIGRANT FAMILIES Rental assistance, utility payments, and other direct assistance for immigrant families, regardless of documentation status.

ELDERLY Mental health services, emotional support programming, and increased meal delivery to ensure elders sheltered in place.

VETERANS Food and meal services to veterans residing in Southeastern MA.

WOMEN Basic emergency services to victims of domestic violence exacerbated by the pandemic, housing and rental assistance for single mothers, and procurement and delivery of feminine hygiene products.

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“At the peak of the pandemic, it became clear that our community was struggling to put food on the table while our local farmer families were also facing challenges reaching their customers. With the support of SouthCoast Community Foundation, Coastal Foodshed partnered with 12 local farmers to purchase excess food they couldn’t sell due to new social distancing regulations. More than 100,000 lbs. of locally grown food made its way to struggling families. We are grateful to the Community Foundation for supporting our local food economy and keeping our communities healthy.” Stephanie Perks, Coastal Foodshed Inc. Executive Director & Co-Founder.

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COVID-19 RESPONSE:

Donor Stories Innovative Funding Collaboration Last fall, the Commonwealth Children’s Fund (CCF), Eastern Bank Charitable Fund, SouthCoast Community Foundation, and United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley came together to discuss how all four philanthropic organizations could partner to provide early childcare funding support to the Southeastern Massachusetts region. Knowing that the New Bedford based nonprofit PACE (People Acting in Community Endeavors) worked closely with home-based childcare providers throughout the 47 towns they serve, the Community Foundation engaged them in this unique collaboration. PACE had the relationships, systems, and processes to identify where the funds should go and expedite their delivery. Thanks to an innovative funding approach, $55,000 from the Community Foundation coupled with contributions from Eastern, United Way, and matching from CCF, turned into a total of $342,000 for the area. This enabled the PACE team to assist 137 independent licensed providers create a COVID safe environment for the children they serve.

$55,000 from the Community Foundation

$55k

coupled with contributions from Eastern, United Way, and matching from CCF, turned into a total of $342,000 for the area.

$342k

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COVID-19 RESPONSE:

Grantee Stories The New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center

The New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center was conducting its board meeting on March 10th, when the Governor issued a state of emergency. The next day, the Center had to close. Gone were all the wonderful opportunities the organization regularly used to raise revenue like cruise ship presentations, tours, live events, and the gift shop. What also disappeared was the opportunity to regularly connect with the community the Center had created between staff, board, volunteers, members from the fishing industry, and the residents of New Bedford. They were able to salvage that sense of connection through Zoom meetings, but everyone was relieved on July 9th when the Heritage Center was able to reopen. Thanks to an unrestricted $7,000 Stabilization Grant from the Community Foundation, allowing them to invest in air filtration, touchless faucets, PPE supplies, and the like, Executive Director Laura Orleans was able to create a COVID safe environment for visitors and staff.

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COVID-19 RESPONSE:

Grantee Stories The Plymouth Taskforce to End Homelessness

The Plymouth Taskforce to End Homelessness, an all-volunteer organization in partnership with Father Bill’s & Mainspring, has been providing shelter for the homeless since 2004. For the last seventeen years, two churches were used to provide a warm respite for meals and facilities during the winter months, which usually concluded in April. When COVID-19 stuck, all businesses and public buildings were shut down, so homeless individuals had no place to go. On top of that, it was a particularly wet and cold season so shelters were needed through May.

After exploring several different options, the Taskforce found a creative solution in the Pilgrim Sands Hotel to provide shelter. To cover the costs of the hotel rooms in the winter and spring months, Plymouth Taskforce received several grants from our Emergency Response Fund throughout the year totaling $132,000.

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COVID-19 RESPONSE:

Grantee Stories Hockomock Area YMCA

When its facilities closed on March 15th, the Hockomock Area YMCA, which serves 15 communities, shifted its focus to meet two critical community needs, food security and emergency childcare. Despite losing 41% of its membership and nearly 100% of programming revenue, they remained focused on being strong community partners and good resource stewards. The Emergency Response Fund grants totaling $315,000 helped them fill these needs.

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Since last March, they have been providing quality emergency childcare programming for 80 children of healthcare providers, first responders, and other essential personnel. Additionally, they have served approximately 87,297 meals and distributed more than 8,680 family food bags. At the start of the program, they distributed less than 80 bags. Today, they are consistently distributing more than 1,000 each week, an increase of more than 1200%.


COVID-19 Response: Convening Virtually The Foundation also provided an opportunity for nonprofit leaders to share best practices and tackle the challenging COVID-19 landscape through a bimonthly virtual meeting series we called, Meet Me for Coffee. On March 20, we held our very first one. Each meeting was a chance to check in with one another but also to focus on a topic such as the role of governance in a time of crisis or Zoom etiquette, tapping into our network of nonprofit and community experts. To quote our attendees, these meetings were a ‘gift that kept on giving’ and they met colleagues that they wouldn’t otherwise have gotten to know.

We were honored that these sessions were featured in the Philanthropy Massachusetts 51st Annual Meeting showcase of innovative programs developed in response to the pandemic.

As a founding partner of the Massachusetts Community Foundations Partnership, a new collaboration of 14 community foundations, the SouthCoast Community Foundation in addition to grant making, provided capacity-building programs to nonprofit organizations through online workshops and trainings. This coalition was formed to directly address the pandemic’s impact on nonprofits.

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CONVENING VIRTUALLY:

Funders’ Tour

Every year the SouthCoast Community Foundation convenes philanthropic community members with nonprofit leaders to deepen the understanding of the work being done to make the Southcoast a more inclusive, healthier, safer, and more vibrant region. As with the rest of the world, the pandemic required us to integrate a virtual strategy to connect with our constituents. The silver lining was our ability to include twice as many attendees, broadening our reach and, in turn, increasing awareness about the issues discussed. Not only could many more people attend but those that couldn’t were able to watch the recording and share it with others.

This virtual tour also focused on the work being done to end racism. We heard from Dr. Jennifer DeBarros, Director of Prevention & Intervention Programs at HEAL Center of NorthStar Learning Centers, Gail Fortes, Executive Director of the YWCA Southeastern Massachusetts, and Dr. LaSella L. Hall President of NAACP New Bedford and Associate Director of Frederick Douglass Unity House at UMass Dartmouth.

The April tour provided an overview of the first grant recipients from the SouthCoast Emergency Response Fund. With updates from Helena DaSilva Hughes, Executive Director of the Immigrants’ Assistance Center, Paula Shiner, CEO of Coastline Elderly Services, Inc., and Liz Wiley, Executive Director of the Marion Institute. This was followed by a panel discussing the impact and response of arts & culture leaders including Raquel Dias, President of the Cape Verdean Association New Bedford, Tom Flint, Executive Director of YEAH! Corps., Lee Heald, Director of AHA! New Bedford, and Patrick Norton, Executive Director of the Narrows Center for the Arts.

The last tour in October addressed the current and emerging housing crisis amongst the most vulnerable residents within the South Coast. Susan Mazzarella, CEO of Catholic Social Services, Corinn Williams, Executive Director of the Community Economic Development Center, John Yazwinski, President and CEO of Father Bill’s & Mainspring, and Reverend David Lima from Rise Up for Homes participated in the discussion.

The June tour continued to focus on the impact of COVID-19 but specifically innovation and collaboration around food security and workforce development. Kim Ferreira, Co-Executive Director of Coastal Foodshed, Devin Byrnes, owner of Destination Soups, and Jessica Coelho Arruda, owner of Tia Maria’s European Café discussed their experiences and collaboration efforts. Maria Ferreira-Bedard, Executive Director of SER-Jobs for Progress, Inc., Wendy Garf-Lipp, Executive Director of United Neighbors of Fall River, and Charlie Merrow, CoOwner of Merrow Manufacturing, LLC did as well.

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CONVENING VIRTUALLY:

Summer’s Last Blast 25th Anniversary Celebration Our annual end-of-summer event was virtual last year, but it did not lack in personal experiences and festivities thanks to wonderful local entertainment and immersive creative experiences. To complement the evening, each ticket holder and sponsor received hand-delivered goodies thanks to Westport Rivers Winery, Cuttyhunk Shellfish Farms, and LaFrance Hospitality to enjoy while taking in the experience in their living room or outside with friends. To connect with other attendees everyone was given access to a virtual ‘photo booth’ filter to post and share on social media.

Even though we couldn’t enjoy each other’s company in person, the virtual nature of the event did allow us to feature many more wonderful artists and entertainers from our community than we would normally. And provide ample viewing opportunities for those that couldn’t participate.

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CONVENING VIRTUALLY:

Scholarships

We couldn’t let the Scholarship season come and go without acknowledgement, even if we couldn’t hold our annual celebration due to the pandemic. The Community Foundation staff came up with a fun solution. Under the guise of a scholarship ‘interview,’ President John Vasconcellos and the team held zoom calls with scholarship recipients and their families to surprise them with their awards.

Needless to say, there were a lot of smiles through tears and looks of disbelief as everyone took in the good news. In total, the Community Foundation gave out 97 awards for a total of $491,877.

Last year’s applicants were also able to use uAspire, a Financial Aid Help Desk. The Community Foundation is one of the first to use this innovative and new online tool. Moving forward, all students applying to Community Foundation scholarships can use it to access ongoing support while they and their families navigate the financial aid process.

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New Funds & Scholarships

Cuttyhunk Asset Care Fund

President’s Fund Short Term

George E. Keeler Scholarship Fund

SouthCoast Community Foundation Staff Directed Fund

Georgia and Constantine Decas Family Scholarship Fund

Sgt. Ronald Bumpus Memorial Scholarship Fund

Martha G. Coggeshall Fund

SouthCoast Emergency Response Fund

Matouk Company Fund

The Jake Fabian Memorial Fund

“Partnering with SouthCoast Community Foundation has been such a positive experience for us. The knowledgeable staff has been by our side every step of way guiding and encouraging us. Giving back to our own community is truly the way we choose to honor our son, Jake.” – JOHN

& JEANNE FABIAN

DONOR STORY: New Bedford residents Jeanne and John Fabian were faced with a challenge no parent should have to face. How to honor the life of a son whose life ended way too soon. They were directed our way, and in December 2020, the Fabians opened The Jake Fabian Memorial Fund, which will make grants to nonprofits that help underserved youth in our community. They initially funded it with $565.68 remaining from memorial gifts that had come their way after Jake’s death. On January 6th, Jake’s 30th birthday, Jeanne thought it would be nice if she could find 30 people to make 30 gifts of $30 each to the Fund in memory of Jake. Jeanne asked us for help, so we quickly established the donation page on our website to link to a Facebook page.

Jeanne was unsure how people might respond. With help from their daughter, they uploaded the post at 8:30 that night. By midnight they received 88 gifts. By the end of his birthday, 249 gifts. And by the end of the week, a total of 274 gifts were received, totaling $11,508. The post had been shared 148 times. Jeanne was overwhelmed and incredibly grateful that his birthday did not pass without it being celebrated. Now, youth in our city will benefit from this support because a deeply grieving family reached out and the community responded.

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Board Of Directors & Staff 2020 - 2021 Board Linda Bodenmann - Chair Eric H. Strand - Vice Chair Louis E. Sousa - Treasurer Carl J. Cruz - Clerk Jason Rua - Assistant Clerk Seth Garfield - Immediate Past Chair John Vasconcellos - President Trish Arnold Damōn Chaplin Colleen Carney Courtney Nicholas Christ Priscilla Ditchfield Gail Fortes Jayne Rebello Korn Denise M. Porché Maria Rosario Cynthia Rose Jonathan Rounds Executive Committee Chair: Linda Bodenmann Carl Cruz Seth Garfield Jason Rua Louis Sousa Eric Strand John Vasconcellos Arts & Culture Committee Chair: Priscilla Ditchfield Lisa Schmid Alvord Michael Benevides Irene Buck Nicholas Christ Carl Cruz Yvonne Drayton Jackie Francisco Sandy Fraze Kathleen Hancock Helena Hartnett Lawrence Jenkins Fitzcarmel LaMarre Viera Levitt Jim McKeag Charlie Merrow Denise Porché Eve Rounds

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Staff John Vasconcellos, President Charles Holley, Director of Finance & Administration Sarah Rose, Director of Engagement Werlaine Badio, Programs Officer Nhamaa Cortes, Accounting Clerk Kim Goddard, Marketing & Communications Manager Tricia Grime, Development Manager Adrianna Heard, Donor Services Associate Kim Heard, Office Administrator AHA! Lee Heald, Director Women’s Fund Joanne Murray, Executive Director Korey Pimental, Office Manager & Executive Assistant

Margo Saulnier Devon Torres Audit Committee Chair: Jeff Pagliuca Linda Bodenmann Nicholas Christ Lou Sousa Development Committee Chair: Colleen Carney Courtney Trish Arnold Janet Atkins Robert Collins Doug Glassman Jennifer Menard Jeff Pagliuca   Education Committee Chair: Cynthia Rose Trish Arnold John Beauregard Zoe Hansen-DiBello Ed Lambert Craig Lindell Kerry Lynch Maria Rosario Jon Rounds

Finance Committee Chair: Louis Sousa Kate Alves Rachel Charrier Priscilla Ditchfield Jason Rua Governance Committee Chair: Jason Rua Gail Fortes Seth Garfield Jayne Rebello Korn Craig Lindell Cynthia Rose   Grants Committee Chair: Carl Cruz Jeff Bradley Dennis Carman Seth Garfield Zach Gerson-Nieder Sr. Kathy Harrington Jayne Rebello Korn Denise Porché Julie Ramos Gagliardi Glenn Oliveira Cynthia Rose Andrea Rodrigues

Investment Committee Chair: Eric Strand Kate Alves Peter Bogle Michelle Buckley Matt Downey Tim Dyer Mike Pierre Jon Rounds Gil Shapiro Louis Sousa Richard Wolfson Scholarship Committee Chair: Seth Garfield Merry Conway Carl Cruz Erik Domingues Zoe Hanson-DiBello Romayne Grace Darius Haghighat Shelley Honeycutt Russell Keeler Donald Kerr John Korn Lynne Mastera Courtney Mello-Champagne Cynthia Rose


Our Corporators represent a wide range of expertise and perspectives and serve the Community Foundation as advisors, ambassadors, and advocates.

Corporators Kate Alves Lisa Schmid Alvord Joseph Barry Christina Bascom Wendy Bauer John Beauregard Michael Benevides R. William Blasdale Peter C. Bogle Hon. Bettina Borders Terry Boyle J. Russell Buckley John K. Bullard Peter C. Bullard Steven Canessa Lillian Carney Patrick Carney Elaine Chervinsky Paul Chervinsky Robert Collins

Merry Conway John Coughlin Erik Dominques Paul Downey Yvonne Drayton Timothy H. Dyer M. Temple Fawcett Zachary Gerson-Nieder Doug Glassman Kathleen Harrington Helena Hartnett Shelley Honeycutt James S. Hughes Lawrence Hunt Elizabeth Isherwood David Jeffrey Hope Jeffrey Lorraine Khazan Rachel Kolb John Korn

Nancy Kurtz Richard Lafrance Edward Lambert Raymond Lantz Kate Carney Larisa Craig Lindell Melanie Lindell Doris Ludes John Ludes Thomas Lyons Jean MacCormack Carolee Matsumoto Nancy McFadden Jennifer Menard Joan Menard Elaine Meredith Charlie Merrow Stacy Mullaney Dana Norman Mary Louise Nunes

George Oliveira Jeffrey Pagliuca Kim Perry Susan Perry Mike Pierre David Prentiss Julie Ramos-Gagliardi Carl Ribeiro Cathy Roberts Andrea Rodrigues Jonathan Schwartz Gilbert Shapiro Edward Siegal June A. Smith Lara Stone Mary Tomlinson Charles Toomey Robert Trahan Randall Weeks Richard Wolfson

“We aim to create a world where kindness, love, happiness, compassion and self-confidence are available to All Kids of All Abilities. The SouthCoast Community Foundation has been instrumental in helping us to provide life altering services to over 1300 families throughout Massachusetts. It has helped attract tourism and more support to small businesses in the area as well.” - Chris Antao, Founder of Gnome Surf

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Financials

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES

AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2020

FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2020

ASSETS Current Assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,982,234 Property and Equipment, Net. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27,585 Non-Current Assets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44,532,177 TOTAL ASSETS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47,541,996

SUPPORT, REVENUES AND RECLASSIFICATIONS: Grants and Contributions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,568,034 Investment Return. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,928,542 Other Miscellaneous Revenue. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153,270

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Current Liabilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 358,015 Non-Current Liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,034,560 TOTAL LIABILITIES.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,392,575 NET ASSETS: Without Donor Restrictions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36,706,835 With Donor Restrictions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 442,586 TOTAL NET ASSETS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46,149,421 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47,541,996

TOTAL SUPPORT, REVENUES, AND RECLASSIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,649,846 FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES Program Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,241,398 Administrative. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541,583 Fundraising. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 458,863 TOTAL FUNCTIONAL EXPENSES. . . . . . . . . . . 11,241,844 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,408,002 NET ASSETS - BEGINNING OF YEAR. . . . . . . . 40,741,419 NET ASSETS - END OF YEAR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46,149,421

The SouthCoast Community Foundation granted $9,189,048.62 in grants and scholarships in 2020 2%

2020 GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS PAID

8%

Arts & Culture

18%

$743,476.26

COVID $5,874,194.09 Education $1,657,220.58

64%

8%

Economic Opportunity

$724,494.43

Other $189,663.26 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,189,048.62 TOTAL GRANTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,791,944.92 TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $397,103.70* (*)represents payments made on previous awards.

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COVID $5,874,194.09


Listed below are the contributors to all our funds, including sponsorships and the SouthCoast Emergency Response Fund during 2020. We extend our sincere gratitude to ALL who made a gift during the year.

Contributors

$100,000+ Anonymous (3)* Amelia Peabody Charitable Fund* BankFive Barr Foundation* Sarah and Allen Berry Jack and Nancy Braitmayer* The Estate of Martha Coggeshall Katharina Decas William C. Decas Esquire Department of Education (Pathways)* Amos and Barbara Hostetter* Island Foundation* Irwin M. and Joan Klein Jacobs Seth and Beth Klarman Fund* Estate of Leo R. Lanouette John Matouk & Co., Inc. Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Group* Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism Senator Montigny Children’s Equality and Empowerment Fund* Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation* $50,000-$99,999 Anonymous (2)* Andrew and Melora Balson Family Fund* Christina and Charles† Bascom BayCoast Bank* Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation* The Bromley Charitable Trust Irene and Norman Buck* The Carney Family Charitable Foundation* Helen L. Keeler L. Knife & Son, Inc.* New Bedford Housing Authority Van Sloun Foundation*

The Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment Greater Fall River Development Corp.* The Karina Foundation* William Schrafft & Bertha Schrafft Charitable Trust* Neil J. Van Sloun The Weatherlow Foundation $10,000-$24,999 Anonymous (2) Alan L. Alves The Arrowhead Foundation Inc. John S. Carter III and Nicole Paige Clowes Fund David and Kim Ferreira Harbor One* Anna Whitcomb Knight and Sam Knight Bob A. MacKenzie NB Star Kids Scholarship Program, Inc. Rockland Trust* Jonathan and Eve Rounds* Tufts Healthplan Foundation* Unidos Para Familias Fundv Wagner Foundation* Marjorie Waite and Neil Weiss* Marcy Wintrub and Duane Barton

$5,000-$9,999 Joel B. Alvord and Lisa Schmid Alvord* Oliver Ames Trish and Chris Arnold* Margherita and Michael Baldwin* Barbara Begley Linda and John C. Bodenmann* Bettina Borders and Victor Mailey M.D. Cambridge Trust Company* James Conlin and Carole Ferguson Dr. Paula A. Cordeiro* The Downey Family $25,000-$49,999 Fairhaven Shipyard Companies BankFive Foundation Fund* Kathleen and James Feeney* Barry Investment Advisors Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts* Seth and Dorothy Garfield The Glass Foundation, Inc.* Victoria and David B. Croll* Howland Fund for Aged Women* Allan W. and Priscilla Ditchfield* Nan S. Johnson Katharine B. Garfield William and Frances Keene *Donor also supported Emergency Response Fund † Deceased

Rachael Kolb and Thomas Stritter Sean and Stacy Mullaney Joop and Ria Nagtegaal Joseph J. Nauman* Plimoth Investment Advisors* Prime, Buchholz & Associates* Rua-Dumont-Audet Insurance Agency, Inc. Samana Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund* Walter and Jane Smith John H. and H. Naomi Tomfohrde Foundation* VIBRA Hospital of Southeastern Massachusetts $2,500-$4,999 Anonymous (2)* American Research and Management Company Ray and Maureen Armstrong Baldwin Brothers, Inc. Bank of America Suzanne Bennett Charitable Foundation, Inc. R. William and Mary Jean Blasdale* Eric Braitmayer and Jack H. Haney Buckley Family Fund* The Chown and Huguenin Charitable Fund Community Economic Development Center of Southeastern Massachusetts Colleen C. and Chris Courtney* John M. and Pamela J. Evans Will Feener* Fiber Optic Center, Inc. The Garfield Foundation Steven and Kim Gladstone* Jim and Bess Hughes Ludes Family Foundation* The Maurice and Anne Makepeace Family Foundation* Dave and Kim McCabe* Richard and Faith Morningstar* Louise and Charles Nadler National Park Service Carl and Leslye Ribeiro* Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals SERVPRO

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Frima and Gilbert Shapiro Charitable Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund* George T. and Anna Shaw June A. Smith and Kenneth A. Schwartz Southcoast Health Sylvia & Company Insurance Agency John Vasconcellos and Bill Barr Marion and Henry Wainer* Ruth & Ralph Webber Family Foundation $1,000-$2499 Anonymous (2) Margery Ahearn* Talbot Baker Jr. Laura Barooshian on behalf of the Heckerling Dinner Group* Baycoast Mortgage* Ethel L. Beckett Bristol Community College Bristol County Savings Bank Broadbill Fishing, Inc. Dan and Jennifer Bungert Andrew and Amy Burnes Joanne C. and David Cameron Nicholas and Margaret Christ David Colton Consolidated Brick & Building Supplies, Inc. Merry B. and Dr. John A. Conway* Carl J. Cruz* Chris Demakis Katharine Dobin* Erik Domingues, MD Matthew J. and Diane F. Downey Yvonne M. Drayton Rachel Dzengelewski Elaine M. Epstein* Douglas and Lisa Errico EVERSOURCE* Michael Falvey Eileen T. Farley* First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union Sheldon Friedland Friends of Buddy White Gallery X, Inc. John N. and Natalie F. Garfield Jr.* Katharine Garfield The Seth Garfield Family Trust Evelyn Goodhue* Tess Goodwin Gravina Family Foundation Inc Hawthorn Medical Associates Highland Street Foundation

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Nelson F. Hockert-Lotz and Susan Goldsmith Marjorie Greville Helena and Ken Hartnett* Brian and Robin Hicks* Polly and Prentiss C. Higgins Elizabeth Isherwood JM Forbes & Co. LLP Oscar and Goretti Joaquim JR Cotter, LLC Thomas and Anne Kelly John Korn and Jayne Rebello-Korn* Kate and Joe Larisa* Leslie Lawrence and Ronald Weingartner Jimmy Liang Lofberg Family Foundation Kerry A. Lynch and Dean Slocum* Kathleen Mahoney Steven and Christine Manfredi Richard J. Medicke Marine Safety Consultants Jeffrey C. McHarg and Elaine Dors* Colleen and Dave Millett Celeste Misodoulakis Network for Good* Nichols & Pratt, LLP Norweb Foundation* Oxford Creamery, LLC Partners Insurance Group* Gilbert Perry and Donna Sachs* Karl and Martha Peterson Members of Piney Point Beach Club* Paula Popeo Portugalia Marketplace Danielle Poyant Marvin Raskin in memory of Ethylin Retired Public Employees Committee for Political Action* Rhode Island Community Foundation* The Roberts Family Charitable Fund Deborah Roher* Jaye Roseborough Jamey and Laura Shachoy* Norm† and MaryEllen Shachoy Richard Shevelow* Charles J. Smiler* Louis Sousa* Juana Souza-Quatrano DMD Raymond and Flavian Starvish Lara H. and Jeffrey L. Stone Turowski2 Architecture, Inc. Union Mutual Fire Insurance Company* Sarah Van Vleck* The Verano Fund

Waring-Sullivan Affiliated Funeral & Cremation Services Richard B. and Susan Wolfson G. Stewart Young Jane Young Zibra Corporation Ann and Hans Ziegler $500 - $999 Anonymous (4)* Catherine Adler and Ellen Dehm Scott Anderson and Joan Kelly Margaret S. Bacon and Jack McCarthy Lisa Balaschak The Barre* John and Jackie Beauregard Dee Dee Bentley* The Mary Jane Bernert Living Revocable Trust Big Value Outlet Mary-Ellen Boyle Jill Britton* Laurie and John Bullard* Paul and Susan Burke Charles and Carolyn Burnham Thomas and Linda Bush Crystal C. Campbell Bruce and Marylou Clarke Robert Collins Loretto F. and Dwight Crane Cuttyhunk Shellfish Farms Downey & Downey P. C. Ellen Hertzmark Revocable Trust* Jeanne M. and John F. Fabian Jr. Linda and Peter Fenton Kathleen S. and David W. Fentress Carole Ferguson George C. Gebelein Golfing Friends of Misodoulakis John and Anne Gorczyca* Joanne Gracia* Incorporated Proprietors of Nonquitt Patricia Jayson Katherine S. White Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Charlotte and Robert Kelly Koreen A. Santos 2008 Revocable Trust Mary Ellen Lees Cynthia A. Letourneau Yiu Tung Leung and Pei Qiong Craig Lindell and Linda Garnett* Atty. Kenneth D. Lipman Becky Lockwood Demarest Lloyd MacDonald Timothy Mahoney and Pamela Donnelly


Ms. Mary D. Mandeville Mass Cultural Council Massachusetts Bankers Association Charitable Foundation Inc.* Faith and Dr. Harry Matelski Jim Mathes and Lisa Strattan Joe and Holly McDonough Ann McKeown* Mary Anne McQuillan* Brian & Elizabeth Merrick* Lisa Morin Michelle Neves and Jason A. Hantman Dana R. Norman Nunes & Charrier LLC Parkview Apartments Realty Holding LLC Sandria R. Parsons Susan and Dan Perry* Philip Snyder Foundation Lou Ricciardi Jason M. and Christine G. Rua* Roy Sanford* Paul and Christina Schmid Sean M. Gannon Memorial Fund of the Cape Cod Foundation* Joe and Marie Shea Toby and Bill Shea* Louis Solomon Silverstein Stevenson Family Charitable Trust Catherine M. Stone Margo Stone William Straus and Kerry Shortle* Torie Sylvia David and Janis Tatelbaum Carol Taylor and John Deknatel David C. and Nancy P. Twichell Jr. David Wright UP TO $499 Anonymous (12)* Milton and Marilyn Adams Abbey Aevazelis The Ackerman Family Jonathan Agnew Ailes Family Cecilia K. Alkalay Kate Alves Carmen Amaral Kumkum Amin Alden and Emily Anderson Dana Anderson David and Patty Andrews Ann M. Borges, LLC Louise and Paul Anthony Lasse and Elin Antonsen Judith and Willie Archer

Alyssa Arens Elisabeth Arruda Colleen Avedikian Janice Baptist* Maureen and Stephan Baptista Blake Barbosa* Maria Barlow Rebecca Barnes Shawndrae Barreto Patrick Barry Richard and Sharon Barry Mary Bartlet Valerie Bassett and Paula Gauthier Kristin Batstone Morrissey be jeweled Denise Beach* Beatriz & Company Jean Beebe The Benevity Community Impact Fund of American Endowment Foundation Elizabeth L. Bennett Jean and Arthur Bennett* Janice Bichsel Kelsey Bisio Peter C. Bogle Boutique Fitness Bonnie L. Bower and Mark Hosley Robyn Branco Iva M. Brito Anne K. Broholm Catherine Brown* Rebecca Brown* Chad D. Brubaker and Lean O. Camara Nathan Buchanan* Peter C. and Tia Bullard Amanda Burke Mrs. Carleton† Burr Marcy Busch Thomas Cadieux William M. Cantor Care Free Homes Jennifer Carloni Alyn Carlson Martha Chandler Rachel Charrier Julie Christiano* Cincotti Family Charitable Fund* Kathleen Clear Bernadette Coehlo Jeremiah and Patrice Coholan David Cole Committee to Elect Paul Schmid Compensation Planning Inc. Valerie Conen Ian and Annelise Conway

Caroline Conzatti Jennifer Corey-Figlioli* Debra Correia Carol A. and Frederick B. Coulson Denise Cromwell James and Edwina Cronin Lee Cuba Janine V. da Silva* Peter Daley Michael and Helen Dandurand Stephanie Danielson Susan and Brian Darling Thomas G. and Liddy Davis John and Ellen Davison Isabel Day Jeffrey J. and Leah Defusco Joycelyn Abra Degbor Amanda DeGrace* Kathleen Dehm Dennison Memorial Community Center Dental Surgeons of Fall River Brenda and Ronald Dias Dias, Lapalme & Martin, LLP Bob and Donna Dimery Kathryn V. Dinneen* Ernest and Laura Dipalma Kristine and Kevin Donnelly Titus Dosremedios Jennifer and Neil Downing Jeanette L. Doyle Donald and Sharon Doyon Nicole Doyon Margaret Dresing Margaret Drew Patricia Drogue* Reverend Dr. Edward R. Dufresne PhD and Honorable Elizabeth O’Neill LaStaiti Katherine Duggan Elizabeth Dunphy* Russell Dupuis* Elizabeth and Robert Dussault Mark and Beverly Edwards Joyce A. Eisenberg Kathy Eklund Ron and Pam Ellis* Paul and Elaine Espinola David Estridge Annette Ewing Faculty and Staff of Chace St. Elementary School Bonnie Feldman Caroline Felix Jennifer Ferland Maria and Tim Ferreira-Bedard The Ferreira Group, LTD.

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Kim and Joe Ferro* Carole Fiola Sarah Forbes C.P. and Jean Fordyce Gail Fortes Joan Fortin and Arthur Gerard Albert and Cynthia Fox Carolyn Fox-Graham Anthi Frangiadis Robert E. French and Francine A. Veilleux Steven and Sandra Frias Charmaine Gahan Joan Gancarski Andrea Garr-Barnes The Garvey Family Zachary Gerson-Nieder and Lauren Herbert Melby Tracy Gillen Buzz and Kim Goddard* Harriet Gottesman Rayana Grace* Joseph and Beverly Gracia* Hal and Alison Granger Jennifer and Rupert Grantham Samuel and Gerry Gray Colin Green James Griffith Patrick Grime Tricia and Tom Grime* Noelle Groh Sarah Groh Marilyn Halter Margaret Hand Robert Hargraves Nancy Harmon Patricia Harrington Christopher and Jennifer Hart Sandra and James† Hathaway Kerry Hayes Robert Hayes Adrianna Heard* Kimberly and Mark Heard* Anne B. and Jerome Heller George Helmkamp Jr. in honor of Krystle Carvalho Taylor E. Hendel* Andy and Liz Herlihy Ted and Judy Herlihy Elizabeth F. Hill Uma Hiremath Johanna S. and Frederic Hood Nancy Iuliano Michael and Barbara Jaryna Dorothy and Geoffrey Jenkins Genae Johnson and James Collins

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Sara Johnston Benjamin Jones and Kimberly Griffith* Joseph Joyce Kevern and Pamela Joyce Teresa and Mark Kaeterle Dr. Carol Karafotis Sharyn Katz Colleen and Gerry Kavanaugh Stephanie Keane* Celeste Keen* John D. Kelleher and Viki A. Fowler Julianne J. and James J. Kelly* Teah Keogh Carol Kerrissey Rick Kidder Linda R. Killion* Kelly Kimball Donald and Margaret King Trudy Kingery Crawford Kirkpatrick The Kittansett Club Markus and Kelsey Kolic* Holly Koster* Carol Kosma Pam Kuechler Rebecca and Brendan Kurie* Robert W. and Elizabeth K. Ladd Richard and Muriel Lafrance Edward Lambert Jr. Calen Lang Mrs. Kathleen Lang Philip M. Lang Lawrence Lynch Corp Anne Layton* Michelle Leblanc Sandra A B Ledvina Darcy H. Lee Rebecca A. Lee Richard Lee Susan H. Lee Mary Leeson Lisa M. Lemieux Frances F. Levin Anthony and Rachel Lewis Maria Lim Anthony and Adrienne Lionetta Little Peoples College Joe and Linda Lopes Jr. Michelle Loranger and Charlie Lomnitzer Erik Lundgren* Suzanne Luther Jean and James Lyons Thomas and Leslie Lyons Dr. Jean MacCormack Magdalin S. MacGregor

Elizabeth MacKenzie* Pamela Macleod-Lima Robin Mailey and Patricia Byrne Christopher Makepeace Earl Mandle John and Katie Mannix Elaine Martin Jeffrey Martin Joseph and Helen-Anne McCarthy Rebecca McCullough Nancy McFadden Michael McGrath Laura E. McLeod Amanda McMullen Mrs. Julianne Abbott Medeiros* Lena Melendez* Phil Mello Elaine Meredith Robert Mermell* Jay and Shelly Merriam Nicole Merusi Seth Meyer* Jeffrey and Saba Michaud Heike Milhench* Tish Miller Katherine Minevitz Lindsay Miś Michael and Judith Morgenstern Rita Morin Susanne A. Morin Raeann Morrow Kenneth Nelson Douglas Nemeth Deborah Nemko* John Nery Colleen Neville* Peter and Diana Nicholson Nancy Nitikman North Dartmouth Properties Inc. Geoffrey and Fadra Northrup Caitlin Nye Dr. Lawrence and Charlotte Oliveira Glenn Oliveira Lauren Olivier-Brock and Brian Brock Norma Olivier Warburton in memory of Dr. Richard Warburton* Celia O’Neil* James and Andrea O’Neil Oral Surgery Associates Southcoast, Inc. Laura O’Rourke Gail Otis Christiane Oudet Rachel Pachter Jeffrey P. Pagliuca Diana Painter


Betty Parker Sandy Parker Christine Parks Ann B. Parson* Susan Pawlak-Seaman Melanie Pellegrini People Incorporated David Perry Kim and Skip Perry Mary C. Perry Russell and Helen M. Pichette Leo and Eve Pierce Jr. Pine Haven Investment Council, Inc. Greta E. and Michael T. Plante Polish National Alliance of North America Lodge* Denise Porché Leslie Poulin Stasia Powers Sheila Powers-Converse Donna Poyant* Lynn Poyant Monique Poyant* David Prentiss Hilary Prouty Betsy Pye Karen Quigley and Russell Hensel Tanya Quinlan R.T. and D.W. Smith Julie Ramos Gagliardi Beverly A. Rasmussen Natasha Red Ann Marie Regan John and Brenda Regan Stephanie Roberts Dr. Michael Rocha* Betsy Roche Chris Rodstrom* Joan V. Roller Theresa Romanovitch Kay Rorer Maria Rosario Candida Rose Baptista Dr. Bruce and Cynthia Rose* Sarah and Andrew Rose Jessica Ross Paige Roth Gale P. Runnells Gregory and Janet Ryan Wendy Lee Sabra Anthony R. Sapienza Kristen Sarkarati Margo Saulnier Catherine Saunders Dr. Daniel J. and Jennifer L. Schlitzer

Thomas Schmitt Al and Ann Schofield Barbara Scholberg* School of Yoga New Bedford Dr. Jonathan H. Schwartz Stephen Sedgwick* Jody Seivert Jennifer Shepley* Bill and Janet Sherman* Pamela and Everett Sherman Phil and Jane Shute Larry and Louise Schwartz Edward and Daphne Siegal Angela Silva Peter N. Silva Carol Ann Silvia Jennifer Simmons Jean M. and W. Mason Smith III Jennifer Smith Josh Smith Kimberly Smith Philip Smith Susan M. Smith Southeastern Adoption Services Bernadette Souza Jeff and Gail Spear Elizabeth Squires* St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Margo Steinberg Wendy Stern Robert and Judith Sterns Steward Health Care System LLC Danielle Stockley and Matthew Tanner Edmund and Elaine Stone Karen Stone* Paul J. and Anne H. Strout Peter Sturges and Sasha Lauterbach Sullivan Family Charitable Fund of the Ayco Charitable Foundation Gary Sullivan The Law Offices of Jane E. Sullivan Summit Educational Services Suncor Stainless / Atlantis Rail Employees and Families* Rachel Sussman* Sandra S. Sylvia Susan Talbot Jane Taylor Melissa Terry Elise R. Tetreault The Ruter Family* Tierney Law Offices Kim Tobin* Arlene M. Todd Jim and Nancy Tooley*

Katherine Tracey Robert Trahan* Susan Trent* Truax Family Helen A. Trumbull Daniel Turpin Robert V. Unger Kathleen Upson Katie Vagen* Angela Vasconcellos* Deborah Vautrin Peter Veale D.M.D. Patricia Walecka Maureen Waltz Christina Watkins Jed and Deb Webster* Holly and Evan Weeden Eileen Wheeler Sheehan* Elizabeth White Anne M. Whiting Peter Wilde Elizabeth Wiley Marjorie Williams Windy Hill Wine Corp Paul and Terri Wittreich James Wood Murphy Amy Woolensack Diana M. Worley Martha Worley Naomi Wright Grace Wyss Gigi Yassine Mary E. and Anthony M. Zane

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