2020 Contributions

In 2020 The Martha's Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation donated over $1.2 million to local non-profits on Martha's Vineyard and in Falmouth.

Food Distribution

Food boxes distributed to over 1,000 local families

Test MV

Tens of thousands of people tested so far

Vineyard Montessori School

Building expansion is underway

MV Community Services New Campus

$1,000,000 fulfills an all-Island need

Vineyard Committee on Hunger

Food Truck Purchased to Meet Hunger Needs

Food & Essentials in Falmouth

Falmouth Service Center distributes to those in need

Red Stocking Fund

Helps Bring Holiday Cheer to Children in Need On-Island

Test Ed

A Pioneering COVID-19 School Testing Program in MA

Harbor Homes Help Island Homeless

Supporting the Island's Unsheltered Population

Healthy Aging Martha's Vineyard

Helping our elders age in place

Community Health Center of Cape Cod

One-stop shop for Cape healthcare gets a boost

Island Autism Group

New van for Island Autism Group

Childcare Relief Fund on Martha's Vineyard

The Island's pre-schools got pandemic support

  • Belonging to Each Other (Homelessness)
  • Salvation Army (Homelessness & Meals)
  • Founders Fund for YMCA of Falmouth
  • Falmouth Housing Trust
  • Neighborhood Falmouth
  • Falmouth Senior Center
  • Farming Falmouth
  • We Can (Helping women in transition)
  • Falmouth Rotary
  • Falmouth VIPs
  • Friends of Nobska Light
  • Falmouth Farmers Market
  • Falmouth Childcare Centers
  • Museums on the Green
  • Falmouth Community Television
  • Elder Services Cape Cod & The Islands
  • Falmouth Dog Park
  • Island Food Pantry
  • Island Grown Initiative
  • Friends of Council of Aging - Up-Island, Oak Bluffs, Edgartown, Tisbury
  • FUEL (Foundation for Underway Experiential Learning) - Teaching sailing and life lessons on seafaring voyages as participants cultivate skills to navigate life.
  • Veterans (To provide support for Island Veterans by buying gift cards to places like Stop & Shop for groceries and other necessities.)
  • Salvation Army (Homelessness & Meals)
  • Camp Jabberwocky (With the summer 2020 shut-down of Camp Jabberwocky, camp administrators launched Camp Jabberwebby instead. Funds were used for online programming and programming such as sending craft boxes to campers' homes.)
  • MV Cancer Support (Let's families dealing with cancer know they are not alone and helps with things such as travel to doctors and financial assistance due to loss of income.)
  • Boys & Girls Club (Childcare & Camp)
  • Martha's Vineyard Mediation Program
  • Vineyard House (Safe & structured living for people in early stages of drug & alcohol recovery)
  • Martha's Vineyard Museum
  • Sail MV
2020 Giving Report

Total Approved Grants 2020: $1,236,094

COVID-Related Approved: $633,213

2020 Donations Approved

2020 Donations Approved

2020 Donations Distributed

2020 Donations Approved




Covid Allocated