Foundation Grants

Announcing the 2022 Community Impact Grant Recipients!

On Martha's Vineyard:

  • Island Grown Initiative/Island Food Pantry
  • Foundation for Underway Experiential Learning (FUEL)

In Falmouth:

  • Falmouth Together We Can/The Osprey Project
  • Woods Hole Public Library

$20,000 in total grants were awarded. Thank you to all who participated and congratulations to all!

Read About the Winners

Martha's Vineyard Charitable Foundation takes pride in the variety of grants we award to many different types of non-profits in our community through Celebrate the Art of Teaching Project Grants, Quarterly Grants, and Community Impact Grants.

  • Community Impact Grants enable members of the community to nominate and vote on a non-profit that has had particular impact in the community the previous year.
  • Celebrate the Art of Teaching Project Grants evolved from Educational Mini Grants and are meant to support educators in the areas of social and emotional learning, diversity, equity and inclusion, and the advancement of 21st century learning through the profile of a graduate.
  • Monthly and Quarterly Grants support our community in the areas of Education, Economic Development, Climate and Environment, Health and Human Services, Culture, Art & Historic Heritage, and Community Services.
You Choose!


Funding for nonprofits
based on YOUR nominations.

Support for Learning

Celebrate the
Art of Teaching
Project Grants

(This year's applications are being reviewed.)

Supporting Our Community

Monthly and

Looking for Educational Mini Grants?

Educational Mini Grants were phased out and replace with "Art of Teaching Project Grants" (see above).

College Scholarships.

Martha's Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation has a page dedicated to College Scholarships.

For more information about our our generous scholarships and how you can apply for one,
visit the College Scholarships page.