Introducing the Joshua Kaye Foundation Grants
The Joshua Kaye Foundation remembers 8-year-old Joshua, who died on July 7, 2014, after a 13-day battle with E. coli. A compassionate, engaging person who loved to get involved and help whenever he saw an opportunity, Joshua was a caring friend, brother, and son who would have done amazing things with his life. JKF focuses its energy and emotion into doing good for the community in ways Joshua would have.
The foundation celebrates Joshua's kindness, creativity and curiosity by developing and enabling thoughtful community-based projects focusing on education, ecology and the arts.
The Joshua Kaye Foundation will award grants each year to fund deserving projects designed by alum of Massachusetts Youth Leadership Foundation’s MassSTAR Conference.
Primary Areas of Focus/Key Programs:
To apply for the Joshua Kaye Foundation Grant:
This grant will be managed through the MYL Foundation's primary grants initiative, the Empowered Citizenship Grants. These grants are awarded three times per year. To learn more about the application deadlines and to submit an application for your project, please visit the Empowered Citizenship Grant homepage.
To learn more about the Joshua Kaye Foundation, please visit: http://www.facebook.com/JoshuaKayeFoundation/