Amelia Peabody  Charitable Fund

A private foundation established by Amelia Peabody in 1974 dedicated to her philanthropy.

Amelia Peabody directed more than $8 million in charitable giving from the Fund in the 20 years until her death in 1984.  Since then, the trustees have reviewed more than 6,400 grant applications and awarded nearly $200 million to organizations within the sphere of her varied interests.

Amelia Peabody's intellect, gentility, compassion, curiosity, and artistic spirit will live on in perpetuity through the trustees' efforts on her behalf. 

Mission Statement:

To continue Amelia Peabody’s philanthropy in perpetuity through grants to qualified non-profit organizations existing and operating in Massachusetts in the areas of medicine (human and animal), social welfare, visual arts, historic preservation, and land conservation. Grants are made exclusively for capital projects and capital purchases.

Grants may be made to select organizations to which Miss Peabody made significant contributions during her lifetime.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FUND IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FROM ORGANIZATIONS
EXISTING OR OPERATING OUTSIDE OF MASSACHUSETTS


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If your project and organizational purpose fit the APCF Mission Statement, the trustees invite you to apply for a grant.