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Please give generously to assist Concord and Carlisle students to achieve their dreams of post-secondary education.
The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle Trustees will work with you to help identify the giving opportunity that suits your situation and goals. Contact a Trustee by sending an email to

Opportunities include:

  • Annual Appeal contributions (unrestricted or restricted)
  • Phonathon contributions (unrestricted or restricted)
  • Gifts over time (e.g., the Kenneally Fund and the Norton Levy Fund grew over time to reach the $20,000 benchmark for named funds)
  • Deferred gifts (charitable trusts and other life income gifts)
  • Bequests (of property, stocks, and holdings)
  • Donor Advised Fund contributions
We will be pleased to discuss tax-saving advantages, timing of distributions, and the revocable options that may be exercised by your estate. Contact a Trustee at


Send a check, payable to The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle, 34 Walden St. Unit 217, Concord, MA 01742-2542. If you wish to credit your contribution to an established fund, please indicate the Fund's name (listed below) on your check or in a cover letter.

Make a credit card donation online through Network for Good. When using this feature, you will have an opportunity to designate a Named Fund, recognition, or memorial. You will also be able to send an e-card (at no cost) to inform an honoree of your choice that you have made this donation. Your donation will appear on your credit card statement as a donation to Network for Good. It will, however, be conveyed to The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle. Note: You will be provided the option of adding the 5% credit card processing fee to your donation amount. This will negate an expense for the The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle and will be greatly appreciated.

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Donate securities to The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle (instructions here)

Donate vehicles, boats, trailers, snowmobiles, motorcycles, etc., to The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle through DONATION LINE, LLC. This is a very simple process and free pick-up can be arranged virtually anywhere within the U.S.

Make a Charitable IRA Donation: under the Pension Protection Act of 2006 (H.R. 4, Public Law 109-208)(the "Pension Protection Act") taxpayers 70.5 years of age or older may donate to charity directly from their IRA account. The distributions will be tax-free and avoid the penalty on early withdrawals. Taxpayers are allowed to donate up to $100,000 per year from their IRA. Since the distribution will not be included in taxable income, individuals will not be able to claim a tax deduction for the charitable contribution. (This provision expired 12/31/13. However, it may be extended. We urge you to consult your tax advisor.)

If you are unable to donate at this time, please consider sending us your pledge to be paid within this calendar year. This helps us tremendously as we plan our budgets and, equally important, it enables us to concentrate our fundraising efforts on others whom we've been unable to reach. Pledge by sending us an email at


Consider establishing a Named Fund to honor a loved one or someone you admire. A $25,000 investment will provide a permanent, annual scholarship. For details and assistance, email the Trustees at We will respond to your inquiry promptly.

 The following funds are providing lasting recognition of outstanding citizens and educators affiliated with the Concord and Carlisle communities!

The Abby Memorial Scholarship Fund

The William W. Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Janet Babb Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Bean Family Scholarship Fund

The Trudy Biernson Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Kay Chambers Scholarship Fund

The Eleanor Winstanley Childs Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Concord Carlisle Scholarship Fund Trustees' Scholarship Fund

The Concord Women's Club/Ruth Bullerwell Scholarship Fund

The Mary Connorton Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Guido S. D'Asti Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Clair Day Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Charles M. & Nancy I. Dee Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Norman E. and Joan M. Dee Scholarship Fund

The Elaine DiCicco Scholarship Fund

Charles Evans Memorial Scholarship Fund

The John B. Finigan Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Wilson Flight Scholarship Fund

The Essie Golden Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Bobby Gray Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Margaret Haggerty Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Wells A. Hall Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Anthony Halls-Keenan Smith Scholarship Fund

The Thomas Hart Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Christopher Hentchel WIQH Scholarship Fund

The Seitaro & Shina Ishihara Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Jiro & Tama Ishihara Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Vinod Jalan Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Casper C. Jenney & Eleanor M. Jenney Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Diane Kenneally Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Knights of Columbus Scholarship Fund

The Sally Lanagan Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Norton A. Levy Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Anthony (Tony) Logalbo Scholarship Fund

The Charles E. Manion, Jr., Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Adrian A. Martinez Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Elizabeth A. Mattison Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Elizabeth V. McAllister Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Mary F. McHugh Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Barbara Schips Miller Scholarship Fund

The Janet Gates Peckham Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Albert L. & June B. Powers Scholarship Fund

The David Prifti Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Katrina Przyjemski Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Marguerite Purcell Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Nick Ressler Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Maura Roberts Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Charles A. Robichaud Scholarship Fund

The James E. Shepherd Memorial Scholarship Fund

The David S. Soleau Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Farnham W. Smith Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Mark Teverovsky Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Jeanne A. Toombs Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Video Revolution, Ralph & Ellie Grossi Scholarship Fund

The Harvey Wheeler Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Doug White Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Charles K. Yeremian Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Tameji & Chiyo Yoshimura Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle is a non-profit organization chartered in 1966. The Fund is exempt from Federal income tax as an organization described in Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code (View Letter of Determination). For detailed information concerning The Scholarship Fund of Concord and Carlisle finances, you may review the annual independent audit.

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The tax benefit for charitable contributions is available for taxpayers who itemize contributions. Only contributions actually made during the tax year are deductible. (For example, if a taxpayer pledged $500 in September but paid the charity only $200 by 12/31/15, the 2015 deduction would be $200.) Credit card charges and payments by check are included in the year they are given to the charity even though the taxpayer may not pay the credit card bill or have the bank account debited until the next calendar year.