The Spectrum Charitable Foundation is pleased to announce its receipt of the following grant awards, totaling $81,900.

- The Commonwealth Corporation awarded Spectrum a grant of $32,600 to continue the Pre-GED and GED preparation program for at-risk youth at Spectrum's Community Re-Entry Center in Worcester, Massachusetts.

- The MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation awarded Spectrum $35,000 to assist in funding aftercare programming for clients of Spectrum's Residential Program in Westborough, Massachusetts.

- The Gardiner Howland Shaw Foundation awarded Spectrum $8,000 to implement a specialized parenting program. Spectrum plans to contract with Family Services of Central Massachusetts to provide the on-site program for clients of Spectrum’s Women and Children’s Center. 

- The Stratford Foundation awarded Spectrum $2,500 to provide one semester of GED classes for adults at Spectrum’s Residential Program in Westborough, Massachusetts.

- The Digital Federal Credit Union donated $300 to Spectrum’s Residential Program to fund GED testing.

- The Fallon Community Benefits Program awarded Spectrum $3,500 to support a summer enrichment program for at-risk youth at the Tower Hill Botanical Garden in West Boylston, Massachusetts.

The Spectrum Charitable Foundation was established in 2002 to increase public awareness, support fundraising activities and expand opportunities for volunteerism, furthering the efforts of Spectrum Health Systems in treating clients with dignity, compassion and professionalism.

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