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Three-year-old Rawson Phillips at the Country Day School in Colebrook with parents Morgan and Devon Phillips. (Photo by Cheryl Senter.)

Three-year-old Rawson Phillips at the Country Day School in Colebrook with parents Morgan and Devon Phillips. (Photo by Cheryl Senter.)

Tillotson Fund releases five-year strategic plan

As the North Country region grows and transforms, the Tillotson Fund will continue to build deep community connection and ensure that the philosophy and legacies of Neil and Louise Tillotson are embedded into the work.

The Charitable Foundation’s Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund has released its strategic plan for 2022-2027.

As the region grows and transforms, the Tillotson Fund will continue to build deep community connection and ensure that the philosophy and legacies of Neil and Louise Tillotson are embedded into the work.

The Tillotson Fund is one of the largest permanent rural philanthropies in the U.S. Neil Tillotson left the bulk of his assets for charitable purposes when he passed away in 2001. Louise Tillotson, his wife, created the fund at the Charitable Foundation in 2006. Since then, the fund has made nearly $50 million in grants and built capacity in the region through community gatherings, leadership programs, network-building and deep community partnerships.

The full Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund strategic plan is available in both English and French.


 

PDF-icon    Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund 2022-2027 Strategic Plan (Available in Français)

 


For more information, contact Phoebe Backler, senior program officer, Tillotson Funds, 603-225-6641 ext. 247 or Phoebe.Backler@nhcf.org; Jean Clarke, Tillotson Funds manager, 603-225-6641 ext. 238 or Jean.Clarke@nhcf.org; or Sonya Salanti, director of Tillotson Funds, 603-225-6641 ext. 205 or Sonya.Salanti@nhcf.org.