The Fiske Family Foundation announced a series of gifts totaling $25,029.60 to support public education and recreation for six Wolfeboro-area public and non-profit organizations. The End 68 Hours of Hunger Wolfeboro chapter was one of its recipients. Since the global pandemic began, the Foundation has gifted a total of $85,029.60 this year.
About the Fiske Family Foundation:
John and Courtney Fiske represent a pastime of education and recreation as wonderful opportunity equalizers for all, regardless of their origin. For John and Courtney, supporting education and recreation for all means supporting healthy communities, adding vulnerable and disadvantaged members of those communities. For more information, please visit their website.