The Littleton Education Fund is…
…a community based, independent, tax-exempt organization that provides financial support to the Littleton public schools by providing grant funds, independent of the school budget, to finance enriching school programs. The fund is not a substitute for taxpayer dollars. Rather, these grants pick up where the town budget may leave off. Teachers, student groups, or town residents may apply for a grant providing that their idea would promote creativity and enthusiasm or enhance learning in the classroom.
Semi-annually, the LEF will choose the best of these imaginative ideas and fund them. By contributing to the LEF, you help to provide the modest support that can make a significant difference in the quality of education we provide for our young people.
Thank you to all the individual donors to LEF this year, and a special thanks to The Helen G. Hauben Foundation, Madavi & Gaugarin Oliver Foundation, and Middlesex Saving Bank for their extraordinary support!
In more than thirty years of awarding grants, over $360,000 has been awarded by the LEF to support enrichment activities within the Littleton Schools.
Our tax ID number is 04-3167318.
Who We Are:
President: Kimberly Harriman
Vice President: Laura Eriksson
Clerk: Meera Gill
Treasurer: Parul Tyagi
Asst. Treasurer: Pam Sawyer
Membership: Bridget Collins, Meera Gill, Tara Meyers
Fundraising/PR: Laura Eriksson, Sarah Rambacher
For details on individual grants, click Grant Details below.
From Inception: $392,494
2022 Fall Cycle: $15,638
Spring Membership 2023
March 26, 2023
Visit the Support Us page to donate and support enriching opportunities for our students! The Littleton Education Fund financially supports … Read more
Winter/Spring Grant Cycle is Open!
March 1, 2023
It’s time to submit grant applications to the Littleton Education Fund! LEF supports the Littleton public schools by providing grant … Read more
December 1, 2022
LEF will be at the Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, December 3 from 9am-3pm! Please stop by, say hi, and support … Read more