Join Us for the Falmouth Road Race
"At Home Edition"
With the cancellation of The Hannon Open as well as the traditional Falmouth Road Race, we're hoping to gather support from our Hannon Foundation community for the FRR At-Home Edition.  Staff of the FRR have worked tirelessly to help ensure that their Non-Profit teams don't suffer, as they realize this is a major fundraiser for all of us.

WE NEED YOU!  We already have 26 runners signed up, and YOU can join our 2020 fundraising team too! You do it your way.  Walk or run, all in one day or a mile at a time anytime between August 15-29. Check out the FRR Website for more details.

Here’s how to join our team:
STEP 1: Our charity bibs are sold out, but you can join our team by registering for the ‘At Home’ edition of the New Balance Falmouth Road Race. Registration opens today. Use this link
STEP 2: Send an email to our Team Captain, and request an invitation link to the Hannon Foundation GoFundMe Charity portal. You can set your own fundraising goal. The portal provides you with your own fundraising page that you can use between now and September 30th to reach your goal.
Not interested in participating in the At-Home Edition of the Falmouth Road Race, but want to help?  Jump right to step #2!

THF Donates $10,000 to area Food Pantries

Though our major annual fundraiser, The Hannon Open, was cancelled, the needs in our community go on.  So, in response to the huge need for food during this pandemic, The Hannon Foundation selected 10 food pantries in the area and each recived a check for $1,000. Communities include Braintree, Easton, Falmouth, Foxboro, Hanson, Norton, Rockland, Sandwich, Scituate and Worcester.  Thank you to Board and Family members who helped to facilitate the delivery of these checks. 

Grant Recipient Stories.....
This past February we were introduced to Susan Voss-Hadley of Raynham who was in a terrible accident while walking her dog. The day after Christmas in 2019, Susan was tragically struck by a car, which left her with many injuries.  She was med-flighted to a RI hospital, and it was later deemed necessary to amputate her leg.  Her beloved dog didn't survive.  Despite this horrific, life-changing event, Susan has maintained a positive, hopeful attitude which, according to a close friend, is Susan's nature.  The Hannon Foundation provided funds which allowed her to pay for the portion of her prosthetic leg not covered by insurance, as well as make modifications to her home to allow her ease of maneuverability.  She thanked us saying, “The Hannon Foundation is doing great things!”
If you hear of a family suffering financially because of loss of employment or a family member’s medical condition please let us knowMost of the families we’ve supported have come to us as a referral by someone we know.  You are our eyes and ears out there. To read the stories of some of the families YOU'VE enabled us to support, please visit our website.

If you'd like to make a tax deductible donation to help us  with our 2020 fundraising season, please do so here, or mail a check to:
The Hannon Foundation
117 Eastman Street
South Easton, MA  02375

tax id 81-2152385
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