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Vision:

Students inspired to be STEM leaders

Mission:

To honor the memory, service, and community leadership of Brian McCarthy, reflect his passion for the sciences and technology, and continue his commitment to education, this Foundation promotes, advocates, and funds STEM Education and Lifelong Learning Opportunities to the Nashua, NH community.

Community Impact Since 2019:

$56,200 in Scholarships, Grants, and Donations

1,403 Students Impacted

14 Scholarships Awarded

29 Projects Funded

17 Nashua, NH Schools and Organizations Benefited

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The Brian S. McCarthy Memorial Foundation was established on March 13, 2019 and is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Foundation was established by friends and family in memory of the longtime Nashua Alderman. The primary purpose of the Brian S. McCarthy Memorial Foundation is to provide scholarship opportunity to students from Nashua North and Nashua South High Schools (in Nashua, NH) who will be matriculating into a collegiate level STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) degree program. We also provide grants for good for in classroom STEM demonstrations thanks to our partnership with the Adult Learning Center and Xploration STEM, and have a community grant "STEMagination" program, which has providing funding to groups such as the Nashua River Watershed Association in support of their STEM Education programing, and the Nashua FIRST Robotics Team, Tough Techs. 

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ABOUT

The Brian S. McCarthy Memorial Foundation was founded in March of 2019 to advocate for and support Nashua, NH students pursuing STEM Education 

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Follow the link above to get to our scholarship application and requirements, or use the menu to get to our grant application or nominate the 2020 Nashua STEM Champion 

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As a public charity, we rely on donations from people like you to fund our programs. Please click above to go to our donations page, or contact us about other ways to get involved.

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