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    Read! Reading Success by 4th Grade (RS4G)

    Read! Reading Success by 4th Grade (RS4G) is a community initiative with the goal of all of Springfield’s children reading proficiently by the end of 3rd grade.

  •  Healing Racism Institute of Pioneer Valley
    Healing Racism Institute of Pioneer Valley

    The Foundation has played a central role in the convening of a community-wide initiative to address issues of race and racism that continue to impact individuals, businesses, neighborhoods, communities, schools and interpersonal relationships in our region.

  • Funder Collaborative for Reading Success
    Funder Collaborative for Reading Success

    The Funder Collaborative for Reading Success (FCRS) is a coalition of funders and leading Springfield grantmakers that support the work of the Read! Reading Success by 4th Grade initiative.

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    Springfield Business Leaders for Education

    Springfield Business Leaders for Education (SBLE) is a coalition of employers engaged around improving educational outcomes for Springfield’s children, preparing them for college and career success.

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Paul Belsito New Executive Director
Davis Foundation Names Paul Belsito New Executive Director

The Directors of The Irene E. & George A. Davis Foundation today announced the appointment of Paul Belsito as Executive Director of the Foundation.

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The Irene E. & George A. Davis Foundation supports a variety of nonprofit organizations seeking to improve the quality of life for those residing in Hampden County, with particular focus in the areas of education and early literacy.

The Foundation’s investments in the community are designed to improve outcomes and life prospects for our region’s youngest citizens through strategic supports in the critical areas of early childhood and education PreK-16.