- Engage citizens in cooperative resolutions to international and interpersonal conflict
- Respect cultural diversity as well as human and ecological interdependence
- Encourage creative thought on social, economic, and political questions
- Involve children and adults in theater, music, dance, and the visual arts
- Reach people who have been neglected by conventional schooling
- Seek to eliminate poverty and inequality
- Foster democratic participation
Founded in 1992 by long-time Upper Valley peace activist Anne Slade Frey and a circle of friends, the Anne Slade Frey Charitable Trust was established to promote innovation and creativity in education, the arts, nonviolence, and social justice. All funds generated from the sale of Anne Frey’s home in Hanover, New Hampshire, as well as funds from her estate and donations, have been placed in socially responsible investment accounts. Twice each year since the autumn of 1993 the Trust has awarded a round of grants to individuals and groups involved in projects that are in harmony with the Trust’s goals.
- Nancy Cressman, artist and bookstore owner
- Sara Goodman, community activist and textile artist
- Liana Horster, farm manager and teacher
- Bernie Lambek, attorney
- Valerie Mullen, community activist
- Briane Pinkson, healing arts practitioner
- Jim Schley, writer, editor, and teacher
- Nina Swaim, community activist and writer
- Grace Paley, writer and teacher (1922–2007)
- Applications due on April 1 and October 1 of each year.
- Applicants from New Hampshire or Vermont only.
- Typical grant awards are between $400-$500.
- Download a Grant Application Form
- Mail completed application to:
PO Box 520, Hanover, NH 03755.
ANNE SLADE FREY CHARITABLE TRUST, PO BOX 520, HANOVER, NH 03755