The Solstice Foundation 2015 grant round included a significant donation to  Hope Floats Healing & Wellness Center to support three daylong support retreats for adults who are struggling with bereavement. These retreats include one for parents who have lost a child to an overdose, one...

On the heels of  our  2014 grant to SSYHC, funding a yearlong engagement with Prevention Consultant Julie Nussbaum, to work with community leaders in the towns of Kingston and Duxbury to build sustainable coalitions to address addiction, suicide and mental health awareness.  Having worked  closely...

The Solstice Foundation designated $2,000 to Heidrea for Heroes, a Plymouth-based organization dedicated to supporting US Veterans in need as part of their Lift 21 program. Established in 2013 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to provide important support services to our military men and women upon...

The Solstice Foundation is thrilled to support SLIP, the Silver Lake Integrated Playground with $5,000 to purchase sensory, educational, and strengthening toys and equipment to enhance this barrier-free playground initiative accessible to residents of Kingston and surrounding towns. Learn more about the playground on Facebook: @doyouwanttobuildaplayground ...

A grand total of $15,000 was designated to local organizations, thanks to the incredible generosity of Solstice Restaurant patrons and friends who attended the 2015 Summer Solstice Celebration in support of the Solstice Foundation mission. 1. SSYHC Prevention Consultant Thanks to our 2014 grant to SSYHC, Julie...

The Solstice Foundation recently awarded a grant in the amount of $10,000 to the South Shore Hospital’s Youth Health Connection (YHC) to support critical substance abuse and suicide prevention programming in Kingston and Duxbury communities. The grant will support two specific initiatives: lead sponsorship of the...