About Us

History

Upon her death in 1992, Alice Eaton, a former resident of Stow, bequeathed funds for the purpose of improving the health of Stow children from birth through age twelve. In the late 1990’s, the Alice Eaton Fund Committee was formed and was charged with implementing and supporting health, safety and enrichment programs that meet the needs of Stow children while working with the Trustees of the funds as administered by Bank of America and Paul Bishop. In 2005, the Committee incorporated as a private foundation in order to more efficiently and effectively deliver funds to Stow recipients.

Directors of the Corporation

Jay Newsome, President and Director
Patricia Mullin, Treasurer and Director
Lisa Fierce, Secretary and Director
Deirdre Lawe, Marketing, Publicity and Director
Karen Wilber, Grants Administrator and Director