We grew up here. We started a business here. We’re raising a family here.
We are working with our community to make a difference here.
Founded by Michael and Erin Martucci, the Michael and Erin Martucci Family Foundation seeks to empower organizations in the Hudson Valley and Catskills regions to develop innovative ideas that address the needs of local communities. By providing a series of grants, totaling $250,000 over the first three years, the Michael and Erin Martucci Family Foundation hopes to inspire others to make a positive impact on the communities around them.
The Martucci family has its roots in the Hudson Valley and Catskills regions, and a long history of serving its communities. This Foundation, in partnership with the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan, offers financial resources to new and existing not-for-profit organizations that strive to do great things for those around them, and fall within the categories of education, women’s and children’s advocacy, agriculture and job creation.
Michael and Erin Martucci are lifelong residents of the Hudson Valley and Catskills regions. Both come from families with strong ties to the local community and they are sharing that same community-mindedness with their growing family. Michael and Erin reside in New Hampton with their two children and own a family farm in Westtown.
The Michael and Erin Martucci Family Foundation’s mission is to inspire and empower members of the community to develop innovative ideas to address the many needs of the Hudson Valley and Catskills regions’ residents. The Michael and Erin Martucci Family Foundation has committed to contributing a total of $250,000 over a three-year period to any number of organizations that fall within the following categories: education, women’s and children’s advocacy, agriculture and job creation.