Steve Glidden was one of four children from Newton, MA who perished in a school bus crash on April 27, 2001, while en route to perform in an international children's music festival. In his memory, Steve's family and friends created the all-volunteer Steve Glidden Foundation (SGF), a tax-exempt 501(c)3 charitable foundation... Read more
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The coronavirus pandemic has impacted all of us in so many ways. Most children did not have an opportunity to attend summer camp, and spent the summer at home, coping as best as possible. As a result, SGF received far fewer applications for summer camp scholarship funding than in prior years, but we did manage… Read more
Monday April 27 marks the 19-year anniversary of the Oak Hill Middle School bus crash. Because of the need to be physically distant (while remaining socially connected), our community’s annual “Circle of Remembrance” will take place virtually this year, via Zoom, on April 27 at 6 pm Eastern time in front of the device of your choice (laptop, tablet, phone, whatever). Despite these limitations, we will gather nonetheless — as we have done each and every year on this date — in love, resilience, and connection.