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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Update from July 05, 2019: SGF has already approved $85,515.50 in summer camp scholarships for 55 children who will be attending 315 weeks of summer camp (106 of which are in overnight camp) at 15 different camps. We are still processing applications and will keep this post updated as frequently as possible. Thanks for reading!
Saturday April 27, 2019 marked the 18th anniversary of the bus tragedy that took the lives of four Oak Hill Middle School students: Greg Chan, Kayla Rosenberg, Melissa Leung, and Steve Glidden. As we have done each year, a Circle of Remembrance took place on April 27 at 6 pm, in front of Oak Hill Middle… Read more