Please consider donating by following the details below. Thank you for your support!

The W. Scott Godon-Decoteau Fund was created at the non-profit Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts (CFWM) to ensure that Scott’s positive reach continues to grow. The mission of the fund is to provide resources and opportunities to causes that align with Scott’s interests and passions, including: arts and creativity; physical fitness and nutrition; learning, research and education; environmental protection and sustainability; fostering relationships and community; and helping under-served populations.


For 28 years the CFWM has promoted generosity by the community, for the community. Their mission is to enrich the quality of life of the people in Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties by encouraging philanthropy and
distributing those funds to nonprofits that serve our region. They are honored to hold the W. Scott Godon-Decoteau Fund as a vehicle for Scott’s family and friends to ensure that his legacy continues.


How do I make a donation?


Thank you for your generosity! There are three options:*
1. Donate online to the W. Scott Godon-Decoteau Fund: Select “Another Named Fund” and then choose the W. Scott Godon-Decoteau Fund in the drop-down menu.
2. Write a check payable to the “W. Scott Godon-Decoteau Fund at CFWM” and send them to CFWM, 333 Bridge Street, Springfield, MA 01106.
3. Donate cash, participate in, or write a check payable to the “Live Like Scott Savings Account” at an upcoming event.


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* Note: 100% of your donation will go to the W. Scott Godon-Decoteau Fund and be tax deductible if you donate through option 1 or 2. If you donate through option 3, your contribution will not be tax deductible but it will be used to help us plan future fundraising events and ensure that we’re able to continue bringing
this community together to remember and honor Scott. Surplus event-planning dollars will be added to the W. Scott Godon-Decoteau Fund of CFWM.

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