Molly’s mission was to make people happy.
Her foundation assures she can continue to do so.
Discover upcoming opportunities to make a difference and impact positive change within our communities.
We have special events planned including a 21st Birthday Gala on May 18
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By Barb Higgins
Paperback available now. Audiobook due soon.
Share the heart with merchandise featuring the OG logo and our new foundation logo!
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All proceeds go to The Molly B Foundation.
What we do
The MollyB Foundation provides sponsorship, donations, and scholarship support to help more children participate in the arts.
Here are a few ways we support the youth and the arts:
Students and families who would like to participate in “Theater in the Park”, request a Scholarship, or other support, please Contact us.
There are so many ways you can contribute!
Here’s how you can help us change the lives of children – through arts and building community.
When you contribute to The MollyB Foundation, you help to continue Molly’s legacy by giving more kids access to activities and resources that help them thrive.
Molly did not like injustice, and it showed in how she cared for others.
Taken shortly before her death at her final middle school concert, Molly loved playing the violin and participating in orchestra. Her pink violin was a signature statement of Molly’s creativity and fun loving nature.
Molly two weeks before she died. She played Gloria Rasputen in the play Bye Bye Birdie. It was her first significant role and she was so excited to finally feel like she was moving up in the theater world.
Molly’s empathy and deep connection to others was also demonstrated in her love of the arts.
She had fallen in love with theater/dance and music because she found community there. She felt safe being herself.
In her words she said “Mom, I have found my people.” She felt accepted. She felt genuinely at peace.
Molly was happy and she knew she was loved. She always wanted everyone else to feel happiness and joy as she had in her own life.
After Molly died, we started this foundation to help other children live and thrive through the arts.
We know that Molly would be so happy to see her foundation help more children have a safe place to find their voice, support each other, and build community.