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Meeting Space Reservations

 

Richard A. and Marie M. Stebbins Board Room
The Stebbins Board Room is available to nonprofit organizations during normal business hours Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. excluding holiday closings. The room contains 12 tables, 2 service tables, and 42 chairs. As we do not have any staff available for setup, you will need to make your own accommodations. If you serve food and beverages, you are responsible for setup and cleanup. Those using the room are responsible for any damage or loss incurred as a result of such usage. It is recommended that you arrive 30 minutes prior to the start time of your meeting/event to allow appropriate time for your setup. All groups are required to assign a greeter to the lobby area of the 23rd floor to usher guests from the elevator bank into the boardroom. You may contact the Standard Parking Garage Office at 413-781-0847 to get parking locations and pricing information. The Community Foundation will not validate parking for your guests.


Security procedures at Tower Square require all guests going into the office tower to be logged in as visitors to the tower. A listing of all meeting/event participants must be faxed or emailed to foundation staff 24 hours prior to your arrival. All guests will be greeted by a security officer and must present photo identification in order to gain access to the office tower. An adult must accompany any guest under the age of 18. For more information on reserving the room for your meeting and to check availability, please call 413-732-2858, or email Receptionist/Administrative Assistant Kate Daly at kdaly@communityfoundation.org.

 

 

About Richard & Marie Stebbins

The Board Room at the Community Foundation has been named for Richard and Marie Stebbins in recognition of the central role Dick and Marie played in the formation and growth of the Community Foundation and their many lasting contributions to the non-profits of the region it serves:

As visionaries, they saw what should be done.

As achievers, they saw that it was done.

As advocates, they gave voice to those who needed one.

As advisors, their counsel was invaluable.

As friends, their warmth was contagious.

 

Marie continues to play a vital role at the Community Foundation including serving as a Project Reviewer.