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Rebeckha’s 10th Annual Blue Pride Ball

Join us for a fun evening with friends and family, including dinner, dancing, raffles, live and silent auctions. All proceeds benefit the Rebeckha Lynn Whitefield Foundation, which has donated over $400,000 in support of families, education, sports and community programs throughout the region.
Date:  Saturday, April 7, 2018

Time:  6:00 - Midnight

Place:  Holiday Inn Mansfield, 31 Hampshire Street, Mansfield, MA

Price:  $65 Per Guest

Attention High School Seniors

Every year, the Rebeckha Lynn Whitefield Foundation is proud to present Attleboro area high school seniors financial scholarships to put toward their upcoming college tuition. 


Attleboro High School - 10 Seniors

Bishop Feehan High School - 4 seniors

Tri-County Regional Technical Institute - 2 seniors


Go to your respective high school Guidance Department for information and an application or click the "RLW Scholarship Application" to the right to printout an application.  You can also contact Stephanie Perches, from the RLW Foundation, at 508-369-3790 or [email protected] for additional information.


Please printout and complete the application and bring it to your high school counselor for proper submittal by April 1, 2018.


Foundation donates hockey lockers for AHS hockey team

Attleboro High School hockey players were excited when New England Sports Village opened its ice rink facility more than a year ago, giving them a place to play in their hometown.  And they were excited to have a locker room of their very own in that building.


But the room didn’t come with lockers, which made for a helter-skelter mess.  That’s now changed, thanks to The Rebeckha Lynn Whitefield Foundation and two AHS hockey boosters with carpentry skills.


The foundation donated $2,500 for materials to build 20 lockers for the players and coaches of the team that last weekend won the Fairleigh Dickinson Tournament on Martha’s Vineyard and has also qualified for the state tournament.


Bill McDonough and Mark Arruda donated their time and skills to build the lockers.  McDonough, whose son plays on the team, is the city’s building commissioner and Arruda is his assistant.


He said it took about 10 days to complete the lockers working at night and on weekends.

“It gives the kids a real sense of pride,” McDonough said.


Each of the lockers has a name plate, hangers for skates and clothes and a compartment below to store personal items.


Missy McKenzie, president of Friends of Attleboro Hockey, which raises money to fill in budget gaps the city can’t afford, said the lockers mean a lot.  “This is huge for the hockey team,” she said. “The kids now have a place to call home. It’s beautiful.”


The foundation — a charity dedicated to the memory of Rebeckha Lynn Whitefield, a 17-year-old AHS student who was killed in a crash in 2008 — has donated more than $400,000 to support families, education, sports and community programs throughout the region.

The AHS Cheerleaders thank the RLW Foundation for their support every year....

A HUGE Thank you to Mike Whitefield & The Rebeckha Lynn Whitefield Foundation for your very generous donation to the AHS Cheer Booster Club. We cannot thank you enough for your support!!!

Attleboro Whitehawks owe a BIG THANK YOU to the Rebeckha Lynn Whitefield Foundation for the 7 new tackling donuts! Keep our practices safe, tackle donuts not people!!!

General Donations

Donations of any amount are welcome and appreciated throughout the year.  Please click "Donate" to contribute.  Thank you!
In less than 10 years, Rebeckha’s foundation has already committed to providing financial support of over $400,000 to local families, individuals,  programs and organizations.

Below is just a sample of
the many programs Beck’s Foundation supports:

MA & RI families, individuals in need, youth and local / national charitable organizations

Area Youth Field Hockey Clinics, South Attleboro Girls Recreational Assoc. & AHS Field Hockey

AHS Football / Blue Pride Gridiron Club

AHS Cross Country

Winter/Spring & Area Middle Schools
Track programs

Library books and New Technology for all local Schools

Other local High School Athletic programs

New Playground and Exercise equipment to area schools

Area Youth Hockey Programs & AHS Ice Hockey

AHS Cheerleading & AHS Cheerleading Scholarships

New equipment for Weight Room at Attleboro High School

Attleboro White Hawks, (Incl. SAWH & APW), Football & Cheer Programs

Annual Toy donations to “Christmas Is For Kids” area organization

Donations to Local Food Pantries

Annual Riding Scholarships ‐ Countryside Farms & other local stables

Youth & High School Sports Camp scholarships

Annual Scholarships to graduates from AHS, Bishop Feehan & Tri‐County

Attleboro City‐Wide Youth Concert & AHS Marching Band

Rome Boulevard Road Race

TriBoro Titans Lacrosse & AHS Lacrosse

AHS Swim Team & AHS Volleyball Summer League

AHS Girls Soccer & Basketball & YMCA League Sponsorships

Sports apparel & Becky apparel for area students and families

Ed Tedesco & Moose Club Holiday Dinners & OneFAN Area Organization

Area Boy Scout programs

Refurbishing AHS Football Stadium / Press box

Becky Sweatbands to High School and Youth Sports organizations

Subsidizing AHS Graduation Dues & Graduation “Lock‐In” Parties

RI / MA Society For Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Cradles To Crayons National Organization

City of Attleboro Kids Halloween parties & Youth Golf Day

Alex Blasé, Emmett Larkin, Chris Hutcheon, Nathan Parker Funds and other Foundations

Coelho and Wamsutta Middle Schools / Hyman Fine and Hill Roberts PTOs

Subsidizing Youth Mentor programs

Massachusetts National Gymnastics Team

Compassionate Friends National Organization

The Bridge Center, Bridgewater, MA

Best Buddies International

Badgers Baseball,
Challengers Baseball, & Bristol County Bombers Baseball

Attleboro Little League Team Sponsorships

AHS New Technology / AHS Robotics Club

Adopting Local families at Christmas

Attleboro Schools STEM Programs