THE SCOTTY Fund is a non-profit, charitable organization which provides financial and family support to children with life-threatening and critical illnesses and their families.
THE SCOTTY FUND HAS REACHED A MILESTONE OF PROVIDING
OVER 1.5 MILLION DOLLARS
TO THOSE WE HAVE HELPED OVER THE PAST 24 YEARS!
The SCOTTY Fund, Inc.
was established by Linda and Mark Anderson in memory of their
three-year-old son Scott,
who lost his life to cancer.
Through his strength and
smile he taught many people
about courage, positive thinking, unconditional love and giving, and was
instrumental in the growth of a tremendous spirit of unity and support by the entire Bethel, CT Community.
This is the legacy
the SCOTTY Fund will
continue for other
children in need.
The Winter's Eve Gala 2020
December 5, 2020
will now be a virtual event!
To purchase tickets click:
For more Gala 2020 info check out
for FAQ's, Past Year Photos
In The Big Picture...
is all that matters
Watch the videos below to view
the power of
kindness and giving
in our community
SUPER FUN Saturday
Annual Town Picnic
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Municipal Center Lawn
CANCELED Due to COVID 19
The SCOTTY Fund Provides financial and family services to ill children in Bethel and the greater Danbury area of CT.
(Bethel, Danbury, Brookfield, Easton, Newtown, New Milford, New Faifield, Redding, Ridgefield)
SCOTTY Fund in the News. Links to past articles about The SCOTTY Fund
Danbury Newstimes: Women's group honor SCOTTY Fund
Danbury Newtimes Scotty Fund Gala2019
Danbury Newstimes Bethel Middle School Dodgeball for The SCOTTY Fund
Providing Comfort and Care to Critically Ill Children When They Need It Most!
501 (C) 3
The SCOTTY Fund is a non-profit, charitable corporation founded in 1996. We are classified as a 501(c) tax exempt, non-profit corporation by the IRS.
The SCOTTY Fund has been awarded many grants and several distiguished honors.
The SCOTTY Fund was started as a way to honor Scott's memory and give back to the community. The SCOTTY Fund is 100% volunteer, with no paid solicitors and no paid board members.