The Bio X Cell Charitable Fund

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On January 30, 2020 Klaus Lubbe and Kate Bessette were recognized for a generous contribution from Bio X Cell’s employee-driven Charitable Fund to Hartford Parks & Recreation.


Upping the ante

The Bio X Cell Charitable Fund was originated as an employee-driven philanthropy fund with a mission to give back to our community. In December, the Bio X Cell fund committed to a 2:1 match of all employees’ donations for the remainder of 2019. As a result of this increased match, the Bio X Cell team had extra incentive to support 501(c)(3) organizations they believe in. Thank you letters are still pouring in due to the uptick in donations made during the 2:1 match!



“Hartford Parks & Recreation is extremely grateful to Kate for contributing to the scholarship program and her work with Bio X Cell and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation to secure this remarkable donation. Through their efforts, we look forward to providing additional need-based scholarships for recreation programs, camps, and special activities here in the community.”

Hartford Parks & Recreation’s mission is to serve the recreational needs of the community by offering lifelong learning through recreational and educational programming utilizing existing parks and facilities.


Making a difference

We are a team driven by the idea of giving back to our community and bettering the lives of those in need around us. Making a difference in our community gives us greater meaning in the work that we do at Bio X Cell and fulfills us as individuals. 2019 marks the initiation of The Bio X Cell Fund, which is an employee-driven philanthropy fund coordinated through the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. The focus of the fund is to make the world a better place by supporting organizations that address mental and physical health, the environment, arts, and culture and provide humanitarian support including disaster relief. For 2019 we have dedicated $250,000 to this fund.”

~Tim Keane, COO of Bio X Cell

Some basic guidelines for our Bio X Cell fund:

  • Any organization that we support must be a registered 501(c)(3) organization
  • Donors and their family members cannot request or receive special benefits from the recipient (i.e. discounts, preferential treatment)

The advisory committee members are:

  • Klaus Lubbe, Chairman
  • Tim Keane, Vice Chairman
  • Bernadina Webber
  • Gary Reed
  • Lauren Phelps
  • Devin Silovich




A little more info…

In 1962, The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation was established as a community foundation as well as a 501(c)(3) public charity. It is one of the United States’ largest community foundations. The purpose of the foundation is to build social capital amongst our society and within New Hampshire by identifying current and emerging social concerns, track use of philanthropy needs to stimulate the economy and social growth. 

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