For The Love of Good Foundation, Inc.

Registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation

Photo Don Treeger / The Republican

Mission Statement

For the Love of Good Foundation is a nonprofit group that is passionate about helping our neighbors, the struggling and disadvantaged with every day needs and a little more.

Latest Media

Read Story – Remembering Kevin Joslyn – Chicopee Register

It is with greatest sadness that our charity, For the Love of Good Foundation, announces the sudden death of our founder, Executive Director and beloved friend, Kevin Joslyn, on February 28, 2022. Kevin shared with the world every gift given to him without reserve.

He lived his life authentically, setting the bar high for the rest of us to follow in his example. He loved passionately; God, family, friends, our mascot Brady, his neighbors, and anyone in need, especially those that are most in need, in Haiti. He cared immensely for the well-being of all of us; always keeping the bigger picture in mind, humbly serving anyone he thought may need it.

Kevin was the founder and driving force of our charity but more than that, he was an amazing human being. Kevin and I founded our charity officially in November 2018. The passion to begin our charity stemmed from Kevin’s love, humility and gratitude shown in every instance when he offered you his hand to hold, his ear to listen, the shirt off his back, his last dime, and the food from his plate, if you needed it, even without asking.

No words can adequately express our sadness at Kevin’s sudden death or our gratitude for the opportunity to work and learn from him. We will honor his memory by dedicating ourselves to continuing the work he loved so much in the service to our neighbors in need. Kevin will be forever in our hearts.

Please find his official obituary here and note that in lieu of flowers we are accepting donations to our charity by mail (address in linked obituary) and directly online here.

Deb Maisonave

Prime – Your Best Life Now – February 2021As featured in Prime – Your Best Life Now – February 2021

Who We Help

Our Struggling and Disadvantaged Neighbors which include:

  • Children
  • Elderly
  • Women in Shelters
  • Disabled
  • Homeless
  • Families
  • Veterans
  • Newly Released Inmates
  • Unemployed
  • Haiti

How We Help

  • Food
  • Rent
  • Utilities
  • Clothing
  • Prescriptions
  • Car Repairs
  • School Supplies
  • Eye Glasses
  • Transportation
  • Medical Emergency
  • Home Repairs
  • Etc.
Regardless of Background or Religion

60% Inside USA – 40% Outside USA

Deciding Who to Help

We will decide on a Case by Case Basis – There will be a short application process. The following criteria will allow us to be as broad as possible to deal with an unexpected crisis or hardship.  
  • Immediacy
  • Life sustaining need
  • Cost of need
No Cash will be handed out; We will pay for services directly/gift cards.

Homeless Outreach – Western Massachusetts

Teaching the kids to be grateful for all they have knowing all this man’s belongings fit in this carriage. – View More: Homeless Outreach

Our Work in Haiti

View Some of Our Work in Cite Soleil, Haiti

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