Lands End Foundation
Land's End Foundation is a non-profit charitable 501(c)(3) organization. It was founded by Land's End Inn owners, Ed Macri & Trevor Mikula, to support and enable queer community, Provincetown community, the arts, and mindfulness. It is early days for the Foundation. It is taking a long-term approach and excited to partner with other community leaders to drive impact.

The Foundation's board members are:
Ed Macri
Ed Macri is one of the owners of Land's End Inn and DJs at local clubs. Previously, Ed had a career in technology, including 14 years as an executive at Wayfair. On Instagram, you can follow Ed's DJing @lazerellaptown. Ed lives in Provincetown year-round with his husband, Trevor Mikula.
Trevor Mikula
Trevor Mikula is one of the owners of Land's End Inn and a prolific artist. Trevor has approached his art for over 20 years with a singular mission to make people happy. His unmistakable style of painting inspires conversations with its sophisticated, colorful and unexpected compositions of everything from stunning florals to the kitchen sink. He is self-taught and paints with a vivid imagination, vibrant paint and a palette knife. He has an avid following of collectors and his work shows in galleries across the country. On Instagram, you can follow Trevor's art at @trevormikula. Raised in Tennessee, Trevor lives in Provincetown year-round with his husband, Ed Macri. 
Scott Squillace
Scott Squillace is a business and estate planning attorney with over 34 years of experience practicing law. He is the principal and founder of Squillace & Associates, P.C., a boutique estate planning firm in Boston's historic Back Bay.

Scott's current practice focuses on estate and business planning matters including tax and philanthropic planning for high net worth individuals and families. His practice includes asset protection and estate planning needs for international clientele, corporate executives, small business owners, physicians, attorneys and other professionals. He has a particular focus on helping same sex couples and members of the LGBTQ community with their unique planning needs and frequently lectures locally and nationally on this topic. In 2014 he published the first planning guide after the seminal Supreme Court decision on same sex marriage: "Whether-to-Wed: A legal and tax guide for gay and lesbian couples".

Scott also frequently serves as fiduciary for the estates and as a trustee or co-trustee for family trusts. He is also a board member of The Boston Foundation.

Land's End Foundation is incorporated as TrevEd Foundation, Inc. and doing business as Land's End Foundation. EIN/Federal Tax ID is 87-3380317.