Community Foundation of Middlesex County endowment is a perpetual fund whose purpose is to provide sufficient funding for current grants, while building the endowment to insure it will meet future community needs. Long term growth is accomplished through new gifts and careful investment stewardship of endowed funds. A committee of volunteers with financial and investment expertise manage the endowed funds under a board-approved investment and distribution policy and report quarterly to the Board of Directors
Administration – Staffing and Budget
Community Foundation of Middlesex County has a small experienced staff and operates with modest administrative budgets. All financial matters are monitored by committees of volunteers with financial knowledge and experience. Budgets are established and reviewed monthly.
Financial Highlights (unaudited)
Fiscal year ending December 31, 2020
|$ 3,991,864||Unrestricted and Administrative|
|$ 3,264,977||Restricted Assets, Gift Annuities and Trusts|
|$ 19,342,800||Known Planned Gifts|
|$ 1,230,885||Gifts and Pledges|
|$ 871,032||All Grants, including Agency Fund distributions and the annual competitive process|
Community Foundation of Middlesex County will make available for public inspection, upon request, the last three years of its Audited Financial Statements, IRS Form 990, IRS Form 990-T (when applicable), and the IRS letter of determination granting nonprofit status.
Requests may be made in person, by U.S. postal mail or by e-mail. Documents are provided in hard copy only. The requestor will be charged a reasonable fee for the cost of copying and postage.
Charitable donations are tax deductible according to federal guidelines. The Community Foundation of Middlesex County’s EIN is 06-1477711.
GuideStar.org provides additional information including access to IRS Form 990.