Open House and Ribbon Cutting

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! We had an incredible turnout for our Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on May 24, 2017. There are so many to thank for coming out to share this very special event with the Community Foundation. We must offer our deepest gratitude to the Tomc family for their generous Read More →


Impact Update

YOU make all the difference in Middlesex County when you support CFMC grant making – Helping Good People Do Great Things! Check out the impact update from three great nonprofits: Pay4ward Come Sail Away! Pay4ward is ready to enjoy some beautiful weather out on the water! The nonprofit brings combat veterans sailing to help cope with P.T.S.D. Because the sails Read More →


Inside Goodspeed’s Costume Warehouse

Thanks to Brian and Sue Sawchuk and Donna Lee Gennaro, CFMC friends and neighbors took a very special tour – behind the curtains and stage doors and into the costume warehouse at Goodspeed Musicals. This special costume rental warehouse managed by Mark Rampmeyer is a treasure trove of costumes, hats, shoes, and accessories from Broadway hits Read More →


Celebrating Mother’s Day

Mother. Teacher. Grandmother Sister. Best Friend. Aunt. Mentors. The Board of Directors and staff of the Community Foundation of Middlesex County and the members of the Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls wish everyone a very Happy Mother’s Day! This Mother’s Day, consider all the women who have added their wisdom, insight and Read More →


Let’s Celebrate the Women in Your Life!

Let’s Celebrate The Women in Your Life! We all have that special someone… That special…  Mother, Grandmother, Aunt, Neighbor, Teacher, Sister, Very Best Friend who inspires us, guides us, dreams with us, laughs – and even cries – with us. Let’s celebrate that special someone by supporting women and girls of all ages to be self-sufficient, confident and Read More →


A Round of Applause for Volunteers!

VOLUNTEERS ROCK! Volunteers are amazing, wonderful, creative and awesome!  Truly the life blood of our Community Foundation… and all our nonprofit organizations. To CFMC’s amazing, wonderful, creative and awesome volunteers everyday, but particularly for National Volunteer Week, THANK YOU! YOU’RE our Rock Stars! You truly are Good People Doing Great Things! We are fortunate to have a Read More →


Extra, Extra… Read All About It!

The Community Foundation of Middlesex County was pleased to welcome the Hartford Courant into our new home at 49 Main Street in Middletown. Thanks to a gift from the Tomc family, CFMC moved its office from South Main Street to a history home on Main Street. The Courant article profiles the rich history of the building – as well as Read More →


Sailing Into A Second Season

Sailing Into A Second Season For twenty years, the Community Foundation of Middlesex County has been defined by its grassroots approach to philanthropy, leadership, and legacy. We help connect valued donors with local nonprofits to address community needs and improve the quality of life for all. We do this by funding nonprofit programs and services, Read More →


CFMC’s Move

The move is complete and CFMC is settling in at 49 Main Street in Middletown. We are incredibly grateful to the Tomc family for this gift to the community, and the crew of Brown & Wimler for their incredible renovations. We would also like to thank all of the outstanding volunteers who helped make the move Read More →


CFMC Honored at Middlesex United Way Annual Meeting

CFMC receives Tocqueville Award The Community Foundation of Middlesex County was honored and humbled to receive a special recognition on behalf of the community in January. During its annual meeting honoring key supporters, Middlesex United Way named CFMC the 2016 Tocqueville Society Philanthropy Award recipient. The honor is given to organizations or individuals who inspire Read More →


CFMC Welcomes McMillian, Moore to 2017 Board of Directors

Make new friends, but keep the old… you know the song. Here at Community Foundation, that’s what’s happening on our board! Andre McMillian was elected to his first term on the CFMC Board at its December meeting. Andre is the Director of Domestic and Aftermarket Business Development at Pratt & Whitney. He has a host of Read More →


Sisters’ Legacy to Support Where We Live, Work and Play

Community Foundation of Middlesex County to Receive $8 Million Bequest  The Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC) received an early 20th anniversary gift this year with news that the nonprofit organization will be the recipient of an $8 million bequest from the trust of the late Mary Janvrin. Ms. Janvrin and her pre-deceased sister Natalie Read More →


IRA Charitable Rollover – A Great Incentive for Philanthropy

The IRA charitable rollover is now a permanent option for individuals age 70½ and older who want to make a gift of a lifetime during their lifetime. Donors are permitted to make a qualified charitable distribution from their IRA directly to a qualifying charity, such as the Community Foundation, without declaring the distribution as income. This is an excellent Read More →


15 Days of “Good People Doing Great Things”

You – our friends and neighbors in Middlesex County – do so much good in our community. It’s awe-inspiring! We think you’re great – and to celebrate National Community Foundation week and this season of gratitude, we are launching “15 Days of Your Giving.“


The Season to Celebrate Community Giving

At the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, we know that everyone is a philanthropist – we see it every day in its most pure and simple form in each and every town throughout the county. We also know that philanthropy is easy – all it takes is connecting you and your unique passion to the Read More →


Creating a Community of Upstanders at the 2016 Rally

Did you know that one out of five students between the age of 13 and 18 reports being bullied during the school year? And that students who are bullied are more likely to experience low self-esteem and isolation, and suffer from depression, suicidal thoughts, and anxiety? Bullying has destructive consequences on our young people. We Read More →


A Champion of the Community, Arthur Director

We all lost a community champion when Arthur (Art) Director passed away on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Art led quietly by example, both in his business life and in his community service life. A long-time supporter of our youth, Art gave of his time and his considerable talent to ensure children have every advantage possible Read More →


Local Leaders, Local Legends

CFMC Honors Local Volunteers

They are everywhere – in the house next door, behind the counter at the business down the street, at the board of directors table of your favorite nonprofit – volunteers and leaders who give their time and talents to our community. The Community Foundation of Middlesex County is fortunate to be surrounded by “Good People Read More →


Every Day We Have A Choice

  Every day, we have a choice. When you read the headlines or turn on the news, when you scroll through your social media feed, it is easy to think that the negatives far outweigh the positives, that the common bonds that hold us together – compassion, respect, shared responsibility, a belief in service, and a willingness to Read More →


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Making A Choice

Lately, when you read the headlines or turn on the news, or when you scroll through your social media feed, it’s easy to think that the negatives far outweigh the positives, that the common bonds that hold us together – compassion, respect, shared responsibility, a belief in service, and a willingness to embrace our differences Read More →


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