2023 Liberty Bank Rotary Club Thanksgiving Drive

Since 2004, Liberty Bank Foundation, partnering with Rotary Clubs across Connecticut, have raised over $4 million to ensure all families in our community can enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner. Thank you for helping your local Rotary Club share the generosity of a thanksgiving dinner with your community – and helping your local Rotary Club take advantage Read More →

Nominate Your Favorite Nonprofit for a Pop Up Grant

There’s one thing everyone can agree on … we have incredible nonprofits working throughout our 15 towns! We’re going to have some fun this summer and show your favorite nonprofit some love. It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3….. You just submit the name of your favorite Middlesex County nonprofit organization using the form below. We gather Read More →

From Middletown to Ukraine

To all who cared and helped, Дякуємо (Thank you)! Our community asked; You delivered! More than 7 tons in firefighting equipment and medical supplies were donated on April 9 and April 10 at the South Fire District. And it’s arrived! Lviv volunteers excitedly began unpacking the equipment and supplies, ready to distribute them and put them Read More →

Sharing 25 Years of Impact

A Special Request for our Nonprofit Partners and Grantees: We are honored to work with and support incredible nonprofits that are making Middlesex County a great place to live, work, and play. As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we have a special request of our nonprofit partners: help us share the impact CFMC grants have Read More →

Summer Camp – Summer Fun

Oh What Fun We Had! Summer – a time of sunshine, friends, and activities galore. Middlesex County has an abundance of camps and summer programs to choose from – all with one thing in common, helping our youth create memories and friendships, all while having a lot of fun. The advisors of the M. Jones Fund Read More →

Celebrating A Summer Of Pop Up Grants

Thank you so much for making our virtual “Pop Up Grant” initiative a great success! Wow! Really, that is all we can say! You made our celebration of local nonprofits a great success – and submitted an incredible variety of organizations doing great things in Middlesex County. We believe every gift, no matter the size, Read More →

CFMC Orchid Event

Help keep our community flourishing Thank you all for participating in our Orchid Event! Your support makes a great impact in our community. For those who ordered orchids, we will be in touch with delivery details. For those who made contributions to support our work in the community – Thank You! We are humbled and honored Read More →

Submit Your Favorite Middlesex County Nonprofit For A Pop Up Grant

Thank you so much for making our virtual “Pop Up Grant” initiative a great success! We believe every gift, no matter the size, makes an impact in our community. If you have ever joined us at one of our gatherings, you know we find many ways to say Thank You, including our “Pop Up Grant” Read More →

Community Foundation of Middlesex County

In the face of challenges, we all have choices

Dear Friends, At the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, we view equity as our responsibility, and we are committed to helping all our friends and neighbors thrive and prosper.  Quite simply, we believe that, while we are all different, we all deserve respect, and we understand that a thriving community cannot exist where all are Read More →

CT Humanities Awards Grant to the James Family Documentary Project Fund at the Community Foundation of Middlesex County

The James Family and the Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC) are pleased to announce that Connecticut Humanities (CTH) has awarded the James Family Documentary Project Fund a grant of $17,500 for the continuing work on Ann Petry and the James Family Letters. Journalist, community volunteer and former CFMC board member Elisabeth (Liz) Petry and Read More →

A Round of Applause

For Great People Doing Great Things! At the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, we only know great people – those who are always lending a hand and helping our friends and neighbors. Each day we are reminded of how remarkably lucky we are to live, work, and play in this great community. Then there are the Read More →

To our friends and neighbors – Thank you!

THANK YOU…it’s a simple phrase that says so much. Thanks to you, we at the Community Foundation of Middlesex Country are able to make even the smallest gift have a big impact – through charitable funds that support education, the arts, animal welfare, the environment, human services, heritage enhancements, and so much more. We say Read More →

TAKE A SEAT…and learn how Middlesex County cares…

It’s a simple idea – with lasting results. Sometimes children (and even adults) feel alone. Sometimes children aren’t certain how to ask others to be included in activities at school. Well, there’s a solution – the Buddy Bench. Thanks to a partnership with the Community Foundation’s Council of Business Partners and At-Risk Boys Funds, Rushford Academy, Read More →

Why Leave a Legacy?

Leaving the Future in Good Hands A conversation with Deborah Moore Deborah Moore has called Middlesex County home throughout her entire life. She grew up in Chester, and still lives and works where she has roots. So it’s no surprise that she lives by the mantra, “Live Local and Give Local.” Deborah is grateful for Read More →

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 →

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 →

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