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Helping Good People Do Great Things

Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC) is all about Living Local and Giving Local. A community foundation is community philanthropy at work. Whether you know it or not, you have probably been touched in some way in your community by a community foundation. Take a few minutes to hear from some of the donors and nonprofits who work with and through the Community Foundation of Middlesex County to “Help Good People Do Great Things.”

Community Foundation of Middlesex County Launches New Logo

Celebrating 15 Towns and 15 Years November 20, 2012 More than 325 people joined the Board of Directors and staff of the Community Foundation of Middlesex County on Friday, November 16, 2012 to celebrate 15 years of Helping Good People Do Great Things. Presenting sponsors Essex Savings Bank and Essex Financial Services, represented by Gregory Shook (President & CEO, ESB) and John Rafal (President, EFS), joined CFMC Board member Judy Schoonmaker to welcome the guests. John Rafal, speaking on behalf of Essex Savings Bank and Essex Financial Services, congratulated the Community Foundation “for 15 years of success and dedication to…

Herb and Sherry Clark Receive Philanthropy Award

November 20, 2012 The Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC) is pleased to announce the recipients of its first Philanthropy Award — Herb and Sherry Clark of Essex. The Clarks are being recognized for their longstanding spirit of giving, their extraordinary commitment to helping others throughout Middlesex County, and their leadership in promoting philanthropy each and every day.

Community Foundation of Middlesex County Achieves Top Standards Seal of Approval

CFMC Meets Rigorous National Standards for Quality and Accountability September 2012 Middletown, Connecticut – Philanthropy – Pure and Simple. It sounds easy, and with the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, it is. Working with the Community Foundation is simple, and allows individuals and businesses to participate in improving life in the community where they live, work, and play.

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