Day 10: Education

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Reading, Writing, Arithmetic … and so much more

Whether you are 5 or 85, you have wonderful education opportunities available throughout our community.Education

You may choose to support one of the supplemental programs in our local schools or work with one of our literacy volunteer organizations or
attend one of the many public lecture series offered through our libraries, historical societies, and other organizations. What is most evident is that you have a love of knowledge and desire to learn … and you are passing that to the next generation.

Want to share a love of learning in your community?

  • Volunteer with one of our area literacy volunteers organizations – Literacy Volunteers Valley Shore or Literacy Volunteers Central Connecticut.

    You’re never too old to take on tech – Cromwell Senior Center created an iPad bar and technology classes for their members.

  • Contact your local school for a list of items needed for student projects and programs.
  • Visit DonorsChoose.org, an online platform that helps public schools raise funds for classroom projects.

Together we are supporting programs for all ages in all areas and ensuring that a love of learning is a life-long pursuit through the Education Fund.

Durham Public Library helped our youth build and program Lego robots, thanks to your support through a CFMC grant.

There are many ways to give back to our community.

Visit the Community Foundation of Middlesex County’s 15 Days of Giving for ideas that matter to you. We hope you’ll be an ambassador for philanthropy in Middlesex County. Use #CFMC15Days and help us spread the word.

 

KOCO (Kids of Chatham Organization) students created special signs for our CFMC friends to show off how your support through a grant gave them new tools and lots of fun.

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