The Killingworth Community Fund is now accepting applications for funding considerations in Spring 2018.
The Killingworth Community Fund (KCF) at the Community Foundation of Middlesex County will consider grant requests for projects, which, in the judgment of its Advisory Committee, will improve the quality of life in the Town of Killingworth.
Applications are due at the Community Foundation offices no later than February 28, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Application materials should include one (1) original application and six (6) copies.
The KCF Advisory Committee is primarily interested in how the proposed project will help the organization achieve its established goals, solve a critical problem, or prepare for the next steps in its development to meet the stated needs.
The KCF’s financial support may be used only for the direct costs of implementing proposed projects.
Grants shall be limited to tax-exempt [501(c)(3)], not-for-profit, equal opportunity organizations recognized as such by the Internal Revenue Service serving the Killingworth Community, including the Haddam-Killingworth school district, or the municipality of Killingworth.
Grant Information and Application Materials:
- Killingworth Community Fund Grants Guidelines
- KCF Application Instructions
- KCF Application Form
- Program Budget Form
If you have questions about the application form, the process, or difficulties accessing the above forms and documents, please contact Thayer Talbott at 860.347.0025 or Thayer@MiddlesexCountyCF.org.
The Community Foundation’s annual competitive cycle is now closed.
If you have questions about the application process, please contact Thayer Talbott at 860.347.0025 or Thayer@MiddlesexCountyCF.org.
The Application Cycle Information Sessions PowerPoint slide deck and grant application tips document are available:
Grantee Communications Kit
Congratulations on your award. Your grant from the Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC) reflects on your hard work and dedication, and the news should be shared with your community. The downloadable 2018 CFMC Grantee Communications Kit provides guidance on the best ways to broadcast your achievements and outlines the Community Foundation’s expectations about spreading the word about your grant project.
Community Foundation Credit for News Releases
Please use the wording below when submitting News Releases…
“The Community Foundation of Middlesex County is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for the people of the County, now and in the future, by developing endowments, making grants that have impact and assisting donors in meeting their philanthropic objectives. Since its founding in 1997, the Community Foundation has awarded 2,068 grants totaling more than $6 million for the arts, cultural and heritage programs, educational activities, environmental improvements, animal welfare, and for health and human services.”
“Community Foundation of Middlesex County represents local people, giving locally to make an impact on the lives of others – not just for today, but forever. The Community Foundation works with charitably-minded individuals and organizations to build permanent endowments and other charitable funds. These funds support local nonprofit organizations through effective grant making to address community needs.
Since its founding in 1997, the Community Foundation of Middlesex County has provided 2,068 grants totaling more than $6 million to organizations for the arts, cultural and heritage programs, educational activities, environmental improvements, animal welfare, and for health and human services. For more information, contact the Community Foundation at 860.347.0025 or info@MiddlesexCountyCF.org.”
Announcements regarding grant funding can be found in the grant award letter received by the organization. Examples of references to grant funding include:
“The XYZ Organization is pleased to announce it has received a $#,### grant from the Community Foundation of Middlesex County. This grant is made possible, in part, through the XXX Fund. The XYZ Organization will use these funds to support the ABC Program …”
When talking about the grant, or in writing, or on a website, it should be stated that the program is
“The ABC Program is funded (or funded in part) through a grant from the Community Foundation of Middlesex County/XXX Fund.”
We would appreciate any copies of newspaper articles or announcements in which you have acknowledged support from our Community Foundation. We would also love to receive quality photographs by email of your program for our files and possible use in our annual report and newsletters.
Logos for Grantee Use
CFMC logo is to be used in its entirety. CFMC logo shall not be cropped, recolored or altered in any manner. Requests for alternative uses of the CFMC logo shall be directed to Thayer Talbott at 860.347.0025 ext. 203 or Thayer@MiddlesexCountyCF.org.
Nonprofits considering submitting an application in the current competitive grant cycle need to ensure all prior grant evaluations have been submitted.
If you are unsure of your grant evaluation status or if your program or project is incomplete and you have questions regarding your grant evaluation, email or call Thayer Talbott, Vice President, Programs & Operations, at 860.347.0025 ext. 203.