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Building for a Positive Future Consider all that makes a community – people, businesses, organizations, services, activities, environment, and so much more. Tying all of this together are the people committed to ensuring everyone has opportunities to grow and thrive. Tri-Town Youth Services Bureau Inc. (TTYSB) is committed to working with individuals and groups throughout Chester, Deep River, and Essex to ensure everyone has access to programs and services that empower us, as individuals and a community, to make positive choices for a healthy community and future. As a Youth Services Bureau, TTYSB is committed to fostering a community of…

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Building Strong Communities Together A strong community exists because friends and neighbors believe in supporting their towns today and making sure each generation is offered every opportunity possible for a vibrant future. A group of Durham and Middlefield citizens set out in the early 1990s to do just that – provide for the youth of their town. Together, they launched Durham-Middlefield Youth & Family Services (DMYFS), a nonprofit organization, dedicated to the youth and families of Durham and Middlefield. Since that first opening day, DMYFS has worked with residents, town officials of Durham and Middlefield, the school district, and a…

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“This small building has been erected for you in hopes that it will not only be of benefit to you, but will stand and be of service to many generations. This small library has also been prepared for you in hopes that it will contribute to your happiness and the happiness of future generations.” (Levi E. Coe, 1893, upon the dedication of the Library) Imagine what Levi E. Coe would say today, some 120 years later, to know that not only has the Library named for him continued to be of benefit to Middlefield, but has taken the next step…

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A Musical Legacy for Middlesex County For more than 30 years, the Community Music School (CMS) has been serving the musical education needs of shoreline residents and enriching the artistic life of the community. As a member of the Community Music School Board of Trustees and an avid fan of the school’s programs, Paula Merrick knew that the creation of an endowed fund would be a sound investment in the school’s future – even if it was fifteen years in the making. “I just love the Music School and my husband, Hap, and I always felt very strongly about ensuring…

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Compassion – Creativity – Leadership – Excellence The Barry M. Simon Miracle Fund was established to celebrate the work of Gilead Community Services’ outgoing CEO Barry Simon. Barry Simon is a man of compassion, creativity and leadership and for twenty years he worked tirelessly on behalf of the clients and families of Gilead Community Services. His dedication helped lead a then small community mental health agency serving 100 clients to what is now a lead agency in the mental health community, with 17 programs offering a full spectrum of services to over 700 individuals each year. Barry developed a culture…

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Recognizing the value of supporting the Community Foundation and growing its endowment for the future benefit of the individuals it serves, the Fund was established in 2003 and named for two exceptional volunteers, David Vance and the late Jerry Weitzman. Agency Endowment Funds are created by the nonprofits themselves to produce a revenue stream for long-term financial health and stability.

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Established in 2003, this fund ensures future funding diversity for this behavioral health organization and encourages staff and board members to give to this endowed fund to maximize a challenge match donation.   “We plan to continue serving individuals throughout Middlesex County for years to come. We realize the importance of an endowment as one part of a strategy to insure our long term success. What better partner to help insure this than the Foundation that shares our values and concerns. We saw the investment the Foundation was making in our community and the positive effect it was having for…

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Established in 2006 to help support the Community Foundation and diversify the investment of their small and growing endowment. The proceeds of this Fund provide Oddfellows Playhouse funding to support operations and programming. Agency Endowment Funds are created by the nonprofits themselves to produce a revenue stream for long-term financial health and stability.  

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The Community Foundation’s first Agency Endowment Fund was established in 2001 with donor-restricted endowment gifts as an example to all nonprofits. Agency Endowment Funds are created by the nonprofits themselves to produce a revenue stream for long-term financial health and stability.

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Established in 2007, Camp Hazen YMCA partnered with the Community Foundation to ensure that its vital programs will be offered long into the future for the benefit of our young people. Agency Endowment Funds are created by the nonprofits themselves to produce a revenue stream for long-term financial health and stability.

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