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  • Susan D. E. Allison Fund

    A poet is, before anything else, a person who is passionately in love with language. ― W.H. Auden   Writing – in all its various forms – is empowering. It’s creative, expressive, illustrative, and informative. The act of writing is a gift of sharing, shaping experience and feeling into something others can read, hear, understand, and Read More →

  • Middlesex Enhancement Fund

    Philanthropy Matters. Philanthropy Works. Anyone can be a philanthropist at any time, in any amount. Established by the Board of Directors in 1997, the Middlesex Enhancement Fund is available to all donors to make gifts of any size. Over the years the Fund has grown substantially with memorial, anonymous and other gifts. Grant making is Read More →

  • Arlene R. Mazzotta Fund for MARC

    A Legacy of Helping Others Arlene Mazzotta was a force in the community. In addition to founding and nurturing A.R. Mazzotta Employment Specialists to be the successful business it is, she championed where we work, live, and play each and every day. Arlene accomplished much while celebrating life to the fullest. She had a list Read More →

  • Middletown Police Department K-9 Fund

    They had us at WOOF! Did you know some of the hardest working, most efficient, and most cost-effective officers on the beat are “man’s best friends”? A Police K-9 performs 97% of its work with its mere presence, and the tasks they perform are often overlooked. Middletown Police Department (MPD) K9s are on patrol every Read More →

  • Middlefield Volunteer Fire Company

    THOSE WHO SERVE A COMMUNITY’S VOLUNTEER FIRST RESPONDERS Your Neighbors – Your Friends – Your Wives – Your Husbands Who are they? They are the people who drop everything and respond when the emergency call goes out. They are members of the Middlefield Volunteer Fire Company – 50 of the strongest resources a town could Read More →

  • Mary C. Rawlins Educational Assistance Award Fund

    A LIFELONG COMMITMENT TO STUDENTS You hear it all the time: “Do your homework.” “Stay in school.” Study hard and you’ll be a success.” How often do you actually see someone doing more than offering these platitudes? Well, in Mary Rawlins, many students found their champion. Mary Rawlins (1929-1995), a founder of the Connecticut Association Read More →

  • Levi E. Coe Library Fund

    “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 Read More →

  • Hap Merrick Endowment Fund for Community Music School

    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 Read More →

  • Daniel G. Howe Memorial Fund for Gilead Community Services

    Remembering Daniel Mental health issues impact everyone, not just those struggling with these challenges. Families, friends, colleagues, and neighbors are all touched in some way. For many families the challenges can bring heightened awareness, advocacy, and opportunities, to help others right in their own communities. Just ask Cathy and Jim Probolus of Portland. Cathy’s nephew, Read More →

  • Colter Abely Achievement Fund

    The Annual Colter Classic Golf Outing was held July 16, 2018. Thank you to everyone who participated this year. To learn more or sponsor the event, click HERE A great attitude. A friend to everyone. An infectious smile. An excellent athlete whose passion was wrestling. A mentor and leader to those around him. These are just Read More →

  • Barry M. Simon Miracle Fund for Gilead Community Services

    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. Read More →

  • Council of Business Partners Fund

    We can all make a difference if we stand together. In September 2009, a dedicated group of Middlesex County business leaders took a stand against bullying. Working through the Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC), these leaders established the Council of Business Partners Fund and, with the help of Rushford, a Hartford Healthcare partner, developed Read More →

  • Ryan’s Circle Of Giving

    Ryan’s Circle of Giving is a fund set up to honor the memory and legacy of Ryan Charles Gordon. As a freshman in college in 2005, who was on his way to fulfilling his life’s dream of becoming a Broadcast Journalist, Ryan was forced to return home to Wallingford because he knew he was very Read More →

  • Edward “Reds” L. and Jane S. McMillan-Gilead Endowment Fund

    Improving Lives and Building Futures Mental illness is debilitating. It’s not often discussed, yet its impact stretches well beyond those affected by it. It impacts families, friends, neighbors – the entire community. Quality health care and recovery support services provide for physical and mental wellbeing, independence and community integration. For over four decades Gilead Community Read More →

  • Live Local Give Local – N.E.A.T. Fund

    Family Ties Bring “The Big Easy” to Middlesex County Dr. Gerald and Judy Cohen reside in New Orleans. They live, breathe and love the excitement of “The Big Easy”. Yet, when their son moved to Middletown in 2001, they found another city to embrace. They developed a deep love and appreciation for Middletown, its neighborhoods Read More →

  • John and Irene Bolden, Sr. Educational Award Fund

    Irene and John D. Bolden, Sr., life-long residents of the Albany Community of Georgia, believed that education is key to a bright and financially secure future. Although John and Irene had limited formal education themselves, they were determined their six children, including Middletown’s own Kathy Bolden McRae, would thrive and succeed with a foundation securely Read More →

  • William and Mary Tomc Memorial Fund

    Like so many of their generation, Rich Tomc’s parents were born to immigrants. They were raised in a close-knit, working class neighborhood. The parish church was the heart of the community, and the families in those neighborhoods recognized the importance of family, hard work, and education. Rich and his siblings were raised in a strong Read More →

  • Middlesex United Way Endowment Fund

    Endowments strengthen organizations and help secure their future. The Middlesex United Way recognized this in 2001 when it was the first organization to establish an agency fund with the Community Foundation. In 2010 Middlesex United Way again chose to work with the Community Foundation to establish an endowed fund that will benefit the broader community Read More →

  • Ida M. Masselli Fund

    LASTING MEMORIES – LASTING IMPACT Ida was, according to everyone who knew her, incredible. Her roots were here in Middlesex County, and she instilled that love in her family. Ida also did more, much more. Ida demonstrated that one person can, indeed, make a difference. She believed that living local and giving back to your Read More →

  • Ida M. Masselli NAACP Scholarship Fund

    LASTING MEMORIES – LASTING IMPACT Ida was, according to everyone who knew her, incredible. Her roots were here in Middlesex County, and she instilled that love in her family. Ida also did more, much more. Ida demonstrated that one person can, indeed, make a difference. She believed that living local and giving back to your Read More →