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  • Deep River Cares Fund

    The Deep River Cares Fund……  ‘A Hug for Deep River’ The Town of Deep River is a special place filled with wonderful people who do so much every day for the benefit of our community. The Deep River Cares Fund at the Community Foundation of Middlesex County has been created to support local nonprofits in Read More →

  • Clinton Compassion Fund

    Physical and mental health issues affect so many in our communities – directly or indirectly. The COVID-19 pandemic raised a great deal of awareness about the benefits of our overall well-being and the important part mental wellness plays in our lives and our community. One local Clinton resident, Dylan Walter, decided to take steps to Read More →

  • Chester Leadership Fund

    Community is the cornerstone of what makes all the towns in Middlesex County great places to live, work, and play! A group of residents of Chester are committed to ensuring that the community is able to respond to issues, needs, and services that have the greatest impact for the benefit of their neighbors. Together, working Read More →

  • Cathy Weiss Sunrise Fund

    So much has changed in our world this year – yet in Middlesex County there is one lasting constant – Great People Doing Great Things! At the Community Foundation of Middlesex County we are inspired by the generosity and many kindnesses of our friends and neighbors and we’re delighted to introduce you to one of Read More →

  • Durham-Middlefield Youth & Family Services Fund

    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 Read More →

  • Santo Fragilio Middletown Public Schools Cultural Council Fund

    A Lifetime of Music Leads to A Legacy for Middletown Students Santo Fragilio was well-known – and loved – for many reasons, but two will always stand out for those who knew him best: his joy at playing the violin and his desire to share music with his students at the Middletown Public Schools. The Read More →

  • 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 →

  • Killingworth Community Fund

    The Killingworth Community Fund participates in the Community Foundation’s annual competitive application process. Information about the competitive application process is on the Grant Making Timeline Page HERE  The Killingworth Community Fund creates a unique partnership between Killingworth and the Community Foundation of Middlesex County. Building on ten years of impact, the committed volunteers of the 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 →

  • Katherine and Willard McRae Fund

    Kathy and Willard have been involved with the Community Foundation since the very beginning – their love of community and belief in the ability of a group of people to address the issues and make a positive impact in the community have done so much for Middletown and Middlesex County. Willard, a founding Director of the Read More →

  • Colter Abely Achievement Fund

    The Annual Colter Classic Golf Outing will be held July 15, 2019. 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 a few of the things people knew Read More →

  • Chris Belfoure Memorial Fund

    Christopher R. Belfoure was just 24 when he tragically died in July 2011. Yet his passions – his belief in the global community, his dedication to teaching and the environment – will be shared through the Chris Belfoure Memorial Fund at the Community Foundation of Middlesex County. A graduate of Valley Regional High School and Read More →

  • Higganum Vision Group Fund

    “The Community is where we work, where we play, where we raise our children, where we call home. Our community has given us so much. It is our responsibility to give back and show good stewardship. As stewards of our towns and protectors of our environment, we need to support our local businesses and services Read More →

  • Herb and Ellen Patterson Memorial Fund

    A Quiet Way – A “Strong” Impact A long-time resident of Durham, Herb Patterson was a kind, quiet man who made a deep, lasting impression on everyone he met. Herb attended Bowdoin College and then joined the Navy, reaching the rank of Captain of a PT boat during World War II. Herb was known as 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 →

  • Arthur and Edythe Director Family Scholar Fund

    The Directors are legendary for their giving, known for their commitment to the community and especially to the youth in our community – the future civic and business leaders of Middlesex County. Their philanthropy – their gifts of time, talent, and money – exemplify their pledge to support programs and services designed to prepare young Read More →