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  • Buzzy and Harriet Levin Fund

    Community… youth… sports… all passions of Buzzy and Harriet Levin. The Levin family has a long history of working to support their community, finding ways to help families and youth lead better lives. Buzzy Levin was well known for his generosity. Though he championed many organizations, events, and issues, what most of his friends and family Read More →

  • Director Family General Community Fund

    Each and every day unexpected needs arise throughout the Middlesex County community. It may be something small that requires special attention.  It may be a larger emergency that brings a community-wide call for help. It may be an opportunity for a special donation “just because” a nonprofit organization is doing a terrific job in fulfilling its mission. 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 →

  • Live Local Give Local

    The Community is where we work, where we play, where we raise our children, where we call home. It is our responsibility as citizens to exercise good stewardship within our communities. Live locally and give locally to preserve the quality of life in our towns through these challenging times. The economic climate has impacted nearly Read More →

  • President’s Discretionary Fund

    Philanthropy matters. Philanthropy works. Philanthropy does not have a set schedule. Enter one anonymous donor who realized that there are times when emergencies arise and immediate action is required. This donor established the President’s Discretionary Fund to allow for immediate responses to unforeseen situations and to assist those in need when they need it most…NOW! Read More →

  • Power Fund

    It’s everywhere — Powerball fever is the topic of the day, of the week … and the year. Catch the Fever and Make a Difference in Middlesex County! That same excitement can make an impact right here in our backyard. Every gift makes a difference. Pool your donations with your friends and neighbors in the Power Read More →

  • William McCann-Best Cleaners Fund

    In 1954 William McCann, Jr. was looking for a community to launch a new business and to call home. With his arrival in Middletown and the purchase of a dry cleaning business renamed Best Cleaners, Bill and his wife, Esther, built a lasting relationship with their community. Supporting the community and their employees has always Read More →

  • Clark Family Fund

    The Clarks established a named family fund in 1999 for the unrestricted benefit of the people and communities of Southern Middlesex County.

  • The 15th Anniversary Endowed Unrestricted Fund

    The community foundation concept is a simple one. With you, our neighbors, colleagues, and friends, we have Established Roots in the Community by Building Funds for Today that Ensure the Promise of Tomorrow. Your belief in the Community Foundation’s mission, your commitment to your community, and your continued generosity has made a great impact in Read More →

  • Mary Ann Lambert Random Acts of Kindness Fund

    Community Foundation of Middlesex County lost a dear friend and colleague, Mary Ann Lambert, in August 2010. Mary Ann demonstrated strength, compassion – and humor – every day she worked for the Community Foundation. Mary Ann personified the word “caring” and just loved being with her family. She was intensely devoted to her husband, Marc, Read More →

  • Neighbor Helping Neighbor Fund

    When Disaster Strikes, A Community Comes Together When disaster strikes, you’re always there to help. You, our friends and neighbors, have come to the aid of individuals and businesses to lend a helping hand through the Community Foundation of Middlesex County. When the Connecticut River Museum suffered severe damage during a fire, you came to Read More →