2024 CFMC Grantee PR & Evaluation Information Session

Congratulations to the 2023-2024 Fall Cycle Grant Recipients. We’ve produced a video to review the PR and Evaluation requirements for your grant award. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us! Our email and phone information is included in the video. The PowerPoint slide deck is available HERE. For further information and the marketing & PR toolkit, visit our website HERE and for further information about the evaluation and the link to the online form CLICK HERE.

2024 Spring Competitive Application Information Session

Nonprofits eligible to apply in the Spring call for applications in the 2023-2024 are encouraged to view the Information Session recording and contact CFMC with any questions. Further information about the application process and timeline is available the Grants Program page. The PowerPoint slide deck from the information session is available HERE.

Virtual Chat: AI and The Law with Attorney Jonathan Shapiro

Presented by the Community Foundation of Middlesex County Nonprofit Resource Center with guest Attorney Jonathan Shapiro. We know AI is here to stay … but what’s next? Attorney Jonathan Shapiro joins the Community Foundation of Middlesex County for a look into AI’s role and its influence on our professional (and personal) spaces as we master this growing technology.

CFMC Virtual Chat: AI 101 with Sebastian Zimmeck, Wesleyan University

CFMC Party with a Purpose Virtual Chat Series Presents AI 101: The Myths, The Legends, and The Every Day AI – it’s on the news and in countless articles. Commentaries and opinions seem to appear everyday. What is AI? Are we already using it? And the really big questions…where is it headed and what should we know? Deciphering myth from legend from everyday reality can be overwhelming and confusing. Well, no more!

CFMC 2023 Spring Competitive Application Process Session

The Community Foundation of Middlesex County is currently accepting applications for the Spring Cycle of the 2022-2023 competitive application process. Organizations interested in applying that did not attend the information sessions must contact Thayer Talbott (Thayer@MiddlesexCountyCF.org) or Mary Dutton (Programs@MiddlesexCountyCF.org) before submitting an application. The recorded workshop is for information purposes only.

CFMC Grantee PR & Evaluation Worksession (2023)

Each year, CFMC hosts a special workshop for our annual grant award recipients. In this workshop, we review PR and marketing tips to acknowledge your grant as well as share stories and videos of the great things you do in Middlesex County. We also review the evaluation requirement, including suggestions and tips for completing the form. If you have questions, please contact Thayer Talbott (Thayer@MiddlesexCountyCF.org) or Mary Dutton (Programs@MiddlesexCountyCF.org) at 860.347.0025.

2022-2023 Annual Competitive Application Process Information Session

The Community Foundation of Middlesex County is now accepting applications for the Fall as part of our annual Application Process. Organizations considering applying are strongly encouraged to watch the recording of the Information Session as CFMC has made some significant changes to our annual process. Further information regarding our process, timeline, and evaluation requirements may be found on the following pages: Guidelines Timeline Evaluation Requirements Marketing Requirements Grants Program Questions about the process should be emailed to Thayer Talbott or Mary Dutton

CFMC Chat with Diane Arnold and Maureen Westbrook

The Community Foundation of Middlesex County’s CFMC Chat Series brings together Good People Doing Great Things in Middlesex County. Each segment introduces a remarkable person or organization working to make our community a great place to live, work, and play. This segment is brought to you by the Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls at CFMC. We are pleased to welcome Diane Arnold, Essex Savings Bank, and Maureen Westbrook, Connecticut Water Services, Inc. – extraordinary women who are mentors, role models, and community leaders in all facets of life. You can help make an impact in the lives…

CFMC Chat with New Horizons Domestic Violence Services

The Community Foundation of Middlesex County’s CFMC Chat Series brings together Good People Doing Great Things in Middlesex County. Each segment introduces a remarkable person or organization working to make our community a great place to live, work, and play. This segment is brought to you by the Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls at CFMC. Alyssa Martin of New Horizons Domestic Violence Services, a program of the Community Health Center, discusses the advocacy and services they are providing our community. To learn more about New Horizons Domestic Violence Services, visit them at www.newhorizonsdv.com. You can help make…

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