Fund Catalog

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  • Mental Wellness Fund

    Together, we can support and promote mental wellness with meaningful action. Mental health issues affect so many in our communities – either directly or indirectly – and we all can take steps to make mental wellness the goal for our communities. An anonymous donor took the lead on this issue in 2014 following the first of a 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 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 →

  • 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 →

  • Chris Belfoure Memorial Fund

    Annual RUN for CHRIS 5K is June 22, 2019 – learn more and register HERE   or  download and print the PAPER application 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 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.

  • 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 →

  • Avery’s Fund

    CDKL5. A rare disease with no apparent cause, no cure, and a very clinical name. Yet, for Middlesex County and its surrounding neighbors, this disease has a very personal and lovely face – Avery Rose Leopoldino of Westbrook. Avery was diagnosed at two years old with this extremely rare disease. At the age of 6 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 →

  • 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 →

  • Butler Family & Friends Fund – Birds of a Feather

    Providing Opportunities for Creative Expression York Butler, a gifted artist and copper craftsman, was fighting a battle with cancer in 2006. His sister Jill, an artist in her own right, was grappling with a sense of uselessness, an inability to do something meaningful to support her brother. As she sat with him, she asked a Read More →

  • Katchen Coley Conservation Fund

    A Legacy of Activism With a journalist’s instinct for information, a global appreciation for life, and a passion for helping today while preserving for tomorrow – it is no wonder Katherine “Katchen” Coley thrived as an activist and advocate. While Katchen’s life took her around the world, it was in Middletown and Middlesex County that 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 →

  • Wiltsie Family Fund

    GIVING IS A FAMILY AFFAIR Rachel Wiltsie is no stranger to the Community Foundation. She, and her late husband, Chuck, believed in giving back. They felt so blessed and had a strong desire to share their good fortune with those in need. They found a way to put their hearts and passions into action by Read More →

  • Sallie and Robert Boody Fund

    Sallie and Robert Boody celebrate all their community has to offer. They know that even the smallest gift can make a big difference in the lives of their neighbors. They believe giving is simple – a box of cereal to a food pantry; a sweater to a shelter; a ticket to a community art show; Read More →

  • Shamrock Fund

    Who hasn’t enjoyed a breakfast or lunch at O’Rourke’s Diner, an institution of Middlesex County! Brian O’Rourke is an institution, too, and is known for his extraordinary generosity and giving ways. Brian vividly remembers how his community came to his aid in a time of crisis. Brian knows how a group of dedicated caring, individuals Read More →

  • Dutch Oil Benevolence Fund

    LIVE LOCAL BUY LOCAL LEADS TO LIVE LOCAL GIVE LOCAL Many companies offer rewards programs but Dutch Oil Company in Moodus is truly unique. A family-owned and operated business, Dutch Oil believes in supporting their customers through services and in thanking them for their business with a customer loyalty program. Customer/business loyalty took a new Read More →