Fund Catalog

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  • Greater Middletown Military Museum

    Local Military History Gets a Home Since 2003, a group of local veterans has been working on a project close to their collective hearts. They believe that as a community, we have an obligation to our veterans to preserve our region’s military history, stories, documents, equipment, and so much more for all to learn from 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 →

  • 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 →

  • Sonya and Jeff Madoff Fund

    Our friends and neighbors have a deep and heartfelt commitment to Middlesex County and work tirelessly together to find so many ways to help their community today … and forever. One way these remarkable individuals are helping our community is establishing an Unrestricted Fund at CFMC. Unrestricted Funds allow the Community Foundation to respond to Read More →

  • Elizabeth Swaim Arts Enrichment Fund

    The Elizabeth Swaim Arts Enrichment Fund supports Middletown Public School arts enrichment programs for K through 12 students. Grants support the Elizabeth Swaim After School Strings Program, the Middletown Public Schools Cultural Council programming, and field trips, attendance at performances, and bringing artists/performers to the Middletown schools.

  • The Arts Fund

    Celebrating All Things ARTS Established in 1999, long-time Arts supporter, Derry D’Oench, established this fund to support the Arts countywide. The Arts Fund enriches the quality of life in Middlesex County by supporting programs and organizations offering participatory and audience-oriented artistic activities.

  • Interfaith Community Circle of Leadership Fund

    Golf is a Game of Faith… (and a little bit of practice, of course)… on so many levels If you’re a golfer, you know that it takes faith that your next round will be good – even great. If you’re not a golfer, you probably know a golfer and understand that at the heart of Read More →

  • James Family Documentary Fund

    A Family’s Legacy Takes A New Shape Journalist, community volunteer and former CFMC board member Elisabeth Petry received an amazing gift from her mother, acclaimed author Ann Petry —  a cookie tin containing over 400 letters and photographs handed down through five generations of family. When Liz shared what she found with her cousins Ashley Read More →

  • Ann and George Petry Fund

    Liz Petry has many descriptors – Middlesex County resident, attorney, journalist, author, and community volunteer … early CFMC Board member and founding member of CFMC’s Sari A. Rosenbaum Fund for Women & Girls. Most importantly, though, Liz is a person who embraces her family history and appreciates the love her parents had for the arts. 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 →

  • 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 →

  • Animals: Respect and Friendship Fund

    A new Fund has been established at the Community Foundation. The news was greeted by woofs, chirps, peeps, clucks, meows, gobbles, (and more)! In 2008, a family of animal lovers established ARF, Animals: Respect Friendship, an endowed, community based Fund dedicated to helping animals and their human friends in Middlesex County. This family believes that 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 →

  • At-Risk Boys & Young Men Fund

    The Community Foundation idea is a simple one: anyone – or any group – can be a philanthropist; anyone may partner with the Community Foundation to give something back to the community: To Impact Lives To Help Others To Solve a Problem The Community Foundation of Middlesex County puts hearts into action and money to Read More →

  • Guilford Savings Bank Charitable Fund

    Community Ambassadors At Work Guilford Savings Bank and its employees are well-known for their community involvement. As we like to say at the Community Foundation of Middlesex County, “They get it.” They know that everything that happens in our community – the successes, the hardships, the good, and the difficult – affect each and every Read More →