​​● Fondersmith and Summertime for Kids grants due March 20 by 5 pm.

​​​​● WEL Dolly Parton Imagination Library Luncheon scheduled for April 4 has been postponed

​​● Donate now for the Coronavirus Emergency Fund.  Non-profit organizations can apply for     funding with the Coronavirus Emergency Fund Application.

​​​● Middletown Community Foundation "passes the book" to MidPointe Library. Read more about the     new Dolly Parton Imagination Library.

The Middletown Community Foundation, serving Franklin, Madison, Middletown, Monroe and Trenton announced  that the Board of Trustees will establish a Coronavirus Emergency Fund to provide grants to area nonprofits helping individuals and families adversely effected by the Coronavirus crisis. 
Says Traci Barnett, executive director of MCF, “the Trustees have allocated an initial $50,000 in funding and will be asking community members to donate to the fund with the goal of reaching a minimum of $100,000.  The process for area nonprofits to apply for the emergency funding will be streamlined, requiring only a one-page grant application.  Decisions for grant funding will be made on a rolling basis, and the Foundation will keep the process nimble and efficient”.
Contributions to the Coronavirus Emergency Fund (CEF) should be made payable to the Middletown Community Foundation, 300 N. Main Street, Suite 300, Middletown, OH 45042. Indicate "CEF" in the memo.

Coronavirus Emergency Fund

The Middletown Community Foundation is a nonprofit, community corporation created by and for the people of the greater Middletown area. We are here to help our donors make a positive impact on their community.

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