Give the gift of help to a child in our community, while giving the
gift of a cuddly
buddy to a child in your life! Buy a Ready Teddy teddy bear from the
Middletown Community Foundation. All proceeds support Ready!: The
Campaign for Our Kids’ Future at the Middletown Community Foundation.
For $20, you get a fluffy superhero bear in mask and cape to save the
day, and you earn one entry in a contest the Middletown Community
Foundation will hold in summer 2017. Grand prize a Great Wolf
Lodge getaway, second prize a Newport bed and breakfast getaway, and
third prize a dine-around-Middletown package. Total estimated value of
all three prizes is approximately $3,000. Contest sponsored by I-75 Pierson
You also have the
option of buying a bear for a needy child in our community for $20,
and the bear will be donated by the Middletown Community Foundation to
a local charity serving children.
For $150, our Superhero Team package, you receive Ready Teddy along
with two of his pals, Giving Giraffe and Eloquent Elephant, and 10
entries in the contest for the mysterious but spectacular grand prize!
Also, our big costumed Ready Teddy is available for a birthday party
package, complete with a stuffed teddy for each attending child.
Contact our office at 513-424-7369 for more information.
Stuffed bears are being sold in our
offices on the second floor of
300 North Main Street in Middletown as well as at various festivals
and events throughout the community.
Ready! The Campaign for Our Kids’
Future is a comprehensive community-wide collaboration to improve
student performance and educational attainment in the Edgewood,
Franklin, Madison, Monroe, and Middletown School Districts.
Ready! is the culmination of a
community-wide visioning and strategic planning process led by the
Middletown Community Foundation over a three-year period involving
several experts in the field and representation from local early
childhood education practitioners, our region’s major employers, our
area school districts, and community leaders. Nearly 100 people
volunteered their time, donating more than 7,000
man-hours of service
to research the problems facing our local education system, identify
research-based national best practices that have worked elsewhere, and
determine which are best tailored for our local families. Click
HERE to learn more