Become a Member   MCF Award Nominations Sought
The Middletown Community Foundation is seeking nominations by October 9 for two of its annual community volunteer awards. 
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so you don't miss our  
Annual Meeting
November 12th  
at the Miami Valley Gaming Racino    
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The Latest News from The Middletown Community Foundation:         Of interest:
Foundation Board approves nearly $200,000 grant awards (read more)


The 2015 application for High School students is now available
(click here for application information)

AK Steel Sons & Daughters Scholarship application now available
(click here for application information) Applications due December 31st 2014

Myers Leaves Largest Gift In Middletown Community Foundation History
$5.2 million bequest from the estate of Dr. James R. Myers. (read more)

MCF Ranks No. 1 In Ohio
The Middletown Community Foundation last year was the most active community foundation in Ohio and one of the 25 most active in the nation, according to a national study released recently. (Read More)

MCF passes $1 million in scholarships awarded in a single year.
The Middletown Community Foundation will this year for the first time pass $1 million in scholarships awarded in a single year, including its first-ever six-figure scholarship award. (Read More)

Foundation announces summer 2014 grant recipients
(Read More)

Franklin Added to Imagination Library Book Program
Children under age 5 living in the Franklin City School District may now register for free books from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, thanks to the Middletown Community Foundation. (Read More)

           2014 Annual Report to our Community

         Watch our 2014 Annual Meeting

         "Did you Know...?"
A report on MCF achievements.

          Read our June 2015 Newsletter, On-Line


Driving around the area, you might spot the start of the first-ever major marketing campaign of the Middletown Community Foundation, as billboards recently went up to encourage parents to enroll in our local Dolly Parton's Imagination Library and to encourage high school seniors to apply for our college scholarship program.

Below are the web versions of those billboards. Click each one for more information about its associated program.
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