Fairfield County Community Foundation Inc.



The Fairfield County Community Foundation was formed in 1992 when five smaller foundations merged. The Danbury, Greenwich, Stamford and Five Town (comprised of Westport, Wilton, Weston, Norwalk and Darien) foundations, and the Fairfield County Foundation (which was part of the New York Community Trust), merged to better serve their communities and Fairfield County.


Over 15 years, thanks to the generosity of fundholders and contributors, the Foundation has awarded more than $62 million in grants that have helped prepare preschoolers to thrive in kindergarten, kept the elderly in their homes, provided health care to the ill and uninsured, cultivated a new generation of artists, protected our environment and much more.


Web Address

www.fccfoundation.org

Social Media Links

Twitter - @fccfoundation

Recent News from Fairfield County Community Foundation


'So much need:' Charity CEO offers 10 ways to help those struggling with COVID-19 pandemic
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

Established by The Community Foundation in partnership with the United Way of Greater New Haven, the COVID-19 Community Fund is...more

Ms President US receiver of $4200 grant from foundation
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

Ms President US, a girls' civic leadership program based in Ridgefield, has received a $4,200 grant from the Fairfield County Community...more

Ridgefield-based Ms President US Receives Grant from Fairfield County Community Foundation's ...
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

Ms President US, a girls' civic leadership program based in Ridgefield received a $4,200 grant from the Fairfield County Community...more

Nonprofits rely on virtual fundraising through community funds as COVID cancels in-person events
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation, New Canaan Community Foundation

The program was made possible through with funds raised during the Fairfield County Community Foundation's annual Giving Day this...more

Agencies Lend Their Talents To Get-Out-The-Vote Campaigns
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

Connecticut's Fairfield County's Community Foundation (FCCF) teamed with pro bono agency Haddad & Partners to launch the...more

Wilton letter: Two nonprofits have met the challenge of these times
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

Fairfield County Community Foundation's COVID-19 Resiliency Fund awarded Circle of Care a grant of $5,000 to support its Lifeline Emergency...more

Letter: Thank You Greenwich Nonprofits
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

Fairfield County Community Foundation's COVID-19 Resiliency Fund awarded the following Greenwich nonprofits grant funding: Abilis, Inc., Boys...more

Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield receives a $7000 grant from the Fairfield County Community ...
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

We are so grateful to the Fairfield County Community Foundation for helping us to meet the basic needs of the families who need us,” said Mike...more

Boys & Girls Club receives grant from FCCF
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

The Boys & Girls Club of Ridgefield received a $7,000 grant from the Fairfield County Community Foundation to provide for the basic needs of...more

Community calls for justice for service workers
Foundation: Fairfield County Community Foundation

The building in question, which houses the Fairfield County Community Foundation and eyewear designer L'Amy, was recently bought by the...more



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