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N2N’s Laurie Heflin Named Beacon Award Winner

Posted Monday November 04, 2013 by admin

The following article originally appeared in theday.com’s Zip06 website. On Oct. 9,...

The following article originally appeared in theday.com’s Zip06 website. On Oct. 9, close to 200 members of the community gathered to celebrate 15 outstanding shoreline stars at Shore Publishing’s first...

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TMF Named to Madison Cares Hall of Fame

Posted Monday November 04, 2013 by admin

On Saturday, Nov. 2, Madison Cares will celebrate its 10th anniversary by...

On Saturday, Nov. 2, Madison Cares will celebrate its 10th anniversary by hosting “A Decade of Building Community”-an evening filled with sights, sounds, and images of the last 10 years...

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Library Introduces iPad Storytime for Pre-Schoolers

Posted Monday November 04, 2013 by admin

The following article originally appeared in theday.com. By Marianne Sullivan – Shore...

The following article originally appeared in theday.com. By Marianne Sullivan – Shore Publishing Scranton Library Children’s Librarian Jane Ash attended a workshop in the spring introducing programs that combined technology,...

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Dalton Golf Tournament Helps Pave Veterans Walk

Posted Monday November 04, 2013 by admin

Maureen Dalton recently presented a check to Doc Swanson of the American...

Maureen Dalton recently presented a check to Doc Swanson of the American Legion. Contributions were from the Peter Dalton Memorial Golf Tournament to The Madison Foundation to help build the...

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Dalton Golf Tournament Helps Pave Veterans Walk

Scout Project Creates New ‘Marsh’ View

Posted Sunday September 15, 2013 by admin

Life Scout Eric Marsh, of Troop 491 at the American Legion Hall...

Life Scout Eric Marsh, of Troop 491 at the American Legion Hall in Madison, received special recognition for his accomplishments at the Shoreline Greenway Trail’s ribbon-cutting ceremony on August 22...

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Scout Project Creates New ‘Marsh’ View

N2N Homebound Delivery Program

Posted Tuesday March 26, 2013 by admin

Neighbor to Neighbor’s Homebound Delivery Program makes sure that N2N’s volunteer drivers...

Neighbor to Neighbor’s Homebound Delivery Program makes sure that N2N’s volunteer drivers are scheduled to make weekly deliveries to the fifteen or more disabled or elderly Madison residents who rely...

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N2N Homebound Delivery Program

Donor-Advised Funds: The Perfect Vehicle for Charitably Minded People Worried about Changing Tax Rules

Posted Saturday March 23, 2013 by admin

Here at the Madison Foundation, we know that not everyone understands the...

Here at the Madison Foundation, we know that not everyone understands the benefits and mechanics of donor-advised funds. So, when we saw the fantastic article MarketWatch.com just wrote about the...

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A Rootin’ Tootin’ Chili Cook-Off!

Posted Saturday March 09, 2013 by admin

What better way to take the chill off of a long cold...

What better way to take the chill off of a long cold winter than to sample some of the finest chili concocted in our area? And better still, the proceeds...

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Jaycees Support The Madison Foundation’s N2N

Posted Tuesday December 18, 2012 by admin

Among other programs, Neighbor to Neighbor provides basic personal care items to...

Among other programs, Neighbor to Neighbor provides basic personal care items to the Madison Food Pantry, Delivers items from the pantry to the homebound and disabled, contributes food and gas...

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Jaycees Support The Madison Foundation’s N2N

Madison Foundation Supports a Place Called Hope

Posted Friday November 30, 2012 by admin

Don Rankin (left) from the Friends of Hammonasset looks on as David...

Don Rankin (left) from the Friends of Hammonasset looks on as David Allen (second from left) from the Madison Foundation gets ready to present a check for $1,000 to Christine...

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Madison Foundation Supports a Place Called Hope