Below are just several of the past grant recipients. If you or your organization would like to apply for a grant, please review our grant application process.


Tiny Tim Fund Receives Grant

The Fanwood Community Foundation presented a Grant check for $500 to the Tiny Tim Fund on August 2, 2019. The Tiny Tim Fund is a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to children of Scotch Plains and Fanwood in need of medical or dental services, psychological testing, prescriptions or medical supplies and equipment. The organization is run by a volunteer board of trustees and has been supporting local families in need since 1983. Pictured are members of Tiny Tim Fund, Mari and Monk McDevitt, Flavia Blechinger, Peter Chemidlin - President of FCF, Carol Kiley, Bernadette Hoyer and Barbara Anilo.

Caring Contact Receives Grant

Fanwood Community Foundation's Peter Chemidlin presents a $1000 grant check to Caring Contact's Janet Sarkos - Executive Director and Robert Evans - Board President!

Fanwood Rescue Squad Receives Grant

On Monday June 24th, the Fanwood Community Foundation presented a donation to the Fanwood Rescue Squad. The Fanwood Rescue Squad will use the generous donation to purchase high-visibility safety vests. From left to right: Nam-June Joe (FRS Treasurer), Edward Winsor (FRS President), Nancy Magelinski (FCF Vice-President), Peter Chemidlin (FCF President), Patty Buckridee (FRS Captain), Rosie Canenguez (FRS), Shreya Kachroo (FRS Sergeant)

Fanwood Volunteer Fire Department Receives Grant

Another Grant check picture to Fanwood Volunteer Fire Department for $1,000. Left to right: 2nd Assistant Chief: Steve Szanto, Peter Chemidlin: FCF President, Nancy Magelinski : FCF Vice President, Stephen Magelinski: FCF Secretary. 1st Assistant Chief: Dave Zawodniak

Scotch Plains Fanwood High School Project Graduation

Last week the Fanwood Community Foundation presented a check for $500.00 to Yvette Speranza and Michelle Cappuccio of the Scotch Plains Fanwood High School PTA in support of Project Graduation. Project Graduation is a lock-in chemical free event filled with fun activities given to the graduating class through generous support by their parents and our community. The Fanwood Community Foundation strongly supports their efforts to provide a safe celebratory environment.


Fire Department

Fanwood Fire Department Receives Donation

Fire Department

Fanwood Volunteer Fire Department

Fanwood Millennium Clock Committee

Fanwood Millennium Clock Committee

Fanwood Rescue Squad

Fanwood Rescue Squad

Fanwood Memorial Library - Gap Project

Fanwood Memorial Library - Gap Project

TV 35

TV 35

Resolve Community Counseling Center

Scotch Plains-Fanwood Baseball League

Fanwood Pocket Park Committee

YMCA Brick Capital Campaign

Donald De Nitzo Fund

Heart for Humanity

Fanwood Youth Organization

The Center for Women and Families