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Apple Ford Donates $400,000 to Community Foundation of Howard County
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Apple Ford Donates $400,000 to Community Foundation of Howard County

Community Foundation to move to The Apple Ford Center at Athol Manor this fall The Community Foundation of Howard County, which raises, manages and distributes funds to support Howard County nonprofits, received $400,000 from Apple Ford, a car dealership in Columbia, for the foundation’s endowed fund supporting the mission and operating costs of the foundation…

Endow Maryland Tax Credit Program Open for 2021
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Endow Maryland Tax Credit Program Open for 2021

Want to be rewarded for helping to build permanent charitable funds that benefit Howard County such as our Next 50 Campaign? Participate in Endow Maryland, and give back to your community in a meaningful and lasting way. How It Works Endow Maryland is a state tax credit that rewards donors who help build permanent, endowed…

Hima and Rajiv Jain Establish the Jain Matching Fund for India COVID Relief
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Hima and Rajiv Jain Establish the Jain Matching Fund for India COVID Relief

Did You Know . . . That the largest group of foreign-born residents in Howard County are classified by the Asian Indian. The second largest group of foreign-born residents are Korean. That in India more than a million cases of COVID-19 were recorded over three days alone, and thousands have died.  That hospitals and medical…

Thank You to Our Spring Party Sponsors
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Thank You to Our Spring Party Sponsors

The Community Foundation of Howard County would like to recognize and thank our tremendous sponsors who helped make our 2021 virtual Spring Party a big success: Our Presenting Sponsor: Apple Ford. Apple Ford and the Doetsch Family went above and beyond with their support to ensure this evening is a success for the foundation. Our…

Lance Christopher Mercy Scholar-Athlete Scholarship Established at CFHoCo
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Lance Christopher Mercy Scholar-Athlete Scholarship Established at CFHoCo

The endowed scholarship will be awarded in perpetuity to a River Hill HS student The family of Lance Mercy has established a new endowed scholarship at the Community Foundation of Howard County. The Lance Christopher Mercy Scholar-Athlete Scholarship will award a minimum of $1,000 each year to a graduating senior at River Hill High School.…

2021 Spring Party!
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2021 Spring Party!

Join us for the premier networking event of the season – the annual Community Foundation of Howard County Spring Party! The business and nonprofit communities will gather – virtually – for this always-fun evening of networking and socializing with CFHoCo’s incredible donors, friends and community leaders. THE EVENING WILL FEATURE: We’ll be announcing the foundation’s…

One Woman’s Perspective on Black Lives Matter
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One Woman’s Perspective on Black Lives Matter

Growing up in Washington, D.C. from the days of overt segregation in the 1950’s and 60’s, through the civil rights movement during the late 60’s and 70’s, I grew accustomed to images of brutality against Blacks. On August 28, 1955, 14-year-old Emmett Till was accused of flirting with a 21-year old White woman in a store…

CFHoCo “Did You Know” Podcast with Ying Matties
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CFHoCo “Did You Know” Podcast with Ying Matties

(photo credit to @StopHateinHoCo) Welcome to “CFHoCo Did You Know,” a podcast that shines a light on significant issues in our community and seeks to connect people, places and organizations to worthy causes across Howard County, Maryland, and beyond. On this episode of the CFHoCo “Did You Know” podcast, Beverly White-Seals, the president and CEO…

The Foundation Remembers Tommy Mulitz
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The Foundation Remembers Tommy Mulitz

It is with heavy hearts that the Community Foundation of Howard County shares the passing of Thomas C. Mulitz. Mr. Mulitz, passed away on Thursday, April 8. Known to most as Tommy, he and his wife Shelley Gudelsky Mulitz have been active in Howard County philanthropic circles for decades. The couple opened an endowed, unrestricted…