The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has established a $100,000 Greater Together Community Fund for the Town of Wethersfield.

The purpose of the Greater Together Community Funds program is to:

  • support the community in taking ownership around the needs in their towns
  • encourage broad and inclusive civic engagement and
  • anchor the Hartford Foundation in each town.

Your town has formed an advisory committee to manage a participatory process to identify your town's needs and allocate community funds.

Questions about the Wethersfield Greater Together Community Fund? Email

Grant Awards 

View Wethersfield's Second Round Grant Awards (2022) 

In 2022 the Wethersfield Greater Together Fund made grants to seven community organizations to benefit the residents of Wethersfield. 

  • Friends of Kycia Farm to support restoration of the community greenhouse at Kycia Farm
  • Friends of the Eleanor Buck Wolf Nature Center to support outdoor seating, accessories to provide ADHA accessibility, and security for the pavilion
  • Operation Fuel, Inc. to support Emergency Energy Assistance for Wethersfield residents
  • Richard M Keane Foundation, Inc. to support the Keane Hands-On Learning program
  • The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum to support the the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum Summer Music Series
  • Time's Fool Company to support Time's Fool presents Macbeth
  • Wethersfield Early Childhood Collaborative to support tuition for pre-K programming
View Wethersfield's Inaugural Grant Awards (2021) 

In July, 2021, the Wethersfield Greater Together Fund made inaugural grants to seven community organizations to benefit the residents of Wethersfield. 

Advisory Committee Members

The role of the Advisory Committee is to design and lead an inclusive process to identify the needs in your community, and design a grantmaking process aimed to ensure that the Greater Together Community Funds can have the greatest impact for the benefit of town residents.

The Advisory Committee members for your town are:

Suzanne Aber, Debra Cohen, Mary Dunn, Stephen Haynes, Michael Hughes, Elisee Sinha, Bonnie Weyland Smith, Christine Traczyk, and Scott Wands

Click here to read the Advisory Committee Conflict of Interest Policy

For media inquiries, please contact Chris Senecal at

Background Information

The advisory committee administered a survey from January 24th to March 1st, 2021.  Based on the information provided from the survey, the committee was able to detemine the greatest areas of concern for Wethersfield residents were:

  • Support Services, including but not limited to: food assistance, energy assistance, at-risk youth programs, support for victims of domestic violence, support for disabled, elderly, or low-income residents
  • Mental Health Services
  • Public Safety
  • Diversity and Equity
  • Food Insecurity
  • Affordable Childcare
  • Economic Development

Learn more about the Wethersfield Greater Together Community Fund Prioritization Survey Outcomes and view the demographic results.