Boost Economic Success

A strong economy begins with a community that supports its people. When you support workforce training, financial literacy and public transportation, you enable individuals and families to work where they live, increasing their chances of economic success and deepening their investment in the community. 


Prosperity in suburban towns increasingly depends upon the growing number of good jobs in the City of New Haven. But job access and unemployment continue to be top concerns within many neighborhoods.

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Investing With a Gender Lens »


In philanthropy and the private sector, there is a growing movement to direct financial and human resources into supporting women and girls, expanding their leadership opportunities, and challenging the traditional roles and expectations of both women and men.

Transportation Barriers to Employment »


In thousands Greater New Haven households, the primary wage earners have no way to travel to a majority of the jobs in the region. Either they do not have a car or public transportation will not take them where they would need to go, according to the report, How Transportation Problems Keep People Out of the Workforce in Greater New Haven.

New Report Sheds Light on the Impact of Immigration in Greater New Haven »


This report highlights the rapid demographic transformation of the region driven by immigration in the past two decades and the significant economic contributions, particularly in small business creation, of this diverse population.

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Employable for the Long Term

With the help of a grant from The Community Foundation, STRIVE New Haven is focusing on creating long-term employment success for its graduates. Read More »

ConnCAT's Two Years Show Results

The Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology (ConnCAT) is providing pathways to industry training and job placement. Read More »

Teaching Youth to 'Own Their Economic Success'

Junior Achievement of Southwest New England helps students relate “what they learn” to “what they earn”. Read More »


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