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Data to Strengthen Greater New Haven

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven offers these reports and publications to inform you about recent trends, social needs and community strengths in the region.

Guilford Community Report 2017 »

06.07.2017

The Guilford Community Report 2017 highlights the latest demographic, economic, educational, health, and well-being data and trends for the town.

Branford Community Report 2017 »

06.07.2017

The Branford Community Report 2017 highlights the latest demographic, economic, educational, health, and well-being data and trends for the town.

The Community Progress Report 2016 »

11.29.2016

The Community Progress Report uses the latest economic, demographic, educational, health, and well-being data to provide benchmarks that identify strengths to build on and challenges that need to be addressed.

Greater New Haven Community Index 2016 »

10.17.2016

The Greater New Haven Community Index 2016 offers a statewide and regional picture of a variety of issues allows community organizations to better understand the often uneven distribution of opportunities and resources, and inequities in areas such as public health and education.

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

01.20.2015

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.

Calibrating The Community »

06.16.2014

Calibrating The Community: Data to Strengethen Greater New Haven provides a portrait of our region through the framework of eight interconnected issue areas that are critical to the prosperity and health of our region’s people, economy, and civic life.

State of the Nonprofit Sector 2013 »

10.12.2013

The State of the Nonprofit Sector in Greater New Haven 2013 assesses the impact of the economic downturn on local nonprofits. While the nonprofit sector is now on more solid financial footing, organizations continue to be challenged to meet an escalating demand for their services.

More Reports and Publications 

Learn more about the issues that affect Greater New Haven.

The State of Hunger in New Haven »

01.23.2018

This report published jointly by the Community Alliance for Research and Engagement and the New Haven Food Policy Council presents the data on food insecurity in New Haven, how the community is responding and what more can be done.

Out of Balance: Subsidized Housing, Segregation and Opportunity in Connecticut »

10.02.2017

Open Communities Alliance's September 2017 Out of Balance report shines a light on the opportunity gap in Connecticut and the role subsidized housing policy plays in generating and reinforcing it.

Untapped Potential: Engaging all Connecticut Youth »

07.27.2017

"Untapped Potential: Engaging all Connecticut youth" is an in depth report commissioned by the Dalio Foundation on the causes of and potential solutions to disengagement and disconnection.

2015 Giving in CT $4.66 Billion »

03.02.2016

Lifetime Gifts and Bequests from Individuals Account for 78% of Total

Connecticut Plan to Improve Birth Outcomes »

02.24.2016

The Connecticut Plan to Improve Birth Outcomes includes detailed policy recommendations and priorities to eliminate health disparities related to social inequalities with the goal of lowering the rates of preterm and low-weight births and infant mortality.

Screening For Childhood Trauma »

09.23.2015

This report from the Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut is intended to help child serving systems advance trauma-informed care in order to provide more effective and cost-efficient services that result in better outcomes for all children.

Black Lives Matter: The Schott 50 State Report on Public Education and Black Males »

07.10.2015

Black Lives Matter, this fifth edition of the Schott 50-State Report on Public Education and Black Males, provides a national overview of the state of Black and Latino male students, a state-level analysis highlighting high performing and low-performing states, and a local analysis of school districts with more than 10,000 enrolled Black male students.

Report Profiles New England's Nonprofits »

06.10.2015

This report is the newest and most comprehensive look at nonprofit leadership in New England, with recommendations on what supports are needed to ensure nonprofits succeed in the region.

Transforming an Urban School System »

03.25.2015

The RAND Corporation independent report, "Transforming an Urban School System," finds that both New Haven Promise and School Change reforms are making progress towards their goals and a college-going culture is being cultivated in New Haven public schools.

The Health of Young African American Men »

03.10.2015

JAMA Viewpoint: Young African American men benefit little from U.S. health care. The Journal of American Medical Association commentary co-authored by New Haven Healthy Start Director Kenn Harris.

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