Update: While The Foundation office space is closed to visitors, staff are working during normal business hours Monday through Friday and are available by phone or email. See our staff page for contact information. Questions about charitable giving? Contact our development staff.

Stepping Forward

A commitment to our community to address the impact of COVID and to advance racial equity

Imagine the possibilities

Let's work together to build a community of opportunity - now and forever

Thank You Greater New Haven

Another Great Give event has produced more than $3.3 million for our community

Help move resources quickly

to our region's nonprofits and the people they serve most impacted by COVID-19

Recognizing Pride Month

John D. Allen and Keith E. Hyatte for LGBTQ+ Interests Fund

The 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots inspired John Allen, founder of the New Haven Pride Center, and his husband Keith Hyatte, retired director of paint at Long Wharf Theatre, to start thinking about their legacy.

Strengthening Nonprofits

Over $3.3 Million Has Been Raised for Greater New Haven Nonprofits

The Great Give® 2021 ended on a high note with the second highest total ever raised.

Donor Briefing

Land Use, Segregation and the Affordable Housing Crisis

A panel of housing reform activists discuss the movement that is working to make housing more affordable and break open barriers to economic opportunity.

COVID-19 Relief & Recovery

Keeping Our Community Healthy, Safe and Informed

The Foundation office at 70 Audubon is closed to visitors due to COVID-19, but staff is available online for business during normal hours. Please click below for more on The Foundation's response to help our community.

Opportunity and Equity

The Partnership Loan Program

Relief and recovery resources for minority- and women-owned businesses in Greater New Haven.


Measuring the unequal impact of COVID-19 and proposals for equitable solutions

Essential Equity: Women, COVID-19 and Rebuilding CT documents the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on women and girls - particularly on women and girls of color.