Inspiration Monday Stories

Inspiration Monday Stories

The following stories were created by The Community Foundation to highlight local nonprofits and the impact they have throughout  Greater New Haven. The stories are posted and shared online each Monday afternoon. 

Access to Healthy Food and Food Start-ups Expands with Nonprofit Merger »


As a combined organization, New Haven Farms and New Haven Land Truts will make green space more accessible to all city residents, thereby creating a healthy environment that will promote community social connections, physical activity, and positive health outcomes.

Ability Beyond Empowers Independence »


Longtime nonprofit helps adults of all abilities live and work in the community.

High Quality Childcare for Teenage Parents »


Student Parenting and Family Services provides high-quality care and support for high school parents and their families.

Pequeñas Ligas: A Youth and Family Center Without Walls »


For more than two decades, Pequeñas Ligas Hispanas de New Haven has made the city’s extensive athletic and cultural resources accessible to Latino children and youth from low-income families.

Arte Celebrates Youth and Hispanic Heritage  »


Every year during Hispanic Heritage Month, ARTE Inc. enlivens New Haven with a full slate of events that showcase the community’s vibrant Latinx culture.

¡Adelante! America Prepares Next Generation of Leaders »


Spanish Community of Wallingford (SCOW) is helping Latino youth step out of their comfort zones, take on community projects and develop into the next generation of leaders.

Junta Turns 50 »


Latino advocacy and services organization continues to evolve.

Community Greenspace Turns 25 »


Celebrating 25 years of Community Greenspace

Lawyers Fight Wage Theft »


Over a recent three-year grant from The Community Foundation, New Haven Legal Assistance Assocaiation expanded its efforts to combat wage theft and other workplace abuses.

Building Affordable Housing and Stabilizing Neighborhoods »


Habitat for Humanity of Greater New Haven has a long history of reversing blight and stabilizing neighborhoods as it builds and renovates homes for low-income families.

How can we help?

Matt Higbee

Research and Communications Officer 203-777-7093 Email Matt


70 Audubon Street
New Haven, CT 06510



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