News & Events
Pictured above: Two years after becoming a signature program of the New Haven Land Trust, Schooner Camp is planning to double in size in 2018.
Informing and engaging the community are primary ways we fulfill our mission to create positive and sustainable change in Greater New Haven.
Raises $3.5+ Million for Greater New Haven
The Greater New Haven COVID-19 Community Fund is now accepting applications for grant funding.
April 30, 2020: COVID-19 Responses Update
NOTICE: Until further notice, all events will take place online (not in person). Please visit www.cfgnh.org/covid-19 for the most up-to-date information, including plans around event cancellations, postponements or adjustments.
With Shefau of Zen Zilla Yoga and Wellness - Recorded on May 12 and May 26, 2020
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Nonprofits are being stretched and challenged in ways they have never encountered. Learn about resources on how to survive and eventually emerge stronger than ever.
Recaps and highlights of past Foundation events, convenings and small briefings.
The Foundation's donor briefing series offers in-depth presentations and discussions about issues impacting our community, such as immigration, media, arts sustainability and health care access.
A discussion with Marcella Nunez-Smith, MD, MHS.
Steve Werlin, Executive Director of Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen, discusses the growing need for food relief.
On April 8, President and CEO Will Ginsberg and Senior Vice President for Grantmaking and Strategy Christina Ciociola provided donors with an update on The Community Foundation’s response to COVID-19.
Foundation donors thanked and celebrated for their generosity and community commitment over lunch at the Jewish Community Center of Greater New Haven.
PLF hosted an engaging conversation with former Congressman Luis V. Gutiérrez who he shared insights on his continuing advocacy for immigration reform and immigrant rights, Veteran's issues, workers' rights, LGBTQ+ rights and gender equality.
The Community Foundation forum, "Creating a Future of Opportunity," turned out more than 200 community leaders and residents from diverse backgrounds, professions and ages to exchange ideas for creating more opportunity for Greater New Haven residents.
The Progreso Latino Fund held a courageous conversation on Black Latinx with Ingrid M. Canady at their Latino leaders networking event on Sept. 16, 2019,
The consequences of undervaluing care work and policy strategies for improving the lives of care workers were the focus of an in-depth panel discussion hosted by the Community Fund for Women & Girls on June 20 at its 2019 Annual Meeting.
Community Foundation leaders presented a vision for creating access to opportunity for everyone.
The Foundation hosted donors and a panel of local addiction specialists to discuss the roots of the opioid crisis and the local response.