The following stories were created by The Community Foundation to highlight local nonprofits and the impact they have throughout Greater New Haven. Many of the nonprofits highlighted here have profiles on The Foundation's website giveGreater.org, a resource created by The Foundation for donors to learn more about and support local nonprofits.
Arts and Ideas Celebrates Immigrants ›
Immigrants are taking center stage at the Arts and Ideas Festival.
C-HIT Digs into Children's Health ›
Connecticut Health I-TEAM (C-HIT) may have one of the state's smallest newsrooms, but it has a big impact. With a reach of more than 1.2 million readers, C-HIT is delivering on its mission of empowering residents to challenge public policy with its deep focus on health and safety issues.
WE ARE Portraits Celebrate Immigrants ›
The art installation "WE ARE—A Nation of Immigrants" transformed the New Haven Green and buildings throughout the city into a public celebration of the rich diversity and contributions of immigrants past and present.
Young Immigrants Turn Dreams into Action ›
Connecticut Students for a Dream see local victories in campaign for immigrant rights.
Relaunched Schooner Has Wind in its Sails ›
Two years after becoming a signature program of the New Haven Land Trust, Schooner Camp is planning to double in size, a remarkable turnaround for the popular sailing and coastal exploration program.
Nonprofits Inspire Local Giving ›
Greater New Haven nonprofits inspire the community during The Great Give 2018®
Red Cross Sounds the Alarm for Smoke Detectors ›
On April 28, Red Cross volunteers aim to install 1,000 smoke detectors in New Haven.
In the aftermath of hurricanes Irma and Maria, Connecticut welcomed thousands of Puerto Ricans who had lost everything. For many of these fellow American citizens, the crisis is far from over.
Edward A. Bouchet became the first Black American PhD, just twelve years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. The Promising Scholars Edward A. Bouchet Scholarship honors his legacy.
Booker T. Washington Academy was launched four years ago with a mission to create a high-achieving school for children from disadvantaged neighborhoods. The results are showing.