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, a resource created by The Foundation for donors to learn more about and support local nonprofits.

Resolving conflict through mutual respect ›

For more than three decades, Community Mediation has helped people peacefully resolve their conflicts.

Greater New Haven Community Index 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.

Mothers and Daughters for Justice ›

The grassroots advocacy group launches a program for young women.

Success on the field and in the classroom ›

Elm City Internationals combines passion for soccer with academic success among first-generation immigrant children in New Haven.

Abilities Without Boundaries ›

For more than 30 years, Abilities Without Boundaries has helped adults with intellectual disabilities find jobs and lead fulfilling lives.

Arts for the People ›

Decades strong, the Valley Arts Council showcases paintings, sculptures and photos from local artists

A Cool Place to Do Cool Things ›

Connecticut's oldest independent circulating library is a center of culture in New Haven.

Lending a Helping Hand, Home and Abroad ›

The Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven is the central organization and resource center for communal planning, outreach and Jewish education, both locally and abroad.

Chorus Sings Their Way into the Hearts of the Community ›

The Wallingford Chorus is bringing their love for choral music to the community.

Helping Families: One Home at a Time ›

Family CT provides an array of services to parents such as parenting education, domestic violence counseling and substance abuse treatment

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