Thank you for supporting our community.

You can contribute online to any of The Community Foundation’s charitable funds safely and securely by credit card. Your gift is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law, and you will receive an acknowledgment electronically for your tax records. The fund that receives a credit card gift will incur the transaction fee assessed by the credit card processing company; this fee does not reduce the deductibility of the contribution. If you prefer to make a gift by check, please make check payable to The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven (write the name of the Fund in the memo line), 70 Audubon Street, New Haven CT 06510. Gifts received that do not specify a fund will be attributed to The Community Foundation's Community Now Fund.

Learn more about other ways to give.

Claudia and James Barber Legacy Fund for New Haven Youth

Est. 2022 by Coach Barber's Track and Field Alumni

Basic Needs Fund

To help ensure that the most basic human needs of food and water, safety and shelter, and access to essential services are available with compassion to everyone.

Black Futures Fund

To advance racial equity in Greater New Haven and to tackle the structures that contribute to racial disparities in our community

Civic Engagement and Awareness Fund

To encourage and promote widespread civic awareness and engagement

Community Fund for Women and Girls

Dedicated to the advancement of women and girls through education, research, advocacy and women's philanthropy

Community Now Fund

For immediate response to current needs

The Permanent Fund for Greater New Haven

For general gifts to the endowment in support of charitable purposes in Greater New Haven

Progreso Latino Fund

To support the Latino community, invest in the development of Latino leaders, and to bring attention to issues of importance to Latinos

Jonathan Gorham Sustainability Fund

Est. 2020 by Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim

Ocasio Family Fund

Est. July 2022 by Anaika and William Ocasio.

Read Revolution College Book Fund

Est. 2010 by Marc Michaelson and other donors

Silas Orion Fund

Est. 2021 by Lani Rosen and Chris Gallagher