Music Haven Keeps the Music Going ›

Young musicians continue to play chamber music as Music Haven adapts its programming to the pandemic.

Student-led Nonprofit Brings Telemedicine Access to the Vulnerable ›

Since its March launch, TeleHealth Access for Seniors has delivered 2,000 devices to seniors and low-income patients in Greater New Haven and around the country.

Food, Shelter and Compassion ›

Beth El, the only provider of emergency shelter and food services in Milford, ramps up its efforts during COVID-19.

Doctors Prescribe Reading to Young Children ›

Reach Out and Read continues to make books and reading part of well-child visits during the pandemic.

Leaders of Today ›

At the heart of Citywide Youth Coalition's mission is creating opportunities for young people to develop leadership skills and be engaged in their schools, neighborhoods and communities.

Youth Counseling Online Becomes a Lifeline ›

Leadership, Education and Athletics in Partnership, Inc. (LEAP) counselors help young people stay engaged during the pandemic.

The Doctor is "Dialed" In ›

Greater New Haven community health agencies are staying connected with vulnerable clients and patients online and on the phone.

Clifford Beer Offers Relief During Social Isolation ›

Clifford Beers Clinic is helping people feel connected during these times of social isolation with a new “warm line.”

Youth Expression Through The Word ›

During a recent grant from The Community Foundation, The Word worked with 16 different public school classes and about 100 English Language Learners.

Portals to the Past ›

This rich history of the Quinnipiac River is explored in a photographic series on thequinnipiacriver.com, the website for The Quinnipiac River Fund. The series pairs historic with present-day photos, and features the iconic Grand Avenue Bridge.

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