Leadership, Education and Athletics in Partnership, Inc. (LEAP) counselors help young people stay engaged during the pandemic.
Greater New Haven community health agencies are staying connected with vulnerable clients and patients online and on the phone.
Local food agencies have have rapidly transformed their operations to ensure that the hungry continue to be fed during the COVID-19 crisis.
Clifford Beers Clinic is helping people feel connected during these times of social isolation with a new “warm line.”
Pediatric medical providers at Yale New Haven Pediatric Primary Care Center bring more than their stethoscopes into an exam room. They also come baring colorful, age appropriate children’s books.
During a recent grant from The Community Foundation, The Word worked with 16 different public school classes and about 100 English Language Learners.
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.
At LEAP, young people have the opportunity see themselves in high-paying computing occupations writing code and building software.
In two years, Audubon Connecticut created 29 enhanced habitats with native plantings at urban parks and schools throughout New Haven,