The following stories 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.

Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers Helps Seniors Age in Place ›

Neighbor-helping-neighbor model supports independent living.

Teens Have "Most Fun Ever" on Milford Stage ›

Pantochino's summer theater program gives young actors a professional experience.

CWEALF Advances Rights for Women ›

Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF) empowers women through direct legal services and strategic policy work.

Neighborhood Music School Builds Community and Inspires Personal Growth ›

Neighborhood Music School has engaged students throughout the pandemic while refocusing its attention to its founding values.

Behavioral Health Access Expands on Shoreline and in New Haven ›

Fair Haven Community Health responds to growing need for services.

Women’s Health Research at Yale Advances Equity in Medicine ›

Women’s Health Research at Yale is changing science to address the health needs of women and improve outcomes for everyone. Recent work funded by The Community Foundation is developing heart disease treatment that accurately responds to the biology and experiences of women.

Shubert Serves Community During COVID Intermission ›

Theater company adapts, survives and gives back.

Madison Lyric Stage Brings Down the House and Raises Money for Pride Center ›

Proceeds of summer production to benefit LGBTQ+ youth.

Teens Seek Healing Through Shakespeare ›

Working with Elm Shakespeare Company, local teens with Ice the Beef confront real traumas while producing an original live version of Romeo and Juliet.

Community Soup Kitchen Grows Under New Director ›

Joshua Lamarr Watkins is named Executive Director.

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