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

Youth Continuum Works to End Youth Homelessness ›

The area's lead agency for at-risk and homeless youth plans to open a new shelter in 2022.

ARTE Engages Youth Throughout Pandemic ›

The educational enrichment nonprofit that focusses on local Latino youth moved its Saturday Academy online, and saw a huge success.

Connecticut Veterans Legal Center Fights for Those Who Served ›

Legal advocates challenge disparities caused by the military's treatment of veterans.

Supporting Survivors ›

Greater New Haven advocates respond to the amplified dangers of domestic violence and sexual assault during COVID-19.

New Home for New Reach Creates Innovative “Hub” To End Homelessness ›

A new campus will increase public awareness and knowledge of proven interventions to address poverty and homelessness.

Cheshire Land Trust Plants Pollinator Pathway ›

Volunteers beautify an abandoned strip and restore the habitat.

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.

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