Reports and Publications
Data to Strengthen Greater New Haven
The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven offers these reports and publications to inform you about recent trends, social needs and community strengths in the region.
A data report on the health, wellbeing and access to opportunity of different populations in Greater New Haven.
Greater New Haven Community Index 2019: Understanding Well-Being, Economic Opportunity, and Change in Greater New Haven Neighborhoods is a comprehensive, 120-page report with over 85 data graphics that describe the communities and neighborhoods that make up the Greater New Haven region, and uncover the opportunities and issues facing our area.
The Guilford Community Report 2017 highlights the latest demographic, economic, educational, health, and well-being data and trends for the town.
The Branford Community Report 2017 highlights the latest demographic, economic, educational, health, and well-being data and trends for the town.
The Community Progress Report uses the latest economic, demographic, educational, health, and well-being data to provide benchmarks that identify strengths to build on and challenges that need to be addressed.
The Greater New Haven Community Index 2016 offers a statewide and regional picture of a variety of issues allows community organizations to better understand the often uneven distribution of opportunities and resources, and inequities in areas such as public health and education.
This report highlights the rapid demographic transformation of the region driven by immigration in the past two decades and the significant economic contributions, particularly in small business creation, of this diverse population.
Calibrating The Community: Data to Strengethen Greater New Haven provides a portrait of our region through the framework of eight interconnected issue areas that are critical to the prosperity and health of our region's people, economy, and civic life.
The State of the Nonprofit Sector in Greater New Haven 2013 assesses the impact of the economic downturn on local nonprofits. While the nonprofit sector is now on more solid financial footing, organizations continue to be challenged to meet an escalating demand for their services.