The Community Foundation holds Convenings and Donor Briefings throughout the year that bring people together to learn about and discuss issues that impact our local community. Click on the headlines below to read about recent Convenings and Donor Briefings.

Coming Together In Uncertain Times ›

As part of our work with donors this year, The Foundation hosted a series of briefings about issues of importance to the wellbeing of our community.

Greater New Haven Rises to Challenges ›

Community values strongly and emotionally affirmed at The Foundation's convening, "Preserving Our Values and Commitments – A Look at the Challenges of 2017 and How Our Community is Responding."

The Latino Experience: Living in Two Worlds ›

Oct. 18, 2017, The Progreso Latino Fund hosted a Forum featuring actor, writer and comedian Elizardi Castro to benefit the Latino communities recovering from 2017 Hurricanes and Earthquakes.

Community Foundation Shines Light on Incarceration Injustices ›

Convening attended by more than 245 community members

Health Equity Summit ›

National leaders discuss social determinants of health at the New Haven Health Equity Summit.

Celebrating 20 Years of Advancing Women and Girls ›

The Community Fund for Women & Girls celebrated its 20th Anniversary on Friday October 30, 2015 with special guests Gloria Steinem and Teresa Younger.

Convening on Nonprofit Leadership Sept. 15th ›

The Community Foundation and Third Sector ® New England take an important look at the future of nonprofit leadership and sustainability in Greater New Haven.

Progreso Latino Fund Forum ›

Celebrating Latino leadership as a driver of change in our region.

Convening: Violence In Our Community ›

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven and Long Wharf Theatre joined local leaders and community members for a discussion about the impact of violence in our community and the search for understanding and empathy.

White House Advisor Speaks on President’s Executive Action ›

The Community Foundation hosted a discussion about President Obama's Executive Action on Immigration - and what it means for Greater New Haven

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