The Quinnipiac River Fund has awarded $138,000 in grants to study, improve, and reduce the pollution in the Quinnipiac River and its surrounding watershed.
Young people working in Solar Youth's Green Jobs program are not only earning money to work outside and beautify neighborhoods around New Haven. They are also developing valuable skills that will help them professionally and in life.
A recent immigrant receives lifesaving treatment through Project Access.
Dr. Dut Malek is a veterinarian who is building a loyal following among pet owners who praise his calm and welcoming manner. He's also a refugee from one of the most violent places on earth.
Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen provides hot meals as well as connections to vital services.
Black and Latino youth are over-represented in the juvenile justice system. The Center for Children's Advocacy's work is tackling the disparities.
Now in its third decade, LEAP continues to mentor the inquisitive youth who come for after-school and summer programs.
It all started with the potato skins served at a New Haven restaurant on Elm Street.
Professionals working with youth use the latest research and education to reform the way young people and families are treated throughout the juvenile justice system.
Grants totaling $80,950 from the Community Fund for Women & Girls influenced and improved the development of gender-specific programming across the region.