Two years after becoming a signature program of the New Haven Land Trust, Schooner Camp is planning to double in size, a remarkable turnaround for the popular sailing and coastal exploration program.
On April 28, Red Cross volunteers aim to install 1,000 smoke detectors in New Haven.
Donation by 19th-Century African American Seamstress and Anti-Slavery Activist creates a home for poor women that continues today.
In 2016, the Pro Bono Partnership worked for 34 nonprofits in Greater New Haven, donating more than 1,000 hours of legal services valued at more than $400,000.
A national campaign to change the conditions of people coming home from prison is kicking off at the New Haven Free Public Library with a screening and discussion of the PBS/Frontline documentary, "Life on Parole."
Voices of people starting over after coming home from prison are heard on "Criminal Justice Insider," a new Foundation-sponsored show on the New Haven Independent's WNHH radio station.
The Connection offers cooking classes at the Roger Sherman halfway house.
Aid for Orphans Relief Foundation ensures that New Haven schoolchildren who were at risk of going hungry during weekends are now taking home backpacks filled with grocery staples.
FISH of Greater New Haven, which delivers fresh food to the homebound, strengthened the safety net for local veterans this past year through a new partnership with the Veteran's Administration of West Haven.
Chapel Haven, the internationally recognized school for adults with developmental and social disabilities plans to expand.