Local Snapshot

Most people in Greater New Haven volunteer or give to local causes, and most believe that they can effect change at a local level. Other measures of civic wellbeing, however, show disparities.

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Dive Into The Issues

Investing With a Gender Lens ›

11.06.2015

In philanthropy and the private sector, there is a growing movement to direct financial and human resources into supporting women and girls, expanding their leadership opportunities, and challenging the traditional roles and expectations of both women and men.

Linear Trails: Connecting People to Places and Each Other ›

04.21.2015

In Greater New Haven and north through the state's central corridor, off-road linear trails are getting lots of people moving again, while also bringing value to the economy, the environment and the community.

New Report Sheds Light on the Impact of Immigration in Greater New Haven ›

01.20.2015

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.

Protecting Our Pets: A Mutually Beneficial Arrangement ›

09.26.2014

Pets offer many health and social benefits. Throughout Greater New Haven, shelters, animal agencies, and advocates work hard to humanely care for domestic animals and find them new homes.

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Impact

The Foundation's investment in civic vitality and social justice includes grants to support nonprofit local news, state advocacy, direct services and community organizing.

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Find Local Civic Vitality and Social Justice Organizations

Helping Homeless Animals Forever

Helene Shincel had three loves in life: animals, her educational work with youth, and her church. Through her bequest, Helene continues to support the organizations she so loved in life.

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