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Let’s Paint: A Primer in Job Readiness

Let’s Paint: A Primer in Job Readiness

School days are filled with reading, writing, and ‘rithmatic — all that practical learning kids need to grow up to[...]
State Launches 100-Day Challenge to End Youth Homelessness

State Launches 100-Day Challenge to End Youth Homelessness

When it comes to solving homelessness, leave it to Connecticut to be out in front once again. A coalition of[...]
14-Year-Old Collects 1000s of Books for Read to Grow

14-Year-Old Collects 1000s of Books for Read to Grow

We’re squarely behind grantee Read to Grow. They’ve given more than 1.8 million free books to over 1.2 million people[...]
In the World of Housing, Everything’s Connected

In the World of Housing, Everything’s Connected

The latest Connecticut state capital budget proposes no new bond authorizations for affordable housing development. At first blush, curtailing borrowing[...]
Healthy Brain Development Leads to More Successful Lives

Healthy Brain Development Leads to More Successful Lives

Between birth and age three, brain development is at its peak. Experiences, interactions, and level of ambient stress all play[...]
Food for Thought

Food for Thought

One in eight Connecticut adults and one in six children – over 500,000 people — are hungry (according to Liberty[...]
Some Kids Have Nothing to Smile About

Some Kids Have Nothing to Smile About

How come? They are homeless. Unaccompanied by a parent or family member, they are literally on their own. How many[...]
You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby.

You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby.

The Shepherd Home on the Connecticut Valley Hospital property is a stately building. It first served as a campus dormitory[...]
42 Nonprofits Receive Grant Funding

42 Nonprofits Receive Grant Funding

The first grant cycle of 2019 produced funding for 42 grantees across the bank’s market area — Greater New Haven,[...]
Food for Hartford’s Hungry: Just One Small Slice of House of Bread’s Mission

Food for Hartford’s Hungry: Just One Small Slice of House of Bread’s Mission

Sister Theresa Fonti and Sister Maureen Faenza founded Hartford’s House of Bread nearly four decades ago. Back in 1980 the[...]