It ain’t easy being a nonprofit nowadays. Government funding is waning and donations from individuals have fallen off as well. Yet, the need remains the same or greater, depending on the organization and service. We’re fortunate to support so many Connecticut agencies that provide education, housing and food to those who have the most to lose if the service were no longer available. Following our last round of grant approvals, staff took to the road to present grant checks in person to the following organizations.
Thank you, partners, for always being there for low-income families as they work to achieve financial stability and a better life for their children.
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Waterbury
Boys & Girls Club of Meriden
Child and Family Agency of SE CT
Covenant Soup Kitchen
Eastern Ct State University
Greater Waterbury Interfaith Ministries
Liberty Community Services
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven
Plainville Community Food Pantry
Project Youth Court of New Haven
United Way of Greater New Haven
YMCA of Meriden, New Britain, Berlin