College will be more affordable for nearly 400 students residing in Greater Waterbury and the Litchfield Hills thanks to scholarships awarded by Connecticut Community Foundation for the 2021-22 academic year. [...]
John “Jack” Staver of Watertown, passed away at the age of 80 in January 2018, and bequeathed more than $5 million to establish a permanent charitable fund at Connecticut [...]
Gabrielle Simonetti, a therapist at Family & Children’s Aid, taking part in an online therapy session. A technology grant from the Foundation helped Family & Children’s Aid stay [...]
Since 1983, Naugatuck Valley Project (NVP) has pursued social justice through campaigns initiated, organized, and led by low-income communities, working families, immigrants, and people of color. The group—which counts [...]
A Metamorphosis in Education: Expanding Horizons to bring innovations in education that foster creativity and help kids thrive.
For more than twenty years, students have found inspiration and opened their minds to new possibilities through literary, performing, visual and culinary arts programs offered by [...]
Connecticut Community Foundation Helps Waterbury Pride NAACP Youth Council Have A Seat At The Table At The National 110th NAACP Annual Convention. In 1998, Priscilla Whittemore [...]
Connecticut Community Foundation has awarded a total of $13,000 to four Waterbury-based organizations working to engage people in historically marginalized communities through sharing information, opening new [...]
Calvin Dunbar Jr. doesn’t sugarcoat the life he lived as a younger man. It’s one of the most powerful motivations for the life he leads today, he says, [...]
Scholarship recipient Edgar Yepez of Waterbury eyes a career in accounting. He will attend the University of Connecticut in the Fall 2019. Watch his story. [...]
Scholarship recipient Seth Newman of Prospect, Connecticut will attend Springfield College in the Fall 2019. Watch what sparked his interest in physical therapy.