For many local families, AHM is an important community resource helping children and teens reach milestones and realize their potential. Over the years, the Foundation’s investments have contributed to AHM’s capacity to consistently deliver exceptional programming and impact.
Socio-economic segregation threatens the wellbeing of our children and communities. It underlies many of our region’s interconnected issues, but it also points the way to potential collaborative solutions.
Deployed in collaboration with nonprofit partners throughout the state, the Foundation reminded Connecticut residents of the power of their vote through its nonpartisan campaign, “My Hope. My Voice. My Vote.”
The Foundation aims to empower all residents to contribute to a thriving community. We have a long, proven history of immigration grantmaking to organizations that provide council, support and access to equitable opportunities.
In the weeks leading up to her retirement as president of the Hartford Foundation, Linda reflected on the role of community foundations, the process and people that advance sustainable impact, and her hopes for the community.
In 2016, the Foundation saw the passing of Justice David M. Borden, and the retirement of Robert B. Goldfarb. Both served on our Board since 2007 and brought invaluable perspective and unyielding commitment to our mission.