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Grants Awarded 2016


Below you will find all grants awarded in 2016. The Foundation makes responsive and targeted grants from unrestricted, field of interest and preference funds to meet community needs in many issue areas. Grants from donor-advised and designated funds are made after review by the Foundation, taking account of the philanthropic interests of specific donors.

Unrestricted Grants

AGENCY GRANT DESCRIPTION GRANT AMOUNT
4-H Education Center at Auerfarm For a summer program that provides farm field trips and tutorials at program sites for Foundation supported summer programs focused on scientific exploration of food chains. $7,500
4-H Education Center at Auerfarm For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Achieve Hartford! For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $38,000
AIDS Connecticut, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,500
AIDS Connecticut, Inc. To match City of Hartford funds to operate the No Freeze Shelter Program. $102,000
All Our Kin To support the Transforming Opportunities for Greater Hartford's Youngest, Most Vulnerable Children By Raising Family Child Care Quality project, through Early Childhood Investments, over three years. $300,000
Almada Lodge-Times Farm Camp Corporation For a summer program at a residential camp that offers leadership, social skills and career development, as well as community involvement. $6,300
Almada Lodge-Times Farm Camp Corporation For a summer residential camp that integrates youth with and without disabilities. Themed sessions promote exploration, diversity and collaboration through activities such as gardening, photography, arts, and journalism. $27,000
Almada Lodge-Times Farm Camp Corporation To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $39,350
American School for the Deaf For a theme-based summer program that provides reading, language and math instruction that connects life experiences for youth with hearing and other disabilities. $15,500
American School for the Deaf For a summer residential camp for youth who are deaf or hearing impaired with experiential learning sessions that support communication, reading, and vocabulary skills, as well as recreational activity. $5,500
American School for the Deaf For capital funding for the Visual Communications Center and Visual Media Studio to augment the visual learning style of deaf and hard-of-hearing students. $300,000
Ancient Burying Ground Association, Inc. For a summer day program that tutors students in the history of Hartford's Ancient Burying Ground and offers research, writing and field trips to prepare students to serve as tour guides. $5,500
The Artists Collective, Inc. For summer arts apprentice training in mentoring and life skills, as youth support performing arts instructors in dance, music, drama and visual arts. $2,600
The Artists Collective, Inc. For a summer performing and visual arts training and enrichment program that develops artistic knowledge and cultural and life skills. $21,800
The Artists Collective, Inc. To support consulting services to analyze agency's current financial health and operations, over three months. $25,000
Ascend Mentoring To support an expansion of the mentoring program, over one year. $25,000
Asnuntuck Community College To partially support a full-time success coach to work with the Supplemental Nutrition Employment and Training Program students, provide student support funds, develop and implement a computer literacy class. $227,600
Asnuntuck Community College To support leadership development for two new deans, through the Foundation's Adult Literacy Project. $5,000
Asylum Hill Neighborhood Association, Inc. To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Bloomfield Public Schools To support extended day and year school programming. $205,345
Blue Hills Civic Association For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
Blue Hills Civic Association For a summer evening program that offers health and nutrition education, fitness training, sports clinics and competitions, as well as college exploration to promote education and wellness. $7,700
Blue Hills Civic Association To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Blue Hills Civic Association For transitional operating support for the Youth Violence Prevention program, in partnership with the Connecticut Center for Nonviolence, due to a loss of state funding, over one year. $20,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. For technical assistance for capital and endowment campaign feasibility, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $15,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. For a summer leadership development program supporting early work experience and career development, college preparation, financial literacy, STEM skills, and problem solving as CITs support younger club members in program activities. $17,900
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. For a summer day program conducted at four sites that promotes academic success, citizenship and healthy lifestyles through drug and alcohol prevention, computer and recreational activities. $22,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. For the Community School program at West Middle Community School, through the Community Schools Initiative. $99,438
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. To support extended day and year school programming in partnership with Bloomfield Public Schools. $288,000
Building Healthy Families, Inc. To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Bushnell Park Foundation, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $8,000
C.A.S.T., Inc. To expand marketing and outreach efforts, and to offer reduced rate tickets for children and seniors, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $5,350
Camp Courant, Inc. To support capital upgrades in the main building on the Farmington campus. $130,000
Camp Courant, Inc. For a summer day camp for Hartford youth that integrates access to social services and structured recreational and educational activities in healthy choices, financial literacy and other areas, as well as an expanded learning center. $43,000
Camp Courant, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $37,000
Capital City Education Alliance, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Capital Community College For a summer program for low-performing youth focusing on computer science classes offered at the college, and in Parkville through a partnership with the Parkville Community Center and Pope Park/Parkville Senior Center. $6,000
Capital for Change To support costs associated with the merger with the Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund and Community Capital. $25,000
Capital Workforce Partners For the Jobs Funnel Program pre-employment training programs and to further build the Jobs Funnel capacity to support the growing need for construction workers. $296,714
Capital Workforce Partners For the 2016 Summer Youth Employment & Learning Program. $350,000
Capital Workforce Partners To support the Hartford Region's Two-Generation Pilot Project for School and Workforce Readiness, as fiscal agent for Move UP!, through Early Childhood Investments. $74,880
Capital Workforce Partners For the Hartford Student Internship Program in collaboration with HPS, the City of Hartford, community organizations, and other partners. $150,000
Capital Workforce Partners For a Community Innovation planning grant, as fiscal agent for Move UP!. $50,000
Capitol Child Development Center, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $38,000
Capitol Region Education Council For a summer residential program at Wesleyan University for promising students of the arts that provides interdisciplinary and multicultural training in dance, music, film, photography and creative writing. $16,246
Capitol Region Education Council For a summer day tutorial program focusing on applying literacy, science and math skills in real world experiences to support school-year curriculum and social development. $8,500
Capitol Region Education Council For Career Pathways Initiative supplemental funding. $75,000
Carter Cares, Inc To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. For a summer full-day, school-based social studies enrichment program where students explore different cultures and folktales while building research, writing, teamwork, and social skills. $7,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at Southside Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments. $105,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at El Centro Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments. $105,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at Asylum Hill Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments. $105,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at Parker Memorial Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments. $105,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. To support community projects that will promote understanding of the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals Executive Order. $17,670
Catholic Charities, Inc. For technical assistance for board development, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $9,250
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of the Community School program at Thirman L. Milner School, through the Community Schools Initiative. $325,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. To support the Fatherhood Initiative program at Parker Memorial Family Center, as recommended by the Black Philanthropy Giving Circle Fund. $10,000
Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc. For technical assistance to help integrate the fund development and the communications plans, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $9,973
Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc. For transitional operating support to mitigate loss of State funding for the Team Child program. $54,464
Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc. For Project LLEGAR, as recommended by the Latino Endowment Fund. $20,000
Center for Latino Progress/CPRF To support continued development and sustainability of the social enterprise program, Bicicleta y Comunidad (BiCi Co.). $250,000
Center for Latino Progress/CPRF To support community projects that will promote understanding of the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals Executive Order. $50,000
Center for Latino Progress/CPRF To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
Center for Latino Progress/CPRF To replicate and adapt Denver's Citizen's Transit Academy model for the Capital Region. $102,449
Center for Urban Research, Education and Training, Inc. For a summer school-based day program that offers numeracy, language arts, computer literacy, and reading enrichment activities. $30,000
Center for Youth & Community Inc To deepen the integration of the Planetarium Initiatory Event (PIE) project into the Glastonbury community, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $24,876
Charter Oak Cultural Center For capital funding for phase one of renovations to the building to make it more accessible including the installation of an elevator and a stairway. $271,000
Charter Oak Health Center To increase access to health services and responding to other basic needs of homeless, uninsured clients and other underserved populations within the 29-town Greater Hartford region. $6,500
The Children's Museum To support capacity building and fundraising, over one year. $100,000
The Children's Museum To support Science Achievement for All, a hands-on ecology and science class for Manchester students, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $5,000
Christian Activities Council To support the Solutions-Oriented Community Engagement and Leadership Development Initiative focused primarily in Hartford's North End. $150,000
Christian Activities Council For a new HPS-designated summer school program that integrates literacy, parental and civic engagement, character building, and other components using the Children's Defense Fund Freedom School model. $40,000
Christian Activities Council For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Christian Activities Council For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $23,000
Chrysalis Center, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $45,000
Chrysalis Center, Inc. To support the 2016 Reentry and Employment Resource Fair to support people with a criminal history in obtaining employment and services, in partnership with the Greater Hartford Reentry Council. $11,200
Chrysalis Center, Inc. For transitional operating support, to partially restore the Employment Support Network to offset lost funding from the Connecticut Department of Correction. $125,000
Cinestudio, Inc. To support the replacement of theater seats. $95,000
Circle of Life Arts for All To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
City of Hartford To match dollars awarded through the Partners for Places grant, over two years. $125,000
Community Accounting Aid & Services, Inc. To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Community Child Guidance Clinic, Inc. To purchase and implement a system to track and monitor problem and positive behaviors of children in the special education school and to train teaching staff to use a positive reinforcement program, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $5,000
Community Health Center Association of Connecticut For transitional operating support to provide Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) outreach services at the five community health centers located in the Greater Hartford Area. $121,000
Community Partners in Action, Inc. For transitional operating to partially support core operations in the Resettlement program and transitional housing facility, Mart's House. $125,000
Community Partners in Action, Inc. For a Community Innovation planning grant. $47,000
Community Renewal Team, Inc. For transitional operating support to mitigate loss of State funding for its homeless outreach program and two homeless shelters. $100,299
COMPASS Youth Collaborative For a summer afternoon school-based literacy program that will support learning about geography and diversity through experiential learning, research and writing. $10,000
COMPASS Youth Collaborative For continuation of the Community School program at Asian Studies Academy at Dwight/Bellizzi School, through the Community Schools Initiative. $278,000
COMPASS Youth Collaborative For continuation of the Community School program at Latino Studies Academy at Burns Elementary School, through the Community Schools Initiative. $295,000
COMPASS Youth Collaborative For continuation of the Community School program at Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy, through the Community Schools Initiative. $206,850
COMPASS Youth Collaborative For general operating support, over three years. $275,000
Congregational Church in South Glastonbury For new windows and doors for the High Street School Community Center, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $50,000
Connecticut Alliance for Victims of Violence and Their Families, Inc. To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Connecticut Association for Human Services To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Connecticut Association for Human Services To support the Building Family Economic Success project. $225,000
Connecticut Association for Human Services To pilot a regional approach, to knowledge sharing and leadership development, focused on the best early childhood practices with infant and toddlers, as fiscal agent for Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance, through Early Childhood Investments, over three years. $155,000
Connecticut Association for Human Services To support the 2016 KIDS COUNT Project. $10,000
Connecticut Association for Infant Mental Health To provide training, supervision, and endorsement opportunities in infant mental health to the infant/toddler workforce, specifically for center-based and home child care providers and home visitors in East Hartford, through Early Childhood Investments. $141,796
Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Glastonbury To support the design, mounting and installation of permanent interpretative signage throughout the Center, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $13,612
Connecticut Children's Medical Center Foundation, Inc. For the Injury Prevention Center, for behavioral health services to women and children residing at Hartford Interval House, as recommended by the Catalyst Endowment Fund. $5,457
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness, Inc. To support the 2017 CT statewide Annual Point in Time project and the associated Homeless Youth Count. $30,000
Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Connecticut Community Care, Inc. For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $6,645
Connecticut Community Care, Inc. For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $3,178
Connecticut Community Care, Inc. For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $8,138
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy For annual support in 2016. $12,000
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,725
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy For the 2016 Philanthropy Conference Sponsorship of Ambassador James A. Joseph. $8,240
The Connecticut Forum To support the Violence in our Lives Project, over three years. $105,000
The Connecticut Forum For an evaluation capacity grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $15,000
Connecticut Healthcare Research and Education Foundation, Inc. To support the Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Comprehensive Education and Needs Training (NASCENT) project. $80,000
Connecticut Historical Society To support the Collection Digitization and Universal Access Project, over three years. $300,000
Connecticut Historical Society To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $45,000
Connecticut Humane Society To purchase dentistry equipment that will benefit the shelter medicine and community veterinary programs, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $10,000
Connecticut Humanities Council For small grants to heritage organizations. $36,000
Connecticut Landmarks For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $11,400
Connecticut Landmarks For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $38,000
Connecticut Radio Information System To support the expansion of the adaptive audio accessibility program, CRISKids and CRIS en Español, in Greater Hartford. $197,331
Connecticut Radio Information System For transitional operating support to mitigate loss of funding from the State and the North Central Area Agency on Aging. $48,000
Connecticut Science Center For a summer science enrichment program through the Science Center's outbound program or Center visits by participants in summer programs funded by the Foundation. $17,000
Connecticut Voices for Children To support a full-time fellowship that expands the capacity of Connecticut Voices for Children and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving to engage in policy research, analysis and advocacy, over two years. $242,000
ConnectiKids, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
ConnectiKids, Inc. For a summer program supporting afternoon literacy, science and math enrichment, that offers project-based critical thinking and hands-on learning. $22,200
Corporation for Supportive Housing For building the capacity of the Coordinated Access Network to meet the need for supportive housing in the homelessness-response system, over three years. $300,000
Council on Foundations For annual support in 2016. $12,375
Covenant to Care for Children, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $17,000
CT Community Nonprofit Alliance For transitional operating support to help defray one-time costs related to the merger between Connecticut Association of Nonprofits and CT Community Providers Association into CT Community Nonprofits Alliance. $130,000
Cultural Dance Troupe of the West Indies For a summer enrichment program that supports expression through dance, theater, music, and writing to create an original carnival production. $9,500
Cultural Dance Troupe of the West Indies For a summer afternoon dance and cultural arts program that integrates cultural heritage, costume design, performance, and becoming well-rounded adults. $6,650
The Discovery Center For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $35,000
East Granby Public Library To upgrade computers for public use, over one year. $24,460
East Hartford Public Schools For the Partners in Achievement Initiative aimed at increasing capacity to implement and sustain support of family, school, and community partnerships. $711,914
East Hartford Public Schools To support the Early Childhood Initiative, through Early Childhood Investments, over one year. $100,000
Town of East Hartford For the food pantries. $15,000
Easter Seals Capital Region & Eastern Connecticut, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $28,000
Ebony Horsewomen, Inc. For a summer program that provides leadership development, reading, and training in animal care and farm operations, as youth support equestrian program. $7,000
Ebony Horsewomen, Inc. For a summer day camp that provides training in horsemanship, veterinary science, and the environment to support youth development, fitness and citizenship. $8,050
Ebony Horsewomen, Inc. For capital funding for maintenance of the horse stable, including replacement and purchase of horses, over three years. $150,000
Educational Resources for Children, Inc. For technical assistance for board development, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
End Hunger Connecticut!, Inc. For transitional operating support due to the loss of long-time funding for child nutrition programming and the SNAP program through the Department of Social Services, over six months. $55,953
End Hunger Connecticut!, Inc. For technical assistance to help with merger exploration, as fiscal agent for Connecticut Alliance for Basic Human Needs, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $8,000
Family Life Education, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at Parkville Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments. $105,000
Family Life Education, Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
Farmington Community Chest For annual distributions to Farmington charities in 2016. $75,000
Farmington River Watershed Association, Inc. To support river stewardship and community engagement efforts, over three years. $153,000
Farmington Valley VNA, Inc. For basic human needs services. $3,500
Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, Inc. To provide lifetime follow-up services to current Manchester clients, and support the Canine Caregiver Services in Manchester, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $5,000
First Choice Health Centers For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $27,200
First Choice Health Centers For medical and dental services for uninsured and underinsured patients from the 29-town Greater Hartford region. $5,500
First Church of Christ Congregational For a capital grant to repair Judah Woodruff Historic Meetinghouse. $100,000
Foodshare, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
Foodshare, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a marketing and rebranding plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $28,000
Funders for LGBTQ Issues For membership dues for 2017. $5,000
Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc. For a summer program that allows girls to choose a residential or day camp program that offers hands-on learning, leadership development, nature exploration, and other activities. $27,000
Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc. For a summer afternoon school-based program for girls that provides journaling, storytelling, anti-bullying sessions, fitness, and community service activities. $1,773
Glastonbury ABC, Inc. To purchase a student transportation van, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $25,000
Glastonbury Arts, Inc. To support the 2017 Got Art program, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $3,500
Glastonbury MLK Community Initiative To support Community Conversations events, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $10,000
Goodwin College For Career Pathways Initiative supplemental funding. $75,000
Grantmakers for Education For membership dues for 2016. $2,750
Greater Hartford Arts Council, Inc. To provide unrestricted support to over 125 arts and heritage organizations in Greater Hartford, over one year. $500,000
Greater Hartford Legal Aid, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $9,400
Hands On Hartford For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
HARC, Inc. For a summer day program for youth with intellectual or other disabilities that supports inclusion and interaction with children of all abilities at Camp Courant. $14,000
HARC, Inc. To support staff and material costs at Camp Bulova for the 2016-2017 respite program. $50,000
HartBeat Ensemble For transitional operating support to support core operations in the Youth Play Institute (YPI) internship program due to a loss of municipal funding. $47,000
HartBeat Ensemble For a Community Innovation planning grant. $25,000
Hartford 2000, Inc. To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Hartford Artisans Weaving Center To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Hartford City Ballet, Inc. For a capacity building grant to hire a full-time Executive Director. $50,000
Hartford City Ballet, Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $7,838
Hartford Conservatory For a summer performing arts program in music, theater and dance that supports reading, writing, math and exposure to instruments and learning to read and perform music. $22,000
Hartford Consortium for Higher Education For transitional operating support for the Jobs for America's Graduates program at Hartford Public, East Hartford, and Manchester High Schools due to a loss of State funding. $75,000
Hartford Department of Families, Children, Youth & Recreation To support a planning process to transform Parker Memorial Center into a community hub serving the Promise Zone to improve life outcomes for families and children, through Early Childhood Investments, over six months. $44,486
Hartford Economic Development Corporation For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Hartford Food System, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $23,000
Hartford Friendship Kids' Camp For a summer school-based camp that promotes character development, diversity, and literacy through reading, service projects and the arts. $10,500
Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective For the Aid-A-Pet program, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $4,000
Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective To expand the Media Outreach education project to target Glastonbury residents, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $15,625
Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $35,000
Hartford Gay Men's Chorus To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Hartford Hospital - Institute of Living For a summer day program for youth with special needs that provides therapeutic, educational and recreational services in collaboration with local school systems. $9,500
Hartford Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $5,719
Hartford Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $52,711
Hartford Interval House, Inc. For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $33,800
Hartford Interval House, Inc. To support basic human needs of shelter residents and for shelter services. $11,000
Hartford Neighborhood Centers, Inc. For a summer day camp in Hebron that offers exposure to outdoor activities and environmental workshops, academic enrichment and life skills. $12,000
Hartford Preservation Alliance For transitional operating support due to losses of municipal funding. $40,000
Hartford Promise For operational support, to secure a match from the Hampshire Foundation. $50,000
Hartford Public Access Television, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Hartford Public Library For a summer literacy support program offered to all summer programs that helps to identify appropriate books, family engagement activities, and promotes connecting to library services and student participation in a reading challenge. $15,000
Hartford Public Library To support community projects that will promote understanding of the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals Executive Order. $18,750
Hartford Public Library To support a strategic planning process, over one year. $50,000
Hartford Public Library For a Community Innovation planning grant. $35,110
Hartford Public Library For Career Pathways Initiative supplemental funding. $35,450
Hartford Stage Company, Inc. For a summer theatre program that supports literacy by presenting scripts based on literature and theatre techniques and tracking weekly reading. $9,500
Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Inc. For the costs associated with launching a successful capital campaign, over three years. $300,000
Hartford Youth Scholars For a summer college preparatory program at Trinity College that focuses on writing and study skills to support low-income students preparing to attend independent schools. $7,500
Hartford.Health.Works., Inc. For technical assistance for board development, through the Nonprofit Support Program, with Trinity College as fiscal agent. $13,000
HFPG, Inc. For facilitator expenses towards the Dr. Robert Putnam event. $5,000
HFPG, Inc. For an evaluation consultant to support agency efforts to develop or enhance evaluation methods for individual summer programs. $14,000
Hispanic Health Council To support the strategic fund development goal, over three years. $198,647
Hispanic Health Council For a summer afternoon program that provides a variety of activities that promote cultural awareness, leadership, career development, and violence prevention. $11,750
Hispanic Health Council For health access and cancer support services, as well as other basic needs of clients. $5,500
Historical Society of Glastonbury For a capital grant to support the exterior restorations of the historic Welles-Shipman-Ward house, white barn, and the historic Welles-Chapman Tavern, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $60,000
Hockanum Valley Community Council, Inc. For the emergency food pantry and other basic human needs for Vernon, Ellington and Tolland. $15,000
Hopewell Baptist Church For the food pantry and other basic human needs of food pantry clients. $4,500
House of Bread, Inc. For Jubilee House to support Refugee and Immigrant family services. $8,500
Housing Education Resource Center To support direct counseling services provided to Manchester residents, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $4,098
Housing Education Resource Center For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $11,550
ImmaCare Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
ImmaCare Inc. For continued support of the emergency shelter services program. $144,000
Independence Unlimited, Inc. For transitional operating support to offset state cuts in contracts supporting the core Independent Living Program/Aging and Disability Resource Center. $53,000
Integrated Health Services, Inc. For transitional operating support to mitigate loss of funding from the State Department of Public Health to School Based Health Centers. $46,727
Intensive Education Academy, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $45,000
International Hartford Ltd. To support the technological platform that will enable coordinated interagency interaction on behalf of immigrant entrepreneurs. $30,000
International Institute of Connecticut, Inc. To support community projects that will promote understanding of the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals Executive Order. $15,000
The iQuilt Partnership To support the 2016-2017 Winterfest program. $30,000
Ironwood Community Partners, Inc. To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
ITNCentralCT, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $7,000
Jewish Family Services For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
Jewish Family Services For the food pantry, emergency fuel, other basic human needs of clients, and to increase client access to food assistance, insurance and other government programs. $8,000
Jewish Family Services For general operating support, over three years. $300,000
John J. Driscoll United Labor Agency, Inc. To support the Immigration Advocacy and Assistance Program, over three years. $160,860
John J. Driscoll United Labor Agency, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $30,000
John J. Driscoll United Labor Agency, Inc. To support employment services for residents in the 29-town Greater Hartford region, as well as the emergency food bank. $7,500
Journey Found, Inc. To support a portion of costs for a Fund Development Coordinator and administrative expenses. $100,000
Journey Home For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $35,000
Journey Home For a Community Innovation planning grant. $50,000
Land Trust Alliance, Inc. For a planning grant to support the design of a three-year Greater Hartford Community Conservation Initiative, over one year. $30,000
Leadership Greater Hartford, Inc. For continuation of the Leaders on Board program, over three years. $300,000
Library Association of Warehouse Point, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford For the online training course, Mastering Major Gifts, through the Foundation's Adult Literacy Project. $1,697
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford For Career Pathways Initiative supplemental funding. $47,500
Little Theatre of Manchester, Inc. For continuation funding to reach new, diverse audiences, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $8,000
Little Theatre of Manchester, Inc. For capital funding for equipment improvements in sound, lighting and staging systems. $64,400
Little Theatre of Manchester, Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Loaves and Fishes Ministries, Inc. For the soup kitchen and the jobs program. $13,500
Local Initiatives Support Corporation To assemble and invest capital for neighborhood development as well as provide technical assistance, capacity-building services and programs that support affordable housing and community development, over three years. $450,000
Local Initiatives Support Corporation For a Community Innovation planning grant. $48,000
Manchester Area Conference of Churches, Inc. For repairs and ADA upgrades to the Thrift Shop and offices of the advocacy department, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $10,000
Manchester Area Conference of Churches, Inc. For the food pantry and other basic human needs. $15,000
ECHN, Inc./Manchester Memorial Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $5,440
ECHN, Inc./Manchester Memorial Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $4,282
ECHN, Inc./Manchester Memorial Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $55,699
ECHN, Inc./Manchester Memorial Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $3,662
The Manchester Police Activities League, Inc. For program expansion at the Academic Success Center, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $5,000
Manchester Public Schools For continued support for the Family and Community Partnership Plan serving Manchester families. $720,000
Manchester Symphony Orchestra & Chorale, Inc. For Pops in Space!, featuring a full orchestra and chorale, which includes young artists and students from Manchester and surrounding towns, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $2,933
Town of Manchester For a collaborative project with Enfield KITE, to support the "Play On!" Project, through Early Childhood Investments. $250,000
MARC, Inc. of Manchester For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
The Mark Twain House & Museum To support the cleaning and treatment of mold on 16,000 artifacts. $223,900
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $12,600
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation For Friendship Center and basic human needs programs at St. Elizabeth House. $11,000
Mutual Housing Association of Greater Hartford, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
My Sisters' Place, Inc. For technical assistance for merger exploration, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $12,000
My Sisters' Place, Inc. For continued support of the rent subsidy program. $220,000
My Sisters' Place, Inc. For fuel and maintenance expenses for the Transitional Living Program building, as well as to support child care and other support programs. $11,000
My Sisters' Place, Inc. For twenty $25 gift cards for food for families during the holiday season, as recommended by the Hartford Foundation Staff Fund. $500
NAMI Connecticut, Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $6,075
National Conference for Community and Justice For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $33,900
National Conference for Community and Justice To continue and expand the Bridges, ANYTOWN, and Youth Action Coalition programs in Glastonbury High School, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $21,637
Network Against Domestic Abuse of North Central CT, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
New England Air Museum For the 2015 NSP Board Leadership Program follow-up consultation, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $5,000
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation As fiscal agent, to create the Community Foundation Opportunity Network, over two years. $20,000
New Horizons, Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $28,000
Noah Webster House To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $24,848
Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $20,000
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $39,053
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters For technical assistance for board development, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $7,000
Oak Hill To renovate three bathrooms at the Mott Hill Group Home, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $20,750
Open Hearth Association, Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
Open Hearth Association, Inc. For transitional operating support to support core operations in its emergency shelter program. $105,000
Open Hearth Association, Inc. For food, toiletries, securing client identification and other personal documents, as well as other basic needs of Open Hearth clients. $11,500
Organized Parents Make A Difference For a summer program which offers leadership roles at day camp for youth and training in group management and theme development. $8,000
Organized Parents Make A Difference For a summer afternoon enrichment program that supports vocabulary, language arts and exploration of different cultures. $26,000
Our Companions Domestic Animal Sanctuary To help expand the Humane Education Program, the Buddy Project, a program for youth at risk for failing school, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $4,720
Our Piece of the Pie For general operating support, over three years. $300,000
Our Piece of the Pie For a summer work and learn program focused on career competencies, research, the voter registration and elections process, and other community issues. $17,900
Our Piece of the Pie For Career Pathways Initiative supplemental funding. $40,600
Padres Abriendo Puertas, Inc. To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Parkville Senior Center For technology that will help the center to provide further access to resources and social services for seniors in Hartford. $20,000
Partnership for Strong Communities To support the efforts of the Greater Hartford's Coordinated Access Network, over three years. $210,000
Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, Inc. To provide preventative care for Glastonbury residents, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $30,000
Police Activities League of Hartford, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $10,000
Pro Bono Partnership To provide free legal services for eligible non-profits located in the 29-town region. $50,000
Protectors of Animals, Inc. To help leverage funds for renovations to the East Hartford cat shelter and adoption facility, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $5,000
Real Art Ways, Inc. For summer afternoon project-based workshops in Day Park for children in the visual arts, music, performance and storytelling from different cultures. $6,250
Rebuilding Together of Manchester, Inc. To purchase building materials for home modifications and repairs for low income homeowners, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $8,000
reSET Social Enterprise Trust To enhance targeted support for nontraditional entrepreneurs, over three years. $189,300
Riverfront Recapture, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
Riverfront Recapture, Inc. For the 2015 NSP Board Leadership Program follow-up consultation, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $4,450
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors To support matching funding for The Village for Families and Children's participation in the "Listen for Good" initiative. $20,000
Rushford Centers To expand the integrative medicine program for adults and adolescents and include a creative expression component, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $50,000
Saint Anne - Immaculate Conception Church For the food pantry. $3,500
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $7,791
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $37,539
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $21,848
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center For the emergency food bank. $5,000
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division For a summer overnight camp for youth that focuses on social skills, sports, conflict resolution, and other activities that encourage self-confidence, teamwork and an appreciation of the environment. $17,500
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division For a summer overnight camping experience for senior citizens on a fixed income that offers social, recreational and fitness activities designed to reduce stress and promote health. $9,700
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division For a summer broad-based program that provides child-directed projects and enrichment in language arts, math, science, health and safety. $10,100
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division For the Emergency Material Assistance Program. $9,000
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division For continued support of the Marshall House's Homeless Prevention Program (HPP), and emergency No Freeze Shelter services for families. $326,544
San Juan Center, Inc. For a collaborative grant with Capital Community College to increase civic engagement, general knowledge about local government, and the electoral process by producing a year-round weekly television show for the Latino community. $25,000
Sankofa Kuumba Cultural Arts Consortium For a summer program supporting other Foundation supported programs by providing arts and cultural enrichment that is interactive and educational. $6,500
Services for the Elderly of Farmington, Inc. For the support of programs providing meals, transportation and other basic human needs to senior citizens. $3,500
Shiloh Baptist Church For the soup kitchen, food pantry and basic human needs. $3,500
Sonia Plumb Dance Company, Inc. To implement an Apprenticeship Feeder program for Hartford high school graduates interested in pursuing a career in dance, over three years. $45,000
Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance, Inc. For a Community Innovation planning grant. $50,000
Spanish American Merchants Association For transitional operating support, to sustain the Small Business Technical Assistance Program to offset state and City of Hartford funding losses. $100,000
Spectrum in Motion Dance Theater Ensemble, Inc. For a full-day summer program that explores dance techniques and music of world cultures, culminating in a performance based on a book. $8,500
St. Augustine Church For the food pantry. $4,500
Talcott Mountain Science Center For an inquiry-based summer science program offering robotics, computer-based classes in animation and web design, astronomy and the science of magic. $16,000
TheaterWorks, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
TheaterWorks, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
TheaterWorks, Inc. For transitional operating support for production costs due to a loss of private and public funding revenues. $50,000
Third Sector New England To support the 2016-17 Compensation Survey and companion report to help nonprofits in Southern New England assess and compare compensation practices and policies. $5,000
TLC Foundation, Inc. To replace aging flooring at the Diyeso-Lewis House in Manchester, a residential home for children ages 12-18, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $8,540
Trinity College For a summer training program that promotes learning and development, leadership, mentoring, conflict resolution, communication, SAT/college readiness and other skills to support youth at a day camp. $12,500
Tri-Town Shelter Services, Inc. For transitional operating support due to an unexpected loss of State funding to help transition families. $60,000
Unified Theater, Inc. For continuation funding for the Spotlight School programs in partnership with Hartford Stage. $70,000
United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Hartford For a summer residential camp for people with developmental and physical disabilities that offers recreational as well as writing, social skills and physical activities. $24,500
United Way of Connecticut As fiscal agent for the Connecticut Commission on Women, Children and Seniors, for the Two-Generation Parent Academy Project, through Early Childhood Investments. $20,000
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $3,703
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $13,747
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $6,147
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $58,145
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $6,548
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $8,051
University of Connecticut Neag School of Education For a planning grant to support planning for the enhancement of the UConn Administrator Preparation Program curriculum to include a component on strengthened family, school, and community engagement and culturally sustainable leadership practice. $20,700
Urban League of Greater Hartford, Inc. To support the publication and marketing of the volume The 2016 State of Black Hartford. $36,000
Vernon Community Arts Center dba Arts Center East To support development during the Building on Success program. $10,000
Vernon Public Schools To support the family, school and community partnership, through Education Investments. $377,624
The Village for Families & Children, Inc. For a summer day program for children in residential or extended-day treatment that provides academic enrichment, art and music, and field trips to support learning and social skills. $13,000
The Village for Families & Children, Inc. For a school-based summer program that offers hands-on learning, team building, cultural enrichment and field trips for students attending summer school. $6,000
The Village for Families & Children, Inc. For capital improvements and renovations to expand adult behavioral health services. $190,000
The Village for Families & Children, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at RAMBUH Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments. $105,000
The Village for Families & Children, Inc. For continuation of the Community School program at Alfred E. Burr Community School, through the Community Schools Initiative. $226,000
The Village for Families & Children, Inc. For continuation of the Community School program at Fred D. Wish Museum School, through the Community Schools Initiative. $170,390
The WALKS Foundation, Inc. To support the WALKS Scholar Program in 2016. $5,000
Watkinson School For a summer day program that offers hands-on learning in math, literacy, science, and social studies, reinforced by computer and other enrichment activities. $11,000
The West Indian Foundation, Inc. For a summer day program that supports education and life skills development through the arts, fitness, and other activities. $16,000
Wethersfield Historical Society To support cultural and educational programs at the Robert Allan Keeney Memorial Cultural Center. $49,950
Town of Wethersfield To expand and sustain an Early Childhood Collaborative through the development of a municipal Office for Young Children and to develop community projects that strengthen vulnerable Wethersfield families, through Early Childhood Investments, over three years. $62,000
Town of Wethersfield For the purchase of food for Wethersfield Food Bank. $4,000
Winding Trails, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
Winding Trails, Inc. For capital funding to build a multi-purpose boathouse pavilion. $175,000
Windsor Historical Society For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $23,000
Windsor Locks Public Schools To strengthen family, community, and school partnerships through the Creating Partnerships and Pathways for College, Career, and Life Readiness initiative, over one year. $250,000
Windsor Public Schools To support the Family and Community Partnership Plan serving Windsor families. $298,100
World Affairs Council of Connecticut For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $22,000
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. For a project-based summer learning day program that builds leadership, job/college application, and communications skills as CITs research and build their life and health roadmap. $5,000
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. For a summer day camp with weekly themes to support literacy, youth development, and other structured learning activities. $8,000
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. For a summer day camp focused on developing the whole child through projects, field trips, and other activities that support learning, character development and life skills. $15,500
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. To continue and enhance the LIVESTRONG program at Glastonbury Family YMCA, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $45,000
Youth Policy Institute of Iowa To support the 2016 Hartford Foundation staff participation in the Youth in Transition Funders Group and its Youth Justice Workgroup activities, as fiscal agent. $1,000
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $28,000
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc. For a summer day program for young women that promotes healthy life choices, career exploration, and budgeting skills through research, community service, and other experiential learning. $5,300
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc. For the 2015 NSP Board Leadership Program follow-up consultation, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $5,000
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc. For shelter and basic human needs services. $11,000
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc. For Career Pathways Initiative supplemental funding. $45,000

 

 

Donor-Advised / Designated Grants

AGENCY
4-H Education Center at Auerfarm
Academy at Charlemont
Achieve Hartford!
Achievement First
The Actuarial Foundation
Advocacy Unlimited, Inc.
AIDS Connecticut, Inc.
Alaska Conservation Foundation
Albert J. Solnit Center - North Campus
All Saints' Episcopal Church
Almada Lodge-Times Farm Camp Corporation
American Cancer Society
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Inc.
American Friends Service Committee
American Heart Association Inc.
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
American Museum of Tort Law, Inc.
American Parkinson Disease Association - Connecticut Chapter
American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.
American Red Cross
American School for the Deaf
Amherst College
The Amistad Center for Art & Culture, Inc.
Amy's Angels, Inc.
Ancient Burying Ground Association, Inc.
Arlington Center for the Arts, Inc.
Arthritis Foundation, New England Region, Inc.
The Artists Collective, Inc.
Ascend Mentoring
Asian American Civic Association, Inc.
Asylum Hill Congregational Church
Asylum Hill Learning Zone, Inc.
Audubon Alaska
Aurora Women and Girls Foundation, Inc.
Avon Congregational Church
Baton Rouge Area Foundation
Berkshire Natural Resources Council
Bethesda Lutheran Church
Billings Forge Community Works
Bloomfield High School
B'nai B'rith International
Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation, Inc.
BorderLinks
Boston Medical Center
Bottom Line, Inc.
Boy Scout Troop 260
Connecticut Rivers Council Boy Scouts of America
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc.
Brandeis University
The Branson School
Brick Store Museum
The Bridge Family Center, Inc.
Bristol Boys and Girls Club
Brookwood School
Brown University
Bushnell Memorial Hall Corporation
Bushnell Park Foundation, Inc.
Camp Courant, Inc.
Camp Fire USA Inland Northwest Council
Capital City Education Alliance, Inc.
Capital Workforce Partners
Capitol Region Education Council
Capitol Squash, Inc.
Career Collaborative
Carter Cares, Inc
Cathedral of Saint Joseph
Catholic Charities, Inc.
Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation
Center Church
Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc.
charity:water
Charter Oak Cultural Center
Charter Oak State College Foundation
Children's Educational Opportunity Foundation
Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation
The Children's Law Center of Connecticut, Inc.
The Children's Museum
Children's Reading Partners
Chinook Fund
Christ Church
Christian Activities Council
Chrysalis Center, Inc.
Church Home of Hartford, Inc.
Church Homes, Inc.
Church of Christ, Congregational
Church of Saint Peter Claver
City Year, Inc.
College Access Fairfax
College Heights Foundation
College of the Holy Cross
Columbus Academy
Community Baptist Church
Community Health Charities of New England
Community Health Services, Inc.
Community Partners in Action, Inc.
Community Renewal Team, Inc.
COMPASS Youth Collaborative
Conard High School
Congregation Beth Israel
Congregational Church in South Glastonbury
Connecticut Association for Human Services
Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Glastonbury
Connecticut Ballet
Connecticut Children's Medical Center Foundation, Inc.
Connecticut Choral Artists
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness, Inc.
Connecticut Conference United Church of Christ
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy
Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
Connecticut Department of Correction
Connecticut Explored, Inc.
Connecticut Fair Housing Center
Connecticut Family Theatre
Connecticut Firemen's Historical Society, Inc.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association
Connecticut Foundation for Dental Outreach, Inc.
Connecticut Health Investigative Team
Connecticut Historical Society
The Connecticut Hospice, Inc.
Connecticut Humane Society
Connecticut Junior Republic, Inc.
Connecticut Landmarks
The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters Education Fund
Connecticut National Guard Foundation, Inc.
Connecticut News Project, Inc.
Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network, Inc.
Connecticut Radio Information System
Connecticut River Museum
Connecticut River Watershed Council, Inc.
Connecticut Science Center
Connecticut Sports Management Group, Inc.
Connecticut Trees of Honor Memorial
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund
ConnectiKids, Inc.
Construct, Inc.
Cornell University
The Cornerstone Foundation, Inc.
Covenant Preparatory School
Covenant to Care for Children, Inc.
Cromwell High School
Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences
Cultural Dance Troupe of the West Indies
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Headquarters
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation- Massachusetts & Rhode Island Chapter
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation-Connecticut Chapter
Dallas Foundation
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Dartmouth College
Daughters of Mary of the Immaculate Conception
Denver Health Foundation
Developmental Assets Resource Network
The Discovery Center
Doctors Without Borders
Duke University
Duncaster
East Coast Greenway Alliance
East Granby Public Library
East Hartford ChildPlan, Inc.
East Hartford High School
Easter Seals Capital Region & Eastern Connecticut, Inc.
Easter Seals CT (dba) Easter Seals Coastal Fairfield County
Eden Autism Services Foundation Inc.
EfforTZ Foundation
Elizabeth Park Conservancy, Inc.
Ellsworth Memorial Association, Inc.
Emanuel Synagogue
Emergency Aid Association, Inc.
End Hunger Connecticut!, Inc.
Enfield Food Shelf
Enfield High School
Enfield Loaves & Fishes, Inc.
Town of Enfield
Families in Crisis, Inc.
Family Life Education, Inc.
Farm to Family, Inc.
Farmington High School
Farmington Historical Society
The Farmington Library
Farmington River Watershed Association, Inc.
Farmington Valley Arts Center
Farmington Valley VNA, Inc.
Felician Sisters
Ferret Association of Connecticut, Inc.
Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, Inc.
FINCA International, Inc.
First Church in Windsor
First Church of Christ Congregational
First Church of the Living God
First Congregational Church in Bloomfield
First Night Hartford, Inc.
The First Tee of Connecticut, Inc.
Fistula Foundation
Foodshare, Inc.
Foundation for Louisiana
Foundation for West Hartford Public Schools, Inc.
Franklin Land Trust
Franklin Pierce University
Friends of Fisher House Connecticut, Inc.
Friends of Glastonbury Rowing, Inc.
Friends of Heublein Tower, Inc.
Friends of the Farm at Hilltop, Inc.
Friends of the Simsbury Library
Friends of Trinity Choristers, Inc.
The Friendship Service Center
Garden Club of Hartford
Gaylord Hospital
Germantown Friends School
Gifts of Love, Inc.
Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc.
Girls on the Run Greater Hartford
Glastonbury ABC, Inc.
Glastonbury Arts, Inc.
Glastonbury Education Foundation
Glastonbury High School
Glory Chapel International Cathedral
Go Hartford Mayor Mike's Foundation for Kids, Inc.
Golf Club of Avon Foundation, Inc.
Goodspeed Opera House Foundation, Inc.
Goodwin College
Governor William Pitkin Elementary School
The Governor's Academy
Grace Academy
Grace Episcopal Church
Grace Episcopal Church
Granby Ambulance Association, Inc.
Granby Land Trust
Greater Boston Food Bank
Greater Hartford Arts Council, Inc.
Greater Hartford Community Foundation
Growing Great Schools, Inc.
The H.O.P.E. Foundation for a Better Tomorrow
Haitian Health Foundation Inc.
Hands On Hartford
HARC, Inc.
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
HartBeat Ensemble
Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity
Hartford Art School, Inc.
Hartford Artisans Weaving Center
The Hartford Catholic Worker
The Hartford Chorale
Hartford City Ballet, Inc.
Hartford Club Foundation
Hartford Food System, Inc.
Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective
Hartford HealthCare at Home
Hartford Hospital - Institute of Living
Hartford Hospital
Hartford Interval House, Inc.
Hartford Marathon Foundation, Inc.
Hartford Performs
Hartford Public Library
Hartford Public Schools
Hartford Rescue Mission
Hartford Stage Company, Inc.
Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Inc.
Hartford Youth Scholars
The Hartt School at the University of Hartford
Hawkwing, Inc.
Hebrew Health Care, Inc.
Heifer Project International
HFPG, Inc.
High Hopes Therapeutic Riding, Inc.
High Mountain Institute, Inc.
Hillsborough Historical Society
Hill-Stead Museum
Historical Society of Glastonbury
The Hole In The Wall Gang Fund
HomeFront
Horace Bushnell Children's Food Pantry
Horizons, Inc.
Hospital for Special Care
House of Bread, Inc.
Housing Corporation of Arlington
HSC Community Services, Inc.
Imagine Main Street, Inc.
ImmaCare Inc.
Immanuel Church Foundation for the Elderly
Immanuel Congregational Church
Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services
InterAct Theatre Company
International Institute of Connecticut, Inc.
The iQuilt Partnership
Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center, Inc.
Jewish Community Centers Association of North America
Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford
Jewish Family Services
Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford
Jewish Teen Learning Connection
Job Opportunities Task Force, Inc.
John J. Driscoll United Labor Agency, Inc.
Joshua's Tract Conservation and Historic Trust, Inc.
Journey Home
Jubilee House, Inc.
Judy Dworin Performance Project, Inc.
Jumoke Academy, Inc.
Junior Achievement of Southwest New England, Inc.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center, Inc.
Kennebunk Land Trust
Kingswood-Oxford School
Kinsella Arts, Inc.
Kiva Microfunds
Knox, Inc.
La Jolla Country Day School
Latino Community Services, Inc.
Leadership Greater Hartford, Inc.
Learning Ally, Inc.
Legacy Foundation of Hartford
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Library Association of Warehouse Point, Inc.
Litchfield Performing Arts, Inc.
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford
Little Theatre of Manchester, Inc.
Loaves and Fishes Ministries, Inc.
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Loomis Chaffee School
Love146
Loyola School
Luther Ridge at Middletown
Lyman Heritage Preservation Foundation, Inc.
The Main Idea, Inc.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Massachusetts
Make-A-Wish of New Hampshire, Inc.
Malta House of Care
Manchester Area Conference of Churches, Inc.
Manchester Community College
Manchester High School
Manchester Historical Society
The Manchester Police Activities League, Inc.
Manchester Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
Mandell Jewish Community Center
MARC, Inc. of Manchester
Marin Community Foundation
Marin Country Day School
The Mark Twain House & Museum
Marrakech Inc.
Maryknoll Mission Association of the Faithful, Inc.
Marymount School
The Masonic Charity Foundation of Connecticut
Massachusetts General Hospital
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Master's School
Mayor Mike Peters Little League
McLean Foundation
Mental Health Connecticut, Inc.
Mercy High School
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation
Metro North Regional Employment Board
MetroHartford Alliance, Inc.
Middlesex Land Trust
Middletown High School
The Miracle League of Connecticut, Inc.
Miss Porter's School
Motion Picture & Television Fund
My Sisters' Place, Inc.
NAMI Connecticut, Inc.
National Kidney Foundation of Connecticut
National Multiple Sclerosis Soc-Gr CT Chap
National Theatre of the Deaf
Neighbor Brigade
Network Against Domestic Abuse of North Central CT, Inc.
New Britain Museum of American Art
New England Air Museum
New England Public Radio Foundation Inc
New England Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
New Haven Diaper Bank, Inc.
New York City Ballet Corporation
Newington High School
Noah Webster House
Northside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance
Northwest Catholic High School
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters
Oak Hill
Ohio State University Foundation
Ohio Wesleyan University
Online Journalism Project
Open Hearth Association, Inc.
Operation Fuel, Inc.
Organized Parents Make A Difference
Our Companions Domestic Animal Sanctuary
Our Piece of the Pie
Oxfam America
Oxford Academy
Parkville Senior Center
Pennsylvania Ballet
The Pequot Chapel
Petit Family Foundation
Pets on Wheels of Connecticut, Inc.
The Philadelphia Foundation
The Philadelphia School
Plainville High School
Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of CT
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
Planned Parenthood Los Angeles
Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, Inc.
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains
Planned Parenthood Shasta Diablo Inc.
Playhouse on Park
Pomona College
Pope Hartford Designated Fund
Project Discovery, Inc.
Project Place
Providence College
Prudence Crandell Center for Women
Purple Heart Homes
Reach Beyond Domestic Violence, Inc.
Reader to Reader, Inc.
Real Art Ways, Inc.
Red Gate Farm
Rescue Mission of Trenton
reSET Social Enterprise Trust
Riverfront Recapture, Inc.
Riverwood Poetry Series, Inc.
Roaring Brook Nature Center
Rockville High School
Town of Rocky Hill
The Ron Foley Pancreatic Cancer Foundation
The Rotary Foundation
Sacred Heart School
Sacred Heart University
Saint Anne - Immaculate Conception Church
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center
Saint Mary's School
Saint Patrick - Saint Anthony Church
Saint Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Saint Thomas the Apostle Church
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division
School for Ethical Education
Sea Education Association, Inc.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana
Seniors Job Bank, Inc.
Shelter Music Boston
Simsbury Community Television, Inc.
Simsbury Historical Society
Simsbury Land Trust
Simsbury Light Opera Company
Simsbury Main Street Partnership
Simsbury Performing Arts Center
Town of Simsbury
Sister Cities International of Hartford
Smile Train, Inc.
Sonia Plumb Dance Company, Inc.
South Glastonbury Public Library Association
South Park Inn
South Windsor Cultural Arts Commission
South Windsor High School
South Windsor Historical Society
South Windsor Public Library
Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc.
Southington High School
Special Olympics Connecticut, Eastern Region
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Student Diplomacy Corps
Suffield Elementary PTO
Suffield Firemen's Association
Suffield Historical Society, Inc.
Suffield Little League
Town of Suffield
Tabor House, Inc.
Teach for America
Teen Cultures Connect, Inc.
TheaterWorks, Inc.
The Traprock Center for Peace and Justice
Trinity Academy
Trinity College
True Colors, Inc.
Tufts University
Tyringham Affordable Housing Association
UCLA Medical Sciences Development
Ultimate Peace, Inc.
Unified Theater, Inc.
Union Baptist Church
Union Settlement Association
United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Hartford
United Services Organization, Inc.
United States Ski Team Foundation
United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut
United Way of Connecticut
The Universalist Church of West Hartford
University of Connecticut Foundation
University of Connecticut Law School Foundation
University of Hartford
University of Massachusetts
University of Saint Joseph
University of Vermont Foundation
Urban League of Greater Hartford, Inc.
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Department of Connecticut
Veterans Support Foundation
The Village for Families & Children, Inc.
Vilna Shul, Boston's Center for Jewish Culture
Visiting Nurse & Health Services of CT, Inc.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
The WALKS Foundation, Inc.
Warburton Chapel Trustees
Warburton Community Church
Watkinson School
The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum
Welles-Turner Memorial Library
Wesleyan University
West Avon Congregational Church
West Hartford Art League, Inc.
West Hartford Public Schools
Town of West Hartford
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Wethersfield Historical Society
Town of Wethersfield
William H. Hall High School
Windsor Community Service Council
Windsor Independent Living Association, Inc
Windsor Locks Public Schools
Windsor Locks Public Library
Windsor Police Cadets
Windsor Volunteer Ambulance
Town of Windsor
Wood Memorial Library and Museum
Work Vessels for Vets, Inc.
World Affairs Council of Connecticut
World Learning
Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Team, Inc.
Yale School of Medicine
The Yankee Institute for Public Policy Studies Inc
Yankton College
YMCA Greater Boston
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc.
YWCA Greater Newburyport
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc.

 

 

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