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Grants Awarded 2017


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 To provide farm field trips and tutorials at program sites for Foundation supported summer programs focused on scientific exploration of food chains. $8,000
Advocacy Unlimited, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Almada Lodge-Times Farm Camp Corporation For a summer training program at a residential camp that offers leadership, social skills and career development, as well as community involvement. $6,600
Almada Lodge-Times Farm Camp Corporation For a summer residential camp that serves children of all physical and developmental abilities. Themed sessions promote exploration, diversity and collaboration through activities such as gardening, photography, arts, science and nature. $27,500
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Connecticut For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
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. $16,000
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. $6,000
American School for the Deaf To support the American School for the Deaf as a Silver Sponsor for the 200th Anniversary. $4,500
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. $5,750
Andover, Hebron, Marlborough Youth Services, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Andover, Hebron, Marlborough Youth Services, Inc. For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
The Artists Collective, Inc. For a 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
Ascend Mentoring To support the expansion of case management services in the Youth and Family program, including up to $10,000 for program evaluation, over three years. $115,000
Ascend Mentoring To support the expansion of the mentoring program in partnership with Windsor Public Schools, over one year, through Education Investments. $40,000
Autism Families Connecticut For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $10,000
Billings Forge Community Works For a collaborative project with Our Piece of the Pie, to support an Opportunity Youth Job Training Program, over two years. $250,000
Bloomfield Public Schools To support food, diapers, clothing, childcare, safety equipment and other basic human needs of families at the Laurel Family Resource Center. $2,500
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. $8,000
Blue Hills Civic Association To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, over three years, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
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. $16,000
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. $21,000
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. For the Community School program at West Middle School, through the Community Schools Initiative, over one year. $129,250
Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. For continued support of extended day and year school programming in partnership with Bloomfield Public Schools. $290,240
The Bridge Family Center, Inc. For general operating support continuation, over three years. $300,000
The Bridge Family Center, Inc. For a Hartford Region Early Childhood Collaborative Network Project, through Early Childhood Investments. $30,000
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. $44,200
Camp Courant, Inc. For an evaluation capacity grant to help with summer program evaluation, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $10,557
Camp Courant, Inc. For transitional operating support, to offset the unexpected loss of funds, over one year. $80,000
Camp Courant, Inc. For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Canton Historical Society, Inc. For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $10,000
Capital Classics Inc. For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $10,000
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 Samuel Arroyo Center and Friends of Pope Park. $6,500
Capital Workforce Partners For continued support of the Move UP! Partnership for Adult Learning Program, through the Foundation's Adult Literacy Project, over two years. $420,000
Capital Workforce Partners For the 2017 Hartford Summer Youth Employment and Learning Program, over four months. $406,150
Capital Workforce Partners For the Hartford Student Internship Program to support Hartford Public School (HPS) student participation in internships or other work-based learning opportunities, in collaboration with HPS, the City of Hartford, community organizations, and other partners, over one year. $150,000
Capital Workforce Partners For transitional operating support, in collaboration with community partners, to maintain core services of the BEST Chance Partnership Program, over three months. $150,000
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. $9,000
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. $16,750
Capitol Region Education Council For continuation of supplemental funding for the Career Pathways Initiative, over one year. $65,000
Capitol Region Education Council For supplementary funding incentives for the Career Pathways Initiative, over one year. $20,000
Cathedral of Saint Joseph For the food pantry. $4,500
Catholic Charities, Inc. For a full-day, school-based summer social studies enrichment program where students explore different cultures and folktales while building research, writing, teamwork, and social skills. $7,300
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at Southside Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments, over one year. $127,500
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at El Centro Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments, over one year. $127,500
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at Asylum Hill Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments, over one year. $127,500
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at Parker Memorial Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments, over one year. $127,500
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continuation of the Community School program at Thirman L. Milner School, through the Community Schools Initiative, over one year. $293,700
Catholic Charities, Inc. To increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization's financial management, over three years. $200,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. To support the distribution of critical informational materials to immigrants, over one year. $10,000
Catholic Charities, Inc. For continued support for the Family and Community Engagement Specialist, through Early Childhood Investments, over three years. $309,378
CCSU Foundation, Inc. To support the purchase of 20 conference tickets and 10 exhibition tables for local organizations at the Reimagining Justice Conference held on June 14 and June 15, 2017. $6,150
Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc. To support the Immigrant Children's Justice Project work, over one year. $14,852
Center for Latino Progress/CPRF To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, over three years, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Center for Latino Progress/CPRF To support immigrant assistance work, over one year. $15,000
Center for Urban Research, Education and Training, Inc. For a summer school-based day program that offers numeracy, language arts, computer literacy, science and reading enrichment activities. $32,000
Charter Oak Cultural Center For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Charter Oak Health Center For capital funding to renovate the location at 32 Grand Street in Hartford to house specialty services, over one year. $300,000
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
Children's Law Center For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $9,000
The Children's Museum For continuation funding to support capacity building and fundraising, over two years. $125,000
The Children's Museum To expand the Science Achievement for All project to additional schools, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $4,976
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. $36,000
Chrysalis Center, Inc. For health care for veterans. $800
Community Child Guidance Clinic, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
Community Child Guidance Clinic, Inc. To increase clinic outreach and improve services provided to the Manchester community, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $6,000
Community Child Guidance Clinic, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $10,000
Community Child Guidance Clinic, Inc. For technical assistance for executive coaching, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $4,500
Community Health Resources To expand health and wellness programming for the Manchester community, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $7,500
Community Health Resources For a Hartford Region Early Childhood Collaborative Network Project grant, as fiscal agent for Enfield KITE, through Early Childhood Investments. $30,000
Community Health Resources To support enhancements to teen substance use treatment program targeting teens in Glastonbury, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $9,000
Community Health Services Inc. For basic medical supplies and other basic human needs of uninsured patients from the 29-town Greater Hartford region. $5,500
Community Partners in Action, Inc. For transitional operating support, to partially support operations of the Resettlement Program and transitional housing for women at Mart's House, over one year. $110,000
Community Partners in Action, Inc. For a Community Innovation implementation grant, over three years. $450,000
Community Partners in Action, Inc. For supplementary funding incentives for the Career Pathways Initiative, over one year. $20,000
Community Renewal Team, Inc. To support food purchases and basic human needs of shelter residents at the McKinney and East Hartford Shelters. $8,000
Community Renewal Team, Inc. For basic needs of residents at the Generations affordable housing for grandparents raising grandchildren, including housewares, grocery gift cards, school clothing/uniforms, winter coats, and school supplies. $4,000
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 Latino Studies Academy at Burns Elementary School, through the Community Schools Initiative, over one year. $300,000
COMPASS Youth Collaborative For continuation of the Community School program at Asian Studies Academy at Dwight/Bellizzi School, through the Community Schools Initiative, over one year. $302,000
COMPASS Youth Collaborative For continuation of the Community School program at Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy, through the Community Schools Initiative, over one year. $205,000
COMPASS Youth Collaborative For clothing and other basic needs of students at Burns Latino Studies Academy (a Hartford community school). $4,000
Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. To support the Young Manufacturers Academy ($210,000), and to support an independent evaluation of the program (up to $15,000), over three years. $225,000
Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. For the Advanced Manufacturing Employer Partnership and associated Manufacturing Careers Program, from the Catalyst Endowment Fund. $2,243
Connecticut Children's Medical Center Foundation, Inc. To implement recommendations from the Hartford Blueprint for Women's and Children's Health (2015), through Early Childhood Investments, over three years. $300,000
Connecticut Community Care, Inc. For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $5,159
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy For annual support in 2017. $12,000
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy To support the 2017 Connecticut Council for Philanthropy's Annual Meeting & Philanthropy Awards. $10,000
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy To support the Early Childhood Funder Collaborative, through Early Childhood Investments, over two years. $70,000
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
Connecticut Fair Housing Center To support the Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Project, over three years. $235,000
Connecticut Forest and Park Association For the Trails Program infrastructure. $5,000
Connecticut Forum For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
Connecticut Housing Coalition For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
Connecticut Humane Society To improve the welfare of owned and unowned pets in Manchester by expanding the current collaboration with Manchester Animal Control, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $9,000
Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants Inc. To enhance the capacity of the Hartford Immigration Legal Services program to respond to the need for immigration legal services in the 29-town Greater Hartford region. $180,000
Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants Inc. To support distribution of critical informational materials to immigrant serving agencies, over one year. $20,000
Connecticut Landmarks For a planning grant to support the analysis of the sustainability of the current engagement model and development of a written three- to five-year program and business plan for the Greater Hartford sites, over one year. $25,000
Connecticut Main Street Center For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $16,000
Connecticut Main Street Center For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Connecticut News Project, Inc. To support a collaborative effort by Connecticut community foundations to support two journalism series and statewide community conversations, over one year. $48,000
Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program, Inc. For a CIT program that supports student-centered educational program for high school students to participate in simulated work experience to develop digital media or advance manufacturing products. $10,500
Connecticut Radio Information System For radio services for the blind or print disabled at assisted living centers, health care facilities, nursing homes, individual and group homes in the Greater Hartford region. $3,500
Connecticut Science Center For summer science enrichment through the Science Center's outbound program or Center visits by participants in summer programs funded by the Foundation. $18,000
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $8,400
ConnectiKids Inc. For an afternoon literacy, science and math enrichment program that offers project-based critical thinking and hands-on learning. $22,700
ConnectiKids Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $22,000
ConnectiKids Inc. For transitional operating support to continue work with Michael D. Fox and West Middle Community School, over one year. $97,900
ConnectiKids Inc. For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
The Cornerstone Foundation, Inc. For the soup kitchen and shelter services. $9,000
Council on Foundations For annual support in 2017. $12,375
Covenant to Care for Children, Inc. For transitional operating support, to support salary and fringe benefits for the Adopt A Social Worker program coordinator to maintain the current level of services in our region, over one year. $13,000
CT Coalition to End Homelessness, Inc. To build on the existing integrated service system to help end family and youth homelessness by 2020, over three years. $275,000
CT Coalition to End Homelessness, Inc. To conduct the 2018 Point-in Time count and Youth Count, over one year. $30,000
Cuatro Puntos Inc. For project expenses such as artist fees, facility fees, printing, and concert marketing for the 2018 UNITY project, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $8,000
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. $17,000
The Discovery Center For general operating support, over three years. $200,000
The Discovery Center For technical assistance to improve human resources systems, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $17,400
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. $596,000
East Hartford Public Schools To provide a match to support the municipality's grant application for the Working Cities Challenge by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, through Early Childhood Investments, over three years, as fiscal agent for East Hartford CONNects. $45,000
Town of East Hartford For the food pantries. $15,000
Ebony Horsewomen, Inc. For a summer program that provides leadership development, reading, and training in animal care and farm operations, as youth support veterinary science/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. $8,550
Educational Resources for Children, Inc. For transitional operating support to support the relocation of children affected by the recent school closure into new school-age centers, over one year. $100,000
Elizabeth Park Conservancy, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $23,000
End Hunger Connecticut!, Inc. For outreach services. $5,500
Family Day Foundation Inc. For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $10,000
Family Life Education, Inc. For continuation of high-quality family support and early childhood programs at Parkville Family Center, through Early Childhood Investments, over one year. $127,500
Farmington Community Chest For annual distributions to Farmington charities in 2017, over one year. $75,000
Farmington Valley VNA, Inc. For basic human needs services. $3,500
Farmington Valley VNA, Inc. For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, Inc. To provide follow-up services to current Manchester clients, and services to Volunteer Puppy Raisers living in Manchester, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $4,500
First Choice Health Centers To support renovation of the medical home facility at 809 Main Street, East Hartford, over one year. $300,000
First Choice Health Centers For medical and dental services for uninsured and underinsured patients from the 29-town Greater Hartford region. $5,500
First Choice Health Centers To bring dental and podiatric services to residents of low income and subsidized housing sites in Glastonbury, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $25,000
First Congregational Church in Bloomfield For a Hartford Region Early Childhood Collaborative Network Project grant, as fiscal agent for the Alliance for Bloomfield's Children, through Early Childhood Investments. $30,000
Foodshare, Inc. For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $30,000
Friends of Cossitt Library To support updating the Children's Reading Room, from the Pomeroy-Brace Fund. $25,997
Gifts of Love, Inc. To support the expansion of the Growing Together Inter-District Education Program to serve children in the Hartford, Granby, and Avon school districts, over three years. $209,974
Gifts of Love, Inc. For the food pantry, clothing, energy assistance, and other basic human needs services. $9,000
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. $3,570
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. $26,110
Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc. To support the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $1,000
Glastonbury Arts, Inc. To support the 2018 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
Glastonbury Partners in Planting, Inc. To install autonomous lawn mowers in the courtyard of three Glastonbury schools and replace a seven year old autonomous mower and four infested maple trees at the Smith Middle School, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $17,515
Grantmakers for Education For membership dues for 2017. $2,750
Greater Hartford Arts Council, Inc. To support the Hartford Events Grant program, Ignition Grant program and marketing/promotional services for the cultural community, over one year. $500,000
Greater Hartford Harm Reduction Coalition To expand the Ambassador Project to provide harm reduction outreach and referral services at the House of Bread, over one year, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $7,500
Greater Hartford Legal Aid, Inc. To improve educational equity for vulnerable low-income students in Manchester, through the Greater Hartford Legal Aid, Inc. Education Equity Initiative. $250,000
Hands On Hartford For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
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. $15,000
HARC, Inc. For transitional operating support for the supported employment program due to furlough days enacted by the State Department of Developmental Services, over one year. $150,000
HARC, Inc. For Camp Bulova for the 2017-2018 respite program, over one year. $50,000
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $38,500
Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity For general operating support, over three years. $240,000
Hartford Community Loan Fund To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Hartford Community Loan Fund For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $17,950
Hartford Food System, Inc. For general operating support continuation, over three years. $109,500
Hartford Food System, Inc. For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Hartford Friendship Kids' Camp For a school-based summer camp that promotes character development, diversity, and literacy through reading, service projects and the arts. $11,500
Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective For the Aid-A-Pet program, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $4,000
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. $3,670
Hartford Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $29,031
Hartford Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $29,855
Hartford Hospital For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $3,259
Hartford Interval House, Inc. To support basic human needs of shelter residents and for shelter services. $11,000
Hartford Interval House, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
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 Parent University, Inc. For the No Child Held Back program, as recommended by the Latino Endowment Fund. $20,000
Hartford Performs For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $35,000
Hartford Preservation Alliance For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $8,000
Hartford Public Access Television, Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Hartford Public Access Television, Inc. For transitional operating support, to offset losses from the City of Hartford and other sources, over one year. $31,202
Hartford Public Access Television, Inc. For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
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. $16,000
Hartford Public Library To support the Hartford Collection, from the Pomeroy-Brace Fund. $26,000
Hartford Public Library To support distribution of critical informational materials to immigrant serving agencies, over one year. $20,000
Hartford Public Library For a Community Innovation implementation grant, over three years. $297,925
Hartford Public Library For supplementary funding incentives for the Career Pathways Initiative, over one year. $20,000
Hartford Public Library For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Hartford Public Schools To develop an Office of Family and Community Partnership. $380,000
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. $10,000
Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Inc. For the Link Up program. $1,500
Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation To enhance the capacity of Hartford Youth Scholars to expand supports and services to scholars in high school and college, over three years. $60,000
Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation 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. $8,000
Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
Healthy Eyes Alliance For continuation funding to support the Healthy Eyes for Hartford Kids project, over two years. $67,610
HFPG, Inc. For an evaluation consultant to support agency efforts to develop or enhance evaluation methods for individual summer programs. $14,000
Hill-Stead Museum For a planning grant to support the development of an interpretive plan, over one year. $24,000
Hill-Stead Museum For technical assistance to develop a capital and endowment campaign feasibility study, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
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
Hispanics in Philanthropy For organizational membership dues. $5,000
Historical Society of Glastonbury For a capital grant, to support the exterior restorations of the historic Welles-Shipman-Ward House and the Museum on the Green, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $39,062
Holcomb Farm, Inc. To upgrade and enhance farming equipment needed for successful, chemical-free farming, and to improve community outreach, from the Pomeroy-Brace Fund. $26,000
Holcomb Farm, Inc. As fiscal agent for Granby Horse Council, Inc., to install new fencing in two riding rings, at Salmon Brook Park and at Holcomb Farm, from the Pomeroy-Brace Fund. $13,854
Hopewell Baptist Church For the food pantry and other basic human needs of food pantry clients. $4,500
Horizons, Inc. For a summer residential camp that promotes independence, fitness and health, cultural diversity and interpersonal skills for children and adults with disabilities. $2,000
House of Bread, Inc. To support enhancement of the Food Service Career Pathways program, over three years. $180,406
House of Bread, Inc. For the Jubilee House to support Refugee and Immigrant family services. $8,500
House of Bread, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
House of Bread, Inc. For Jubilee House, for picture dictionaries, literacy texts, workbooks and tutoring for the ESOL classes, as recommended by the Hartford Foundation Staff Fund. $1,463
Housing Authority of the Town of Glastonbury For a capital grant, to expend the fiber optic network to reach low income households, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $50,000
Housing Education Resource Center To support housing counseling, information, education and assistance services for Manchester residents, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $4,000
Idealware, Inc. For general operating support. $25,000
ImmaCare Inc. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
ImmaCare Inc. For continued support of the emergency shelter services program, over one year. $144,000
InformCT, Inc To support the addition of questions relevant to the Greater Hartford region to the Connecticut Consumer Confidence Survey, over one year. $9,800
InformCT, Inc To build data literacy skills and expand the data capacity of organizations within the Greater Hartford region through the creation of the CT Data Academy and conducting a data capacity needs assessment, over three years. $90,000
The iQuilt Partnership To support Winterfest for the 2017-2018 season, over one year. $30,000
ITNCentralCT, Inc. For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $10,000
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 mental health treatment for depression and anxiety, especially those suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder. $2,000
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. For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $11,700
Journey Home For continued support of the Greater Hartford Coordinated Access Network, over one year. $125,000
Judy Dworin Performance Project, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
Judy Dworin Performance Project, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
Kinsella Arts, Inc. For art education for elementary students. $900
Knox, Inc. For general operating support, over three years. $245,000
Knox, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Latino Community Services, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $39,000
Legacy Foundation of Hartford For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $25,000
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford For technical assistance for fund development planning, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford For continuation of supplemental funding for the Career Pathways Initiative, over one year. $35,750
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford For supplementary funding incentives for the Career Pathways Initiative, over one year. $6,300
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Little Theatre of Manchester, Inc. For the Passport to the Arts program, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $7,000
Little Theatre of Manchester, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $22,000
Loaves and Fishes Ministries, Inc. For the soup kitchen and the jobs program. $13,500
Local Initiatives Support Corporation For continued support of the Hartford Neighborhood Development Support Collaborative, over two years. $440,000
Lutz Children's Museum To support the care and feeding of all animals in the museum, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $5,000
Manchester Area Conference of Churches, Inc. To upgrade the equipment in the food pantry, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $4,625
Manchester Area Conference of Churches, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $37,000
Manchester Area Conference of Churches, Inc. For the food pantry and other basic human needs. $15,000
Manchester Community College To partially support hosting a VISTA worker, and the student food pantry on campus, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $3,000
Manchester Early Learning Center, Inc. To purchase a bus to provide regular, hands-on, educational and engaging opportunities and experiences for children in year-round, school-age and preschool programs, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $8,000
Manchester Public Schools For continued support for the Family and Community Partnership Plan serving Manchester families. $576,000
Manchester Symphony Orchestra & Chorale, Inc. For the All That Jazz! Pops concert in Manchester, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $2,000
Town of Manchester For a Hartford Region Early Childhood Collaborative Network Project grant, as fiscal agent for Manchester School Readiness Council, through Early Childhood Investments. $30,000
MARC, Inc. of Manchester For a healthy living initiative for Manchester-area residents with disabilities, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $8,000
MARC, Inc. of Manchester For general operating support, over three years. $275,000
The Mark Twain House & Museum For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
Marquis of Granby Ancient Fyfe & Drum Corps For the purchase of authentic reproduction fyfes, purchase of new uniforms and ceremonial equipment, and refurbishment of drums, from the Pomeroy-Brace Fund. $14,720
McLean Affiliates, Inc. For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $23,004
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation For general operating support continuation, over three years. $270,000
MetroHartford Alliance, Inc. To support two community forums in partnership with the City of Hartford to understand the lessons for Hartford from other cities related to municipal bankruptcy, over one year. $15,469
Minority Inclusion Project For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $10,000
MRC Track & Field Series, Inc. For capital needs for the 2017 Summer Track & Field Series such as computers, youth equipment, and other long-term needs of the organization, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $2,200
My Sisters' Place, Inc. For transitional operating support, for housing programs due to losses of funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Department of Mental Health and Addition Services, the Department of Housing, and private funders, over one year. $120,000
My Sisters' Place, Inc. For continued support of the rent subsidy program, over one year. $220,000
NAMI Connecticut, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $33,817
NAMI of Connecticut Inc. - Farmington For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $5,000
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. $29,854
Network Against Domestic Abuse of North Central CT, Inc. For emergency needs of families in the Tracy Thurman Shelter. $5,500
New Covenant United Methodist Church For holiday dinner, gifts and gift cards. $2,000
New England Air Museum For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
New Horizons, Inc. To update central air conditioning in residential units and communal space, over one year. $200,000
Noah Webster House For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
North Central Area Agency on Aging, Inc. For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Open Communities Alliance For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $5,460
Open Hearth Association For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
Open Hearth Association For food, toiletries, securing client identification and other personal documents, as well as other basic needs of Open Hearth clients. $11,500
Open Hearth Association To support the Ways to Work program, in partnership with Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford, to enhance the Hearth's Working Man's Center services, over three years. $210,000
Open Hearth Association For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Operation Fuel, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $17,500
Operation Fuel, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $38,030
Organized Parents Make A Difference For a summer program offering leadership roles at day camp for youth and training in group management and theme development. $8,500
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. $4,000
Our Companions Domestic Animal Sanctuary For general operating support. $1,000
Our Piece of the Pie For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $35,000
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. $18,200
Our Piece of the Pie For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
Partnership for Strong Communities For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Planned Lifetime Assistance Network of CT For services provided to elderly and disabled residents who have lost a caregiver. $3,500
Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, Inc. To support the renovation and relocation of the Hartford North Health Center facility at 1229 Albany Avenue, Hartford, over one year. $300,000
Planned Parenthood of Southern New England, Inc. To provide preventative care for Glastonbury residents, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $30,000
Pro Bono Partnership To provide free legal services for eligible non-profits located in the 29-town region. $50,000
Prudence Crandell Center for Women For supportive housing for victims of domestic violence. $400
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. $6,750
Real Art Ways, Inc. For transitional operating support to offset losses in state and private funding in 2016, over one year. $99,095
Rebuilding Together of Manchester, Inc. To partially support home modifications and repairs for low income homeowners, from the H. Louise Ruddell Charitable Fund. $8,000
Regional Data Cooperative for Greater New Haven To support the 2018 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey and 2019 Greater Hartford Community Wellbeing Index, over two years. $74,000
Riverfront Recapture, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
Town of Rocky Hill For the emergency fuel and energy assistance program. $3,500
Rushford Centers To support the Rushford Glastonbury's Alternative Therapies program, to help persons recovering from addictions find and sustain recovery, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $50,000
RYASAP (Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership, Inc.) For continuation funding to support the placement of young leaders in Hartford area nonprofit organizations, as fiscal agent for Public Allies CT, over two years. $55,000
RYASAP (Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership, Inc.) To support implementing the 2018 Tow Youth Justice Institute (TYJI) Transforming Youth Justice leadership program and participation of six Hartford area nonprofit and justice system stakeholders in the program, over one year. $35,000
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $12,159
Salmon Brook Historical Society, Inc. To restore, document and preserve historical objects and structures in and about the West Granby Cemetery and the surrounding National Register Historic District, from the Pomeroy-Brace Fund. $26,000
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division For a broad-based summer program that provides child-directed projects and enrichment in language arts, math, science, health and safety. $11,100
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 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. $18,000
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, over one year. $326,500
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division To match City of Hartford funds to operate the No Freeze Shelter Program. $92,000
Senior Friends of Hebron For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $3,000
Seniors Job Bank, Inc. To develop a strategic plan, over one year, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $7,500
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
Simsbury Performing Arts Center For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
South Glastonbury Public Library Association For a capital grant, to help with renovation cost in order to comply with fire safety violations and bring the building up to code, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $9,024
South Park Inn For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
South Windsor Child Development Center For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $22,000
Town of South Windsor To support renovations to the new space occupied by the senior center to ensure that the area is accessible and safe for older adults, over one year. $40,000
Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance, Inc. For a Community Innovation implementation grant, over three years. $302,000
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. $9,500
Spectrum in Motion Dance Theater Ensemble, Inc. For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $10,000
Suffield Garden Club, Inc. For the planting of trees on North Main Street, South Main Street, and near the town center on Mountain Road. $13,100
Town of Suffield For the Suffield Middle School girls softball team. $2,000
Town of Suffield For a new scoreboard at the high school. $4,800
Survivors of Homicide, Inc. To establish a committee and advisory board to support the advancement of cold cases in Hartford, over one year, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $7,500
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. $16,500
TheaterWorks, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a facilities plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
TheaterWorks, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, over three years, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Trinity College Community Child Center For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $30,000
Trinity College Community Child Center For technical assistance to help with staff team building, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $8,410
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. $13,000
UCONN: Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean and Latin American Studies To support a survey on the impact of post-disaster displacement on the Greater Hartford region, over six months. $47,280
Unified Theater, Inc. For transitional operating support to maintain the current level of services through the transfer and dissolution process, over six months. $55,000
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, physical activities and respite for parents. $25,500
United We Dream Network, Inc. To support the network of BIA providers in the Hartford region with immigrant outreach, over one year, as fiscal agent for Connecticut Students for a Dream. $29,835
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $4,600
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $4,351
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $4,615
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $11,472
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $5,609
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $3,744
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $11,655
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $3,924
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $4,601
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $19,070
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $7,692
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $4,501
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $7,400
University of Connecticut Health Center For a client needing assistance with medical bills, from the Newton C. and Elsie B. Brainard Fund. $14,321
University of Connecticut Neag School of Education To support the enhancement of the UConn Administrator Preparation Program curriculum, through Education Investments, over one year. $208,104
Urban League of Greater Hartford, Inc. For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $18,000
Urban League of Greater Hartford, Inc. To implement consultant recommendations on financial operations, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $40,000
Vernon Community Network To establish a Neighborhood Advocates program, over one year, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $7,500
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. $13,500
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. $7,000
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, over one year. $127,500
The Village for Families & Children, Inc. For continuation of the Community School program at Museum Academy at Wish School, through the Community Schools Initiative, over one year. $170,390
The Village for Families & Children, Inc. For continuation of the Community School program at Alfred E. Burr Community School, through the Community Schools Initiative, over one year. $226,000
Volunteers in Psychotherapy For general operating support, over two years, through the Small Agency Grant Program. $10,000
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. $11,500
Town of West Hartford For the food pantry. $5,000
The West Indian Foundation, Inc. For a summer day program that supports education and life skills development through the arts, fitness, and other activities. $16,500
Wethersfield Historical Society For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Wethersfield Historical Society To support cultural, educational, and community collaborative programs at the Robert Allan Keeney Memorial Cultural Center, over one year. $49,950
Town of Wethersfield For the purchase of food for Wethersfield Food Bank ($4,500) and transportation, school uniforms, diapers, and other basic human needs of families with children ($1,500). $6,000
Town of Wethersfield For a Hartford Region Early Childhood Collaborative Network Project grant, as fiscal agent for Wethersfield Early Childhood Collaborative, through Early Childhood Investments. $30,000
Winding Trails, Inc. For recreation programs in Farmington. $2,000
Windsor Historical Society For technical assistance to develop a strategic plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $13,000
Windsor Historical Society For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Windsor Locks Public Schools To strengthen family, school, and community partnerships through the Creating Partnerships and Pathways for College, Career, and Life Readiness Initiative, over one year. $180,242
Windsor Locks Public Schools For the implementation of the Early Development Inventory (EDI) and dissemination of the results through community conversations, through Early Childhood Investments, over 18 months. $62,430
Windsor Public Schools For continued support of the Family and Community Partnership Plan serving Windsor families. $334,690
Women's League Child Development Center For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $39,000
Yale University For the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence to develop a plan to introduce and pilot a model for expanding access to RULER in the Capital Region, over six months, through Early Childhood Investments. $50,000
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. For a summer day camp with weekly themes to support literacy, youth development, and other structured learning activities. $9,000
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. For a project-based learning summer day program that builds leadership, job/college application, and communications skills as CITs research and build their life and health roadmap. $6,000
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. $16,000
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. To support the financial literacy programming offered to children and families through the Y Achievers Fun & Finance Academy, Y Teen Incentive Program, Girls Creating a Future, Boys with a Purpose, and Beat Lab, as recommended by the Black Giving Circle Fund. $10,000
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. To continue and enhance the LIVESTRONG program at Glastonbury Family YMCA, from the Norma and Natale Sestero Fund. $50,000
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc. For 2017 Board Leadership Program Follow-Up Consultation. $5,000
Youth Policy Institute of Iowa As fiscal agent for Youth Transition Funders Group, to support the 2018 Hartford Foundation staff participation in the Youth Transition Funders Group ($1,500), and its Youth Justice Workgroup ($1,500). $3,000
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc. For a strategic technology grant, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $50,000
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc. For an executive director transition plan, through the Nonprofit Support Program. $45,900
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 shelter and basic human needs services. $11,000
YWCA Hartford Region, Inc. For continuation of supplemental funding for the Career Pathways Initiative, over one year. $40,000
YWCA of New Britain To support the Hartford Sexual Assault Crisis Service's volunteer diversity program, over three years. $90,000

 

 

Donor-Advised / Designated Grants

AGENCY
Achieve Hartford!
Achievement First
Actuarial Foundation
Agency on Aging of South Central Connecticut, Inc.
AIDS Connecticut, Inc.
Alaska Conservation Foundation
Albert J. Solnit Center - North Campus
Albert Schweitzer Organ Festival, Inc.
All Saints' Episcopal Church
Almada Lodge-Times Farm Camp Corporation
Alzheimer's Association, Connecticut Chapter
American Cancer Society
American Cancer Society National
American Friends Service Committee
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
American Parkinson Disease Association - Connecticut Chapter
American Printing House for the Blind, Inc.
American Red Cross
American School for the Deaf
Americares
The Amistad Center for Art & Culture, Inc.
Ancient Burying Ground Association, Inc.
Anna E. Norris Elementary School
Anti Defamation League
Archdiocese of Hartford
Arthritis Foundation, New England Region, Inc.
The Artists Collective, Inc.
Ascend Mentoring
Asian American Civic Association, Inc.
Asnuntuck Community College
Asylum Hill Congregational Church
Asylum Hill Learning Zone, Inc.
Audubon Alaska
Aurora Women and Girls Foundation, Inc.
Avon Congregational Church
BalletX
The Barton Center for Diabetes Education, Inc.
Berkshire Natural Resources Council
Berkshire Resources for Integration of Diverse Groups & Education Inc.
Berlin Lions Charities, Inc.
Billings Forge Community Works
Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation, Inc.
BorderLinks
Boston Medical Center - Children's HealthWatch
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
Building Healthy Families, Inc.
Burgundy Farm Country Day School
Bushnell Park Foundation, Inc.
Camp Courant, Inc.
Camp Fire USA Inland Northwest Council
Camp Laurelwood, Inc.
Cape Cod Foundation, Inc.
Capital City Education Alliance, Inc.
Capital Workforce Partners
Capitol Region Education Council
Capitol Squash, Inc.
Carnegie Mellon University
Carter Cares, Inc.
Casa Myrna Vazquez, Inc.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
Catholic Charities, Inc.
Catholic Relief Services, Inc.
Cedar Hill Cemetery Foundation
Center Church
Center for Adolescent Research and Education, Inc.
Center for Children's Advocacy, Inc.
Center for Latino Progress/CPRF
Central Connecticut State University
Charter Oak Amateur Boxing Academy
Charter Oak Cultural Center
Charter Oak State College Foundation
Chatham Orpheum Theater, Inc.
Cherish the Children Foundation
Children's Educational Opportunity Foundation
Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation
Children's Law Center
The Children's Museum
Chinook Fund
Christ Church
Christian Activities Council
Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
Chrysalis Center, Inc.
Church Home of Hartford, Inc.
Church Homes, Inc.
Church of Christ, Congregational
Church of Saint Peter Claver
City Squash Inc.
College Access Fairfax
College Heights Foundation
Columbus Academy
Committee of the Proprietors of the Common & Undivided Land in New Haven
Community Baptist Church
Community Health Charities of New England
Community Health Resources
Community Health Services Inc.
Community Partners in Action, Inc.
Community Renewal Team, Inc.
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 Center for Advanced Technology, Inc.
Connecticut Children's Medical Center Foundation, Inc.
Connecticut Choral Artists
Connecticut Conference United Church of Christ
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy
Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
Connecticut Explored, Inc.
Connecticut Fair Housing Center
Connecticut Firemen's Historical Society, Inc.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association
Connecticut Foundation for Dental Outreach, Inc.
Connecticut Heritage Foundation
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 NARAL Foundation Inc.
Connecticut National Guard Foundation, Inc.
Connecticut News Project, Inc.
Connecticut Public Broadcasting
Connecticut Radio Information System
Connecticut River Museum
Connecticut River Watershed Council, Inc.
Connecticut Science Center
Connecticut Sports Management Group, Inc.
Connecticut State Library
ConnectiKids Inc.
Construct, Inc.
Conway Historical Society, Inc.
Cornell University
The Cornerstone Foundation, Inc.
Covenant House
Covenant Preparatory School
Covenant to Care for Children, Inc.
Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences
Crotched Mountain Foundation
CT Coalition to End Homelessness, Inc.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation-Connecticut Chapter
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Daughters of Mary of the Immaculate Conception
Denver Health Foundation
The Discovery Center
Doctors Without Borders
Dress for Success Hartford
Duke University
Duncaster
East Coast Greenway Alliance
East Granby Public Library
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.
Enfield Food Shelf
Enfield Loaves & Fishes, Inc.
Family Life Education, Inc.
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
Florence Griswold Museum
Foodshare, Inc.
FORCE: Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered
Fortunate Blessings Foundation Inc.
Foundation for West Hartford Public Schools, Inc.
Friends of Glastonbury Rowing, Inc.
Friends of the Farm at Hilltop, Inc.
Friends of the Simsbury Library
Friends of the Wissahickon
Friends of Valley Falls, Inc.
Friendship Service Center
Gaylord Hospital
Germantown Friends School
Gifts of Love, Inc.
Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Inc.
Girls on the Run Greater Hartford
Girls, Inc.
Glastonbury Arts, Inc.
Glastonbury Education Foundation
Glastonbury Partners in Planting, Inc.
Town of Glastonbury
Glory Chapel International Cathedral
Go Hartford Mayor Mike's Foundation for Kids, Inc.
Good Shepherd Manor, Inc.
Goodspeed Opera House Foundation, Inc.
Goodwin College
Governor's Academy
Grace Academy
Grace Episcopal Church
Grace Episcopal Church
Granby Land Trust
Greater Boston Food Bank
Greater Hartford Arts Council, Inc.
Greater Hartford Community Foundation
Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz
The H.O.P.E. Foundation for a Better Tomorrow
Hands On Hartford
HARC, Inc.
Harriet Beecher Stowe Center
HartBeat Ensemble
Hartford 2000, Inc.
Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity
Hartford Art School, Inc.
Hartford Artisans Weaving Center
The Hartford Catholic Worker
The Hartford Chorale
Hartford City Mission
Hartford Consortium for Higher Education
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 Promise
Hartford Public Library
Hartford Public Schools
Hartford Rescue Mission
Hartford Stage Company, Inc.
Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Inc.
Hartford Youth Scholars Foundation
Hartford's Proud Drill, Drum & Dance Corp
The Hartt School at the University of Hartford
Healing Meals Foundation Corporation
Heifer Project International
HFPG, Inc.
High Hopes Therapeutic Riding, Inc.
Hillel at the University of Connecticut
Hill-Stead Museum
Hispanic Federation
Historic Huguenot Street
Hockanum Valley Community Council, Inc.
The Hole In The Wall Gang Fund
Holy Family Passionist Retreat Center
HomeFront
Horace Bushnell Children's Food Pantry
Horace Bushnell Memorial Hall Corporation
Horizons, Inc.
Hospital for Special Care
House of Bread, Inc.
Housing Corporation of Arlington
Houston Food Bank
Howell Cheney Technical High School
HSC Community Services, Inc.
ImmaCare Inc.
Immanuel Church Foundation for the Elderly
Immanuel Congregational Church
Initiative for a Competitive Inner City
Intensive Education Academy, 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, Inc.
John J. Driscoll United Labor Agency, Inc.
Jorge M. Pérez Art Museum Miami of Dade County, Inc.
Joshua's Tract Conservation and Historic Trust, Inc.
Journey Home
Judy Dworin Performance Project, Inc.
Junior Achievement of Southwest New England, Inc.
The Justice Education Center, Inc.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
Kennebunk Land Trust
Kingswood Oxford School
Knox, Inc.
Latino Community Services, Inc.
Leadership Greater Hartford
Learning Ally, Inc.
Legacy Foundation of Hartford
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Liberty Community Services, Inc.
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
City of Lowell
Loyola School
LRGHealthcare
Luther Ridge at Middletown
Lyman Heritage Preservation Foundation, Inc.
The Main Idea, Inc.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Massachusetts
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Connecticut
Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas
Malta House of Care
Manchester Area Conference of Churches, Inc.
Manchester Community College
Manchester Historical Society
The Manchester Police Activities League, Inc.
Manchester Scholarship Foundation, Inc.
Mandell Jewish Community Center
Mansfield Environmental Trust Inc.
MARC, Inc. of Manchester
Marin Community Foundation
Marin Country Day School
The Mark Twain House & Museum
Marquis of Granby Ancient Fyfe & Drum Corps
Maryknoll Mission Association of the Faithful, Inc.
Marymount School
Mary's Place
The Masonic Charity Foundation of Connecticut
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
McLean Foundation
Medical Aid to Haiti, Inc.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation
Metro North Regional Employment Board
The Miracle League of Connecticut, Inc.
Miss Porter's School
Mitchell Farm Equine Retirement
Motion Picture & Television Fund
My Sisters' Place, Inc.
National Council of the United States, Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Inc.
National Kidney Foundation of Connecticut
National Theatre of the Deaf
Needham Community Council
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 London Community Meal Center
New York City Ballet Corporation
NFA Foundation, Inc.
Night Fall, Inc.
Noah Webster House
North Pembroke Elementary School
Northwest Catholic High School
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters
Oak Hill
Ohio State University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Online Journalism Project
Open Hearth Association
Operation Fuel, Inc.
Organized Parents Make A Difference
Our Companions Domestic Animal Sanctuary
Our Piece of the Pie
Oxfam America
Oxford Academy
Pennsylvania Ballet
The Pequot Chapel
Petit Family Foundation
The Philadelphia Foundation
The Philadelphia 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
Project Discovery, Inc.
Project Place
Providence College
Prudence Crandell Center for Women
Reach Beyond Domestic Violence, Inc.
Read to a Child
Reader to Reader, Inc.
Real Art Ways, Inc.
Regents of the University of California
Regional Employment Board of Hampden County Inc.
Renbrook School, Inc.
Research To Prevent Blindness, Inc.
Riverfront Recapture, Inc.
Roaring Brook Nature Center
The Ron Foley Pancreatic Cancer Foundation
The Rotary Foundation
Rushford Centers
Sacred Heart School
Sacred Heart University
Saint Anne - Immaculate Conception Church
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center Foundation, Inc.
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center
Saint Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church
Saint Thomas the Apostle School
Saint Thomas the Apostle Church
Salvation Army Greater Houston Area Command
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division
San Geronimo Valley Community Center
Sandy Hook Promise Foundation
School for Ethical Education
Sea Education Association, Inc.
Seniors Job Bank, Inc.
SERC Foundation
Services for the Elderly of Farmington, Inc.
Shelter Music Boston
Shiloh Baptist Church
Shriners Hospitals for Children
Simsbury Garden Club
Simsbury Historical Society
Simsbury Land Trust
Simsbury Main Street Partnership
Simsbury Performing Arts Center
Town of Simsbury
Sister Cities International of Hartford
Smile Train, Inc.
Solomon Schechter Day School
The Sounding Board, Inc.
South Glastonbury Public Library Association
South Park Inn
South Windsor Cultural Arts Commission
South Windsor Historical Society
South Windsor Public Library
Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc.
St. Augustine Church
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
St. Mary's Church
Student Diplomacy Corps
Suffield Historical Society, Inc.
Suffield Volunteer Ambulance Association
Town of Suffield
Teach for America
TheaterWorks, Inc.
Trinity Academy
Trinity College
True Colors, Inc.
Tufts University
UCLA Foundation-UCLA Health Sciences
Ultimate Peace, Inc.
Union Baptist Church
Union Settlement Association
United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Hartford
United Service Organization, Inc.
United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut
United Way of Connecticut
The Universalist Church of West Hartford
University of Connecticut Foundation
University of Hartford
University of Massachusetts
University of Saint Joseph
University of Vermont Foundation
Urban Alliance
Urban League of Greater Hartford, Inc.
The Village for Families & Children, Inc.
Vilna Shul, Boston's Center for Jewish Culture
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 Library
West Hartford Public Schools
Town of West Hartford
Westminster Presbyterian Church
William H. Hall High School
Windsor Community Service Council
Windsor Independent Living Association, Inc
Windsor Locks Public Library
Windsor Police Cadets
Windsor Volunteer Ambulance
Town of Windsor
Wood Memorial Library and Museum
The WorkPlace Inc.
World Affairs Council of Connecticut
World Learning
Wounded Warrior Project
Yale School of Medicine
The Yankee Institute for Public Policy Studies Inc
Yankton College
Year Up Boston
YMCA Greater Boston
YMCA of Metropolitan Hartford, Inc.
YWCA Greater Newburyport

 

 

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