Connecticut

It is clear that long-term relationships with grantee partners are the keys to measuring the Trust’s impact. The business of empowering people and making change comes as a result of patiently investing years of time, energy and resources into building relationships. These partnerships have been built on give and take, trust and understanding, and ongoing dialogue. Sometimes we takes risks on people and ideas, sometimes we push back, disagree and say no, but ultimately we are developing relationships that create something that is better than what was before. Our goal of ending homelessness may seem audacious, but we know it is achievable.

Connecticut Council for Philanthropy
 $5,800
Membership

Partnership for Strong Communities
$450,000
To provide continuing support for the Partnership’s housing advocacy work in Connecticut

Connecticut Association for Human Services
$50,000
To expand access to public benefits for those experiencing homelessness in the Greater Hartford Region

New Haven Home Recovery
$5,000
For consulting costs concerning the purchase of housing units

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness
$14,000
For the revised Rapid Re-Housing Study being undertaken with UCONN’s TRIPP Center

Supportive Housing Works
$15,000
To cover development consulting services and the engagement of a policy consultant

Partnership for Strong Communities
$5,000
Sponsorship of 9th Annual Reaching Home Dinner

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness
$5,000
Sponsorship of the 12th Annual Training Institute

Connecticut News Project 
$25,000
Challenge grant to support crowdfunding projects, “Homeless in CT: Children More Than a Number” and “Veterans and Families–Where to Turn: Homelessness, Health and Education”

United Way of Greater New Haven 
$15,000
To expand access to public benefits for those experiencing homelessness in the Greater Hartford Region

Partnership for Strong Communities
$900,000
To provide continuing support for the Partnership’s housing advocacy work in Connecticut

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$80,000
To continue to support the work implementing the housing goals and strategies of Opening Doors-CT

Billings Forge Community Works
$5,000
For a Wells Sponsorship of the September Farm to Table event

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness
$15,000
To support the coordinated statewide Point-In-Time Count of adults and youth experiencing homelessness planned for this January

Supportive Housing Works
$100,000
A two-year grant to strengthen their regional coordinated access and housing delivery systems through better use of data and performance metrics

Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF)
$75,000
A one-year grant for project management of the Secure Jobs CT pilot project

Connecticut Voices for Children
$270,000
To support their work researching, analyzing, and advocating for strategic public investments and public policies for the most vulnerable children and families

Corporation for Supportive Housing 
$303,000
To support continued work on Opening Doors-CT planning and implementation

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
$205,000
For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition (KTP) and NAMI’s state policy work

Billings Forge Community Works
$460,000
A renewal request to support educational, enrichment and employment opportunities in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford.

Center for Children’s Advocacy
$75,000
A grant to fund the cost of a Project Director to lead a comprehensive statewide planning process for building service capacity and integrating supports available to unaccompanied homeless youth in Connecticut.

Connecticut News Project
$25,000
To support operation of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut’s state government and public policy.

Women’s Institute for Housing and Economic Development
$300,000
A recoverable grant with a four-year renewal term that would provide working capital to the Women’s Institute to create affordable and supportive housing in Connecticut.

Easter Seals Goodwill Industries
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Hartford
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

New London Homeless Hospitality Center
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Prime Time House
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Stamford Shelter for the Homeless
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Association of Religious Communities
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Youth Continuum
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Inspirica
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

AIDS Connectictut
$90,000
A two-year grant to fund the cost of a part-time project manager for the Connecticut Integrated Healthcare & Housing Neighborhood project.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$230,100
For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMI’s state policy work.

Connecticut Voices for Children
$267,275
To support their work researching, analyzing, and advocating for strategic public investments and wise public policies for the most vulnerable children and families.

Partnership for Strong Communities
$900,000
To provide continuing support for the Partnership’s housing advocacy work in Connecticut.

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
$300,000
To support continued work on Opening Doors – Connecticut planning and implementation.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$76,000
To continue to support work implementing the housing goals and strategies of Opening Doors – Connecticut.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$393,645
A two-year grant to support work strengthening the crisis response system and implementation of Opening Doors – Connecticut.

Open Hearth
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Norwich Adult Education
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Living in Safe Alternatives
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Billings Forge Community Works
$345,000
To support community building, youth development and social enterprise in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford.

Meriden Children First Initiative
$10,000
To support the development of a Housing Plan for targeted neighborhoods within the Meriden Family Zone.

Billings Forge Community Works
$18,750
For operating support of the Kitchen at Billings Forge, a social enterprise offering catering and retail food sales with a focus on job training and entrepreneurial development.

Billings Forge Community Works
$96,250
To support on-the-ground community development work in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford.

Connecticut News Project
$80,000
To support operation of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut’s state government and public policy.

My Sisters’ Place
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Inspirica
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$250,246
For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMI’s state policy work.

Connecticut Voices for Children
$267,275
To support their work researching, analyzing, publishing and disseminating work to advocate for strategic public investments and wise public policies.

Susan B. Anthony Project
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Youth Continuum
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Christian Community Action
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Partnership for Strong Communities
$900,000
To provide continuing support for the Partnership’s housing advocacy work in Connecticut.

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
$205,000
To support work on Opening Doors – Connecticut planning and implementation.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$60,000
To support work on Opening Doors – Connecticut planning and implementation.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$116,500
To support work on Opening Doors – Connecticut planning and implementation.

City of Norwich Community Care Team
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Friendship Service Center
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Prime Time House
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Norwich Adult Education
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Billings Forge Community Works
$75,000
For operating support of the Kitchen at Billings Forge, a social enterprise offering catering and retail food sales with a focus on job training and entrepreneurial development.

Billings Forge Community Works
$385,000
To support on-the-ground community development work in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford.

Connecticut Legal Rights Project
$150,000
To renew funding for their housing advocacy program H.O.M.E (Helping Others Maintain Equality in Housing).

Connecticut News Project
$150,000
To support the third year of operation of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut’s state government and public policy.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition (CARC)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

St. Luke’s Lifeworks
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Partnership for Strong Communities
$900,000
To provide continuing support for the Partnership’s housing advocacy work in Connecticut.

Connecticut Voices for Children
$267,275
To continue to support the work of illuminating the role of government in supporting just and healthy communities.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$253,525
For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMI’s state policy work.

Journey Home
$50,000
For a second year of funding for the Moving On Initiative.

Immaculate Conception Shelter
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$20,000
Funding for an organizational capacity assessment.

Billings Forge Community Works
$10,000
For organizational consulting services.

Norwich Adult Education
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
$200,000
To fund the third year of a three-year effort to expand supportive housing as a solution in Connecticut.

Connecticut Legal Services
$100,000
Funding to continue their work on behalf of low-income tenants impacted by foreclosure.

Connecticut Legal Rights Project
$250,000
Funding for their housing advocacy program.

Youth Continuum
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Billings Forge Community Works
$78,769
For operating support of the Kitchen at Billings Forge, a social enterprise offering catering and retail food sales with a focus on job training and entrepreneurial development.

Billings Forge Community Works
$388,680
To support on-the-ground community development work in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford.

Connecticut News Project
$150,000
To support the second year of operation of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut’s state government and public policy.

Thames River Family Program
$9,562
A technology upgrade grant.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition (CARC)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Susan B. Anthony Project
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

The Children’s Home
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Partnership for Strong Communities
$1,003,343
To continue to build on the Partnership’s work around affordable housing policy and advocacy.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$248,285
For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Campaign and NAMI’s state policy work.

Connecticut Voices for Children
$267,275
A renewal request to continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and identify opportunities for those most in need.

Connecticut Appleseed Center for Law & Justice
$10,000
For continued support of the Hartford H.E.L.P program, a service to provide pro bono legal assistance to homeless individuals currently in shelters.

Christian Community Action
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Christian Community Outreach Ministries, Inc.
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

My Sisters’ Place
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

City of Norwich Community Care Team
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Journey Home
$50,000
To fund the Moving On Initiative, a pilot program that will offer current, stable residents of supportive housing – who no longer need intensive support services – a reduced level of services and a rental subsidy. Moving On can then offer a housing subsidy to new tenants who have been in long-term shelter and need intensive services.

New Haven Home Recovery
$80,000
A contingency fund for two supportive housing projects that are currently in development in New Haven.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$120,000
For continuing support of the Nonprofit Developers Network, a technical assistance, training, and advocacy program that is focused on increasing the development of affordable housing in Connecticut.

Norwich Adult Education
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Prime Time House
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Grant

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
$200,000
For the second year of a three-year effort to build on Connecticut’s supportive housing policy and development model.

Connecticut Legal Services
$100,000
To continue their work on behalf of low-income tenants impacted by foreclosure.

Connecticut Legal Rights Project
$444,222
To renew funding for CLRP’s housing advocacy program H.O.M.E (Helping Others Maintain Equality in Housing).

Family and Children’s Aid
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Friendship Service Center
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Youth Continuum
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Interlude, Inc.
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Community Farm of Simsbury
$8,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Connecticut News Project
$100,000
To support the start-up of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut’s state government and public policy.

Billings Forge Community Works
$171,708
For operating and capital support of the Kitchen and Cafe at Billings Forge, social enterprises offering catering and retail food sales with a focus on job training and entrepreneurial development.

Billings Forge Community Works
$275,000
To support on-the-ground community development work in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford.

Salvation Army of Greater Waterbury
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition (CARC)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Appleseed Center for Law & Justice
$7,500
To seed the Hartford H.E.L.P. program, a service to provide pro bono legal assistance to homeless individuals currently in shelter.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$50,000
A two-year grant to support training, technical assistance and coordination related to the Connecticut Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) funded through ARRA.

Connecticut Voices for Children
$267,275
To continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and provide opportunity to those most in need.

Partnership for Strong Communities
$966,000
To continue to build on the Partnership’s core strength of affordable housing policy and advocacy.

My Sisters’ Place
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$215,297
For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMI’s state policy work.

Volunteers of America – Connecticut
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

The Children’s Home
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$95,000
For continuing support of the Community Developers Network, a technical assistance, training, and advocacy program that is focused on increasing development of affordable housing in Connecticut.

City of Norwich Community Care Team
$5,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Friendship Service Center
$125,000
A matching grant for the development of 21 units of permanent supportive housing on Arch Street in New Britain.

Connecticut Legal Rights Project
$375,000
To continue funding the Helping Others Maintain Equity (H.O.M.E.) project, which provides outreach, intervention, and advocacy for adults with mental illness who have critical housing problems.

NeighborWorks New Horizons
$100,000
A request to support operations as the organization continues development of supportive housing in Fair Haven.

Connecticut Legal Services
$100,000
An emergency funding request of $100,000 for legal services work for tenants in foreclosed properties.

Friendship Service Center
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Prime Time House
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Youth Continuum
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition (CARC)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Billings Forge Community Works
$244,363
To support a set of diverse, but targeted community development strategies aimed at impacting a wide array of people both within the Frog Hollow community and outside of it.

Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)
$30,000
To support a response to urban foreclosure in Connecticut.

Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)
$250,000
To support a three year effort to build on Connecticut’s supportive housing policy and development model.

Norwich Adult Education
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$168,685
To support the work of the Keep the Promise Coalition.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$52,860
The second part of a three-year grant to strengthen NAMI’s public policy capacity.

Youth Continuum
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund
$75,000
For the renewal of a Program Related Investment to the Fund’s Community Loan Pool, which finances below-market rate loans to community-based groups and nonprofit developers that create or rehabilitate affordable housing in the Greater New Haven area.

Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund
$30,000
For the renewal of a Program Related Investment to the Fund’s Community Loan Pool, which finances below-market rate loans to community-based groups and nonprofit developers that create or rehabilitate affordable housing in the Greater New Haven area.

Partnership for Strong Communities
$915,000
To continue to build on the Partnership’s core strength of affordable housing policy and advocacy.

Connecticut Voices for Children
$267,265
To continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and provide opportunity to those most in need.

Friendship Service Center
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Salvation Army of Greater Hartford
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Martin House
$40,000
To support the initial technical assistance, professional development and training related to the development of two new supportive housing projects on the Martin House/Thames River campus.

Nehemiah Housing Corporation
$140,000
A Project Related Investment to cover predevelopment and carrying costs for two developments underway in Middletown’s North End Redevelopment Area.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$95,000
For continued support of the Community Developers Network, a technical assistance, training, and advocacy program that is focused on increasing the development of affordable housing in Connecticut.

Connecticut Legal Rights Project
$353,665
To continue funding the Helping Others Maintain Equity in Housing (HOME) project, which provides outreach, intervention, and advocacy activities for adults with mental illness who have critical housing problems.

Open Hearth
$10,000
Educational Opportunity Fund

My Sisters’ Place
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Billings Forge Community Works
$422,900
A Program Related Investment for start-up funding for a fully functioning and professionally managed catering kitchen that will include an entrepreneurial and culinary training program for 8 to 12 participants annually. Culinary Ventures will be a program of Billings Forge Community Works.

Billings Forge Community Works
$338,560
To support a set of diverse, but targeted community development strategies aimed at impacting a wide array of people both within the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford and outside of it.

Partnership for Strong Communities
$815,000
To continue to build on the Partnership’s core strength of affordable housing policy and advocacy in Connecticut.

Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)
$85,000
To support the provision of technical assistance and capacity building services to CDC’s and nonprofit developers across Connecticut.

Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition (CARC)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$6,000
To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts.

Betty Gallo & Company
$96,507
Operational support for advocacy around all aspects of affordable and supportive housing.

Connecticut Voices for Children
$249,998
To continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and provide opportunity to those most in need.

Hartford Collaborative for Community Organizing
$50,000
To support the third year of HCCO’s initiative of creating an effective city-wide system of community organizing in Hartford.

Fairfield 08
$75,000
To fund capacity development for the collaborative.

New Haven Home Recovery
$150,500
A PRI to cover renovation costs of the supportive housing property in New Haven.

New Haven Home Recovery
$85,000
For the remaining acquisition costs of a supportive housing property in New Haven.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$52,860
A three-year grant to strengthen NAMI’s public policy capacity.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$170,913
To support the work of the Keep the Promise Coalition at NAMI.

Norwich Adult Education
$24,000
To continue support for the Collaborative Education Program sponsored by Norwich Adult Education, Reliance House and Martin House.

NeighborWorks New Horizons
$40,000
The second year of a two-year capacity building grant.

Youth Continuum
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Prime Time House
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Connecticut Housing Coalition/Community Development Network
$95,000
For continuing support of the Nonprofit Developers Network, a technical assistance training program that has been funded from the outset by the Trust and is focused on increasing the development of affordable housing in Connecticut.

Connecticut Legal Services
$80,000
To help low income families and individuals in Bridgeport avoid worst case housing situations and homelessness.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$43,195
To support NAMI’s public policy work.

The Children’s Home
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Connecticut Legal Rights Project
$353,223
To continue funding the Helping Others Maintain Equity in Housing (HOME) project, which provides outreach, intervention, and advocacy activities for adults with mental illness who have housing problems related to maintenance, discrimination, and inadequate support services.

Connecticut Legal Rights Project
$120,062
To continue funding for the Keep the Promise Coalition’s coordinator and related supervisory and support activities.

Alderhouse Residential Communities
$100,000
To support organizational capacity and financial development as the organization grows to meet the affordable housing needs of underserved communities in Connecticut.

Connecticut Fair Housing Center
$15,000
For fundraising capacity development.

Friendship Service Center
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

United Cerebral Palsy Association of Southern Connecticut
$131,010
To add a sunroom and pergola to the Olde School Commons accessible, affordable apartment building in Bridgeport.

Kent Affordable Housing, Inc.
$5,441
To retain the part-time Resident Services Coordinator at South Common.

AIDS Housing Corporation
$148,500
For continued supportive housing advocacy work throughout New England.

Fairfield 08
$75,000
For capacity development.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$5,640
To cover advocacy expenses.

Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition (CARC)
$5,640
To cover advocacy expenses.

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness (CCEH)
$5,640
To cover advocacy expenses.

Connecticut Housing Coalition
$5,640
To cover advocacy expenses.

Tri-Town Shelter Services
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Mercy Housing
$65,000
To meet a projected budget deficit for 2006.

Partnership for Strong Communities
$822,200
To support the four major program initiatives that are managed and sustained by the Partnership: Reaching Home Campaign, the HOME CT campaign, the Lyceum Resource and Conference Center, and community development initiatives in the Frog Hollow neighborhood.

Betty Gallo & Company
$69,399
To provide operational support their continued effective and thoughtful advocacy around all aspects of affordable and supportive housing, as well as their work with the Partnership for Strong Communities’ staff on the HOME CT campaign, which makes the case that housing is essential for economic development.

Hartford Collaborative for Community Organizing (HCCO)
$50,000
To support the second year of HCCO’s initiative of creating an effective city-wide system of community organizing in Hartford.

Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC)
$55,000
To support the provision of technical assistance and capacity building services to CDC’s and nonprofit developers across Connecticut.

Connecticut Voices for Children
$243,590
To continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and provide opportunities to those most in need.

NeighborWorks New Horizons
$40,000
A capacity building grant.

NeighborWorks New Horizons
$300,000
A program related investment to support acquisition and predevelopment activities over the next four years.

Connecticut Housing Investment Fund (CHIF)
$500,000
To provide subsidies in the form of bridge financing to qualified non-profit developers involved in rehabilitation of one-to-four family homes in urban neighborhoods for resale to low and moderate income individuals and families. The additional $100,000 is for other lending programs and other Maker lending programs, including interim financing programs for multifamily development and construction loans. (Neighborhood Rebuilder Bridge Loan Program.)

Connecticut Housing Investment Fund (CHIF)
$13,000
For CHIF to retain a consultant to develop a three-year strategic plan for FY 2007-2009.

Prudence Crandall Center for Women
$20,000
To support an organizational assessment of the Prudence Crandall Center.

Susan B. Anthony Project
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

My Sisters Place
$7,500
Educational Opportunity Fund

Operation HOPE of Fairfield, Inc.
$250,000
To fund the Jarvis Court project, a new scattered site supportive housing development that will provide 8 new units for families.

Susan B. Anthony Project
$75,000
A matching grant which ensures that SBAP reaches its Rebuilding Lives Campaign goal of $2.5 million and succeeds with the Kresge Foundation’s challenge grant.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut
$50,000
To build on the goals of expanding NAMI’s based of advocacy, increasing public awareness and education, strengthening fundraising, and implementing significant upgrades to the organization’s technological capacity.

Pathways, Inc.
$150,000
For a group residence in Greenwich, Connecticut, which will provide permanent housing and support services for ten adults with psychiatric disabilities who are at high risk for homelessness.

Norwich Adult Education
$6,500
To continue the Office to Access Resources (OAR) program, which will provide information, resources, referrals and personal support to low-income individuals to help them prepare for, obtain, and retain employment, education, and housing.

Norwich Adult Education
$12,000
To continue support for the Collaborative Education Program, sponsored by Norwich Adult Education, Reliance House and Martin House.

Martin House
$14,655
Funding for the licensing of ClientTrack.Net from Data Solutions International for two years.