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Grant History

Total Grants: $2,518,905


OrganizationTitleDescription Paid in 2016
AdelbrookSummer ProgramA summer camp experience focusing on behavioral health for youth. $10,000
Berlin High SchoolBerlin UpBeatA peer leadership program for students attending Berlin High School. $6,000
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls Program An after school program exclusively for girls that focuses on self-esteem and confidence to help them make healthy choices. $34,500
Boys & Girls Club of WaterburyClub ProgramsEducational and recreational programs for youth. $45,000
Brass City HarvestCommunity Food ProgramA community food system in Waterbury that increases access to fresh produce and teaches adults and youth about nutrition and healthy eating. $27,000
Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development ProgramSocial services for at-risk children and their families in West Hartford elementary schools. $25,000
Bridge to SuccessCommunity Collaborative SupportA community partnership of Waterbury agencies and leaders working to develop, manage and concentrate efforts around issues concerning Waterbury youth from birth to 21 years of age. $25,000
Building Hope TogetherHomelessness Prevention Program To support a city-wide effort to coordinate housing, employment, and homelessness prevention strategies and services for individuals and families in New Britain. $30,000
Capital Workforce PartnersSecure Jobs - New BritainA funders collaborative to address the employability of families at risk of the being homeless in the greater Hartford region, including New Britain. $7,500
Central Connecticut State UniversityParaDYM Academy A youth program that focus on multimedia productions and developing career and college readiness skills for high school students. $40,000
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutFamilies-in-Transition ProgramMediation services for low-income parents in order to help families reduce conflict as an alternative to litigation in dispute or divorce cases. $10,000
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutLegal Representation ProgramLegal representation for children involved in high conflict cases in New Britain and Waterbury judicial districts, to ensure the childrens' best interests are reprented. $75,000
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutTruancy Intervention ProgramA program that matches attorney volunteers as mentors for middle school students with high absenteesim rates, to reduce truancy and juvenile court petitions in New Britain. $27,995
Circle of CareEmergency FundSupport to families from towns in ASF's service area experiencing financial hardship while their children are undergoing cancer treatments. $20,000
City of New BritainExcerise the Right Choice ProgramA comprehensive after school program focusing on academic assistance, recreation and cultural arts at two middle schools in New Britain. $150,000
City of New BritainPolice Explorers Summer AcademyA one-week intensive summer program for cadets that focuses on law enforcement. $7,500
Coalition for New Britain's YouthCommunity Collaborative Support A citywide collaborative committed to improving the lives of New BritainÕs youth, birth through age 24, and working to ensure they have what they need to succeed in all areas of life. $50,000
Coalition for New Britain's YouthProgram AcademyAn annual week-long professional development training session for youth serving agencies in New Britain. The Academy is aligned with the Coalition for New Britain's Youth's goals and objectives. $5,000
Coalition for New Britain's YouthElementary Summer ProgramA summer program operated in partnership with the Consolidated School District of New Britain and youth agencies, to improve academic outcomes for low performing students in 1st to 3rd grade. $50,000
CONCORASeason PerformancesAn annual concert series featuring three performances at First Church in New Britain. $15,000
Connecticut Council for PhilanthropyEarly Childhood Funders CollaborativeA statewide collaborative of funders working toward systematic improvements in early childhood education. $5,000
Connecticut Council for PhilanthropyLeadership FundTo support their work to connect and strengthen the philanthropic sector in Connecticut. $10,000
Connecticut Junior RepublicWork-Based Summer Program A summer vocational training and employment program for at-risk youth in Waterbury. $26,700
Connecticut Radio Information SystemProgram Support To produce and broadcast readings to individuals with visual disabilities. $15,000
Connecticut Storytelling Center Inc.Start with StoriesSupporting professional storytellers in school classrooms who present multi-cultural folktales through oral and writen activities in New Britain and surrounding towns. $7,000
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren and Community Concerts Support for a music appreciation program in New Britain schools and classical music performances in the community. $32,000
Coram DeoClient Services Program A transitional residential treatment program for women recovering from addiction. $30,000
Covenant Soup KitchenSoup KitchenTo provide meals and emergency food to families in Windham County. $5,000
CPEPSTEM Summer ProgramA summer program focused on STEM subjects for youth at Slade Middle School in New Britain. $20,000
CPEPAfter-school STEM Program An after school program focused on STEM in New Britain and Waterbury. $70,000
Farrell Treatment CenterCapital GrantFor equipment needed for a new outpatient clinic in New Britain. $22,975
First Tee of ConnecticutIn-School Golf Program A program that introduces elementary-school students to the game of golf. $16,000
FoodShare, Inc.Food Delivery ProgramA mobile food delivery program to bring fresh produce twice a week to 132 sites in high-need areas in 30 ASF towns including New Britain. $40,000
Friendship CenterCapital GrantPayment towards a total campaign gift of $232,861 to the Howey House, a new perminant supportive project which will provide 10 to 12 one-bedroom units for chronically homeless individuals $125,000
Gifts of LoveFood Program To underwrite the costs of providing food to low-income families and students through their backpack program. $10,000
Girls Inc.Capital GrantTo repair and upgrade their main gym at their Waterbury location. $50,000
Granville AcademyAcademic Enrichment ProgramA youth development program that provides mentoring and academic tutoring during after school hours to youth in Waterbury to help them become college ready. $5,000
Greater Waterbury Interfaith MinistriesSoup Kitchen and Emergency Food Pantry To provide meals in their soup kitchen and groceries for needy residents in Waterbury. $12,000
Horizons, Inc.Respite Program A respite care program for families who have adult children with a developmental disability. $10,000
The Hospital of Central ConnecticutCapital GrantPayment towards a total campaign gift of $1,000,000 to support the construction of a new cancer center building in New Britain that will unite clinical care, prevention and outreach services along with cancer-related research and clinical trials at one location. $217,500
The Hospital of Central ConnecticutMothers Offering Mothers SupportA peer-facilitated support group designed to meet the social and emotional needs of teen mothers in New Britain. $20,000
Human Resources AgencyOsgood Resource Center A center for distribution of food and referral services in the Northwest area of the New Britain. $10,000
Human Resources AgencyFinancial Literacy Program for Youth A financial literacy program where high school students in New Britain learn to serve as volunteer tax peparers. $50,000
Junior AchievementIn-School Education Program To teach students the basics of business through project based-learning activities provided by business volunteers in classrooms in New Britain and Waterbury schools. $50,000
Love146Connecticut Survivor CareTo provide services to young people who have been the victims of exploitation. $20,000
The Main Street SingersChildren's Choir and PerformancesTo support a children's choir and community performances in Greater New Britain. $5,000
Mattatuck MuseumYouth and Family ProgramsA variety of arts and history-based educational programs for children and families in Waterbury. $45,000
Neighborhood Housing Services of WaterburyAlmost Home ProgramA program designed to provide academic enrichment for youth living in the Northend neighborhood area of Waterbury. $20,000
New Britain Museum of American ArtFree Saturday ProgramTo provide greater access to the museum and its education programs for children and families, which includes free admission Saturday mornings. $55,000
New Britain Public LibraryHomework CenterTo provide one-on-one tutoring and homework help at the library. $5,500
New Britain ROOTSYouth Agriculture Program An urban farming program designed to teach students about environmental science and healthy eating. $11,426
New Britain Youth MuseumsSisters in Science ProgramAn after school program that encourages middle-school girls who love science to explore STEM careers. $28,157
New Britain Youth TheaterElementary School Theater Program To support theater arts after school programs at two New Britain elementary schools. $15,000
New Opportunities, Inc.Secure Jobs - WaterburyA funders collaborative to address the employability of families at risk of homelessness in the greater Waterbury region. $5,000
Operation Fuel, Inc.Energy Assistance ProgramTo provide emergency energy assistance to residents of New Britain and Waterbury who do not qualify for government subsidies. $50,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterMoving Mountains Academy An after school program for middle school youth in New Britain that focus on drop-out prevention and prepares youth to make the transition to high school. $60,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterHardware City Bikes Program An after school program for at-risk middle school boys that uses bicycle repair workshops to keep them engaged in school in New Britain. $35,000
Palace TheaterArts Education Program An after school theater arts education program designed to enhance language arts and theater appreciation for high school youth in the Greater Waterbury area. $30,000
Pathways/Senderos CenterTeen Pregnancy Prevention Program A comprehensive after school program designed to guide students successfully from middle school through to high school graduation. $25,000
Pathways/Senderos CenterSummer Youth Employment ProgramA multi-agency collaboration designed to help young teens gain job readiness and explore careers in New Britain. $74,652
Plainville ARCCamp Trumbull A summer program for persons with developmental disabilities who need specialized services. $17,000
Plainville Community Food PantryBackpack ProgramTo provide children of families who are in economic need with school supplies throughout the school year. $15,000
Police Athletic League of New BritainPALS Program An after school program to help middle school youth achieve academically while engaging in positive activities and developing mentoring relationships with local police officers. $30,000
Polish American Foundation of CTCommunity Arts ProgramsTo support four arts and culture programs including their Fryderyk Chopin Society performance season. $10,000
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.Capital GrantTo replace the outdated phone system needed to support their 24/7 crisis hotline service. $20,000
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.Emergency Shelter ProgramTo support their emergency shelter and 24/7 crisis hotline services for victims of domestic violence and their children. $32,000
Queen Ann Nzinga CenterChildren's Theater Arts Program A creative performing arts program that focuses on school success and build self-esteem for children from the Greater New Britain area. $10,000
Reach Out and ReadEarly Literacy Program Training for medical providers to encourage early literacy by giving books to children and reading advice to parents during medical exams in New Britain. $10,000
St. Vincent DePaul Mission of WaterburySoup Kitchen and Food Pantry Program To provide emergency assistance and outreach services to connect people to basic services in Waterbury. $25,000
St. Vincent DePaul PlaceSoup Kitchen and Outreach Program To provide emergency assistance and outreach services to connect people to basic services in the Greater Middletown area. $5,000
Shakesperience ProductionsIn-School Theatre Arts Program A theater arts education program that enhances the language arts curriculum for elementary schools in Waterbury and New Britain. $32,000
The Shoreline Soup Kitchens & PantriesFood DistributionTo provide emergency food assistance and fellowship to people in need in several of ASF's shoreline towns. $5,000
South Congregational ChurchMusic Series An annual music series consisting of three community performances at various venues including South Church in New Britain. $5,000
Susan B. Anthony ProjectThe Rebuilding Lives Program Support for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence and live in their transitional housing in Torrington. $30,000
United Way of Greater WaterburyHome Visiting ProgramA multi-agency initiative to provide early literacy programs through home visits for children in low-income families. $15,000
Vision New Britain, Inc.TRIAD Senior PromTo support an intergenerational event aimed at improving quality of life for the elderly living in the Greater New Britain area. $3,500
VNA Health At Home, Inc.Community Wellness ProgramA community health screening and immunization program for low-income individuals living in the Greater Waterbury area. $15,000
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTAnnual CampaignContribution to the annual campaign. $5,000
United Way of Greater WaterburyAnnual CampaignContribution to the annual campaign. $5,000
Waterbury SymphonyBRAVO ProgramA music appreciation and education program offering high quality music instruction after school at 1 elementary school in Waterbury. $15,000
Waterbury Youth ServicesLinking Academics to Life ProgramA youth development after school program for high school youth in Waterbury. $45,000
YMCA of Greater WaterburyCapital GrantTo replace the dehumidification system in the pool area. $50,000
YMCA of Greater WaterburyBasketball Academy 2016-17An after school program in Waterbury which helps high school students meet the academic requirements to graduate high school and succeed in higher education. $10,000
YWCA of New BritainSTRIVE Program 2016-17An after school program for middle school girls that focuses on teen pregnancy and school droput prevention in New Britain. $65,000
YWCA of New Britain2016 Middle School Summer ProgramA six week summer program for 5th graders to engage them in learning and help prepare them for middle school, conducted in partnership with OIC of New Britain. $40,000
Total Grants: $2,581,174


OrganizationTitleDescriptionPaid in 2015
Berlin High SchoolBerlin UpBeat A peer leadership program for students at Berlin High School.$6,000.00
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls A teen pregnancy and substance abuse prevention program for girls of all ages during after school hours.$30,000.00
Boys & Girls Club of WaterburyClub Programs For educational and recreational programs for youth.$45,000.00
Brass City HarvestCommunity Food ProgramTo support a community food system for Waterbury residents with increased access to fresh produce, and to teach youth about nutrition.$27,000.00
Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development Program Social services for at-risk children and their families located in a West Hartford elementary school.$25,000.00
Bridge to SuccessCommunity Collaborative Support A community partnership of Waterbury agencies and leaders working in concert to develop, manage and concentrate efforts around issues concerning Waterbury youth birth to 21 years of age.$25,000.00
Building Hope Together - The Mayor's plan to end homelessnessCold Weather Shelter ProgramTo support the emergency cold weather shelter program in New Britain.$5,000.00
Capital Workforce PartnersSecure Jobs North Central A funders collaborative to pilot a program to address the employability of families at risk of the being homeless in the greater Hartford region, including New Britain.$7,500.00
Capital Workforce PartnersSummer Youth Employment ProgramA summer career experience program to build employability skills for youth 14 and 15 in New Britain.$80,432.00
Center for Human Development, Inc.Cold Weather Shelter ProgramTo support the emergency cold weather shelter program in Waterbury.$5,000.00
Central Connecticut State UniversityParaDym Academy Under the auspices of Community Central, an after school program for New Britain high school students that uses multi-media production as a vehicle to enable youth to help improve their overall academics and college readiness skills, while providing career exploration in multimedia fields.$30,000.00
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutLegal Representation Program To provide an attorney for children involved in high conflict custody or visitation cases in the New Britain and Waterbury Judicial Districts.$75,000.00
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutTruancy Intervention Program A pro-bono mentoring program that matches attorney volunteers with truant middle school students in order to reduce juvenille court petitions.$25,230.00
Circle of CareEmergency FundDirect financial support to families experiencing financial hardship while their children are undergoing cancer treatments.$20,000.00
City of New BritainExercise the Right Choice ProgramA comprehensive after school program for middle school youth that focuses on academic assistance, recreation and cultural arts.$150,000.00
City of New BritainPolice Explorers Summer AcademyA one-week intensive summer program for cadets that focuses on law enforcement.$7,500.00
Coalition for New Britain's YouthProgrammatic SupportA citywide collaborative committed to improving the lives of New Britain’s youth, birth through age 24, and working to ensure they have what they need to succeed in all areas of life.$50,000.00
Community Foundation of Greater New BritainElementary Summer ProgramA summer program operated by a partnership between the New Britain School District and youth agencies, to improve academic outcomes for low performing students from New Britain elementary schools.$50,000.00
Community Mental Health AffiliatesCapital GrantTo help modernize the health records of this behavioral health care provider in CT.$40,000.00
CONCORASeason PerformancesAn annual concert series featuring three performances at First Church in New Britain.$15,000.00
Connecticut After School NetworkAfter School AssessmentsTo assess select after school programs in New Britain and Waterbury during the 2015-16 school year.$26,244.00
Connecticut Association for Human ServicesVITA ProgramTo provide free income tax preparation services in the greater Waterbury area.$5,000.00
Connecticut Breast Health Initiative Race in the Park To take a major sponsorship role in the support of the CT Breast Initiative and its annual event which raises funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer through education and research.$20,000.00
Connecticut Council for PhilanthropyEarly Childhood Funders CollaborativeTo support a statewide collaborative of funders working toward systematic improvements in early childhood education.$5,000.00
Connecticut Council for PhilanthropyLeadership FundTo support their work to connect and strengthen the philanthropic sector in Connecticut.$5,000.00
Connecticut Junior RepublicWork Based Summer ProgramA summer youth and employment program for high school age, court-referred youth. $26,700.00
Connecticut Radio Information SystemProgram SupportTo produce and broadcast readings to individuals with visual disabilities.$15,000.00
Connecticut Storytelling Center Inc.Start with Stories ProgramSupporting professional storytellers in school classrooms who present multi-cultural folktales through oral and writeen activities in New Britain and surrounding towns.$7,000.00
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren and Community Concerts Support for a music education and appreciation program in New Britain schools as well as orchestral and opera performances in the community.$34,000.00
Coram Deo Inc.Case Management Services Case management services for women recovering from addiction who live in their transitional living sites in New Britain. $30,000.00
CPEPNew Britain STEM Program An after school program focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) for youth at Slade Middle School in New Britain.$35,000.00
CPEPWaterbury STEM Program An after school program focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) in Waterbury.$35,000.00
CPEPSTEM Summer Program 2015A summer program focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) for youth at Slade Middle School in New Britain.$20,000.00
First Tee of ConnecticutYouth Golf Program 2015A youth development program that teaches positive life skills through the game of golf, providing group lessons in Waterbury schools during after school hours and through a summer camp. $20,000.00
FoodShare, Inc.Food Delivery Program To coordinate food delivery to various sites in New Britain and other ASF towns.$40,000.00
Granville Academy of WaterburyAcademic Enrichment Program A youth development program that helps students become college ready. It provides mentoring and academic tutoring during after school hours to youth in Waterbury.$15,000.00
Greater Waterbury Interfaith MinistriesSoup Kitchen and Emergency Food PantryTo provide meals in their soup kitchen and groceries for needy area residents.$12,000.00
Habitat for Humanity Capital GrantToward construction of three new homes in New Britain as part of an affordable housing program. $80,000.00
Horizons, Inc.Respite Program A respite care program for families who have adult children with a developmental disability.$10,000.00
Hospital of Central Connecticut Capital GrantPayment towards a total campaign gift of $1,000,000 to support the construction of a new cancer center building in New Britain that will unite clinical care, prevention and outreach services along with cancer-related research and clinical trials at one location.$332,500.00
Human Resources AgencyFinancial Literacy Program A comprehensive financial literacy program for low-income high school students.$50,000.00
Human Resources AgencyOsgood CenterA center for distribution of food and case management services in the northwest area of New Britain.$10,000.00
Jumpstart for Young Children Inc.Early Literacy Program A literacy based curriculum for young children administered by college volunteers in a preschool setting.$10,000.00
Junior AchievementIn-School Education Program To teach elementary school children the basics of business through project based-learning activities provided by community volunteers in classrooms in New Britain and Waterbury.$50,000.00
Literacy Volunteers of Central CTFamily Literacy Program Program to help build literacy and parenting skills - offered in New Britain, Plainville, Middletown, Bristol and Southington.$15,000.00
Main Street SingersChildren's Choir and PerformancesTo support a children's choir program and community performances in Greater New Britain.$5,000.00
Mattatuck MuseumYouth and Family ProgramsA variety of arts and history-based educational programs for children and families in Waterbury.$45,000.00
Neighborhood Housing Services of WaterburyReverse Mortgage Program for Seniors 2015A program that provides one-to-one reverse mortgage counseling to low-income seniors.$10,000.00
New Britain High SchoolEducation Mini GrantsTo provide funds for special projects occuring throughout the high school during the 2015-16 school year.$5,917.00
New Britain Industrial MuseumCapital GrantTo provide a match for a CT Trust for Historic Preservation grant to perform an engineering and architectural assessment of the Hatch Building in New Britain.$6,300.00
New Britain Museum of American ArtFree Saturday Program To provide greater access to the museum and its education programs for children and families, which includes free admission Saturday morning once a month.$55,000.00
New Britain Public LibraryHomework Center To provide one-on-one tutoring and homework help at the library.$7,257.00
New Britain SymphonyCommunity Concert SeriesTo underwrite two concerts as well as the annual Young People's Concert held at Welte Hall at CCSU.$15,000.00
New Britain Youth MuseumsSisters In Science Program A program to encourage girls from DiLoreto School in New Britain to participate in science education during after school hours.$20,000.00
New Britain Youth TheaterElementary Theater Arts Program To support theatre arts after school programs at New Britain elementary schools.$15,000.00
New Opportunities, Inc.Secure Jobs ProgramA funders collaborative to pilot a program to address the employability of families at risk of the homeless in the greater Hartford region, including New Britain.$5,000.00
Operation Fuel, Inc.Energy Assistance Program To provide emergency energy assistance to residents of New Britain and Waterbury who do not qualify for government subsidies.$50,000.00
Opportunities Industrialization CenterHardware City Bike Program An after school program for at-risk middle school boys who have an interest in bycicles, to keep them engaged in learning and staying on track in school.$45,000.00
Opportunities Industrialization CenterMoving Mountains Academy An after school program for middle school youth in New Britain that focus on drop-out prevention and prepare youth to make the transition to high school.$65,000.00
Palace TheaterTheater Arts Program An after school theater arts program designed to enhance language arts and theatre appreciation for high school youth in the Greater Waterbury area.$29,594.00
Pathways/Senderos CenterBike-a-thonSponsorship of this agency's annual fundraiser which supports its neighborhood-based program that works intensively with at-risk youth.$5,000.00
Pathways/Senderos CenterTeen Pregnancy Prevention Program An after school youth development program that is highly structured, comprehensive and intensive. It is designed to guide students successfully from middle school through to high school graduation.$25,000.00
Plainville ARCCamp Trumbull A summer program located in Plainville for persons with developmental disabilities who need specialized services .$17,000.00
Plainville Community Food PantryBackpack ProgramTo provide children of families who are in economic need with school supplies throughout the school year.$15,000.00
Polish American Foundation of CTRenovation Planning GrantTo provide a match for a State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) grant to perform an architectural and engineering analysis of the Sloper-Wesoly House in New Britain.$10,000.00
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.Emergency Shelter ProgramTo support their emergency shelter and 24/7 crisis hotline services for victims of domestic violence and their children.$32,000.00
Queen Ann Nzinga CenterChildren's Theater Arts ProgramA performing arts after school program that focuses on building self-esteem for children from the Greater New Britain area.$10,000.00
Reach Out and Read, Inc.Early Literacy ProgramTo train medical providers to give reading advice to parents during well-child exams in 2 sites in New Britain.$10,000.00
Rebuilding Together New BritainChristmas in AprilSponsorship of Rebuilding Together's Christmas in April which helps low-income, disabled and elderly homeowners in New Britain maintain their residential properties.$5,000.00
Shakesperience ProductionsIn-School Theater Arts Program A theater arts education program that enhances the language arts curriculum for students in schools in Waterbury and New Britain.$32,000.00
Shoreline Soup Kitchens & PantriesFood DistributionTo provide emergency food assistance to people in need in shoreline towns in Connecticut.$5,000.00
St. Vincent DePaul Mission of WaterburySoup Kitchen and Pantry Program To provide emergency assistance and outreach services to connect people to basic services in Waterbury.$25,000.00
St. Vincent DePaul PlaceSoup Kitchen and Outreach Program 2016To provide emergency assistance and outreach services to connect people to basic services in Greater Middletown.$5,000.00
Susan B. Anthony ProjectRebuilding Lives Program A support women and their children who are victims of domestic violence and live their transitional housing.$30,000.00
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTWorkforce Solutions CollaborativeTo support a funders’ collaborative working with local employers to identify, train and support low-wage earners to improve their career path and earning potential.$12,500.00
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTAnnual CampaignContribution to the United Way 2015 annual campaign$5,000.00
United Way of Greater WaterburyReach Out and Read ProgramA multi-agency initiative to provide early literacy programs through home visits for children in low-income families in Waterbury.$15,000.00
United Way of Greater WaterburyAnnual CampaignContribution to the United Way 2015 annual campaign$5,000.00
Veterans, IncCapital GrantTo renovate a blighted building on Arch Street for transitional housing and supportive services for veterans.$100,000.00
VH1 Save the Music FoundationCapital GrantTo partner with a national foundation to purchase musical instruments for New Britain elementary schools in order to revive and enhance their music education program.$60,000.00
VIBE AthleticsBasketball Program To support basketball leagues for New Britain youth.$2,500.00
Vision New Britain, Inc.TRIAD Senior Prom To support an intergenerational event aimed at improving quality of life for seniors living ithe Greater New Britain Area.$4,000.00
Waterbury SymphonyBRAVO Program An in-school music appreciation and education program offering high quality music instruction.$15,000.00
Waterbury Youth ServicesLinking Academics to Life ProgramA positive youth development program for high school youth in Waterbury during after school hours.$45,000.00
YMCA of Greater WaterburyWBA Basketball ProgramAn after school program for high school males in Waterbury which prepares them for the academic requirements to graduate high school and succeed in higher education.$10,000.00
YWCA of New BritainMiddle School ProgramA six week summer program for 5th graders to engage them in learning and help prepare them for middle school, conducted in partnership with OIC of New Britain.$40,000.00
YWCA of New BritainSTRIVE ProgramAn intensive after school youth development program for middle school girls identified as having high risk factors for teen pregnancy and school drop-out in New Britain.$65,000.00
Total Grants: $2,591,968


OrganizationTitleDescriptionPaid in 2014
AdelbrookSummer ProgramA summer camp experience focusing on behavior health for youth. $10,000.00
American School for the DeafEarly Childhood Intervention An early childhood intervention program for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.$15,000.00
Berlin High SchoolBerlin Upbeat A peer leadership after school program for students at Berlin High School.$5,000.00
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls A teen pregnancy and substance abuse prevention program for girls of all ages.$40,000.00
Boys & Girls Club of WaterburyClub Programs Educational and recreational programs for youth.$40,000.00
Brass City HarvestCommunity Food Program To support a community food system to provide Waterbury residents with increased access to fresh produce, and to teach youth about nutrition.$27,000.00
Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development ProgramSocial services for at-risk children and their families in West Hartford elementary schools.$25,000.00
Bridge to SuccessCommunity Plan ImplementationA community partnership of Waterbury agencies and leaders working in concert to develop, manage and concentrate efforts around issues concerning Waterbury youth birth to 21 years of age.$25,000.00
Capital Workforce PartnersSummer Youth Employment Program A summer career experience program to build employability skills for youth ages 14 and 15 in New Britain.$75,000.00
Central Connecticut State UniversityParaDym Academy Under the auspices of Community Central, an after school program for New Britain high school students that uses multi-media production as a vehicle to enable youth to help improve their overall academics and college readiness skills, while providing career exploration in multimedia fields.$25,000.00
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutLegal Representation Program To provide an attorney for children involved in high conflict custody or visitation cases in the New Britain and Waterbury Judicial Districts.$65,000.00
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutTruancy Intervention Program A pro-bono mentoring program that matches attorney volunteers and truant middle-school students in order to reduce juvenile court petitions.$25,230.00
Circle of CareEmergency Fund Direct financial support to families experiencing financial hardships while their children are undergoing cancer treatments.$15,000.00
City of New BritainExercise the Right Choice Program A comprehensive after school program that focuses on academic assistance, recreation and cultural arts.$125,000.00
City of New BritainPolice Explorers Summer Academy A one-week intensive training program for cadets that focuses on law enforcement.$5,000.00
CONCORASeason Performances An annual concert series featuring three performances at First Church in New Britain.$15,000.00
Connecticut Alliance of Boys & Girls ClubsImplementation of Outcomes EvaluationTo implement an outcomes evaluation system for Boys and Girls Clubs statewide.$15,000.00
Connecticut Breast Health InitiativeRace in the ParkTo take a major sponsorship role in the support of the CT Breast Initiative and its annual event which raises funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer through education and research.$20,000.00
Connecticut Council for PhilanthropyLeadership FundTo support the important work in public policy and research on behalf to connect and strengthen the philanthropic sector in Connecticut.$5,000.00
Connecticut Junior RepublicWork-Based Summer ProgramA vocational training and employment program for high school age, court-referred youth. Mentoring, community service, leadership development, and team building are used to help youth develop social skills and job-readiness skills.$26,700.00
Connecticut Radio Information SystemProgram Support To produce and broadcast readings to individuals with visual disabilities.$15,000.00
Connecticut Storytelling Center Inc.Start with Stories ProgramSupporting professional storytellers in school classrooms who present multi-cultural folk tales through oral and written activities, in New Britain and surrounding towns.$7,000.00
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren and Community Concerts Support for educational programs in New Britain schools; and also for orchestral and opera performances in New Britain.$34,000.00
Coram Deo, Inc.Case Management Services Case management services for women recovering from addiction who live in Coram Deo's transitional living sites in New Britain.$30,000.00
Covenant Soup KitchenSoup Kitchen To provide meals and emergency food to families.$5,000.00
CPEP Waterbury STEM Program An after school program focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) for middle school youth in Waterbury.$35,000.00
CPEPNew Britain STEM Program An after school program focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) at Slade middle school in New Britain$35,000.00
CPEPSTEM Summer Program A summer program based on STEM science, technology, engineering, and math for middle school youth in New Britain.$20,000.00
First Lutheran Church of the ReformationWeekly Community Pasta SupperTo support a weekly pasta supper for the homeless in New Britain. $2,000.00
First Tee of ConnecticutYouth Golf Program A youth development program that emphasizes positive life skills through the game of golf, providing group lessons in Waterbury schools and a summer camp. The curriculum helps build self-esteem, character, sportsmanship, responsibility, and golf etiquette. Nutrition, physical fitness, and academics are incorporated. $20,000.00
FoodShare, Inc.Food Delivery ProgramTo coordinate food delivery to various sites in New Britain and other ASF towns.$40,000.00
Gifts of LoveFood Program To underwrite the costs of providing food to low income families and students through their backpack program.$12,000.00
Granville Academy of WaterburyAcademic Enrichment ProgramA youth development program that helps students become college ready. It provides mentoring and academic tutoring during after school hours to youth in Waterbury.$15,000.00
Greater Waterbury Interfaith MinistriesSoup Kitchen and Food Pantry To provide meals in their soup kitchen and for groceries for needy area residents.$10,000.00
Horizons, Inc.Respite ProgramA respite care program for families who have an adult child with a developmental disability.$10,000.00
Hospital for Special CareCapital GrantPayment towards a total campaign gift of $750,000 to support the construction of a new Outpatient Center.$50,000.00
Junior AchievementIn-School Education ProgramTo teach elementary school children the basics of financial literacy through project-based learning activities provided by community volunteers in classrooms in New Britain and Waterbury.$50,000.00
Klingberg Family CentersAfter School ProgramAn after school program for middle school youth with behavioral issues who attend middle schools in New Britain. $40,000.00
Literacy Volunteers of Central CTFamily Literacy ProgramServices for parents to improve their literacy skills and their parenting skills, offered in New Britain, Plainville, Middletown, Bristol, and Southington.$15,000.00
Love146Education and TrainingExperts conduct classroom workshops at New Britain High School to help students understand the dangers of child sex trafficking and exploitation, how to recognize common recruitment tactics and the signs of exploitation, and know where they can receive help. Professional training for New Britain Police Officers provides them with knowledge and skills needed to help exploited youth. $15,000.00
Mattatuck MuseumYouth and Family Arts Program A variety of on-site and outreach education programs for children and families with an arts and history curriculum.$40,000.00
Mayor's Plan to End HomelessnessHomelessness Prevention Program To help fund the staff person who manages and implements the housing, employment, and homelessness prevention strategies and services for individuals and families in New Britain.$30,000.00
Neighborhood Housing Services of New BritainCapacity BuildingA one-time grant to help build the internal capacity of the organization by hiring a development professional to develop and implement fundraising plans, including an annual appeal. $10,000.00
New Britain Museum of American ArtCapital GrantTowards a total pledge commitment of $400,000 for the museum's expansion plans.$20,000.00
New Britain Museum of American ArtCommunity Outreach & Education Program To provide greater access to the museum and its education programs for children and families, which includes underwriting Saturday morning free admission once a month.$55,000.00
New Britain Public LibraryHomework CenterTo provide one-to-one tutoring and homework help after school at the library.$4,915.00
New Britain SymphonyCommunity ConcertsTo underwrite two concerts as well as the annual Young People's Concert held at Welte Hall at CCSU.$10,000.00
New Britain Youth MuseumsSisters In Science ProgramA program to encourage girls from DiLoreto School in New Britain to participate in science education during after school hours.$15,000.00
New Britain Youth NetworkProgram AcademySupport for an annual series of professional development workshops and trainings for staff of after school programs and youth agencies in New Britain. $6,250.00
New Britain Youth NetworkMiddle School Summer ProgramA literacy program for middle school students to improve academics and reduce summer learning loss$40,000.00
New Britain Youth NetworkNational After School ConferenceTo help underwrite registration fees for New Britain Youth Network agency staff-members to present on New Britain's innovative summer learning loss intervention strategies at the 2014 National After School Conference in NYC.$4,105.00
New Britain Youth TheaterMiddle School Theater Program To support literacy-based theater arts after school programs at New Britain middle schools.$25,000.00
New Britain Youth TheaterElementary School Theater Program To support literacy-based theater arts after school programs at New Britain elementary schools.$40,000.00
Operation Fuel, Inc.Energy Assistance ProgramTo provide emergency energy assistance to residents of New Britain and Waterbury who do not qualify for government subsidies.$50,000.00
Opportunities Industrialization CenterHardware City Bikes An after school program for at-risk middle school boys who have an interest in bicycles, to keep them engaged in learning and staying on track in school.$45,000.00
Opportunities Industrialization CenterMoving Mountains ProgramAn after school program for middle school youth in New Britain that focus on drop-out prevention and prepare youth to make the transition to high school.$65,000.00
Palace TheaterArts Education Program An after school theater arts program designed to enhance language arts and theater appreciation for youth in the Greater Waterbury area.$29,000.00
Pathways/Senderos CenterBike-a-thonSponsorship of this agency's annual fundraiser which supports its neighborhood-based program that works intensively with at-risk youth.$5,000.00
Pathways/Senderos CenterTeen Pregnancy Prevention Program Support for a youth development program that is highly structured, comprehensive, and intensive. It is designed to guide students successfully from middle school through to high school graduation, avoiding drugs and pregnancies, preparing to succeed in higher education and/or a career, and a healthy adult life. $25,000.00
Plainville ARCCamp TrumbullA summer program for persons with developmental disabilities who need specialized services located in Plainville.$17,250.00
Plainville Community Food PantryBackpack ProgramTo provide children of families who are in economic need with school supplies throughout the school year.$15,000.00
Police Activity League of WaterburyCapital GrantTo install outdoor lighting for a new sports field located in PAL Park, part of their education and recreation complex in the North End of Waterbury.$58,518.00
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.Emergency Shelter ProgramTo support their emergency shelter and 24/7 crisis hotline services for victims of domestic violence and their children.$32,000.00
Queen Ann Nzinga CenterChildren's Theater Arts ProgramA creative performing arts after school program that focuses on school success and build self-esteem for children from the Greater New Britain area.$10,000.00
Reach Out and Read, Inc.Literacy ProgramTraining for medical providers who give books to children and reading advice to parents during well-child exams in 4 sites in New Britain and 5 sites in Waterbury.$20,000.00
Shakesperience ProductionsIn-School Theater Arts ProgramA theater arts education program that enhances the language arts curriculum for students in schools in Waterbury and New Britain.$30,000.00
South Congregational ChurchMusic SeriesAn annual music series consisting of three community performances at various venues including South Church in New Britain.$6,000.00
St. Vincent DePaul Mission of WaterburySoup Kitchen and food Pantry Program To provide emergency assistance and outreach services to connect people to basic services in Waterbury.$25,000.00
St. Vincent DePaul PlaceSoup Kitchen and Outreach Program To provide emergency assistance and outreach services to connect people to basic services in the Greater Middletown area.$5,000.00
Susan B. Anthony ProjectRebuilding Lives Program A support service to women and their children who are victims of domestic violence and live in their transitional housing in Torrington.$25,000.00
Hospital of Central ConnecticutCapital GrantPayment towards a total campaign gift of $1,000,000 to support the construction of a new cancer center building in New Britain that will unite clinical care, prevention and outreach services along with cancer-related research and clinical trials at one location.$450,000.00
Main Street SingersChildren's Choir and Performances To support a children's choir program and community performances in greater New Britain.$5,000.00
Shoreline Soup Kitchens & PantriesFood Distribution Program To provide emergency food assistance and fellowship to people in need in shoreline towns in Connecticut. $5,000.00
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTElementary Summer ProgramA summer program operated by a partnership between the New Britain School District and youth agencies, to improve academic outcomes for low performing students from New Britain elementary schools. $30,000.00
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTWorkforce SolutionsTo support a funders' collaborative in a regional program working with local employers to identify, train and support low-wage earners to increase their career path and potential.$12,500.00
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTAnnual CampaignContribution to the United Way annual campaign$5,000.00
United Way of Greater WaterburyReach Out and Read ProgramA multi-agency initiative to provide early literacy programs through home visits for children in low income families.$15,000.00
United Way of Greater WaterburyAnnual CampaignContribution to the United Way annual campaign.$5,000.00
Urban Oaks Organic FarmCapital GrantTo support the purchase of a tiller to assure preparation of the fields for the growing season.$5,000.00
VNA Health At Home, Inc.Community Wellness Program A community health screening and immunization program for low income residents of Greater Waterbury.$20,000.00
Waterbury HospitalDiabetes Management ClinicA clinical case management and education program for diabetes patients to prevent hospitalizations and avert preventable negative diabetic-related outcomes.$45,000.00
Waterbury SymphonyBRAVO Program An in-school music appreciation and education program offering high quality musical instruction.$10,000.00
Waterbury Youth ServicesLinking Academics to Life A positive youth development after school program for high school youth in Waterbury. $45,000.00
YMCA of Greater WaterburyKingz ProgramAn after school program for high school males in Waterbury and prepares them for the academic requirements to graduate high school and make the transition to succeed in higher education.$10,000.00
YMCA of New Britain-BerlinY's Guys Program An after school program for high-risk male students with specialized programming to improve their attendance in school and modify their behaviors in New Britain. $47,500.00
YWCA of New BritainSTRIVE Program An intensive after school youth development program for middle school girls identified as having "high risk" factors for teen pregnancy and school drop-out in New Britain. $55,000.00
Total Grants: $2,436,324


OrganizationTitleDescriptionPaid in 2013
AdelbrookSummer ProgramA summer camp experience focusing on behavior health for youth.$10,000
American Cancer SocietyPatient Navigator Program To connect newly diagnosed cancer patients to treatment, resources, and support systems at the UCONN Health Center.$25,000
American School for the DeafEarly Childhood InterventionAn early childhood intervention program for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.$15,000
Berlin High SchoolBerlin UpBeatA peer leadership after school program for students at Berlin High School.$5,000
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls Program A teen pregnancy and substance abuse prevention program for girls of all ages.$50,500
Brass City HarvestCommunity Food ProgramTo support a community food system to provide Waterbury residents with increased access to fresh produce, and to teach youth about nutrition.$27,000
Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development ProgramTo support a variety of social services for at-risk children and their families in West Hartford elementary schools.$25,000
Bridge to SuccessCommunity Plan ImplementationSupport for a variety of social services for at-risk children and their families in West Hartford elementary schools.$25,000
Capital Workforce PartnersSummer Youth Employment ProgramA summer career experience program to build employability skills for youth ages 14 and 15 in New Britain.$50,000
Central Connecticut State UniversityParaDYM Prime Program After school program for NBHS students focused on academics and career exploration in media$20,402
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutTruancy Intervention ProjectA pro-bono mentoring program that matches attorney volunteers and truant middle-school students in order to reduce juvenile court petitions.$23,275
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutLegal Representation Program To provide an attorney for children involved in high conflict custody or visitation cases in the New Britain and Waterbury Judicial Districts.$65,000
Christian Fellowship CenterFood Distribution ProgramTo replenish the pantry and purchase food for their soup kitchen for people in the Greater Bristol area.$5,000
Circle of CareEmergency FundDirect financial support to families experiencing financial hardships while their children are undergoing cancer treatments.$15,000
City of New BritainExercise the Right Choice Program A comprehensive after school program located at Slade and Roosevelt middle schools.$100,000
CONCORASeason PerformancesA concert series featuring three performances at South Church in New Britain.$20,000
Connecticut Association for Human ServicesVITA ProgramTo provide free income tax preparation services in the greater Waterbury area.$5,000
Connecticut Junior RepublicWork Based Summer ProgramA six-week vocational training and summer employment program for court-referred youth.$26,700
Connecticut Radio Information SystemProgram Support To produce and broadcast readings to individuals with visual disabilities.$15,000
Connecticut Storytelling Center Inc.Patchwork Quilt of Tales Program Supporting professional storytellers in school classrooms who present multi-cultural folk tales through oral and written activities, in New Britain and surrounding towns.$6,700
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren and Community Concerts Support for educational programs in New Britain schools; and also for orchestral and opera performances in New Britain.$34,000
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal FundSTEM Expo for GirlsTo underwrite the cost of a STEM expo for 7th grade girls at CCSU.$6,000
Coram Deo, Inc.Case Management Services Case management services for women recovering from addiction who live in one of their transitional living sites in New Britain.$30,000
Covenant Soup KitchenSoup KitchenTo provide meals and emergency food to families.$5,000
CPEP: Catalysts Powering Educational PerformanceNew Britain STEM Program An after school program focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) at Slade middle school in New Britain$30,000
CPEP: Catalysts Powering Educational PerformanceWaterbury STEM Program An after school program focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) for middle school youth in Waterbury.$30,000
CPEP: Catalysts Powering Educational PerformanceSTEM Summer ProgramA summer program based on STEM science, technology, engineering, and math for middle school youth in New Britain.$15,000
First Tee of ConnecticutYouth Golf Program A program that supports youth development and positive life skills through golf, providing group lessons in Waterbury schools and a summer camp experience with advanced lessons for Waterbury youth.$16,000
FoodShare, Inc.Food DeliveryTo coordinate food delivery to various sites in New Britain and other ASF towns.$40,000
Gifts of LoveFood Program To underwrite the costs of providing food to low income families and students through their backpack program.$10,000
Granville Academy of WaterburyAcademic Enrichment ProgramA youth development program that helps students become college ready. It provides mentoring and academic tutoring during after school hours to youth in Waterbury.$15,000
Greater Waterbury Interfaith MinistriesSoup Kitchen and Food Pantry To provide meals in their soup kitchen and for groceries for needy area residents.$10,000
Human Resources AgencyOsgood Center To operate a center for distribution of food, and for case management social services for clients, located in an under-served community in New Britain.$10,000
Human Resources AgencyFinancial Literacy for Youth A series of trainings, workshops and classwork that focuses on financial literacy and career exploration, provided to high school students in New Britain during after school hours. $35,000
Junior AchievementIn-School Education Program To teach elementary school children the basics of financial literacy through project-based learning activities provided by community volunteers in classrooms in New Britain and Waterbury.$50,000
Klingberg Family CentersAfter School Program An after school program for middle school youth with behavioral issues who attend middle schools in New Britain.$61,000
Klingberg Family CentersExtended Day Treatment Program Behavioral health therapy and counseling provided after school, for children in treatment, and their families.$25,000
Literacy Volunteers of Central CTFamily Literacy Program Services for parents to improve their literacy skills and their parenting skills, offered in New Britain, Plainville, Middletown, Bristol, and Southington.$15,000
The Main Street SingersChildren's Choir and Performances To support a children's choir program and community performances in greater New Britain.$5,000
Mattatuck MuseumYouth and Family Arts Program A variety of on-site and outreach education programs for children and families with an arts and history curriculum.$40,000
Neighborhood Housing Services of WaterburyHome Equity Conversion Mortgage ProgramProvide one-to-one reverse mortgage counseling to elderly individuals 62 years of age or older.$10,000
New Britain Industrial MuseumSaturdays ProgramTo expand the museum's hours to Saturdays to make it more accessible to all visitors.$8,000
New Britain Museum of American ArtCommunity Outreach & Education Program To provide greater access to the museum and its education programs for children and families, which includes underwriting Saturday morning free admission once a month.$50,000
New Britain Public LibraryHomework Center To provide one-to-one tutoring and homework help after school at the library.$4,040
New Britain SymphonyCommunity ConcertsTo underwrite the Young People's Concert and the Clock concert held at Welte Hall at CCSU.$10,000
New Britain Youth MuseumsSisters In Science Program A program to encourage girls from DiLoreto School in New Britain to participate in science education during after school hours.$14,034
New Britain Youth NetworkSummer Learning LossA pilot program for students at Roosevelt Middle School to improve academics and reduce summer learning loss.$40,000
New Britain Youth TheaterArts Education Program To support their literacy-based theater arts after school programs at New Britain elementary and middle schools.$40,000
Operation Fuel, Inc.Fuel Emergency Fund To provide emergency energy assistance to residents of New Britain and Waterbury who do not qualify for government subsidies.$50,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterMoving Mountains Academy An after school program for middle school youth in New Britain that focus on drop-out prevention and prepare youth to make the transition to high school.$65,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterHardware City Bicycles An after school program for at-risk middle school boys who have an interest in bicycles, to keep them engaged in learning and staying on track in school. $45,000
Palace TheaterArts Education Program An after school theater arts program designed to enhance language arts and theater appreciation for youth in the Greater Waterbury area.$27,900
Plainville ARCCamp Trumbull A summer program for persons with developmental disabilities who need specialized services located in Plainville.$15,000
Plainville Community Food PantryBack Pack Program To provide children of families who are in economic need with school supplies throughout the school year.$15,000
Prudence Crandall Center, Inc.Emergency Shelter Program To support their emergency shelter and 24/7 crisis hotline services for victims of domestic violence and their children.$32,000
Queen Ann Nzinga CenterChildren's Arts Education Program A creative performing arts after school program that focuses on school success and build self-esteem for children from the Greater New Britain area.$20,000
Rebuilding TogetherHome Improvement ProjectsTo assists low-income New Britain homeowners with critical home maintenance and repairs that they are unable to manage on their own due to physical and/or financial limitations. These services are provided at no cost and are performed primarily by volunteers.$5,000
Safe Haven of Greater WaterburyDomestic Violence Shelter A shelter program that provides a safe environment for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.$10,000
Shakesperience ProductionsIn-School Arts Program A theater arts education program that enhances the language arts curriculum for students in schools in Waterbury and New Britain.$30,000
South Congregational ChurchMusic Series To underwrite the cost of three community performances at South Church in New Britain.$6,000
St. Vincent DePaul PlaceSoup Kitchen and Outreach Program To provide emergency assistance and outreach services to connect people to basic services in the Greater Middletown area.$5,000
Susan B. Anthony ProjectRebuilding Lives Program A support service to women and their children who are victims of domestic violence and live in their transitional housing in Torrington.$25,000
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTSummer Literacy Program A summer program operated by a partnership between the New Britain School District and youth agencies, to improve academic outcomes for low performing students attending Smalley Academy.$25,000
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTWorkforce SolutionsTo support a fundersÍ collaborative in a regional program working with local employers to identify, train and support low-wage earners to increase their career path and potential.$25,000
United Way of Greater WaterburyReach Out and Read Program A multi-agency initiative to provide early literacy programs through home visits for children in low income families.$15,000
Vision New Britain, Inc.TRIAD Senior Prom An intergenerational event aimed at improving quality of area seniors.$4,000
VNA Health At Home, Inc.Community Outreach Program A community health screening and immunization program for low income residents of Greater Waterbury.$20,000
Waterbury HospitalDiabetes Management ClinicA clinical case management and education program for diabetes patients to prevent hospitalizations and avert preventable negative diabetic-related outcomes.$45,000
Waterbury Youth ServicesLinks Academics to Life Program A positive youth development after school program targeting high school youth referred by the Juvenile Court and the schools in Waterbury.$45,000
Workforce AllianceWorkPath Fund To contribute to a statewide fund that will provide assistance to job-seeking parents to remove barriers to employment.$10,000
YMCA of Greater WaterburyKingz Program An after school program for high school males in Waterbury and prepares them for the academic requirements to graduate high school and make the transition to succeed in higher education.$10,000
YMCA of New Britain-BerlinY's Guys Program An after school program for high-risk male students with specialized programming to improve their attendance in school and modify their behaviors in New Britain.$47,500
YWCA of New BritainSTRIVE Program An intensive after school youth development program for middle school girls identified as having "high risk" factors for teen pregnancy and school drop-out in New Britain.$75,000
City of New BritainPolice Explorers Summer Academy A one-week intensive training program for cadets that focuses on law enforcement.$5,000
Connecticut After School NetworkFall After School ConferenceConnecticut's only conference designed specifically for afterschool and summer program providers. $4,000
Connecticut Council for Education ReformGeneral Operating SupportTo support efforts to close the achievement gap and raise academic outcomes for all students in Connecticut. $5,000
Connecticut Council for PhilanthropyLeadership FundTo support the important work in public policy and research on behalf to connect and strengthen the philanthropic sector in Connecticut.$5,000
Connecticut Council for PhilanthropyEarly Childhood Funders CollaborativeTo support early childhood initiatives statewide in collaboration with the philanthropic sector.$5,000
New Britain High SchoolEducation Mini-Grants for TeachersFive small project-specific grants to help teachers to implement exciting, creative projects designed to engage students and enhance their learning experience.$4,230
New Britain Youth NetworkProgram AcademyTo support a series of professional development workshops for youth serving organizations in New Britain.$4,443
Partnership for Strong CommunitiesYouth Project To train youth to survey an issue, in this case runaway and homeless youth, in order to understand and develop data to inform the public about the issue.$5,000
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTAnnual CampaignContribution to the United Way annual campaign.$5,000
United Way of Greater WaterburyAnnual CampaignContribution to the United Way annual campaign. $5,000
City of New BritainAnnual FireworksTo support the annual festival and fireworks show at Stanley Quarter Park in New Britain, a proud community tradition on the 4th of July.$5,000
Hospital for Special CareCapital GrantPayment towards a total campaign gift of $750,000 to support the construction of a new Outpatient Center.$225,000
New Britain Museum of American ArtCapital GrantTowards a total pledge commitment of $400,000 for the museum's expansion plans.$180,000
Pathways SenderosBike-a-thonSponsorship of this agency's annual fundraiser which supports its neighborhood-based program that works intensively with at-risk youth. $5,000
Connecticut Breast Health InitiativeRace for the CureTo take a major sponsorship role in the support of the CT Breast Initiative and its annual event which raises funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer through education and research.$20,000
NeighborWorks New HorizonsCapital GrantTo support the Gaffney Place neighborhood revitalization project, which will rehab blighted properties and provide affordable housing for working families.$50,000
New Britain Emergency Medical Capital GrantTo purchase an ambulance simulator (SIM-AM) for their classroom in the ITBD building in New Britain.$30,000
HorizonsCapital GrantTo purchase various adaptive outdoor equipment and furniture that will be used by their campers with special needs.$8,600
Total Grants: $2,405,501


OrganizationTitleDescriptionPaid in 2012
AdelbrookSummer Program A behavioral health service provider; summer camp for their youth clients.$10,000
After School Initiative PaymentsYWCA of New Britain, Klingberg Family Centers, Opportunities Industrialization Center, City of New Britain Final payments on four grants made to youth agencies conducting after school programs during the 2011-2012 school year. $137,710
American Cancer SocietyPatient Navigator Program To connect newly diagnosed cancer patients to treatment, resources, and support systems at the UCONN Health Center.$25,000
American Red Cross - Connecticut ChapterHurricane Sandy ReliefTo provide disaster relief and support services in response to Hurricane Sandy with all funds to be used in Connecticut.$15,000
Berlin High SchoolBerlin UpBeat A peer leadership after school program for students at Berlin High School.$5,000
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls ProgramA curriculum-based after school teen pregnancy and substance abuse prevention program for girls of all ages.$49,400
Brass City HarvestCommunity Food ProgramTo support a community food system to provide Waterbury residents with increased access to fresh produce, and to teach youth about nutrition.$27,000
Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development ProgramTo support a variety of social services for at-risk children and their families in West Hartford elementary schools.$25,000
Capital Workforce PartnersSummer Youth Employment ProgramA summer work experience to build employability skills for youth ages 14 and 15 in New Britain.$50,000
CCARCCapacity BuildingTo implement a strategic plan to achieve greater organizational efficiencies in order to better serve their clients with developmental disabilities.$15,000
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutLegal Representation Program To provide an attorney for children involved in high conflict custody or visitation cases in the New Britain and Waterbury Judicial Districts.$65,000
Christian Fellowship CenterFood Distribution ProgramTo replenish the pantry and purchase food for their soup kitchen for people in the Greater Bristol area.$7,500
Circle of CareEmergency FundDirect financial support to families experiencing financial hardships while their children are undergoing cancer treatments.$10,000
City of New BritainAnnual FireworksTo support the annual festival and fireworks show at Stanley Quarter Park in New Britain ? a proud community tradition on the 4th of July.$6,675
City of New BritainExercise the Right Choice ProgramA comprehensive after school program located at Slade, Roosevelt and Pulaski middle schools.$100,000
City SlickersTherapeutic Riding ProgramTo help at-risk youth overcome social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties as they learn to ride and care for horses during after school hours.$10,000
Community Health CenterFamily Wellness CenterTo provide a variety of workshops for children birth to five and their families to connect them to services that prepares the children for school.$15,500
CONCORASeason Performances To underwrite part of a series of concerts that includes a free public concert held at South Church in New Britain, and another in Berlin.$15,000
Connecticut After School NetworkLiteracy ConferenceTo underwrite the cost of the keynote speaker for the Literacy Conference at CCSU. $4,000
Connecticut Alliance of Boys & Girls ClubsYouth Outcomes EvaluationTo develop and pilot test an outcomes evaluation method for Boys and Girls Clubs in the state.$10,000
Connecticut Association for Human ServicesEarnBenefits ProgramTo reduce bureaucracy and increase access to government benefits for eligible low-wage earners, through coordinated client screenings conducted by local social service agencies.$10,000
Connecticut Breast Health InitiativeRace for the CureTo take a major sponsorship role in the support of the CT Breast Initiative and its annual event which raises funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer through education and research.$20,000
Connecticut Council for PhilanthropyLeadership FundTo support the important work in public policy and research on behalf to connect and strengthen the philanthropic sector in Connecticut.$5,000
Connecticut Junior RepublicWork Based Summer ProgramA six-week vocational training and summer employment program for court-referred youth.$26,700
CPEPSummer STEM ProgramA summer program based on STEM -- science, technology, engineering, and math -- for middle school youth in New Britain.$10,000
CPEPAfter School STEM ProgramProject-based experiential learning program based on a STEM curriculum, in New Britain and Waterbury middle schools.$50,000
Connecticut Radio Information SystemAgency Support To produce and broadcast readings to individuals with visual disabilities.$20,000
Connecticut Storytelling CenterBridge to Literacy Program Supporting professional storytellers in school classrooms who present multi-cultural folk tales through oral and written activities, in New Britain and surrounding towns.$6,700
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren and Community Concerts Support for their performance season in partnership with the New Britain Symphony, and also to conduct music education and appreciation programs in New Britain elementary schools.$40,000
Consolidated School District of New BritainPACT EventTo underwrite the cost of bringing the three authors of the inspirational book The Pact to New Britain High School.$5,000
Consolidated School District of New BritainAcademy for Health Professions To support a comprehensive curriculum in health sciences that provides New Britain High School students with academic training, and an exploration of the healthcare service industry and healthcare professions.$20,000
First Tee of ConnecticutYouth Golf Program A program that supports youth development and positive life skills through golf, providing group lessons in Waterbury schools and a summer camp experience with advanced lessons for Waterbury youth.$16,000
Friendship CenterHousing Development Towards developing plans to apply for major financing for a new supportive-housing project, under the Mayor's 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness initiative.$20,000
Gifts of LoveFood ProgramTo underwrite the costs of providing food to low income families and students through their backpack program.$10,000
Granville AcademyAcademic Enrichment ProgramA youth development program that helps students become college ready. It provides mentoring and academic tutoring during after school hours to underserved minority youth in Waterbury.$15,000
Horizons, Inc.Respite ProgramA program that supports families who have an adult child with a developmental disability by providing respite care at their day camp.$8,000
Hospital for Special CareCapital GrantPayment towards a total campaign gift of $750,000 to support the construction of a new Outpatient Center.$225,000
Human Resources AgencyOsgood Resources CenterTo operate a center for distribution of food, and for case management social services for clients, located in an under-served community in New Britain.$10,000
Human Resources AgencyFinancial Literacy ProgramA series of trainings, workshops and classwork that focuses on financial literacy and career exploration, provided to high school students in New Britain. Students meet during after school hours. $35,000
Junior AchievementIn-School Education ProgramTo educate elementary school children in the basics of financial literacy through project-based learning activities provided by community volunteers in classrooms in New Britain and Waterbury.$50,000
Klingberg Family CentersAfter School Program An after school program for middle school youth with behavioral issues who attend middle schools in New Britain.$65,000
Literacy Volunteers of Central CTFamily Literacy ProgramServices for parents to improve their literacy skills and their parenting skills, offered in New Britain, Plainville, Middletown, Bristol, and Southington.$15,000
MarrakechCapital GrantTo upgrade the facilities in a group home in Waterbury that will provide greater accessibility for people with physical and developmental disabilities.$8,655
Mattatuck MuseumJourneys Program An after school program for students attending the Enlightenment School, an alternative education program for youth with behavioral and truancy issues in Waterbury.$43,103
Mayor's Plan to End HomelessnessHomelessness Prevention Program To support services to families who are at-risk of becoming homeless, or who are already homeless.$30,000
New Britain High SchoolEducation Mini-Grants for TeachersSeven small project-specific grants to help teachers to implement exciting, creative projects designed to engage students and enhance their learning experience.$4,379
New Britain Museum of American ArtCommunity Outreach & Education ProgramTo provide greater access to the museum and its education programs for children and families, which includes underwriting Saturday morning free admission.$50,000
New Britain Museum of American ArtCapital GrantTowards a total pledge commitment of $400,000 for the museum?s expansion plans.$200,000
New Britain Public LibraryHomework Center To provide one-to-one tutoring and homework help after school at the library.$5,280
New Britain Youth Museum at Hungerford ParkSTEM ProgramA partnership together with Pathways/Senderos after school youth development program providing a hands-on STEM program at the museum's facility in Kensington.$9,633
New Britain Youth MuseumsSisters In Science ProgramA program to encourage girls from DiLoreto School in New Britain to participate in science education during after school hours.$14,034
New Britain Youth NetworkProfessional Staff Training AcademyTo underwrite the cost of providing a series of professional development workshops for staff in youth organizations in New Britain.$2,600
New Britain Youth NetworkStrategic PlanTo support the costs of facilitating and developing a strategic plan for the New Britain Youth Network.$5,000
New Britain Youth TheaterTheater Arts ProgramTo expand their literacy-based theater arts after school programs to 5 elementary and middle schools in New Britain.$40,000
Operation FuelEnergy Assistance ProgramTo provide emergency energy assistance to residents of New Britain and Waterbury who do not qualify for government subsidies.$50,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterHardware City Bicycles A New Britain after school program for at-risk middle school boys who have an interest in bicycles, to keep them engaged in learning and staying on track in school. $55,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterMoving Mountains Program An after school program for middle school youth in New Britain that focus on drop-out prevention and prepare youth to make the transition to high school.$75,000
Palace TheaterArts Education ProgramAn after school theater arts program designed to enhance language arts and theater appreciation for youth in the Greater Waterbury area.$27,096
Pathways SenderosBike-a-thonSponsorship of this agency?s annual fundraiser which supports its neighborhood-based program that works intensively with at-risk youth. $5,000
Plainville ARCCamp TrumbullA summer program for persons with developmental disabilities who need specialized services located in Plainville.$15,000
Plainville Community Food PantryBackpack ProgramTo provide children of families who are in economic need with school supplies throughout the school year.$15,000
Queen Ann Nzinga CenterChildren's Arts ProgramA creative performing arts after school program that focuses on school success and build self-esteem for children from the Greater New Britain area.$20,000
Rebuilding TogetherHome Improvement ProjectsTo assists low-income New Britain homeowners with critical home maintenance and repairs that they are unable to manage on their own due to physical and/or financial limitations. These services are provided at no cost and are performed primarily by volunteers.$2,500
Shakesperience ProductionsIn-School Arts Program A theater arts education program that enhances the language arts curriculum for students in schools in Waterbury and New Britain.$30,000
South Congregational ChurchMusic SeriesTo underwrite the cost of three community performances at South Church in New Britain.$6,000
St. Vincent DePaul Mission of WaterburySoup Kitchen and Food Pantry ProgramTo provide hot meals and bagged groceries for needy persons and families in Waterbury.$25,000
St. Vincent DePaul PlaceSoup Kitchen and Outreach Program To provide emergency assistance and outreach services to connect people to basic services in the Greater Middletown area.$5,000
Susan B. Anthony ProjectRebuilding Lives ProgramA support service to women and their children who are victims of domestic violence and live in their transitional housing in Torrington.$25,000
Main Street SingersChildren's Choir Performances Support for free community performances in the greater New Britain area.$5,000
Shoreline Soup Kitchens & PantriesFood Distribution To purchase food at a low-cost from the Connecticut Food Bank for distribution to pantry sites along the shoreline.$5,000
Truancy Intervention ProjectMentoring ProgramAttorney volunteers mentoring truant middle school students in New Britain, designed to reduce juvenile court cases, and prevent delinquent behaviors. Matches meet during after school hours.$20,405
Tunxis Community CollegeMobile Oral Health ClinicsTo purchase equipment for their mobile community dental clinics in New Britain and Waterbury, conducted by students in the college's dental hygiene program.$3,300
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTAnnual CampaignContribution to the annual campaign.$5,000
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTSummer Literacy ProgramA summer program in partnership with the New Britain School District and youth agencies for low performing students attending Smalley Academy.$20,000
United Way of Greater WaterburyAnnual CampaignContribution to the annual campaign. $5,000
United Way of Greater WaterburyHome Visit Literacy ProgramA multi-agency initiative to promote early literacy through home visits for children up to 5 years old in low income families in Waterbury.$31,000
United Way of Western ConnecticutSandy Hook School FundTo help support the families affected by the Sandy Hook School tragedy in Newtown Connecticut.$5,000
Vision New BritainTRIAD Senior Prom An intergenerational event aimed at improving quality of life for elderly persons living in area senior centers.$4,000
VNA Health At HomeCommunity Wellness ProgramA community health screening and immunization program for low income residents of Greater Waterbury.$20,000
Waterbury HospitalDiabetes Management ProgramA clinical case management and education program for diabetes patients to prevent hospitalizations and avert preventable negative diabetic-related outcomes.$49,500
Waterbury Youth ServicesLinking Academics to Life ProgramA positive youth development after school program targeting high school youth referred by the Juvenile Court and the schools in Waterbury.$45,000
YMCA of Greater WaterburyKingz ProgramAn after school program for high school males in Waterbury with the potential to getting a college athletic scholarship and prepares them for the academic requirements to graduate high school and make the transition to succeed in higher education.$10,000
YMCA of New Britain-BerlinY's Guys ProgramAn after school program for high-risk male students with specialized programming to improve their attendance in school and modify their behaviors in New Britain.$37,500
YWCA of New BritainSTRIVE ProgramAn intensive after school youth development program for middle school girls identified as having "high risk" factors for teen pregnancy and school drop-out in New Britain.$75,000
Total Grants: $2,270,112


OrganizationTitleDescriptionPaid in 2011
American School for the DeafEarly Childhood Intervention ProgramTo support their overall early childhood intervention programs for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.$15,000
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls ProgramTo provide a curriculum-based teen pregnancy and substance abuse prevention program for New Britain girls after school.$42,900
Brass City HarvestCommunity Food ProgramTo support a community food system to supply needy Waterbury residents with fresh produce and to teach youth about food production.$27,000
The Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development ProgramTo provide a variety of social services after school to West Hartford at-risk elementary school children and their families.$25,000
Capital Workforce PartnersSummer Youth EmploymentTo provide New Britain youth with summer work experience and job training.$50,000
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutTruancy Intervention ProjectTo match attorney volunteers with truant students to address the causes of truancy and reduce juvenile court petitions. Matches meet after school.$20,405
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutLegal Representation ProgramTo provide an attorney for children involved in high conflict custody or visitation cases in the New Britain and Waterbury Judicial Districts.$65,000
Circle of CareEmergency FundTo provide financial support for families experiencing financial hardships while their children are undergoing cancer treatments.$10,000
City SlickersRiding ProgramTo support an after school program for at-risk youth including riding instruction, counseling, and pre-vocational training on a horse farm.$10,000
CONCORASeason PerformancesTo support a series of four concerts including one held at South Church in New Britain in February 2012.$20,000
Connecticut Community CareTransition Care Intervention ProgramTo coordinate post-hospital services for chronically ill individuals .$19,574
Connecticut Association for Human ServicesEarnBenefits ProgramTo support the efforts to automate the eligibility pre-screenings for multiple state benefits programs for low-wage earners.$10,000
Connecticut Community FoundationMemorial DonationDonation to the Matthew Kenney Scholarship Fund.$10,000
Connecticut Junior RepublicSummer Youth ProgramTo provide a summer employment and vocational training program.$26,550
Connecticut Pre-Engineering ProgramSTEM ProgramTo support after school programs in science, technology, engineering, and math in New Britain and Waterbury schools with a pilot program for summer 2011.$60,000
Connecticut Radio Information SystemProgram SupportTo produce and broadcast readings from daily newspapers, magazines and books to individuals with visual disabilities.$20,000
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren and Community Concerts To support their performance season in partnership with the New Britain Symphony, and to conduct a school-based music educational series.$40,000
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal FundSTEM ExpoTo help underwrite a day-long expo for 7th grade girls exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).$6,000
Consolidated School District of New BritainAcademy of Health ProfessionsTo support the implementation of this new heath career curriculum at New Britain High School, the first in the state to introduce health science courses to 10th graders.$40,000
First Tee of ConnecticutYouth Golf ProgramTo provide youth development and life skills program around the game of golf.$16,000
FoodShareFood Delivery ProgramTo coordinate food delivery to various sites in New Britain and other ASF towns.$40,000
Granville Academy of WaterburyAcademic Enrichment Program Tutoring and mentoring after school program to help youth graduate from high school and go on to higher education.$15,000
Greater Waterbury Interfaith MinistriesFood ProgramTo underwrite the cost of providing 3 meals per day in their soup kitchen for residents in the Greater Waterbury area.$10,000
Horizons, Inc.Academic Enrichment Program For families who have an adult child with a developmental disability, providing respite care for clients at the day camp in Windham.$7,616
The Hospital of Central ConnecticutMedical-Legal Partnership ProjectTo fund a partnership that will provide access to medical-legal advocacy in an effort to improve basic health care services to low income children and their families.$25,000
Hospital for Special CareCapital GrantPayment towards a total campaign gift of $750,000 to support the construction of a new Outpatient Center.$150,000
Human Resources AgencyFinancial Literacy Youth Project To provide a comprehensive financial literacy program to low-income high school students at New Britain High School and E.C. Goodwin.$35,000
Human Resources AgencyOsgood Resource CenterTo operate a center for distribution of food and case management services on Osgood Avenue, in the northwest area of the city.$10,000
Junior AchievementEducation Program To educate children in the areas of financial literacy and workforce preparedness through project-based learning activities in the classroom.$50,000
Klingberg Family CentersExtended Day Treatment ProgramTo provide behavioral health therapy and counseling for children and their families.$25,000
Literacy Volunteers of Central Connecticut Family Literacy Program To provide literacy and parenting instruction to low literate parents so they can help their children succeed in school.$15,000
Middlesex United WayHomelessness Prevention Program To provide emergency services to families who are at-risk, or are already homeless.$10,000
Neighborhood Housing Services of WaterburyHome Ownership Education and Loss Prevention ProgramTo provide financial and homeownership education and foreclosure assistance to low/moderate income residents of Greater Waterbury.$10,000
New Britain Museum of American ArtCommunity Outreach & Education Program For children's programming, including art classes and school group visits. Also outreach to make the museum more accessible to families, including free admission Saturday mornings.$50,000
New Britain Youth Museum at Hungerford ParkSummer STEM Program To provide a summer STEM program with an environmental theme for sixth grade students from Berlin, New Britain, Newington, Rocky Hill and Southington.$15,495
New Britain Youth TheatreArts Education ProgramTo provide in-school and after school performing arts, literacy based theater program in 4 elementary and one middle school in New Britain.$12,500
OddFellows PlayhouseChildren's Troupe ProgramTo support an after school program that works with at-risk middle school youth using the arts as the focal point.$6,000
Operation FuelEnergy Assistance ProgramTo provide emergency energy assistance to residents of New Britain and Waterbury who do not qualify for government subsidies.$50,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterHardware City Bicycles ProgramTo support an after school program that works with hard to reach, at-risk boys using bike racing and a bike shop as the focal point.$55,000
Palace TheaterArts Education ProgramTo support an after school theater education program designed to foster social commentary and performance art concepts to enhance language and promote theater.$25,000
Pathways/Senderos CenterCapital GrantTo purchase a 15 passenger van in order to transport youth to and from the program, as well as field trips and other occasions.$36,540
Plainville ARCCamp Trumbull To provide summer camp for special needs children and respite for their parents.$15,000
Plainville Community Food PantryBackpack Program To provide children of families who are in economic need with school supplies throughout the school year.$15,000
Queen Ann Nzinga CenterChildren's Community Arts Program To provide an after school creative arts education program focused on African-American culture for children from the Greater New Britain area.$7,500
Shakesperience ProductionsCurricular Enhancement Program To enhance the language arts curriculum for New Britain and Waterbury schools using interactive workshops and live theatrical productions.$30,000
South Congregational ChurchMusic SeriesTo underwrite the cost of three community performances at South Church in New Britain.$6,000
St. Vincent DePaul Mission of WaterburyShelter ProgramTo provide housing for needy persons and families in Waterbury.$20,000
Susan B. Anthony ProjectRebuilding Lives Program To provide emergency shelter, transitional housing and client support services to women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.$25,000
The Cromwell Children's HomeSummer Program 2011To provide day camp, supervised work experiences, and overnight camping for residents and community-based clients based on their developmental levels.$10,000
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTSummer Literacy ProgramTo provide a summer program for low performing students at Smalley Academy.$20,000
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTWorkforce SolutionsTo support an initiative focused on workforce development for the Greater Hartford region. The funds will be used for projects that benefit New Britain.$25,000
VNA Health At HomeCommunity Wellness ProjectTo provide a community health screening and immunization program for low income residents of Greater Waterbury.$20,000
Waterbury HospitalDiabetes Management ProgramTo provide clinical case management, focused care, and education to diabetes patients to prevent hospitalizations and avert preventable negative diabetic-related outcomes.$49,500
Waterbury Youth ServicesLinking Academics to Life ProgramTo provide after school youth development programs for the highest risk children across the city of Waterbury.$45,000
WellmoreMerger supportTo underwrite costs incurred to complete a merger between Wellpath and the Morris Foundation.$60,000
YWCA of New BritainCapital GrantTo expand and renovate the main building and the child care center. Total campaign commitment of $500,000.$270,000
VariousVariousGrants and contributions up to $5,000$64,000
City of New BritainAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo improve and expand the Exercise the Right Choice programs that provides project-based learning activities that include leadership development, recreation, and homework help$115,000
Klingberg Family CentersAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand programming for at-risk students incorporating academic support, counseling, life-skills training, and pre-vocational learning experiences.$55,532
Opportunities Industrialization CenterAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand the Moving Mountains Academy, an academic support program for at-risk youth that focuses on transitioning into high school, leadership development, and cultural activities.$118,000
YWCA of New BritainAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand the scope and impact of STRIVE, a youth development and leadership program specifically for middle-school age girls.$113,000
Total Grants: $1,980,831


OrganizationTitleDescriptionPaid in 2010
American Cancer SocietyPatient Navigator ProgramTo connect newly diagnosed cancer patients to treatment, resources, and support systems.$25,000
ASPIRA of ConnecticutLiteracy Enrichment ProgramTo provide reading and writing tutoring after school to English Language Learners in the middle schools by AmeriCorps volunteers.$25,000
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls ProgramTo provide an after school teen pregnancy prevention curriculum for girls and for general youth program support.$42,900
Brass City HarvestCommunity Food SystemTo set up an urban food system to supply lower income Waterbury families with fresh produce.$24,000
The Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development ProgramTo support after school enrichment programs, peer mediation, home visits, and therapeutic/support groups for at-risk West Hartford elementary students.$24,300
Capital Workforce PartnersSummer Youth EmploymentTo provide New Britain youth with summer work experience and job training.$50,000
CCARCConsultant ExpensesTo underwrite the costs of a consultant to streamline its business practices and align its executive and program functions with the goals of their strategic plan.$25,000
Central Connecticut Senior Health Services Capital GrantTo establish comprehensive wellness program for seniors in adult day care at the new Mulberry Gardens Adult Cay Care Center at Marion Heights.$25,000
The Children's HomeSummer ProgramTo provide New Britain youth with summer work experience and job training.$9,000
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutTruancy Intervention ProjectTo match attorney volunteers with truant students to address the causes of truancy and reduce juvenile court petitions. Matches meet after school.$18,805
Children's Law Center of ConnecticutLegal Representation ProgramTo provide legal representation for New Britain children involved in family court disputes.$50,000
Christian Fellowship CenterFood ProgramTo provide a pantry and soup kitchen for people in the Greater Bristol area.$7,500
City SlickersRiding ProgramTo support an after school program for at-risk youth including riding instruction, counseling, and pre-vocational training on a horse farm.$10,000
Community Health CenterFamily Wellness ProgramEducation workshops in health for families with children birth to 5 years of age in order to prepare them for school.$15,329
CONCORASeason PerformancesTo underwrite a holiday concert and also a winter festival.$20,000
Connecticut Association for Human ServicesEarnBenefits ProgramTo support the efforts to automate the eligibility pre-screenings for multiple state benefits programs for low-wage earners.$8,750
Connecticut Humanities CouncilBook Voyagers ProgramTo support a children's reading program placing professional storytellers and discussion leaders at participating libraries after school.$20,000
Connecticut Junior RepublicSummer Youth ProgramTo provide a summer employment and vocational training program.$26,550
Connecticut Pre-Engineering ProgramSTEM ProgramTo support after school programs in science, technology, engineering, and math in New Britain and Waterbury schools.$50,000
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren and Community Concerts To support an educational concert series for New Britain elementary school children and the orchestra's performance season.$22,500
First Tee of ConnecticutGroup Golf Lessons The promote character development and life skills training for Waterbury inner city youth through the game of golf.$14,130
First Tee of ConnecticutAgency Support To support the agency’s capacity-building efforts.$30,000
FoodShareFood Delivery To defray the cost of food delivery to various sites in New Britain and other ASF towns.$40,000
Gifts of LoveFood Program To support the agency's food program for children and families experiencing temporary financial crisis.$10,000
Governor's Prevention PartnershipCT Mentoring Program To provide support and training of mentors in Waterbury.$10,000
Granville Academy of WaterburyAcademic Enrichment Program Tutoring and mentoring after school program to help youth graduate from high school and go on to higher education.$15,000
Greater Waterbury Interfaith MinistriesFood Program To underwrite the cost of providing 3 meals per day in their soup kitchen for residents in the Greater Waterbury area.$10,000
The Hospital of Central ConnecticutMedical-Legal Partnership Project This is a partnership that will provide access to medical-legal advocacy in an effort to improve basic health care services to low income children and their families.$25,000
Human Resources AgencyFood and Resource Center To operate a center for distribution of food and case management services at Osgood Avenue, in the northwest area of the city.$10,000
Human Resources AgencyFinancial Literacy Youth Project To provide a comprehensive financial literacy program to low-income high school students at New Britain High School and E.C. Goodwin.$35,000
Junior AchievementEducation Program To educate children in the areas of financial literacy and workforce preparedness through project-based learning activities.$50,000
Klingberg Family CentersExtended Day Treatment ProgramTo provide behavioral health therapy and counseling for children and their families.$25,000
Literacy Volunteers of Central ConnecticutFamily Literacy Program To provide literacy and parenting instruction to low literate parents so they can help their children succeed in school.$15,000
Mayor's Plan to End HomelessnessHomelessness Prevention Program To provide short-term financial assistance to families who are at-risk, or are already homeless.$30,000
Neighborhood Housing Services of WtbyHomeownership Education and Loss Prevention ProgramTo provide financial and homeownership education and foreclosure assistance to low/moderate income residents of Greater Waterbury.$10,000
New Britain Museum of American ArtCommunity Outreach & Education Program To support outreach and educational programming, especially for low-income families that includes free admission Saturday mornings.$50,000
New Britain Symphony SocietyYoung People's Concert A one-time concert and music appreciation program for elementary school students$10,500
OddFellows PlayhouseChildren's Troupe Program To support an after school program that works with at-risk middle school youth using the arts as the focal point.$5,400
Operation FuelEnergy Assistance Program To provide emergency energy assistance to residents of New Britain and Waterbury, who do not qualify for government subsidies.$50,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterNew Britain Youth NetworkTo support collaborative efforts to raise funds to expand after school programs and services in New Britain.$25,000
Opportunities Industrialization CenterHardware City Bicycles ProgramTo support an after school program that works with a very hard to reach, at-risk boys using bike racing and a bike shop as the focal point.$46,000
Palace TheaterEducational Program To support an after school theater education program designed to foster racial and gender tolerance and reduce bullying.$22,500
Plainville ARCCamp Trumbull To provide summer camp for special needs children and respite for their parents.$18,000
Plainville Community Food PantryBackpack Program To provide children with clothing and school supplies they need for a positive start to the school year.$15,000
Queen Ann Nzinga CenterChildren's Community Arts Program To provide a children's creative arts education program after school focused on African-American culture for children from the Greater New Britain area.$7,500
Shakesperience ProductionsCurricular Enhancement Program To enhance the language arts curriculum for New Britain and Waterbury schools using interactive workshops and live theatrical productions.$27,000
St. Vincent DePaul SocietySoup Kitchen and Pantry Program To provide hot meals and bagged groceries for needy persons and families in Waterbury.$15,000
Susan B. Anthony ProjectRebuilding Lives Program To provide Torrington area battered women and their children with crisis intervention services.$25,000
Trinity On MainCommunity Arts & Performance CenterTo support implementation of the agency’s new business model and plan.$42,000
United Way of Central and Northeastern CTWorkforce Solutions CooperativeTo support an initiative focused on workforce development for the Greater Hartford region. The funds will be used for projects that benefit New Britain.$25,000
VNA Health At HomeCommunity Wellness Program To provide a community health screening and immunization program for low income residents of Greater Waterbury.$16,200
Waterbury Youth Services Youth ProgramsTo provide after school youth development programs for the highest risk children across the city of Waterbury.$40,500
YWCA of New BritainCapital GrantTo expand and renovate the main building and the child care center. Total campaign commitment of $500,000.$230,000
VariousVariousGrants and contributions $5,000 or less$62,250
City of New BritainAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo improve and expand the "Exercise the Right Choice" programs that provide project-based learning activities that include leadership development, recreation, and homework help$119,942
Klingberg Family CentersAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand programming to at-risk students from Slade Middle School, incorporating academic support, counseling, life-skills training, and pre-vocational learning experiences.$43,002
Opportunities Industrialization CenterAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand the Moving Mountains Academy, an academic support program for at-risk youth that focuses on transitioning into high school, leadership development, and cultural activities.$130,500
YMCA of New Britain BerlinAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand their existing programs, focusing on social and physical development through leadership training, community service projects and recreation.$33,273
YWCA of New BritainAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand the scope and impact of STRIVE, a youth development and leadership program specifically for girls.$122,500
Total Grants: $2,650,039


OrganizationTitleDescriptionPaid in 2009
American School for the DeafEarly Childhood Intervention ProgramTo support their overall early childhood intervention programs for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.$15,000
Best BuddiesHigh School ProjectTo foster socialization opportunities between students with intellectual and development disabilities and their non-disable peers.$18,000
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainCapital GrantTo provide major refurbishing and renovations to their main facility.$275,000
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls ProgramTo provide a teen pregnancy prevention after school program for girls and for general youth program support.$36,500
Brass City HarvestCommunity Food SystemTo set up an urban food system to supply lower income Waterbury families with fresh produce.$24,000
The Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development ProgramTo support after school enrichment programs, peer mediation, home visits, and therapeutic/support groups for at-risk West Hartford elementary students.$24,300
Bristol HospitalMaternal/Child Health InitiativeTo provide parenting education and supports for families with children with severe conduct disorders.$15,000
Capital Workforce PartnersSummer Youth Employment ProgramTo provide New Britain youth with summer work experience and job training.$50,000
Capitol Region Education CouncilCenter for Creative YouthTo fund a summer residential arts program for gifted high school students from low-income families.$8,000
Children's Dance Theater ConnectionDance Classes and PerformanceTo provide dance/theater classes in New Britain schools and support a performance of "The Little Mermaid".$10,000
The Children's HomeSummer ProgramTo provide summer day camp programs and field trips for resident youth.$9,000
Children's Law Center of CTLegal Representation ProgramTo provide legal representation for New Britain children involved in family court disputes.$50,000
Children's Law Center of CTTruancy Intervention ProjectTo match attorney volunteers with truant students to address the causes of truancy and reduce juvenile court petitions. Matches meet after school.$17,119
City SlickersRiding ProgramTo support an after school program for at-risk youth including riding instruction, counseling, and pre-vocational training on a horse farm.$10,000
Connecticut Humanities CouncilBook Voyagers ProgramTo support a children's reading program placing professional storytellers and discussion leaders at participating libraries after school.$20,000
Connecticut Junior RepublicSummer Youth ProgramTo provide a vocational training and employment program for court-referred youth.$26,550
Connecticut Pre-Engineering ProgramAfter School ProgramTo provide summer and after school advanced mathematics, science, technology and engineering teaching for select New Britain and Waterbury middle schools.$50,000
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren's and Community ConcertsTo support an educational concert series for New Britain elementary school children and the orchestra's performance season.$20,000
Christian Fellowship CenterFood Distribution ProgramTo provide a pantry and soup kitchen for people in Greater Bristol.$7,500
Community Foundation of Greater New BritainDiscovery InitiativeTo implement a community-wide plan to improve outcomes for New Britain children.$30,000
Community Mental Health AffiliatesElectronic Medical Records ProjectTo install an electronic medical records system that is widely in use by similar providers in order to improve the quality of record retention, reduce costs, and comply with State of Connecticut reporting requirements.$125,000
Connecticut Association for Human ServicesEarnBenefits PilotTo pilot a eligibility-screening and application process that will automate and integrate multiple state benefits programs for low income wage earners.$8,750
Connecticut Radio Information SystemProgram Operating SupportTo underwrite the cost of an electronic reading service for persons with a vision loss or physical disability that prevents them from being able to read.$13,500
Consolidated School District of New BritainLanguage Arts Curriculum EnhancementTo purchase 60 student licenses for ReadAbout, a computer-based program that delivers a personalized experience to students increasing proficiency in reading while fostering motivation and engagement.$6,250
Dispute Settlement CenterJuvenile Mediation ProgramTo provide conflict mediation in situations involving Waterbury youth and mediation training for school personnel.$7,000
The First Tee of ConnecticutIn-School and Group Golf LessonsThe promote character development and life skills training for Waterbury inner city youth through the game of golf.$14,130
FoodShareFood Delivery ProgramTo coordinate food delivery to various sites in New Britain and other ASF towns.$40,000
Friendship CenterCapital GrantTo create supportive housing units in New Britain. Second of two capital grants for a total commitment of $500,000.$250,000
Gifts of LoveFood ProgramTo support the agency's food program for children and families experiencing temporary financial crisis.$10,000
Girls Inc.Life Skills ProgramTo reach out to at-risk girls with a youth development program based on best practices for after school programs.$15,000
Green Street Arts CenterAfter School ProgramsTo make available after school homework assistance, mentoring, and arts education for at-risk Middletown students.$9,000
Habitat for Humanity - Hartford AreaCapital GrantTo support construction of three new homes in New Britain for low-income families.$80,000
Hebron Interfaith Human ServicesOutreach ProgramTo provide emergency assistance to meet the basic human needs of Hebron residents.$7,000
Hospital for Special CareOutpatient Center ExpansionTo expand their outpatient center to address ambulatory care.$50,000
Human Resources AgencyFood Pantry and Resource CenterTo operate a center for distribution and pick up of food and for integrated referral services at Osgood Avenue, in the northwest area of the city.$15,000
Junior AchievementEducation ProgramTo teach financial literacy and workforce preparedness to school children through project-based activities.$50,000
New Britain Museum of American ArtCommunity Outreach & Education ProgramTo support Saturday educational programming for low income families.$50,000
New Britain Symphony SocietyMusic Education ProgramTo provide a Young People’s Concert; a family holiday concert; youth recitals, and add a youth page to their website.$15,000
OddFellows PlayhouseArts Explorers ProgramTo support an after school program that works with at-risk middle school youth using the arts as the focal point.$5,400
Operation FuelEnergy Assistance ProgramTo provide emergency energy assistance to residents of New Britain and Waterbury, who do not qualify for government subsidies.$50,000
Opportunities Industrialization Center of New BritainBicycling Enthusiasm InitiativeTo support an after school mentoring program for at-risk youth using an interest in bikes to encourage them to stay in school.$41,000
Palace TheaterEducational ProgramTo support an after school theater education program designed to foster racial and gender tolerance.$22,500
Plainville ARCCamp TrumbullTo offer educational and recreational activities as well as field trips to children with developmental disabilities.$18,000
Plainville Community Food PantryBackpack ProgramTo provide children with new backpacks and school supplies they need for a positive start to the school year.$15,000
Police Activity League of WaterburyCapital GrantTo make the agency's new location handicap-accessible so disabled persons can participate in after school and other activities.$125,000
Prudence Crandall CenterCapital GrantTo renovate the Rose Hill building to provide a continuum of housing for women and their children affected by domestic violence. Final payment of a $500,000 total commitment.$75,000
Shakesperience ProductionsCurricular Enhancement ProgramTo enhance the language arts curriculum for New Britain and Waterbury schools through interactive workshops and theater performances.$27,000
Susan B. Anthony ProjectRebuilding Live ProgramTo provide battered women and their children with crisis intervention services.$25,000
Trinity On MainCommunity Arts and Performance CenterTo support implementation of the agency’s new business model and plan.$52,000
VNA Health At HomeCommunity Wellness ProgramTo support a health screening and immunization program for low income residents of Greater Waterbury.$16,200
Waterbury HospitalDiabetes Management ProgramTo provide clinical case management, focused care, and education to diabetes patients.$43,000
Waterbury Youth ServicesYouth ProgramsTo provide after school youth development programs for the highest risk children across the city of Waterbury.$40,500
Windham Area Interfaith MinistryCapital GrantTo provide matching funding for grant for roof repairs.$13,538
Windham Area Interfaith MinistryMaterial Goods/Community Gardens ProgramTo provide household goods and fresh produce for low-income area residents.$15,000
VariousVariousGrants and contributions $5,000 or less$69,500
City of New BritainAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo improve and expand the "Exercise the Right Choice" programs that provide project-based learning activities that include leadership development, recreation, and homework help$81,308
Klingberg Family CentersAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand programming to at-risk students from Slade Middle School, incorporating academic support, counseling, life-skills training, and pre-vocational learning experiences.$54,354
Opportunities Industrialization CenterAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand the Moving Mountains Academy, an academic support program for at-risk youth that focuses on transitioning into high school, leadership development, and cultural activities.$150,000
YMCA of New Britain BerlinAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand their existing programs, focusing on social and physical development through leadership training, community service projects and recreation.$121,631
YWCA of New BritainAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand the scope and impact of STRIVE, a youth development and leadership program specifically for girls.$106,509
Total Grants: $2,857,543


OrganizationTitleDescriptionPaid in 2008
American Cancer SocietyPatient Navigator ProgramTo connect newly diagnosed cancer patients to treatment, resources, and support systems.$15,000
American School for the DeafEarly Childhood Intervention ProgramTo support early childhood intervention programs for deaf and hard-of-hearing children.$12,000
Best BuddiesHigh School ProjectTo foster friendships between students with intellectual disabilities and their non-disabled peers.$20,000
Boys & Girls Club of New BritainSMART Girls ProgramTo provide an after school teen pregnancy prevention curriculum for girls and for general youth program support.$40,000
Bridge Family CenterPositive Youth Development ProgramTo support after school enrichment programs for West Hartford elementary schools, including peer mediation, home visits, and therapeutic/support groups.$27,000
Capital Workforce PartnersSummer Youth Employment ProgramTo provide youth in New Britain with work experience during the summer.$49,500
Children's Dance Theater ConnectionDance Classes and PerformanceTo provide dance/theater classes in New Britain after school.$5,000
Children's HomeCapital GrantTo renovate and expand their main building to provide more residential living space. Total commitment of $150,000 over two years.$75,000
Children's HomeSummer ProgramTo provide summer day camp programs and field trips for resident youth.$10,000
Children's Law Center of CTTruancy Intervention ProjectTo match attorney volunteers with truant students to address the causes of truancy and reduce juvenile court petitions. Matches meet after school.$17,119
Children's Law Center of CTLegal Representation ProgramTo provide legal representation for New Britain children involved in family court disputes.$56,000
Christian Fellowship CenterFood Distribution ProgramTo underwrite the cost of weekly food distribution and a soup kitchen for low-income residents of Greater Bristol.$7,500
City SlickersRiding ProgramTo support an after school program for at-risk youth including riding instruction, counseling, and pre-vocational training on a horse farm.$15,000
Community Foundation of Greater New BritainDiscovery InitiativeTo expand and improve the quality of childcare and early education programs in New Britain.$30,000
Connecticut Humanities CouncilBook Voyagers ProgramTo support an after school library-based reading program for children ages 6-12 placing professional story tellers and discussion leaders in participating libraries.$25,000
Connecticut Junior RepublicSummer ProgramTo provide an eight-week summer youth employment program utilizing a work-based learning model integrating vocational skills training and educational opportunities.$29,500
Connecticut Pre-Engineering ProgramSTEM ProgramTo provide summer and after school advanced mathematics, science, technology and engineering teaching for New Britain middle and high school students and to expand the program to Waterbury.$55,000
Connecticut Radio Information SystemWall Street Journal Reading ProgramTo underwrite the Business Journal program for visually impaired listeners.$15,000
Connecticut Storytelling CenterStart with Stories ProgramTo start a literacy enhancement program for select elementary schools in New Britain.$12,000
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber OrchestraChildren's and Community ConcertsTo support an educational concert series for New Britain elementary schools and performances at Trinity-On Main.$20,000
Dispute Settlement CenterJuvenile Mediation ProgramTo provide overall support for the legal representation program for children from greater Waterbury.$8,000
First Tee of ConnecticutIn-School and Group Golf LessonsTo promote character development and life skills training for Waterbury inner city youth through the game of golf.$15,700
First Tee of ConnecticutAgency SupportTo support the agency’s capacity-building efforts.$30,000
FoodShare Food Delivery ProgramTo defray the cost of food delivery to 136 sites in the Foundation’s service area.$40,000
Friendship CenterCapital GrantTo renovate two buildings on Arch Street in New Britain to create supportive housing. Total commitment $250,000 over two years.$125,000
Gifts of LoveBasic Needs ProgramTo help meet the basic needs of individuals and families experiencing temporary financial crises by providing food, clothing, household items, and furniture.$10,000
Granville Academy of WaterburyAcademic Enrichment ProgramTo support an after school program that promotes higher education for minority students.$15,000
Greenwoods Counseling Services Referral ProgramTo provide mental health services.$6,000
Hartford Interval HouseChildren's Education ProgramTo provide domestic violence intervention services and prevention education in schools and a shelter.$12,500
Hospital of Central ConnecticutCapital GrantTo fund expansion of the hospital's emergency department.$125,000
Hospital of Central ConnecticutPediatric Asthma Management ProgramTo expand asthma case management services for New Britain children to improve health outcomes and reduce inappropriate hospital utilization.$65,000
Human Resources AgencyFood Pantry and Resource CenterTo enable the New Britain Food Secuity Collaborative to open the Osgood Avenue center for food distribution and integrated referral services.$20,820
Junior AchievementEducation ProgramTo educate children on basic economic principles through project-based learning activities$55,000
Literacy Volunteers of Central ConnecticutFamily Literacy ProgramTo provide parenting and literacy education for low literate parents in Greater New Britain.$15,000
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big SistersCommunity Based Mentoring ProgramTo provide one-to-one mentoring for children living in towns in the Foundation’s service area.$25,000
Odd Fellows PlayhouseChildren's Troupe ProgramTo provide a free, after school performance arts program for at-risk youth living in low income neighborhoods in Middletown and Portland.$6,000
Operation FuelEnergy Assistance ProgramTo provide emergency energy assistance to New Britain and Waterbury residents who do not qualify for government aide.$50,000
Opportunities Industrialization Center of New Britain Bicycling Enthusiasms InitiativeTo support an after school mentoring program for at-risk youth using an interest in bikes to encourage them to stay in school.$75,000
Opportunities Industrialization Center of New BritainInternship ProgramTo provide a career internship for New Britain High School juniors and seniors who are at-risk for dropping out of school.$25,000
Palace TheaterAfter School Youth ProgramTo underwrite part of the cost of an after school youth development program involving dance and performance skills education for Waterbury area youth.$25,000
Plainville ARCCamp TrumbullTo offer educational and recreational activities as well as field trips to children with developmental disabilities.$20,000
Plainville Community Food PantryBackpack ProgramTo provide children with new backpacks and school supplies they need for a positive start to the school year.$15,000
Prudence Crandall CenterCapital GrantTo renovate the Rose Hill building to provide a continuum of housing options for women and their children affected by domestic violence. Total commitment $500,000.$425,000
Safe Haven of Greater WaterburyEmergency Shelter ServicesTo provide case management and counseling for victims of domestic violence.$25,000
Saint Joseph CollegeCapital GrantTo adapt space for children with special needs and to purchase classroom equipment for the Gengras Center.$30,000
Shakesperience Productions Curricular Enhancement ProgramTo enhance the language arts curriculum for New Britain and Waterbury schools through interactive workshops and theater performances.$30,000
Susan B. Anthony ProjectRebuilding Lives ProgramTo provide Torrington area battered women and their children with crisis intervention services.$25,000
Trinity On MainCommunity Arts & Performance CenterTo support implementation of the agency’s new business model and plan.$62,000
VNA Health At HomeCommunity Wellness ProgramTo support a health screening and immunization program for low-income senior residents of Greater Waterbury.$18,000
Waterbury HospitalDiabetes Management ProgramTo provide clinical case management, focused care, and education to diabetes patients.$50,000
Waterbury Youth ServicesYouth ProgramsTo support after school youth development programs for the highest risk children across the city of Waterbury.$45,000
WellpathCapital GrantTo establish an electronic medical records system that will improve record retention to reduce costs and expand clinical services.$50,000
Green Street Arts CenterAfter School Arts ProgramTo make available after school homework assistance, mentoring, and arts education for at-risk Middletown students.$10,000
YMCA of Greater WaterburyCapital GrantTo renovate the West Main Street childcare center in order to provide new programming opportunities for children and families, and add a parent resource room and literacy library, computer labs, and other facilities.$100,000
YWCA of New BritainPlan to End HomelessnessTo support the salary of a consultant to oversee implementation of the Mayor's Work Plan to End Homelessness, an on-going project involving over 30 community leaders in New Britain.$30,000
VariousVariousGrants and contributions $5,000 or less$84,623
City of New BritainAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo improve and expand the "Exercise the Right Choice" programs that provide project-based learning activities that include leadership development, recreation, and homework help.88,270
Klingberg Family CentersAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo develop and implement a new program for at-risk students from Slade Middle School, incorporating academic support, counseling, life-skills training, and pre-vocational learning experiences.55,691
Opportunities Industrialization CenterAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand the Moving Mountains Academy , an academic support program for at-risk youth that focuses on parent involvement, leadership development, and cultural activities. Year one and year two of potential multi-year program support.146,000
YMCA of New Britain-BerlinAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand their existing programs, focusing on education, social development, leadership training, personal growth and responsibility, and service to others. Year two of potential multi-year program support.152,500
YWCA of New BritainAfter School Initiative Program GrantTo expand and improve the scope and impact of STRIVE, a youth development and leadership program for girls. Year one and year two of potential multi-year program support.155,400