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Greater New Haven Community Chorus 50th Anniversary Concert at Hamden Middle School

November 9, 2013 from 7:30pm to 9pm
A concert of American Music - from Billings to Broadway,  Celebrating 50 years of the Greater New Haven Community Chorus - Building Community One Note at a Time.  For more information and to purchase tickets ($20 in advance and $25 at the door) go to www.gnhcc.orgSee More
Nov 8, 2013
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Name of the Organization
Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund, Inc.
Contact Person
Carla Weil
Contact phone
203-789-8690
E-mail
carlaweil@aol.com
Website
http://gnhclf.org
Interest
Housing Assistance
Description Interest
Foreclosure mitigation counseling
Lending for nonprofits creating affordable housing
Cash flow and small capital loans to nonprofit organizations
Downpayment assistance loans

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At 6:45pm on March 11, 2010, Joanne Sciulli said…
I would love to be your GNH community friend. :) Welcome!
At 4:19pm on March 11, 2010, Lee Cruz said…
Carla,
Welcome to GNHCommunity. Please join the E.D. group if you have not already done so and feel free to post events, announcements, pictures and video of your work that you think would be of interest or helpful to other nonprofits. It is also possible to start a discussion or a group on any topic of interest. Anyone on your staff can join and/or post about their work. If alerted about an upcoming event we will feature it.

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