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Winter Session 2010 Feb. 8th - Mar. 19stContact: Todd Foster; cotr@snet.netDRAMAInstructor - Loretta LawsonGroup LessonAges: 14 - 99Monday Evenings starting at…Continue

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Name of the Organization
Greater New Haven Help Alliance, Inc.
Contact Person
Richard Everett, Executive Director
Contact phone
(203) 506-9708
E-mail
info@helpnewhaven.org
Website
http://helpnewhaven.org
Interest
Youth, Food Assistance, Education
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The Mission of Greater New Haven Help Alliance is to increase opportunities both locally and globally for individuals and families to partake in a standard of living that includes basic healthy food, clean water, adequate shelter, clothing, education, affordable healthcare, and economic self-sufficiency.

Specifically concerning youth, we will endeavor to maximize the intrinsic potential of at risk young people by 1) enabling them to thrive and reach for personal excellence and academic success, 2) supporting, undergirding and where necessary, supplementing an effective family base, and 3) promoting and providing opportunities for positive engagement within their communities.

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Five High School age volunteers available July 1-25

Posted on June 11, 2013 at 5:13pm 0 Comments

This is our eighth consecutive year for the Youth Initiative. It's a program wherein we bring in High School students in for leadership development training in the morning and then bring them out as volunteers to various job sites around the city. The students receive a stipend but there is NO COST to the host volunteer site.



We had a couple of last minute cancellations and now we're faced with placing 5 kids. We need spots from 1-5, Monday through Friday, basically for the month of… Continue

Chuch-Community Week

Posted on July 26, 2012 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

As part of the Clergy Ambassador Program, we will be hosting a week of miscellaneous events to bridge the gap between the church and the community. Events include Emergency Medical Services Orientation, Financial workshop, Interviewing and Resume Writing, Community Mediation Session, and  Medical Screeening...all free of charge...../Click for List of Events

New Semester to begin-Public Welcome!

Posted on September 2, 2011 at 11:15am 0 Comments

Church on the Rock's School of Life Enrichment is about to start a new semester of classes. Space is limited but classes are open to the public.

 

Zumba, Martial Arts, Knitting, Writing a Business Plan, and much more.....

 

http://www.morningglorycda.com/My_Church.html for details

 

Prime New Haven Space Available: non-profits preferred!!

Posted on July 26, 2011 at 6:24pm 0 Comments

Spaced Out? 

 

Need to Move? Need to Expand?

Need Easy on-off Highway Access?

Parking a problem?

 

We have significant space available now and more after the first of the year (potentially up to 17,000 sf total - flexible). 

 

Located at 95 Hamilton Street in New Haven, the former Easter Seals Building.

 

For further details, call Richard Everett at (203) 506-9708.  



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