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Name of the Organization
The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven
Contact Person
Tricia Caldwell
Job Title
Director of Communications
Contact phone
203-777-7090
E-mail
tcaldwell@cfgnh.org
Website
http://www.cfgnh.org
Interest
Aging\Elderly Services, Youth, Food Assistance, Energy Assistance, Shelter, Health, Arts
Description Interest
The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven is a philanthropic institution that was established in 1928. For more than three generations, thousands of donors have built our community endowment by establishing permanent funds or making gifts to existing funds that distribute grants to a broad variety of issues and organizations. These donors, past and present, make their gifts to ensure that programs and causes that matter most to them will be supported forever. The Community Foundation is one of the oldest and largest community foundations in the United States and remains the largest grantmaker in a twenty-town region located in the heart of central Connecticut.

Tricia Caldwell's Blog

Calling GNH nonprofits: take this survey by Feb 15!

Posted on January 29, 2013 at 10:40am 0 Comments

In our continued effort to gather information on the state of the nonprofit sector in our region, The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven is encouraging area nonprofits to participate in the fourth annual Nonprofit Finance Fund’s (NFF) survey. NFF analyzes the results and provides them to all of us—nonprofits, government, foundations, lending institutions, media, and umbrella organizations—in late March.…

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At 10:07am on September 22, 2010, Lee Cruz said…
Tricia,
Welcome to GNH Community. You can post activities and event for your colleagues in nonprofits or for their clients. You may also join a group or create a group around a topic that is of interest to you. If you think of a way that GNH Community can be improved to meet your needs just let me know.
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