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July 2022 Blog Posts (6)

Greater New Haven Community Chorus Seeks New Artistic Director

GNHCC seeks Artistic Director

Purpose of Position: To develop and carry out artistic programming, collaborations, and concerts that enhance the mission of the organization.

Time commitment: Part time, Contract position beginning in September 2022

Greater New Haven Community Chorus (GNHCC), located in New Haven, CT, is seeking an Artistic Director-Conductor. GNHCC draws its membership from…


Added by Kimberly Stoner on July 23, 2022 at 12:25pm — No Comments

Employment Opportunity: Director of Finance at Neighborhood Music School

Department: Finance

Reporting Relationship: Reports to the Executive Director

Pay Status: Salaried, Full-Time, and Exempt

The Director of Finance (“DoF”) is a collaborative, hands-on leader responsible for the financial business management of Neighborhood Music School (“NMS”). As a member of the leadership team, the DoF is a thought partner for…


Added by Neighborhood Music School on July 13, 2022 at 5:32am — No Comments

Free Office Desks (3) -New Haven

These desks are free and must be picked up from our New Haven Office no later than July 15th.

To make arrangements or for more information contact: Jolyn Walker

Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

203-506-5960 or 203-777-2386…


Added by Jolyn Walker on July 8, 2022 at 8:00am — No Comments

New Haven Healthy Start FATHERHOOD FRIDAYS Interview with Amos Smith

In part four of our series entitled: New Haven Healthy Start FATHERHOOD FRIDAYS (Celebrating Men’s Health Month 2022) Dr. Asbery interviews CEO & President of The Community Action Agency of New Haven, Mr. Amos Smith. Wow! Get ready to learn something.

Interview with Amos Smith

Added by DAVID ASBERY on July 6, 2022 at 4:03am — No Comments

LGBTQ+ Summer Youth Programs

The New Haven Pride Center is excited about our upcoming FREE summer programs for LGBTQ+ youth! There are three summer camps - a Peer-to-Peer Leadership Academy, a 4-week Art Intensive, and a 4-week Writing Intensive! The Peer-to-Peer Academy is for high school students and the Writing and Art Intensives are for 14 - 24 age youth. 

More information here: …


Added by Patrick J Dunn on July 5, 2022 at 10:20am — No Comments

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The Community Foundation office at 70 Audubon Street is open to visitors by appointment only; Foundation staff are available by phone and email Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. to conduct business or to schedule a time to visit. To contact a staff member, view our staff directory.




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“Giving More of Our Neighbors Access to the Opportunities Homeownership Affords”: Q+A with Umpqua Bank’s Randy Choy

LISC is working with Umpqua Bank to tackle the systemic roadblocks that prevent many communities of color and rural residents from buying a home. In a Q+A with Umpqua Bank’s Randy Choy, we learn why expanding fair access to quality homeownership opportunities is so important to the bank, and to Choy.

How the LIFT Act Can Make Homeownership, and Strong Communities, a Reality for More Americans

In an op-ed for The Virginian-Pilot, LISC Virginia executive director Jane Ferrara lays out the ways the proposed LIFT Act could make homeownership, at 20-year, fixed rate mortgages, accessible to first-time, first-generation buyers—the very people who are often edged out of the American Dream. The legislation, in partnership with home-buying programs like the ones LISC leads, Ferrara writes, can help "bridge the racial wealth gap as well as the gap between dreams and reality for the next generation of aspiring homeowners."

The Difference a Ride Can Make

An article in QCity Metro describes the life-changing impact of LISC and Uber's partnership, the Health Access Fund, offering free rides to medical and other appointments that contribute to health and wellbeing. In Charlotte, NC, as in other cities where the Fund operates, rides are coordinated through locally rooted groups like Care Ring, a 70-year-old community organization that since March has been able to offer 2,600 rides to primary and specialist care appointments, food access points, case management meetings and much more.

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