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During the month of March, our focus is on Children and Youth; in particular, organizations that provide services for positive youth development. These nonprofits (below) are highlighted as part of our series "A Closer Look," which runs through September 2017.

Learn more about the other nonprofits on giveGreater.org that promote Children & Youth in our region. 

Almada Lodge - Times Farm Camp Corporation

Amity Teen Center

Arte

Boy Scouts of America, CT Yankee Council

Boys & Girls Club of New Haven

Boys & Girls Club of the Lower Naugatuck Valley

Catholic Charities

Central Connecticut Coast YMCA - Main Branch

Citywide Youth Coalition

College Summit Connecticut

Easter Seals Goodwill Industries Rehabilitation Center

Elm City Internationals

Elm City Robo Squad

Farnam Neighborhood House

Girl Scouts of Connecticut

Guilford Center for Children

Hamden/North Haven YMCA

Higher Heights Youth Empowerment Programs

Housatonic Council, Boy Scouts of America

JASON Project

Junior Achievement of Southwest New England

Junior Achievement of Western Connecticut

JUNTA for Progressive Action

Kidnetic ClubHouse

Latina Army

Leadership Education and Athletics in Partnership

Music Haven

New Haven Ballet

New Haven YMCA Youth Center

New Haven Youth Soccer

New Haven Youth Tennis

Pequenas Ligas Hispanas de New Haven

Seymour-Oxford Nursery & Child Care Association

Shelton High School Robotics Team

Shepherds

Solar Youth

Soundview Family YMCA in Branford

Spanish Community of Wallingford

Squash Haven

Student Parenting and Family Services

The West Haven Community House Assoc. Inc.

Valley YMCA

West Haven Child Development Center

Women of Power Network

Woodbridge Community Playground

Woodruff Family Y in Milford

Architecture Resource Center

Calvin Hill Day Care Center

Center for Children's Advocacy

Children in Placement Connecticut

Children's Center of Hamden

Children's Community Programs of Connecticut

Children's Law Center of Connecticut

Christian Community Action

Community Fund for Women & Girls

Concepts for Adaptive Learning

Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance

Connecticut Voices for Children

Consultation Center

Covenant to Care for Children

Family Centered Services of CT

Foundation of the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce

Gesell Institute of Child Development

Jewish Home for Children

Lower Naugatuck Valley Parent Child Resource Center

New Haven Diaper Bank

New Haven Family Alliance

New Haven Healthy Start

New Haven Reads Community Book Bank

New Haven Scholarship Fund

R Kids Family Center

School for Ethical Education

TEAM

Women and Family Life Center

Youth Continuum

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