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Brianna Gavigan
  • New Haven, CT
  • United States
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  • Kathleen Galo
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  • Cara Rosner
  • Jermell Smart
  • Ann Nguyen
  • Community Mediation, Inc
  • Rotary Club of New Haven
  • Robert L. Serow
  • Tim Hickman
  • Ed Stannard
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Name of the Organization
Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund
Contact Person
Brianna Gavigan
Contact phone
(203) 789-8690 x125
E-mail
brianna@gnhclf.org
Website
http://www.gnhclf.org
Interest
Housing Assistance, Shelter, Financial Literacy, Advocacy, Economic Development
Description Interest
With our investors and partners, we facilitate the creation of affordable and supportive housing, strengthen area nonprofits, support job creation and provide homeowners and home buyers with opportunities that allow them to secure and maintain stable, safe and affordable housing.

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At 2:27pm on August 12, 2012, N'Zinga Shani said…

Hello Brianna:

Somehow I missed your invitation.  Welcome abroad; hope you will enjoy our various offerings.  Please feel free to visit at: http://oneworldpi.org/home.html  We are also on Facebook and Twitter.

I will check out GROWERS soon.  Peace

At 8:50am on July 5, 2012, Tim Hickman said…

Welcome to the GNHC Brianna!  I welcome you to come visit us at G.R.O.W.E.R.S. Inc. Our program GROWERS @ Greenbrier is based at the greenhouse complex in Edgerton park at 75 Cliff St in New Haven.  We operate a retail greenhouse as part of the complex while the program offers a multipath approach to providing horticultural education, employment opportunities and therapy for adults with developmental and physical disabilities.  The Greenhouse is open from 9 AM to 5 PM seven days a week, our "crew" is there generally M-F from 9 AM to 2:30 PM.  You can also check out our FB page G.R.O.W.E.R.S. Inc. and our website www.growersinc.org for updates and services we may be able to provide for you and your organization.  Any questions or comments, you can reach me at THickman.GROWERS@gmail.com or call the Greenhouse at 203-777-1886.

 

Again Welcome to the community

Tim Hickman

At 3:09pm on July 3, 2012, Lee Cruz said…

Brianna,

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On November 8, 2012, The Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund will recognize the contributions of three local community leaders at our annual Good Egg Celebration.

 

The Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund is a 501(c)3 CDFI (nonprofit, community development financial institution). Want to know more about what CDFIs do? Watch this video: …

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