Few communities are home to the kind of asset that is the New Britain Museum of American Art. The Community Foundation is helping to preserve this landmark treasure with a major gift in support of the Museum’s planned expansion.
Parents from Greater New Britain are being offered a wonderful, no-cost opportunity to learn how to engage their children in reading. The one-day Early Literacy Institute at CCSU on April 12 is part of the Foundation’s First Years First initiative.
For more than 70 years, the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain has prided itself on its unparalleled transparency in skillfully managing its community endowment. And now, it is being recognized for its stewardship.
Carolyn Wysocki has spent 20 years advocating for change, helping to build a healthier world free of harmful toxins. And now her new scholarship fund at the Community Foundation will help young students with like-minded goals.
A Berlin woman who by all accounts led a simple, unassuming life has left a million-dollar legacy at the Community Foundation that will benefit area organizations for years to come, surprising even her closest of friends.
Ragged Mountain? Hatchery Brook Conservation Area? Lamentation Mountain? If you love these open spaces and more in central Connecticut, than the new Berlin Land Trust Fund is the ideal charitable giving opportunity for you.
Literacy Volunteers of Central Connecticut is bringing the gift of literacy to families and children throughout Greater New Britain. Watch >>