Literacy Volunteers of Central Connecticut is among eight local nonprofit programs to receive recent grant awards from the Community Chest of New Britain and Berlin.
Phyllis Kindelan, Paul Salina and Vickie Triano have retired from the Foundation’s board, offering them a chance to reflect on nine years of dedicated community service.
The Community Foundation closed out its 2014 grantmaking year with $135,000 in grant awards in December, including $55,000 in First Years First grants targeting early childhood development.
The Plainville Wind Ensemble’s 2015 Spring Concert and five additional local community events have received Community Sponsorship Award funding from the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain.
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The Pathways/Senderos Center now has more tools to boost after-school programs and combat teen pregnancy, thanks to a $10,000 grant award from members of the Foundation’s Catalyst Fund.