Grants

Since 1990, the Melville Trust has made over $140 million in grants to organizations committed to ending homelessness for good. We are proud of our grantee partners and honored to be part of their work.

Sort grants by selecting a column header in the table below. Please note that grants made prior to 2012 do not have a Program Area or Focus Area listed.

 

GRANTEE PARTNERAMOUNTDESCRIPTIONPROGRAM AREAPRIORITY FOCUS AREAYEARLOCATION
Community Solutions$250,000To support communities in ending chronic homelessness through the Built for Zero initiativeHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
Connecticut Housing Coalition$80,000General operating grant to support the CHC's efforts to expand housing opportunity and increase the quality and quantity of affordable housing available to people with low and moderate incomes in Connecticut.HousingIncrease Housing Supply2017CT
Coalition for Juvenile Justice$35,000To implement policy recommendations and expand the scope of the "Collaborating for Change" projectHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund$135,000To support CWEALF's third year management of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
New Opportunities$17,000To support New Opportunities' third year implementation of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
Capital Workforce Partners$7,500To support Capital Workforce Partner's third year implementation of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
New Reach$10,000To support New Reach's third year implementation of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
Career Resources$15,000To support Career Resource's third year implementation of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
New Reach$10,000To support New Reach's third year implementation of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
Billings Forge Community Works$400,000General operating grant to support empowerment, community building, and employment opportunities in HartfordHealth and SupportCommunity Building2017CT
Connecticut Association for Human Services$50,000General operating support for Keep the Promise coalition.Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017CT
Community Solutions$250,000To support communities in ending chronic homelessness through the Built for Zero initiativeHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
Connecticut Housing Coalition$80,000General operating grant to support the CHC's efforts to expand housing opportunity and increase the quality and quantity of affordable housing available to people with low and moderate incomes in Connecticut.HousingIncrease Housing Supply2017CT
National Alliance to End Homelessness$199,401To test and evaluate pairing the Critical Time Intervention (CTI) model of case management with Rapid Rehousing.Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
Coalition for Juvenile Justice$35,000To implement policy recommendations and expand the scope of the "Collaborating for Change" projectHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund$135,000To support CWEALF's third year management of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
New Opportunities$17,000To support New Opportunities' third year implementation of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
Capital Workforce Partners$7,500To support Capital Workforce Partner's third year implementation of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
Connecticut Association for Human Services$50,000General operating support for Keep the Promise coalition.Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017CT
Billings Forge Community Works$400,000General operating grant to support empowerment, community building, and employment opportunities in HartfordHealth and SupportCommunity Building2017CT
Career Resources$15,000To support Career Resource's third year implementation of the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
National Alliance to End Homelessness$199,401To test and evaluate pairing the Critical Time Intervention (CTI) model of case management with Rapid Rehousing.Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
PolicyLink$11,000To support Funders for Housing and Opportunity in July and AugustDirector's Discretionary Fund2017National
Connecticut News Project$15,000To support the Connecticut News Project’s operations and coverage of Connecticut’s state government and policyDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
Billings Forge Community Works$5,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
Funders Together to End Homelessness$3,500Membership in Foundations for Employment and HousingDirector's Discretionary Fund2017National
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$95,000To support CCEH’s programmatic and advocacy efforts to end homelessness in ConnecticutHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017CT
Corporation for Supportive Housing (CT)$150,000To support continued work on Opening Doors-CT planning and implementationHousing & Health and SupportExpand Housing Access and Affordability and Expand Supportive Housing2017CT
Journey Home$86,000For general operating supportHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017CT
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund$50,000For the continued evaluation of the Secure Jobs CT pilot. CT Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF), the technical assistance provider for the pilot, will subcontract with Cross Sector Consulting for the Year 3 evaluation of Secure JobsIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017CT
Preservation of Affordable Housing$40,000To help fund the establishment of the Billings Forge Community Family Self-Sufficiency Program for the residents of the buildingHealth and SupportCommunity Building2017CT
National Alliance to End Homelessness$332,920The second disbursement of a two-year grant to provide continuing support for the organization’s federal policy workHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
Partnership for Strong Communities$900,000The second disbursement of a two-year grant to provide continuing support for the Partnership’s housing advocacy work in ConnecticutHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2017CT
Health Resources in Action$50,000The second disbursement of a three year-grant to fund Health Starts at Home, an evaluation of the effects of various housing and health interventions on housing stability and the direct impact of these interventions in preventing incidents of homelessnessHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2017National
REDF$100,000The second disbursement of a three year-grant to support REDF’s national impact with a particular focus on policy and evaluation as it relates to their social enterprise expansionIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2017National
Corporation for Supportive Housing (national)$150,000The second disbursement of a two-year grant to support implementing a sustainability plan for CSH’s Social Innovation Fund (SIF) pilot, a federal initiative to test innovative ways to integrate healthcare and housing for homeless individuals who frequent multiple emergency and crisis systems (criminal justice, ER, treatment centers)Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$400,000A two-year grant to continue CBPP’s work at the nexus of fiscal policy and rental assistanceHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access, Expand Supportive Housing2017National
Connecticut Voices for Children$150,000To support their work researching, analyzing, and advocating for strategic public investments and public policies for the most vulnerable children and familiesHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017CT
Center for Children's Advocacy$76,615To fund the Center for Children’s Advocacy’s (CCA) systemic reform work to increase services and supports available to unaccompanied homeless youth in ConnecticutHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017CT
New Venture Fund$1,500,000A three-year grant to provide seed capital for a new national funding pool sponsored by
Funders for Housing and Opportunity (New Venture Fund is serving as a
fiscal sponsor)
HousingExpand Affordability and Access2017National
AIDS Connecticut$25,000For a consultant who will provide project management and oversight to the Connecticut Social Innovation Fund demonstration project in 2017Health and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2017CT
Council of State Governments$250,000A two-year grant to support the Justice Center's work in reducing the number of people with mental illnesses in jails through the Stepping Up initiativeHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
National Public Radio$300,000For continued support of NPR’s coverage of issues related to poverty and homelessnessCross-Program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2017National
Rapid Results Institute$50,606Develop a framework and the initial tools to scale up the 100-Day Challenge work to reach 75 communities and build best practices in the field to end youth homelessness by 2020Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2017National
Invisible People$10,000Promoting consumer voiceDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$5,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
Connecticut State College Foundation$5,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations$3,190MembershipDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy$5,800MembershipDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
Institute for Community Research$15,000System dynamics modeling project on youth homelessnessDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
True Colors Fund$15,000Help underwriting a policy director positionDirector's Discretionary Fund2017CT
Corporation for Supportive Housing$25,000A one-year grant to support efforts to ensure the successful implementation of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Family Unification Program and Family Self Sufficiency Demonstration (the “FUP-FSS” Demonstration)Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016National
Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard$50,000A one-year grant to support a symposium focused on the changing patterns of residential segregation based on race and income and the consequences of said segregation on individuals and societyHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2016National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$500,000A one-year grant to support policy, advocacy and technical assistance activities to expand the supply of supportive housing and strengthen the ability of behavioral health and human service/Medicaid systems to serve vulnerable populationsHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2016National
United Services$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Association of Religious Communities, Inc. (ARC)$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
The APT Foundation$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Friendship Service Center of New Britain, Inc.$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Applied Behavioral Rehabilitation Institute$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Columbus House$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Homes with Hope$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Council of Churches Greater Bridgeport$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Family & Children’s Agency$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Prime Time House$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Mental Health Connecticut$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
My Sisters’ Place$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
United Way Central and Northeastern Connecticut$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Thames River Community Service$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Billings Forge Community Works$400,000A one-year grant to support educational, enrichment and employment opportunities in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of HartfordIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Funders Together to End Homelessness$160,000A one-year grant for operational support for this funder affinity groupCross-programCatalyze Funding2016National
Third Sector New England$100,000A one-year grant to support the A Way Home America initiative, a national effort to prevent and end youth homelessness by 2020Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016National
Institute for Community Research$255,096A two-year grant to support the work of the Youth Action Hub (YAH), a youth-based center of research and advocacy at the Institute for Community Research with a focus on ending youth homelessness in ConnecticutHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016CT
National Low Income Housing Coalition$200,000A one-year planning grant for general operating to support their work to protect and expand federal affordable housing programs, particularly those that serve households who are extremely low income (ELI), homeless, or disabledHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2016National
Billings Forge Community Works$150,000 each yearA three-year grant to grow staff and organizational capacity and plan for scaling up the culinary job training programIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Columbus House$10,000To launch the Coordinated Access Network 8 flexible fundDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy$1,000To support the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy Leadership FundDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$10,000To support additional communications capacity as we near the goal of ending chronic homelessness in ConnecticutDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Exponent Philanthropy$750MembershipDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
AIDS Connecticut$8,250For general operating supportDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Journey Home$5,000Staff professional developmentDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
MANY$861For support at New England Youth Homeless SummitDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Institute for Community Research$10,000Bridge grant for Youth Action Hub researchDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Middlesex United Way$10,000For Middlesex County Coalition on Housing and Homelessness strategic planningDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Workforce Alliance$1,500Heartland Alliance conference supportDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
New Opportunities$4,500Heartland Alliance conference supportDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Columbus House$15,000Contribution to Coordinated Access Network's flexible fundDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Capital Workforce Partners$4,500Heartland Alliance conference supportDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
New Opportunities$50,000A one-year grant to support the second year implementation of Secure Jobs in Waterbury and TorringtonIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2016CT
New Reach$50,000A one-year grant to support the second year implementation of Secure Jobs in Greater New HavenIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2016CT
National Alliance to End Homelessness$125,000A one-year planning grant to create a framework and implementation plan for a national campaign to address America’s rental crisis. This grant is an unprecedented joint effort among The National Alliance to End Homelessness, National Low Income Housing Coalition, and the Center on Budget and Policy PrioritiesHousingIncrease Housing Supply; Expand Housing Affordability and Access2016National
Career Resources$50,000A one-year grant to support the second year implementation of Secure Jobs in Fairfield CountyIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Community Solutions$85,000A one-year grant to provide technical assistance to 75 communities participating in the Zero: 2016 campaign to end veteran and chronic homelessness this yearHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016National
Connecticut Voices for Children$200,000For researching, analyzing, and advocating for strategic public investments and public policies for the state's most vulnerable children and familiesHealth and Support2016CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness-CT$60,000To provide general operating supportHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016CT
Connecticut Association for Human Services$60,000To provide general operating support for the Keep the Promise campaignHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2016CT
Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund$85,000To provide technical assistance to the Secure Jobs pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2016CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$65,000To continue to support implementing the housing goals and strategies of Opening Doors-CTCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2016CT
Connecticut Public Broadcasting$50,000To support the newly-formed New England News Collaborative in their reporting on housing and homelessnessCross-Program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2016CT
Capital Workforce Partners$7,500A one-year grant to support the second year implementation of Secure Jobs in Greater HartfordIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Thames Valley Council for Community Action$35,000A one-year grant to support the second year implementation of Secure Jobs in Southeastern CTIncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016CT
Billings Forge Community Works$5,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
National Network for Youth$14,000To support strategic planningDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
Connecticut Housing Coalition$15,000Bridge support to grant application
Director's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund$60,000For the continued evaluation of the Secure Jobs CT pilot to be subcontracted to Cross SectorIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2016CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$900,000For continuing support for the Partnership's housing advocacy work in ConnecticutCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2016CT
Rapid Results Institute$75,000To support three communities in developing new approaches to ending youth homelessness, with the longer-term goal of scaling to cities across the countryHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016National
Corporation for Supportive Housing$200,000To support continued work on Opening Doors-CT planning and implementationCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2016CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$95,000To support CCEH's programmatic and advocacy efforts to end homelessness in CTCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2016CT
REDF$100,000To support REDF's national impact with particular focus on policy and evaluation as it relates to their social enterprise expansionIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2016National
Center for Children's Advocacy$76,090To continue to fund systemic reform work to increase services and supports available to unaccompanied homeless youth in CTHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016CT
National Alliance to End Homelessness$323,230To provide continuing support for the organization's federal policy workHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016National
Health Resources in Action$50,000To fund Health Starts at Home, an evaluation of the effect of various housing and health interventions on housing stability and the direct impact of these interventions in preventing incidents of homelessnessHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016National
NeighborWorks New Horizons$300,000Renewed three-year term on a recoverable grant to support the development of 175 rental units in Connecticut over the next three yearsHousingIncrease Housing Supply2016CT
Supportive Housing Works$130,000A one-year grant to conduct a System Wide Analytics and Projection (SWAP) through the stateHealth and SupportReform the Crisis Response System2016CT
Coalition for Juvenile Justice$15,000To increase collaboration between juvenile justice and homelessness fieldsDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
Institute for Community Research$15,000Funding Connecticut Youth Action Hub summer research and planningDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations$3,190MembershipDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
Connecticut Legal Services$5,000For strategic planningDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund$10,000Supplementary technical assistance funding for Secure Jobs-CTDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Community Solutions$15,000Planning grantDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
Charter Oak Cultural Center$5,000To support the creation, production, and distribution of Beat of the Streets newspaperDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$5,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$50,000To address homelessness and advance fair and integrated housing for those with serious mental illnessHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2016National
Urban Institute$30,000To support assessment of the potential impact of the termination of the United States Interagency Council on HomelessnessCross-program Initiatives2016National
Connecticut News Project$25,000To support the Connecticut News Project’s operations and coverage of Connecticut’s state government and policyCross-Program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2016CT
National Alliance to End Homelessness$187,450To develop, test, and evaluate an iteration of the Critical Time Intervention service model to be matched with rapid re-housing in order to improve outcomes for homeless individuals and familiesHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2016National
PolicyLink$125,000To act as "backbone" and program management support for Funders for Housing and OpportunityHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2016National
National Public Radio$300,000To support coverage of issues related to poverty and homelessnessCross-program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2016National
Center for Children's Advocacy$1,426National Alliance to End Homelessness travel reimbursement and site visitDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Downtown Emergency Service Center$10,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy$3,000MembershipDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
National Health Care for the Homeless Council$5,000To support documentation of their workDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
AIDS Connecticut$8,250To improve the lives of those living with HIV through supportive services, housing, advocacy and preventionDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
National Low Income Housing Coalition$1,000For the Sheila Crowley Housing Justice FundDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy$5,800MembershipDirector's Discretionary Fund2016CT
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$15,000To support strategic planningDirector's Discretionary Fund2016National
Bazelon Center for Mental Health$50,000To continue to support their work to address homelessness and advance fair and integrated housing for those with serious mental illnessHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2015National
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$350,000A two-year grant to continue work at the nexus of fiscal policy and rental assistanceHealth and Support, HousingExpand Supportive Housing, Expand Housing Affordability and Access2015National
Chapin Hall Center for Children$200,000To fund a 24-month, multi-pronged National Initiative on Unaccompanied Runaway and Homeless YouthHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015National
Community Foundation for the National Capital Region$1,000Membership in Youth Transition Funders Group2015National
Corporation for Supportive Housing$150,000To support the Social Innovation Fund InitiativeHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015National
Corporation for Supportive Housing$150,00To implement a sustainability plan for CSH's Social Innovation Fund (SIF) pilot, a federal initiative to test innovative ways to integrate healthcare and housing for homeless individuals who frequent multiple emergency and crisis systems (criminal justice, ER, treatment centers)Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015National
Downtown Emergency Services Center$10,000Sponsorship of Housing First Partners Conference2015National
Funders Together to End Homelessness$160,000To provide operational and funding support for this funder affinity groupCross-program InitiativesCatalyze Funder Collaboration2015National
Funders Together to End Homelessness$1,800Membership in Foundation for Youth Success2015National
Funders Together to End Homelessness$160,000For operational support for this funder affinity groupCross-program InitiativesCatalyze Funder Collaboration2015National
Heartland Alliance$299,205A second year disbursement to advance employment as a key element in preventing and ending homelessness through the National Center on Employment & HomelessnessIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015National
National Academy of Sciences$200,000To support an 18-month study to understand the extent to which various housing programs and interventions have reduced homelessness, reduced healthcare costs, and improved healthcare outcomes for people experiencing homelessnessHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2015National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$2,534National youth homelessness meeting in DC2015National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$299,250A third year disbursement to support continued work on rapid re-housingHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015National
National Housing Conference$78,000To support their role as a member of the staff team of the National Housing Affordability Collaborative and their contribution to the development of the research agenda, the policy agenda, and the development and execution of the messaging strategyHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2015National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$200,000For general operating support of their work to protect and optimally expand federal affordable housing programs, particularly those that serve households who are extremely low income, and/or disabledHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2015National
PolicyLink$200,000To act as the backbone organization providing through leadership and program management support for the National Housing Affordability CollaborativeHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2015National
National Network for Youth$70,000For a 2-yr capacity-building grant to expand federal public advocacy work focused on ending youth homelessnessHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015National
National Public Radio$300,000For continued support of NPR's coverage of issues relating to poverty and homelessnessCross-program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2015National
PolicyLink$50,000To begin housing affordability planning workHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2015National
Billings Forge Community Works$5,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Technical Assistance Collaborative$600,000To support policy, advocacy and technical assistance activities to expand the supply of supportive housing and strengthen the ability of behavioral health and human service/Medicaid systems to serve vulnerable populationsHealth and Support, HousingExpand Supportive Housing, Expand Housing Affordability and Access2015National
Third Sector New England$75,000To support the startup of the A Way Home Americ (AWHA) initiative, a national effort to prevent and end youth homelessness by 2020Health and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015National
True Colors Fund$4,210To cover the cost of the national youth homelessness meeting in Houston in September2015National
Urban Institute$15,000To support the creation of a 10-15 page paper that addresses what is known from researching various aspects of housing affordability for extremely low income (ELI) households. This will serve as a basis for development of strategies to increase the availability of deeply affordable rental housing, as well as development of a research agenda2015National
Urban Institute$175,317To support their role as the research advisor to the National Housing Affordability CollaborativeHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2015National
Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust$200,000For a program related investment unsecured loan with a three-year term at 2% interestHousingIncrease Housing Supply2015CT
Capital Workforce Partners Inc$7,500For staff time, direct funds, and administrative costs dedicated to Secure Jobs CT pilot implementationDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Career Resources Inc$50,000For staff time, direct funds, consultant, and administrative costs dedicated to Secure Jobs CT pilot implementationIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Hartford$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Center for Children's Advocacy$15,000To increase access to services and supports available to homeless youth in ConnecticutDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Center for Children's Advocacy$101,154To fund systemic reform work to increase services and supports available to unaccompanied homeless youth in ConnecticutHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$5,000To sponsor the Training Institute in MayDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$6,500Costs associated with data for Secure JobsDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$50,000For general operating supportHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$80,000To support work implementing the housing goals and strategies of Opening-Doors CTHousingIncrease Housing Supply, Expand Housing Affordability and Access2015CT
Connecticut Legal Services$70,000To support the transition of state-level policy work from the Legal Assistance Resource Center of Connecticut to the staff of Connecticut Legal Services, New Haven Legal Assistance, and Greater Hartford Legal AidHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015CT
Connecticut News Project$6,210Sponsorship of "Small State, Big Debate: Race"Director's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network$15,000Sponsorship of reporting on housing/homelessnessDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$220,000To support research, analysis and advocacy for strategic public investments and public policies for the most vulnerable children and familiesHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2015CT
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund$50,000To evaluate the Secure Jobs CT pilotIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund$75,000For project management of Secure Jobs CTIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Easter Seals Goodwill Industries$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Expand Supportive Housing Works$15,000To support the 100 Day Rapid Results Campaign in Fairfield CountyDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Fellowship Place$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Friendship Service Center of New Britain$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund$15,000To support the merger of three Connecticut-based Community Development Financial Institutions into a new organizationDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Homes with Hope$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Journey Home$15,000To support the 100 Day Rapid Results Campaign in Greater HartfordDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness$60,000For general operating supportHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2015CT
New London Homeless Hospitality Center$50,000To support further capacity building under the Medicaid Institute for Supportive Housing Agencies initiativeHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2015CT
New London Homeless Hospitality Center$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
New Opportunities Inc.$50,000For staff time, direct funds, consultant, and administrative costs dedicated to Secure Jobs CT pilot implementationIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
New Reach$50,000To support further capacity building under the Medicaid institute for Supportive Housing Agencies InitiativeHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2015CT
New Reach$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
New Reach Inc.$50,000For staff time, direct funds, and administrative costs dedicated to Secure Jobs CT pilot implementationIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
North Central Regional Mental Health Board$25,000To support Keep the Promise Coalition's work as they pursue a strategic planning processHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2015CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$5,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$200,000Bridge grantCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2015CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$700,000To provide continuing support for the Partnership's advocacy work on preventing and ending homelessness in ConnecticutCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2015CT
Prudence Crandall Center$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Safe Futures$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury$5,000Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Thames River Community Service$5,000Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Thames River Family Program$12,000To support internal capacity building during staff transitionDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Thames Valley Council for Community Action Inc.$35,000For staff time, direct funds, and administrative costs dedicated to Secure Jobs CT pilot implementationIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
The Covenant Shelter of New London$15,000To speed the housing placement process of the Rapid Results 100 Day InitiativeDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Windham Regional Community Council$15,000To support the 100 Day Rapid Results Campaign in Eastern ConnecticutDirector's Discretionary Fund2015CT
Billings Forge Community Works$150,000To grow staff and organizational capacity and plan for scaling up the culinary job training programHealth and Support, IncomeBuilding Community, Strengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
AIDS Connecticut$50,000For a consultant who will provide project management and oversight to the Connecticut Social Innovation Fund demonstration project in 2016 and support implementation of a sustainability planHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2015CT
Applied Behavioral Rehabilitation Institute$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
BHcare$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Billings Forge Community Works$400,000To support educational, enrichment and employment opportunities in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of HartfordHealth and Support, IncomeBuilding Community, Strengthen Employment Outcomes2015CT
Heartland Alliance$298,083The third installment of a four-year grant request of $1,200,000 to advance employment as a key element in preventing and ending homelessness through the National Center on Employment & Homelessness.
IncomeStrengthen Employment Opportunities2016National
My Sister's Place$40,000A one-year, capacity-building grant for dedicated staff time, accreditation fees, and IT (MISHA)Health and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$100,000For continued support of their work ensuring access to quality housing for people who are marginalized by serious mental illnessHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014National
Community Solutions$15,000To support the third-party evaluation of the 100,000 Homes CampaignDirector's Discretionary Fund2014National
Corporation for Supportive Housing$60,850To fund a national convening bringing together experts and leaders to fuel innovation around integrated housing and service approaches for homeless individuals with substance abuse disordersHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014National
Downtown Emergency Service Center$10,000Sponsorship of Housing First Partners ConferenceDirector's Discretionary Fund2014National
Funders Together to End Homelessness$180,000Operational and funding support for this funder affinity groupCross-program InitiativesCatalyze Funder Collaboration2014National
Heartland Alliance$300,000To increase economic opportunity for homeless jobseekers by fostering new or deeper partnerships with workforce and homeless service systems through the support of place-based initiatives, knowledge transfer, and advancing federal policy and systems changeIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$635,245To provide continuing support for the organization's federal policy workHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2014National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$10,000To help support the "Ending Youth Homelessness: Using Practice Knowledge to Advance Solutions" initiativeDirector's Discretionary Fund2014National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$282,750The second year of a three-year grant to build the infrastructure that supports to-scale adoption of rapid re-housing across the countryHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2014National
National Coalition for the Homeless$35,000To fund a planning grant to develop options for a national advocacy effort to expand the supply of rental assistanceHealth and Support, HousingExpand Supportive Housing, Expand Housing Affordability and Access2014National
National Coalition for the Homeless$15,000To build organizational capacity in the areas of board development and governance policiesDirector's Discretionary Fund2014National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$15,000Sponsorship of 32nd Annual Housing Leadership Awards ReceptionDirector's Discretionary Fund2014National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$200,000A one-year grant to focus on two key areas: 1) maintaining or possibly increasing funding levels for HUD housing assistance programs for Extremely Low Income (ELI) households; 2) exploring ways the utilize public housing resources to expand housing opportunities for ELI householdsHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2014National
National Network for Youth$70,000For a two-year capacity-building grant to expand federal public advocacy work focused on ending youth homelessnessHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2014National
National Public Radio$300,000For the support of programs and activities, including coverage of issues around poverty and homelessnessCross-program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2014National
Pathways to Housing$180,000To fund essential tenancy support services that will help Veterans obtain and retain permanent supportive housingHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$600,000A one-year grant to support policy, advocacy and technical assistance activities to expand the supply of permanent supportive housing and strengthen the ability of behavioral health and human services/Medicaid systems to serve vulnerable populationsHealth and Support, HousingExpand Supportive Housing, Expand Housing Affordability and Access2014National
Hands on Hartford$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Immaculate Conception$50,000A one-year, capacity-building grant for dedicated staff time, accreditation expenses, and consulting fees (MISHA)Health and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
Liberty Community Services$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Expand Supportive Housing Works$10,000To cover the costs of securing a consultant who will facilitate the region's Secure Jobs CT planning process and to cover meeting costsDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Easter Seals Goodwill Industries Rehabilitation Center$5,000Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Corporation for Supportive Housing$303,000To support continued work on Opening Doors-CT planning and implementationHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF)$75,000A one-year grant for project management of the Secure Jobs CT pilot projectIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$270,000To support their work researching, analyzing, and advocating for strategic public investments and public policies for the most vulnerable children and familiesHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2014CT
Connecticut News Project$25,000A one-year grant to support operation of this non-profit, nonpartisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut's state government and public policyCross-Program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2014CT
Connecticut News Project$25,000Challenge grant to support crowdfunding projects, "Homeless in CT: Children More Than a Number" and "Veterans and Families & Where to Turn: Homelessness, Health and Education"Cross-Program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2014CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$80,000To continue to support the work implementing the housing goals and strategies of Opening Doors-CTHousingIncrease Housing Supply, Expand Housing Affordability and Access2014CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$15,000To support the coordinated statewide Point-In-Time Count of adults and youth experiencing homelessness planned for this JanuaryDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$5,000Sponsorship of the 12th Annual Training InstituteDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$14,000For the revised Rapid Re-Housing Study being undertaken with UCONN's TRIPP CenterDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Connecticut Association for Human Services$50,000To expand access to public benefits for those experiencing homelessness in the Greater Hartford RegionHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2014CT
The Council of Churches of Greater Bridgeport$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Charter Oak Cultural Center$5,000To sponsor the organization's Beat of the Street newspaper programDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Capital Workforce Partners$10,000To cover the costs of securing a consultant who will facilitate the region's Secure Jobs CT planning process and to cover meeting costsIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Billings Forge Community Works$150,000The first year of a three-year restricted grant to grow staff and organizational capacity and plan for scaling up the culinary job training programHealth and Support, IncomeBuilding Community, Strengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Billings Forge Community Works$400,000A one-year grant renewal to support educational, enrichment and Strengthen Employment Outcomes opportunitiesHealth and Support, IncomeBuilding Community, Strengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Billings Forge Community Works$5,000SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
BHcare$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Beth-El Center$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Applied Behavioral Rehabilitation Institute$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
AIDS Connecticut$8,250To improve the lives of those affected by HIV through supportive services, housing, advocacy and preventionDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
AIDS Connecticut$50,000A one-year grant for a consultant who will provide project management and oversight to the Connecticut Social Innovation Fund demonstration project in 2015Health and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
Youth Continuum$5,000Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Thames Valley Council for Community Action$10,000To cover the costs of securing a consultant who will facilitate the region's Secure Jobs CT planning process and to cover meeting costsIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
United Services$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
United Way of Greater New Haven$15,000To expand access to public benefits for those experiencing homelessness in the Greater Hartford RegionDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Susan B. Anthony Project$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Supportive Housing Works$100,000A two-year grant to strengthen their regional coordinated access and housing delivery systems through better use of data and performance metricsHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2014CT
Supportive Housing Works$15,000To cover development consulting services and the engagement of a policy consultantDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
St. Vincent's Medical Center$50,000A one-year, capacity-building grant for dedicated staff time, consulting fees and ITHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
United Way of Greater New Haven$5,000To help underwrite the City of New Haven's study this Fall to determine how to allocate $1.1 million toward homeless servicesDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Prudence Crandall Center for Women$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Prime Time House$5,000Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$900,000To provide continuing support for the Partnership's housing advocacy work in ConnecticutCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2014CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$5,000Sponsorship of 9th Annual Reaching Home DinnerDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$450,000To provide continuing support for the Partnership's housing advocacy work in ConnecticutCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2014CT
New Reach$50,000A one-year, capacity-building grant for accreditation and consulting feesHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
New Opportunities$10,000To cover the costs of securing a consultant who will facilitate the region's Secure Jobs CT planning process and to cover meeting costsIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
New London Homeless Hospitality Center$50,000A one-year, capacity-building grant for dedicated staff time and consulting feesHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
New Haven Home Recovery$5,000For consulting costs concerning the purchase of housing unitsDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness$205,000For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition (KTP) and NAMI's state policy workHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
Mystic Area Shelter & Hospitality$7,500Employment and Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2014CT
United Way of Greater New Haven$10,000To cover the costs of securing a consultant who will facilitate the region's Secure Jobs CT planning process and to cover meeting costsDirector's Discretionary Fund2014CT
Columbus House$50,000A one-year, capacity-building grant for staff time dedicated to the accreditation process and accreditation feesHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2014CT
National AIDS Housing Coalition$5,000Event sponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013National
Funders Together to End Homelessness$7,500Funder's Institute sponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013National
Funders Together to End Homelessness$200,000Operational and funding support for this funder affinity groupCross-program InitiativesCatalyze Funder Collaboration2013National
FareStart$250Director's Discretionary Fund2013National
Corporation for Supportive Housing$150,000First year of a two-year grant to continue support of CSH's Social Innovation Fund Initiative, a national effort to design, pilot and test innovative models that integrate housing with health service in four communities across the nationHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2013National
Citizen's Housing and Planning Association$2,500SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013National
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$280,000A two-year grant to continue CBPP's work at the nexus of fiscal policy and rental assistanceHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2013National
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$393,645A two-year grant to support work strengthening the Reform Crisis Response Systems and implementation of Opening Doors & ConnecticutCross Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors CT2013CT
AIDS Connectictut$90,000A two-year grant to fund the cost of a part-time project manager for the Connecticut Integrated Healthcare & Housing Neighborhood projectHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2013CT
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$175,000To support work ensuring access to quality housing for people who are marginalized by serious mental illnessHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2013National
Women's Institute for Housing and Economic Development$300,000A recoverable grant with a four-year renewal term that would provide working capital to the Women's Institute to create affordable and Expand Supportive Housing in ConnecticutHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2013CT
Stamford Shelter for the Homeless$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Prime Time House$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$5,000Event sponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$900,000To provide continuing support for the Partnership's housing advocacy work in ConnecticutCross-program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2013CT
Open Hearth$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Norwich Adult Education$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
New London Homeless Hospitality Center$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
NeighborWorks New Horizons$300,000A renewal of a Program Related Investment to support predevelopment costs associated with the organization's affordable and Expand Supportive Housing projects in Greater New HavenHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2013CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness-CT$123,125For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMIHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2013CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$230,100For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMI's state policy workHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2013CT
My Sister's Place$2,500Event sponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Mercy Housing and Shelter Corporation$3,500Event sponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Living in Safe Alternatives$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Journey Home$15,000General operating supportDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Inspirica$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund2,50025th Anniversary Celebration SponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund$105,000A renewal of two Program Related Investments for loans to developers who create or rehabilitate affordable housing in the Greater New Haven areaHousingExpand Affordable Housing and Access2013CT
Easter Seals Goodwill Industries$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Corporation for Supportive Housing$300,000To support continued work on Opening Doors and Connecticut planning and implementationCross Program InitiativesOpening Doors CT2013CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$267,275To support their work researching, analyzing, and advocating for strategic public investments and wise public policies for the most vulnerable children and familiesHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2013CT
Connecticut News Project$25,000To support operation of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut's state government and public policyCross Program InitiativesAd2013CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$76,000To continue to support work implementing the housing goals and strategies of Opening Doors and ConnecticutCross Program InitiativesOpening Doors CT2013CT
Connecticut Fair Housing Center$750Event sponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy$4,800MembershipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Youth Continuum$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$10,000Sponsorship of Connecticut Point-in-Time CountDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$10,000Event sponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$29,500Leadership transition consultantHealth and SupportReform the Crisis Response Systems2013CT
Columbus House$1,500Director's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Charter Oak Cultural Center$5,000Publication sponsorshipDirector's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Center for Children's Advocacy$75,000A grant to fund the cost of a Project Director to lead a comprehensive statewide planning process for building service capacity and integrating supports available to unaccompanied homeless youth in ConnecticutHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2013CT
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Hartford$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Bridgeport Neighborhood Trust$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Billings Forge Community Works$345,000To support community building, youth development and social enterprise in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of HartfordCross Program InitiativesBuilding Community2013CT
Billings Forge Community Works$5,000Director's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Billings Forge Community Works$460,000A renewal request to support educational, enrichment and Strengthen Employment Outcomes opportunities in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of HartfordIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
Association of Religious Communities$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2013CT
AIDS Connecticut$6,000Director's Discretionary Fund2013CT
Technical Assistance Collaborative$600,000To support policy and advocacy activities around the implementation and expansion of HUD's Section 811 Project Rental Assistance Demonstration program and to continue TAC's affordable housing, behavioral health, and Medicaid policy, advocacy and technical assistance activities with federal and state government agenciesHealth and Support, HousingExpand Supportive Housing, Expand Housing Affordability2013National
National Public Radio$300,000For the support of programs and activities, including coverage of issues around poverty and homelessnessCross-program Initiatives2013National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$5,000Sponsorship to support the public launch of "Never Another Homeless Veteran" education and awareness campaignDirector's Discretionary Fund2013National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$308,965To provide continuing support for the organization's federal policy workHousingExpand Housing Affordability and Access2013National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$343,000To build the infrastructure that supports the to-scale adoption of rapid re-housing across the countryHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2013National
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$250,246For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMI's state policy workHealth and SupportExpand Supportive Housing2012CT
Meriden Children First Initiative$10,000To support the development of a Housing Plan for targeted neighborhoods within the Meriden Family ZoneDirector's Discretionary Fund2012CT
Corporation for Supportive Housing$205,000To support work on Opening Doors & Connecticut planning and implementationCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2012CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$267,275To support their work researching, analyzing, publishing and disseminating work to advocate for strategic public investments and wise public policiesHealth and SupportPrevention and Intervention2012CT
Connecticut News Project$80,000To support operation of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut's state government and public policyCross-Program InitiativesAdvance Civic Will Through Public Media2012CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$60,000To support work on Opening Doors & Connecticut planning and implementationCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2012CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$116,500To support work on Opening Doors & Connecticut planning and implementationCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2012CT
Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach effortsDirector's Discretionary Fund2012CT
City of Norwich Community Care Team$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Christian Community Action$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Billings Forge Community Works$96,250To support on-the-ground community development work in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of HartfordHealth and Support, IncomeBuilding Community, Strengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Billings Forge Community Works$18,750For operating support of the Kitchen at Billings Forge, a social enterprise offering catering and retail food sales with a focus on job training and entrepreneurial developmentHealth and Support, IncomeBuilding Community, Strengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Norwich Adult Education$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Friendship Service Center$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Prime Time House$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Susan B. Anthony Project$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Youth Continuum$10,000Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
National Alliance to End Homelessness$300,726To provide continuing support for the organization's federal policy work2012National
Corporation for Supportive Housing$150,000Second year of a two-year grant to support CSH's Social Innovation Fund Initiative, a national effort to design, pilot and test innovative models that integrate housing with health service in four communities across the nation2012National
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$175,000To support work defending the rights and securing supportive housing and community integration for individuals with mental illness2012National
My Sisters' Place$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Technical Assistance Collaborative$600,000To provide a comprehensive program of technical assistance to support the implementation of HUD's Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities Demonstration program (the Frank Melville Expand Supportive Housing Investment Act) for a second year and to continue TAC's affordable housing, behavioral health, and Medicaid policy, advocacy and technical assistance activities with federal and state government leaders2012National
National Public Radio$300,000For the support of programs and activities, including coverage of how the downturn in the nation's economy is affecting families living at or below the poverty line2012National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$300,000For operational support and ongoing strategy development to fund and implement the National Housing Trust Fund2012National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$500,000A two-year grant for operational support and ongoing strategy development to fund and implement the National Housing Trust Fund2012National
Inspirica$7,500Educational Opportunity FundIncomeStrengthen Employment Outcomes2012CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$900,000To provide continuing support for the Partnership's housing advocacy work in ConnecticutCross-Program InitiativesImplement Opening Doors-CT2012CT
Billings Forge Community Works$385,000To support on-the-ground community development work in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford2011CT
Billings Forge Community Works$10,000Director's Discretionary Fund2011CT
Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2011CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2011CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2011CT
Connecticut Legal Rights Project$150,000To renew funding for their housing advocacy program H.O.M.E (Helping Others Maintain Equality in Housing)2011CT
Connecticut Legal Rights Project$250,000Funding for their housing advocacy program2011CT
Connecticut Legal Services$100,000Funding to continue their work on behalf of low-income tenants impacted by foreclosure2011CT
Connecticut News Project$150,000To support the third year of operation of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut's state government and public policy2011CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$267,275To continue to support the work of illuminating the role of government in supporting just and healthy communities2011CT
Corporation for Supportive Housing$200,000To fund the third year of a three-year effort to expand Expand Supportive Housing as a solution in Connecticut2011CT
Immaculate Conception Shelter$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2011CT
Journey Home$50,000For a second year of funding for the Moving On Initiative2011CT
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$160,000To support work defending the rights and securing supportive housing and community integration for individuals with mental illness2011National
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$20,000Funding for an organizational capacity assessment2011CT
Norwich Adult Education$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2011CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$900,000To provide continuing support for the Partnership's housing advocacy work in Connecticut2011CT
St. Luke's Lifeworks$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2011CT
Youth Continuum$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2011CT
Technical Assistance Collaborative$700,000To provide a comprehensive program of technical assistance to support the implementation of HUD's Section 811 Supportive Housing for Persons with Disabilities Demonstration program (the Frank Melville Expand Supportive Housing Investment Act) and to continue TAC's affordable housing, behavioral health, and Medicaid policy, advocacy and technical assistance activities with federal and state government leaders2011National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$75,000To continue TAC's support for Louisiana's 3,000 unit Expand Supportive Housing initiative2011National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$300,000Operational support and ongoing strategy development to fund and implement the National Housing Trust Fund2011National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$255,250To provide continuing support for the organization's federal policy work2011National
Funders Together to End Homelessness$200,000Operational and funding support for this funder affinity group2011National
Corporation for Supportive Housing$150,000First year of a two-year grant to support CSH's Social Innovation Fund Initiative, a national effort to design, pilot and test innovative models that integrate housing with health service in four communities across the nation2011National
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$240,000A two-year grant to continue CBPP's work on low-income housing issues2011National
Billings Forge Community Works$75,000For operating support of the Kitchen at Billings Forge, a social enterprise offering catering and retail food sales with a focus on job training and entrepreneurial development2011CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$253,525For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMI's state policy work2011CT
Billings Forge Community Works$78,769For operating support of the Kitchen at Billings Forge, a social enterprise offering catering and retail food sales with a focus on job training and entrepreneurial development2010CT
New Haven Home Recovery$80,000A contingency fund for two Expand Supportive Housing projects that are currently in development in New Haven2010CT
Christian Community Action$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
Christian Community Outreach Ministries, Inc.$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
City of Norwich Community Care Team$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
Connecticut Appleseed Center for Law & Justice$10,000For continued support of the Hartford H.E.L.P program, a service to provide pro bono legal assistance to homeless individuals currently in shelters2010CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2010CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2010CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$120,000For continuing support of the Nonprofit Developers Network, a technical assistance, training, and advocacy program that is focused on increasing the development of affordable housing in Connecticut2010CT
Connecticut Legal Rights Project$444,222To renew funding for CLRP's housing advocacy program H.O.M.E (Helping Others Maintain Equality in Housing)2010CT
Connecticut Legal Services$100,000To continue their work on behalf of low-income tenants impacted by foreclosure2010CT
Connecticut News Project$150,000To support the second year of operation of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut's state government and public policy2010CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$267,275A renewal request to continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and identify opportunities for those most in need2010CT
Corporation for Supportive Housing$200,000For the second year of a three-year effort to build on Connecticut's Expand Supportive Housing policy and development model2010CT
Family and Children's Aid$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
Friendship Service Center$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
My Sisters' Place$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$248,285For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Campaign and NAMI's state policy work2010CT
Billings Forge Community Works$388,680To support on-the-ground community development work in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford2010CT
Norwich Adult Education$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$1,003,343To continue to build on the Partnership's work around affordable housing policy and advocacy2010CT
Prime Time House$7,500Educational Opportunity Grant2010CT
Susan B. Anthony Project$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
Thames River Family Program$9,562A technology upgrade grant.2010CT
The Children's Home$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
Youth Continuum$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2010CT
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$150,000To continue to support their work defending the rights, and securing supportive housing and community integration for individuals with mental illness2010National
Funders Together to End Homelessness$200,000For operational and funding support for this funder affinity group2010National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$244,772To provide continuing support for the organization's federal policy work2010National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$160,000To wind down advocacy and monitoring around government response to Hurricane Katrina2010National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$300,000For continued support of the National Housing Trust Fund Campaign. The goal of the campaign it to provide funds for the production, preservation and rehabilitation of 1,500,000 units of housing in ten years, primarily rental housing to those below 30% of their area median income2010National
National Public Radio$500,000For the support of programs and activities, including coverage of how the downturn in the nation's economy is affecting families living at or below the poverty line2010National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$165,000For continued support of TAC's supportive housing advocacy and implementation in Louisiana2010National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$610,000To sustain TAC's public policy, publication, and technical assistance activities to address and end homelessness among people with disabilities in the United States2010National
Journey Home$50,000To fund the Moving On Initiative, a pilot program that will offer current, stable residents of Expand Supportive Housing & who no longer need intensive support services & a reduced level of services and a rental subsidy. Moving On can then offer a housing subsidy to new tenants who have been in long-term shelter and need intensive services2010CT
Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2010CT
Volunteers of America & Connecticut$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
Billings Forge Community Works$275,000To support on-the-ground community development work in the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford2009CT
City of Norwich Community Care Team$5,000Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
Community Farm of Simsbury$8,000Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2009CT
Connecticut Appleseed Center for Law & Justice$7,500To seed the Hartford H.E.L.P. program, a service to provide pro bono legal assistance to homeless individuals currently in shelter2009CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2009CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$50,000A two-year grant to support training, technical assistance and coordination related to the Connecticut Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-housing Program (HPRP) funded through ARRA2009CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2009CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$95,000For continuing support of the Community Developers Network, a technical assistance, training, and advocacy program that is focused on increasing development of affordable housing in Connecticut2009CT
Connecticut Legal Rights Project$375,000To continue funding the Helping Others Maintain Equity (H.O.M.E.) project, which provides outreach, intervention, and advocacy for adults with mental illness who have critical housing problems2009CT
Connecticut Legal Services$100,000An emergency funding request of $100,000 for legal services work for tenants in foreclosed properties2009CT
Connecticut News Project$100,000To support the start-up of this nonprofit, non-partisan organization created to reinvigorate news coverage of Connecticut's state government and public policy2009CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$267,275To continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and provide opportunity to those most in need2009CT
Friendship Service Center$125,000A matching grant for the development of 21 units of permanent supportive housing on Arch Street in New Britain2009CT
Friendship Service Center$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
Interlude, Inc.$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
My Sisters' Place$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2009CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$215,297For ongoing support of the Keep the Promise Coalition and NAMI's state policy work2009CT
NeighborWorks New Horizons$100,000A request to support operations as the organization continues development of Expand Supportive Housing in Fair Haven2009CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$966,000To continue to build on the Partnership's core strength of affordable housing policy and advocacy2009CT
Prime Time House$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
Salvation Army of Greater Waterbury$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
The Children's Home$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
Billings Forge Community Works$171,708For operating and capital support of the Kitchen and Cafe at Billings Forge, social enterprises offering catering and retail food sales with a focus on job training and entrepreneurial development2009CT
Youth Continuum$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2009CT
National Low Income Housing Coalition$180,000For continued advocacy and monitoring around the federal government's response to Hurricane Katrina2009National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$25,000To support the development of guides and toolkits to assist local communities apply for and implement rapid re-housing and homeless prevention funds from the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act2009National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$238,394To provide continuing support for the organization's federal policy work2009National
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$150,000A renewal request for fair housing and community integration advocacy on behalf of people with disabilities2009National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$600,000To sustain TAC's public policy, publication, and technical assistance activities to address and end homelessness among people with disabilities in the United States2009National
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$200,000A two-year grant to continue CBPP's work on low-income housing issues2009National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$210,000For continued support of TAC's supportive housing advocacy and implementation in Louisiana2009National
National Public Radio$500,000To support coverage examining how the downturn in the nation's economy is affecting families living at or below the poverty line2009National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$250,000For continued support of the National Housing Trust Fund Campaign for the production, preservation and rehabilitation of 1,500,000 units of housing in ten years, primarily rental housing to those below 30% of their area median2009National
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$52,860The second part of a three-year grant to strengthen NAMI's public policy capacity2008CT
Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2008CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2008CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$95,000For continued support of the Community Developers Network, a technical assistance, training, and advocacy program that is focused on increasing the development of affordable housing in Connecticut2008CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$267,265To continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and provide opportunity to those most in need2008CT
Corporation for Supportive Housing$250,000To support a three-year effort to build on Connecticut's Expand Supportive Housing policy and development mode2008CT
Friendship Service Center$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2008CT
Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund$75,000For the renewal of a Program Related Investment to the Fund's Community Loan Pool, which finances below-market rate loans to community-based groups and nonprofit developers that create or rehabilitate affordable housing in the Greater New Haven area2008CT
Greater New Haven Community Loan Fund$30,000For the renewal of a Program Related Investment to the Fund's Community Loan Pool, which finances below-market rate loans to community-based groups and nonprofit developers that create or rehabilitate affordable housing in the Greater New Haven area2008CT
Local Initiatives Support Corporation$30,000To support a response to urban foreclosure in Connecticut2008CT
Martin House$40,000To support the initial technical assistance, professional development and training related to the development of two new Expand Supportive Housing projects on the Martin House/Thames River campus2008CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2008CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$168,685To support the work of the Keep the Promise Coalition2008CT
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$135,000A renewal request for a program of fair housing and community integration advocacy on behalf of people with mental disabilities2008National
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2008CT
Norwich Adult Education$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2008CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$915,000To continue to build on the Partnership's core strength of affordable housing policy and advocacy2008CT
Salvation Army of Greater Hartford$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2008CT
Youth Continuum$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2008CT
Technical Assistance Collaborative$510,000To sustain public policy, consultation and technical assistance activities to expand affordable and permanent supportive housing2008National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$300,000To create 3,000 units of permanent supportive housing in hurricane affected areas of Louisiana2008National
National Public Radio$500,000To support coverage of poverty, homelessness and Gulf Coast reconstruction2008National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$250,000For continued support of the newly successful National Housing Trust Fund Campaign for the production, preservation, and rehabilitation of 1,500,000 units of housing in ten years, primarily rental housing to those below 30% of their area median2008National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$150,000For continued advocacy around the federal government's response to Hurricane Katrina2008National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$194,038To provide continuing support for the organization's federal policy effort2008National
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$161,200For work on federal and state fiscal policy and public programs that impact low and moderate income families and individuals2008National
Billings Forge Community Works$244,363To support a set of diverse, but targeted community development strategies aimed at impacting a wide array of people both within the Frog Hollow community and outside of it2008CT
Connecticut Legal Rights Project$353,665To continue funding the Helping Others Maintain Equity in Housing (HOME) project, which provides outreach, intervention, and advocacy activities for adults with mental illness who have critical housing problems2008CT
Nehemiah Housing Corporation$140,000A Project Related Investment to cover predevelopment and carrying costs for two developments underway in Middletown's North End Redevelopment Area2008CT
NeighborWorks New Horizons$40,000The second year of a two-year capacity building grant2007CT
New Haven Home Recovery$150,500A PRI to cover renovation costs of the Expand Supportive Housing property in New Haven2007CT
Billings Forge Community Works$338,560To support a set of diverse, but targeted community development strategies aimed at impacting a wide array of people both within the Frog Hollow neighborhood of Hartford and outside of it2007CT
Norwich Adult Education$24,000To continue support for the Collaborative Education Program sponsored by Norwich Adult Education, Reliance House and Martin House2007CT
Open Hearth$10,000Educational Opportunity Fund2007CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$815,000To continue to build on the Partnership's core strength of affordable housing policy and advocacy in Connecticut2007CT
Billings Forge Community Works$422,900A Program Related Investment for start-up funding for a fully functioning and professionally managed catering kitchen that will include an entrepreneurial and culinary training program for 8 to 12 participants annually. Culinary Ventures will be a program of Billings Forge Community Works2007CT
The Children's Home$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2007CT
Youth Continuum$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2007CT
Betty Gallo & Company$96,507Operational support for advocacy around all aspects of affordable and Expand Supportive Housing2007CT
National Alliance to End Homelessness$194,038To provide continuing support for NAEH's advocacy and research activities which encourage the federal infrastructure to more fully support implementation of state and local plans to end homelessness2007National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$125,000For support of NLIHC's Hurricane Housing Monitoring Project2007National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$225,000For the National Housing Trust Fund Campaign2007National
National Public Radio$175,000To support coverage from the Gulf Coast and ongoing reporting on issues of poverty and housing2007National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$250,000For continued support of TAC's supportive housing advocacy to create 3,000 units of Expand Supportive Housing in Louisiana2007National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$560,000To sustain TAC's public policy, publication, and technical assistance activities to address and end homelessness among people with disabilities in the United States2007National
UNITY of Greater New Orleans$75,000To expand the public policy advocacy capacity to ensure that all 3,000 units of permanent supportive housing envisioned in the Louisiana Road Home Plan are created, that the units are sustainable, and that they are accessible to the most vulnerable, especially the homeless and chronically homeless2007National
Prime Time House$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2007CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$43,195To support NAMI's public policy work2007CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$170,913To support the work of the Keep the Promise Coalition at NAMI2007CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$52,860A three-year grant to strengthen NAMI's public policy capacity2007CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2007CT
My Sisters' Place$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2007CT
Local Initiatives Support Corporation$85,000To support the provision of technical assistance and capacity building services to CDC's and nonprofit developers across Connecticut2007CT
Hartford Collaborative for Community Organizing$50,000To support the third year of HCCO's initiative of creating an effective city-wide system of community organizing in Hartford2007CT
Fairfield 08$75,000To fund capacity development for the collaborative2007CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$249,998To continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and provide opportunity to those most in need2007CT
Connecticut Legal Services$80,000To help low income families and individuals in Bridgeport avoid worst case housing situations and homelessness2007CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition/Community Development Network$95,000For continuing support of the Nonprofit Developers Network, a technical assistance training program that has been funded from the outset by the Trust and is focused on increasing the development of affordable housing in Connecticut2007CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2007CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2007CT
Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition$6,000To support dedicated advocacy and outreach efforts2007CT
New Haven Home Recovery$85,000For the remaining acquisition costs of a Expand Supportive Housing property in New Haven2007CT
Technical Assistance Collaborative$560,000A continuation grant to sustain TAC's public policy, publication, and technical assistance activities to address and end homelessness among people with disabilities in United States2006National
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$50,000To build on the goals of expanding NAMI's based of advocacy, increasing public awareness and education, strengthening fundraising, and implementing significant upgrades to the organization's technological capacity2006CT
AIDS Housing Corporation$148,500For continued Expand Supportive Housing advocacy work throughout New England2006CT
Alderhouse Residential Communities$100,000To support organizational capacity and financial development as the organization grows to meet the affordable housing needs of underserved communities in Connecticut2006CT
Betty Gallo & Company$69,399To provide operational support their continued effective and thoughtful advocacy around all aspects of affordable and Expand Supportive Housing, as well as their work with the Partnership for Strong Communities' staff on the HOME CT campaign, which makes the case that housing is essential for economic development2006CT
Connecticut AIDS Resource Coalition$5,640To cover advocacy expenses2006CT
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness$5,640To cover advocacy expenses2006CT
Connecticut Fair Housing Center$15,000For fundraising capacity development2006CT
Connecticut Housing Coalition$5,640To cover advocacy expenses2006CT
Connecticut Housing Investment Fund$500,000To provide subsidies in the form of bridge financing to qualified non-profit developers involved in rehabilitation of one-to-four family homes in urban neighborhoods for resale to low and moderate income individuals and families. The additional $100,000 is for other lending programs and other Maker lending programs, including interim financing programs for multifamily development and construction loans (Neighborhood Rebuilder Bridge Loan Program)2006CT
Connecticut Housing Investment Fund$13,000For CHIF to retain a consultant to develop a three-year strategic plan for FY 2007-20092006CT
Connecticut Legal Rights Project$353,223To continue funding the Helping Others Maintain Equity in Housing (HOME) project, which provides outreach, intervention, and advocacy activities for adults with mental illness who have housing problems related to maintenance, discrimination, and inadequate support services2006CT
Connecticut Legal Rights Project$120,062To continue funding for the Keep the Promise Coalition's coordinator and related supervisory and support activities2006CT
Connecticut Voices for Children$243,590To continue to advance public policy and budget choices in ways that help protect the most vulnerable and provide opportunities to those most in need2006CT
Fairfield 08$75,000For capacity development.2006CT
Friendship Service Center$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2006CT
Hartford Collaborative for Community Organizing$50,000To support the second year of HCCO's initiative of creating an effective city-wide system of community organizing in Hartford2006CT
Kent Affordable Housing, Inc.$5,441To retain the part-time Resident Services Coordinator at South Common2006CT
Local Initiatives Support Corporation$55,000To support the provision of technical assistance and capacity building services to CDC's and nonprofit developers across Connecticut2006CT
Martin House$14,655Funding for the licensing of ClientTrack.Net from Data Solutions International for two years2006CT
Mercy Housing$65,000To meet a projected budget deficit for 20062006CT
My Sisters Place$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2006CT
National Alliance on Mental Illness Connecticut$5,640To cover advocacy expenses2006CT
National Public Radio$500,000To support public radio and its coordinated coverage of the growth of child poverty in the United States2006National
NeighborWorks New Horizons$40,000A capacity building grant2006CT
NeighborWorks New Horizons$300,000A program related investment to support acquisition and predevelopment activities over the next four years2006CT
Norwich Adult Education$6,500To continue the Office to Access Resources (OAR) program, which will provide information, resources, referrals and personal support to low-income individuals to help them prepare for, obtain, and retain Strengthen Employment Outcomes, education, and housing2006CT
Norwich Adult Education$12,000To continue support for the Collaborative Education Program, sponsored by Norwich Adult Education, Reliance House and Martin House2006CT
Operation HOPE of Fairfield, Inc.$250,000To fund the Jarvis Court project, a new scattered site Expand Supportive Housing development that will provide 8 new units for families2006CT
Partnership for Strong Communities$822,200To support the four major program initiatives that are managed and sustained by the Partnership: Reaching Home Campaign, the HOME CT campaign, the Lyceum Resource and Conference Center, and community development initiatives in the Frog Hollow neighborhood2006CT
Pathways, Inc.$150,000For a group residence in Greenwich, Connecticut, which will provide permanent housing and support services for ten adults with psychiatric disabilities who are at high risk for homelessness2006CT
Prudence Crandall Center for Women$20,000To support an organizational assessment of the Prudence Crandall Center2006CT
Susan B. Anthony Project$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2006CT
Susan B. Anthony Project$75,000A matching grant which ensures that SBAP reaches its Rebuilding Lives Campaign goal of $2.5 million and succeeds with the Kresge Foundation's challenge grant2006CT
Tri-Town Shelter Services$7,500Educational Opportunity Fund2006CT
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Southern Connecticut$131,010To add a sunroom and pergola to the Olde School Commons accessible, affordable apartment building in Bridgeport2006CT
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law$135,000A renewal request for a program of fair housing and community integration advocacy on behalf of people with mental disabilities2006National
Center for Community Change$100,000To support the 2006 survey of housing trust funds in the United States2006National
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$78,800To continue CBPP's work to protect low-income housing assistance programs from funding cuts and harmful structural changes, with a particular focus on addressing the housing issues tha have arisen in the aftermath or the Gulf Coast hurricanes2006National
Corporation for Supportive Housing$1,067,861For continued support of public radio's integrated focus on the contemporary social dilemmas and realities that vulnerable Americans face - coverage of homelessness, economic equality, health care access and the growth of child poverty in the United States2006National
National AIDS Housing Coalition$165,000A request to continue funding advocacy initiatives in the areas of HIV/AIDS and affordable housing/homelessness public policy2006National
National Alliance to End Homelessness$183,262To provide continuing support for NAEH's federal policy efforts2006National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$125,000For NLIHC's Hurricane Response Project2006National
National Low Income Housing Coalition$215,000For the National Housing Trust Fund Campaign2006National
Technical Assistance Collaborative$225,000For continued support of TAC's supportive housing advocacy and technical assistance in Louisiana2006National