The Community Foundation provides donors with an easy and convenient way to give back to our community with joy and impact.
The foundation make grants to nonprofit organizations in support their efforts to strengthen the community. The Community Foundation also initiates programs when it appears that leadership is required to focus attention on important community issues.
The Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut also partners with local corporations, foundations and governmental entities to address specific needs in a spirit of collaboration and efficiency.
Other funders to date include Liberty Bank Foundation, the James H. Napier Foundation, Dime Bank, and the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut. “Several other(s) are currently considering...more
Wraight was one of six panelists at a forum the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut held at the Norwich Inn on Thursday, International Women's Day. Paul Choiniere, editorial page editor at...more
The participating community foundations represent regions throughout the state including the Main Street Community Foundation (Bristol, Southington and surrounding towns), the Hartford Foundation for...more
This year, the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut commissioned DataHaven to conduct a study on the status of women and girls in eastern Connecticut to better understand the issues impacting...more
The Dr. Grace Sawyer Jones Debate for Area High Schools is free and open to the public and is being made possible through the following sponsors: Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, Chelsea...more
NEW LONDON, CT -- On March 8, International Women's Day, advocates around the globe celebrate the achievements of women and call for advancing gender equality. Locally, the Community Foundation of...more
The Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut will hold a women's forum with a panel discussion from 3 to 5 p.m. March 8 at The Spa at Norwich Inn, 607 W. Thames St., Norwich. The forum will hope...more
Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut President and CEO Maryam Elahi and Northeast Connecticut Women and Girls Fund Tri-Chair Laura Moorehead spoke at the report's launch. (Contributed Photo)....more