Founded in 1923, the Connecticut Community Foundation is the state's first community foundation. Started by seven local civic and business leaders as the Waterbury Foundation, its original mission was to "improve the social and living conditions in Waterbury and vicinity." The Foundation's service area has expanded over the years and today reaches north to Goshen, south to Oxford, east to Cheshire and west to New Milford.
TORRINGTON --- The Torrington Historical Society is the recent recipient of a $3,250 grant from the Ruth and Robert Cron Endowment Fund, a fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation. This...more
Katherine Marchand-Beyer of LARC and Emil Renzullo of the Miles for Moe Fund accept a $15,000 donation from the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation. Katherine Marchand-Beyer of LARC and Emil...more
WATERBURY — In what has become an annual giving tradition, the Connecticut Community Foundation will host Give Local Greater Waterbury and Litchfield Hills, a 36-hour online giving event that will...more
Torrington's Jacque Williams to present special Easter Sunday concert; NOrthwest Connecticut Arts Council grant information sessions rescheduled ... Williams, who is also an Arts &amp; Culture...more
Funding is provided by the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation. Connecticut History Day is an affiliate program of National History Day® (NHD). The Connecticut Public Affairs Network (CPAN)...more
Southside Café's George Mazzaferro Memorial Fund, a fund of The Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, has awarded the Northwestern Connecticut YMCA and YMCA Camp Mohawk $1,560 in support of...more