FARMINGTON, CT -- A new report released by the Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) examines how Connecticut and communities in four other states are using MLDA to efficiently assess and address the needs of these children. Support for this work was provided in part by the LEGO Children's Fund, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and The Children's Fund of Connecticut.
DANBURY, CT -- Danbury’s Promise for Children Partnership in conjunction with the United Way of Western Connecticut (UWWC) is proud to announce a Community Report Out event on January 23, 2018, at 8:00 am in the Community Room of the Danbury Police Headquarters.
HARTFORD, CT -- Connecticut by the Numbers highlights information in CT Voices publication, The Changing State of Early Childhood 2016-2017. The publication was supported by the Connecticut Early Childhood Funder Collaborative, a program of Connecticut Council for Philanthropy.
HARTFORD, CT -- Early Childhood Obesity is the focus of three Connecticut-based foundations as they combine forces to award $194,884 in grants for obesity prevention projects in Connecticut. The grants are funded with contributions from the Children’s Fund of Connecticut (CFC), the Connecticut Health Foundation, and Newman’s Own Foundation and will be administered by CFC’s non-profit subsidiary, the Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI).
WESTON, CT -- Stephanie Miller, executive director for Trust for Learning, has blogged for Momsrising.org on the Trust's new research that answers the question as to what parents really want from the early childhood education programs they seek for their children.
BRANFORD, CT -- At 16 years old, Branford Early Childhood Collaborative (BECC), once a grassroots group, is evolving to meet its continuing mission. Now in the process of becoming a 501 (c)3 non-profit, BECC also has a newly established, 15-person Board of Directors chaired by Dr. Bruce Storm Ed.D. The new direction grew out of a change in funding support. For many years, BECC was largely funded with support from the Graustein Memorial Fund and operated under the umbrella of United Way of Greater New Haven.