The Partnership for Strong Communities (PSC) and a group of advocacy organizations, government agencies, and community providers are leading a campaign to end homelessness in the state. Guided by the vision that “No one should experience homelessness,” the Reaching Home Campaign and Opening Doors—Connecticut (the “Campaign”) emphasizes housing as an essential platform for human and community development. To support the Campaign’s work as it moves past planning and towards implementation and sustainability, the Melville Charitable Trust approached The Building Movement Project (BMP) to conduct a mid-point learning assessment.
Housing & Shelter
HARTFORD, CT -- Nearly $1 million in federal support for food, emergency shelters, and homeless prevention services has been awarded to 25 non-profits and municipalities in Hartford County, according to United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut.
HARTFORD, CT -- Partnership for Strong Communities in Hartford recently received a $20,000 grant from Fairfield County's Community Foundation to support the operations of the Reaching Home Campaign.
HARTFORD, CT -- More than 1,400 Greater Hartford individuals and families who are facing homelessness will receive much needed help thanks to the work of five area nonprofit agencies and funding of more than $928,000 from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
NAUGATUCK, CT -- Liberty Bank Foundation, Ion Bank Foundation, People’s United Bank and Connecticut Community Foundation awarded the YMCA grants totaling $45,000 to repair its roof. These funds are part of a match to the state Department of Economic and Community Development's $50,000 historic preservation grant.
HARTFORD, CT -- Journey Home and the Hartford Public Library have been named as the 2019 Bank of America Neighborhood Builders® awardees for Hartford, Connecticut.