Past Grants

2022

Connecticut Oral Health Initiative (COHI) works to strengthen and safeguard access to quality, affordable, dental health services for all Connecticut residents.

CT Association of School Based Health Centers was one of twelve organizations that were granted a one-time inflation-based grant in 2022.

Grant funds will enable the David M. Hunt Library to hire a consultant to work with library staff and its Board of Directors to generate its next strategic plan.

Institute for Trustees 2022 funding supports education for nine FCH grantees' Executive Directors with Members of their Board of Director's attendance at a forum focusing on nonprofit leadership and governance.

The mission of Falls Village Community Development Corporation (FV CDC) is to improve the economic conditions and quality of life in Falls Village.  General operating support will enable FV CDC’s creation of internal systems to manage and implement the organization’s development plan.

To provide door-to-door transporation for non-emergency medical appointments for those in need (particularly for the elderly and the disabled) in order to increase access to health-related services as well as social and shopping opportunities for residents.  The funding is via our Donor-Advised... Learn More

Geer Village Senior Community was one of twelve organizations that were granted a one-time inflation-based grant in 2022.  More information about these grants can be found

Membership Support

The mission of Greenwoods Counseling Referrals is to ensure swift, affordable access to mental healthcare, regardless of ability to pay, for individuals and families living and working in Litchfield County.

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