Past Grants

2022

To support the 2022 printing of the NWCARES resource directory via Donor Advised Fund at Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation

St. Thomas Episcopal Church operates Comida de Vida/Food of Life Pantry, the pantry’s mission is to provide fresh, nutritious food weekly, including vegetables grown in the on-site “Giving Garden”. In 2022, over 14,000 were served by Comida de Vida.

Sun River Health ( formerly known as Hudson River Health Care)was one of twelve organizations that were granted a one-time inflation-based grant in 2022.

Funding for the Dover School-Based Preventive Dental program that continues to improve oral health outcomes and dental hygiene in school-aged children in the Dover Unin Free School.

Susan B. Anthony Project promotes safety, healing, and growth for all survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and advocates for the autonomy of women and the end of interpersonal violence.

Susan B. Anthony Project promotes safety, healing, and growth for all survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and advocates for the autonomy of women and the end of interpersonal violence.

The Housing Collective was one of twelve organizations that were granted a one-time inflation-based grant in 2022.  More information about these grants can be found

Funding to support Maxon Mills Restoration and Reimagination.  Investment in a new porch is vital to expanding Wassaic Project’s role as a safe inclusive community center and promoting community engagement in an area with a dearth of access to arts and culture.

Wassaic Project was one of twelve organizations that were granted a one-time inflation-based grant in 2022.

Women’s Support Services’ (WSS) mission is to create social change to end interpersonal, relationship violence by challenging attitudes and beliefs about power, control, and gender norms and by advocating for victims and survivors.

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