• [Excerpt from Danbury News Times article by Zach Murdock] A slew of local governments and organizations across Fairfield County are participating in this year’s Community Wellbeing Survey by nonprofit DataHaven.… Read More

  • North Hartford Wellville: 2017 Year in Review

    Wellville News    March 9, 2018

    The North Hartford Triple Aim Collaborative, the newest Wellville (as of October 2016), spent 2017 focused on establishing a strong, inclusive collaborative and investing in community-based efforts to address the social determinants of health.… Read More

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  • [Excerpt from The Day (New London)] New London — A recently released report commissioned by the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut details inequities faced by women in New London and Windham counties in the realms of economic security, education, health and well-being, and leadership.… Read More

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  • Branford Community Report Released

    The Sound    December 5, 2017

    Branford Report Released: 2017 Study Conducted by Branford Community Foundation By Press Release, Branford Community Foundation Published December 04, 2017. Last updated 02:33 p.m., December 04, 2017… Read More

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  • [Excerpt from article by Esteban L Hernandez.]  NEW HAVEN — A recent report on the state of hunger in the city is providing the groundwork for how various local agencies and institutions can address food insecurity, which is disproportionally affecting minority residents. “The State of Hunger in New Haven,” a report published jointly by the Community Alliance for Research and Engagement and the New Haven Food Policy Council outlines numerous food insecurity concerns for residents across the state’s second-largest city… Read More

  • New Haven to Hartford train fare lowered

    Yale Daily News    October 31, 2017

    [Excerpt from Yale Daily News article] “When the CTrail Hartford Line launches, it will be a game-changer for the state,” Gov. Dannel Malloy said in an Oct. 23 statement. “It will position Connecticut as a more attractive place for new business investment, provide transit options for our current residents and will attract new residents who don’t want to be automobile dependent.”… Read More

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