Grants to Apply For - Strengthening Nonprofits - The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

Grant Programs

Application deadlines and specific requirements for each competitive grant program are listed below and are subject to change. Required forms for each program are posted when the application process opens.

Mimimum Eligibility Requirements

Please reivew our general eligibility criteria before applying.

Valley-Serving Organizations

Does your organization serve the Lower Naugatuck Valley region of Ansonia, Derby, Shelton, Seymour and Oxford? Apply through the Valley Community Foundation.

Program Name Eligibility Criteria Grant Amount Application Available Application Deadline
Event Sponsorship awarded only for events held by 501(c)(3) organizations Up to $2,500 Year-round Open for 2018
Community Fund for Women & Girls awarded to support gender-specific programming or advocacy and direct service organizations that promote social and economic advancement of women and girls broadly Varies December Closed 
Year-Round Small Grants any organization with an operating budget of $2 million or less; time sensitive Up to $7,500 Year-round Open for 2018
Neighborhood Leadership Program for residents of New Haven (or contiguous towns) who have demonstrated commitment to making a positive difference through resident engagement  Up to $3,000 December Closed
Nonprofit Animal Shelter Grants for any nonprofit animal shelter serving the Greater New Haven area Up to $7,500 Year-round Open for 2018
Quinnipiac River Fund awarded only for projects designed to protect and conserve the Quinnipiac River Varies; project specific December Closed for 2018 
Responsive generally awarded to address a nonprofit organization's operating, programmatic or capacity building needs $7,500 or greater; varies; project specific 2019 Closed for 2018
Scholarship awarded to individual for their academic pursuits Varies Varies Varies
Strategy Grants:        
  Immigrant Integration: awarded for programs and services that remove barriers to full social, economic, and civic participation of immigrants; through direct service, advocacy, collaborative efforts, capacity building, public education and leadership development  Varies Available Now June 18, 2018
  Incarceration & Reentry:
A funding opportunity is available awarded for programs and services that remove barriers to full social, economic, and civic participation for formerly incarcerated individuals and children impacted by incarceration; through direct service, advocacy, collaborative efforts, capacity building, public education and leadership development.
Varies Available Now June 4, 2018

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven actively seeks to promote equity among all peoples and groups and end discrimination based on any factors by which people are unfairly excluded. Below is The Community Foundation's policy on Anti-Discrimination for competitive grant applicants:

Anti-Discrimination Policy [Doc, 702KB]

How can we help?

Sarah J. H. Fabish

Vice President for Grantmaking & Scholarships 203-777-7075 Email Sarah

How can we help?

Denise Canning

Grants Manager 203-777-7076 DCanning@cfgnh.org

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