Stories of Grant Impact

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The Valley Community Foundation Awards Grant Funds to Support Local Programs

Jun 12, 2019
VCF announces more than $17,000 in community grants to eight local community grants. Read More »

Community Investment: 2018 Grant Impact

Jun 05, 2019
2018 Responsive Grant recipients are announced. Read More »

Laying the Foundation for Community Impact

Oct 25, 2017
Griffin Hospital and VCF looks back over the last year at the impact of the 2016 Valley Community Index. Read More »

Ansonia Public Library's Mosaic Makeover

Jun 04, 2016
Restoration to the mosaic tile floor preserves a beautiful piece of history Read More »

Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven Recieves 2014 Responsive Grant

Jan 01, 2016
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven receives a grant from the VCF and TCF to provide b asic literacy and English courses for non-English speakers. Read More »

Boy Scouts Housatonic Council & Troop 3 Derby

Sep 16, 2015
supported by VCF in their efforts to groom young men in the Lower Naugatuck Valley to be civic-minded leaders tomorrow Read More »

Youth 2 Youth Peer Advocates Attend National Conference

Sep 01, 2015
VCF helps send Youth 2 Youth Peer Advocates from Shelton attended the National Youth 2 Youth Drug Free Conference. Read More »

Valley Youth Head to State Programs

Sep 01, 2015
The VCF awards sponsorship grants to different American Legion posts across the Valley to send students to state leadership programs. Read More »

2015 VCF Community Grants Awarded

Jun 01, 2015
More than thirty-thousand dollars were invested in 15 community groups serving the Valley through the Community Grants program Read More »

VCF Community Grants Awarded to Support Valley Programs

May 01, 2015
The VCF allocates thousands of dollars to various organizations in the Valley. Read More »


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