Valley Community Foundation Awards Nearly $890,000 in Single- and Multi-Year Grants »

07.28.2020

VCF awards $884,900 to 10 Valley organizations through its Responsive Grants process.

The Partnership Loan Program for Minority- and Women-Owned Businesses in New Haven and the Lower Naugatuck Valley »

07.08.2020

A new public-private partnership is offering low-interest and partially forgivable loans to local minority-owned and women-owned small businesses.

Regional Organizations Awarded more than $15,000 in Third Round of Grants from Valley Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund »

05.26.2020

A third round of grants distributed from the Valley Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund.

Regional Organizations Awarded more than $50,000 in Second Round of Grants from Valley Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund »

05.01.2020

The second round of funding from the Valley Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund to go to 12 organizations.

The Valley Community Foundation Awards Community Grants to Support Local Programs »

04.24.2020

The Valley Community Foundation announces 2020 Community Grants to 10 local programs.

Regional Organizations Awarded more than $75,000 in First Round of Grants from Valley Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund »

04.20.2020

The Valley Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations throughout the Valley that serve the Valley region, especially to those who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of the outbreak.

Valley Community Partners Launch Valley Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund »

03.20.2020

Announcing the Valley Community COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund

Valley Community Foundation Welcomes Diane Stroman and Nancy Valentine to Board of Directors, Announces New Officers »

01.30.2020

The Valley Community Foundation's (VCF) Board of Directors is pleased to welcome Diane Stroman and Nancy Valentine. Diane and Nancy, both longtime Ansonia residents, further bolster the diversity and representation on the Board of the Valley's five towns.

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