Stories of Grant Impact
The following stories illustrate how the actions of a few, philanthropically-minded individuals have transformed the lives of many in our community.
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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, VCF has changed the priorities of our Needs and Opportunities grant process and will give priority to requests that are directly related to program and/or staffing modifications that have been made in response to the crisis.
Nonprofits report outcomes after receiving a grant from VCF.
VCF announces more than $17,000 in community grants to eight local community grants.
Griffin Hospital and VCF looks back over the last year at the impact of the 2016 Valley Community Index.
Restoration to the mosaic tile floor preserves a beautiful piece of history
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven receives a grant from the VCF and TCF to provide basic literacy and English courses for non-English speakers.
supported by VCF in their efforts to groom young men in the Lower Naugatuck Valley to be civic-minded leaders tomorrow
The VCF awards sponsorship grants to different American Legion posts across the Valley to send students to state leadership programs.
VCF helps send Youth 2 Youth Peer Advocates from Shelton attended the National Youth 2 Youth Drug Free Conference.