Improving the lives of children
and families of greater Hartford...

by investing in their academic and social success.

Who We Are

The Fund for Greater Hartford, a private, independent foundation, believes in the power of stakeholders working together to ensure children in our region are academically and socially proficient. The Fund provides thought leadership and financial support to nonprofit organizations and collaborations that apply best practices to their work and demonstrate measurable outcomes.

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Grant Guidelines

The Fund provides thought leadership and financial support to nonprofit organizations and collaborations that apply best practices to their work and demonstrate measurable outcomes.

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Important Dates

We have provided a listing of the important dates for our two grant opportunities: The Trauma-Informed Practice Fund and the Letter of Intent process. Click on the button below to learn more.

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Key Partnerships

The Fund for Greater Hartford, a private, independent foundation, believes in the power of stakeholders working together to ensure children in our region are academically and socially proficient.

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The Fund for Greater Hartford believes that every child deserves a strong foundation in which to grow and develop.

Latest News and Updates

March 8, 2018 in News

New Report by the Collective Impact Forum Published

The report below, “When Collective Impact has an Impact”, was commissioned by the Collective Impact Forum to provide a balanced, independent assessment of whether and how collective impact is contributing…

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January 17, 2018 in News

CT Early Childhood Funder Collaborative

The Connecticut Early Childhood Funder Collaborative co-sponsored two events in December and January as part of their effort in advancing knowledge development on early childhood issues. On December 13, the ECFC CT…

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August 29, 2017 in News

To Be a Trauma-informed City Takes a Cultural Shift and Partnership

When a kid acts out in New Britain, the first question teachers, administrators and mental health professionals are asking is no longer, “What’s wrong with you?” but, “What happened to…

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