A Closer Look: October 2016

During the month of October, our focus is on civic vitality organizations that advocate for social justice and provide services for domestic animals. These nonprofits (below) are highlighted as part of the "Closer Look" series, which runs through November 2017.

See the full schedule for "A Closer Look" by monthly theme here.

Learn more about the other nonprofits on giveGreater.org that promote civic vitality in our region. 

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Organizations identified under promoting Civic Vitality: 

Beulah Heights First Pentecostal Church (Social Integration Program)

Center for Children's Advocacy

Children's Law Center of Connecticut

Community Mediation

Congregation B'nai Jacob

Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut

Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance

Connecticut Veterans Legal Center

Connecticut Voices for Children

Connecticut Women's Consortium

Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund

EMERGE Connecticut


Starfishgirl Anti-Stalking Campaign

True Colors 

Victim Rights Center of Connecticut 

Women of Power Network 

IRIS-Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services

AIDS Project New Haven

American Foundation for the Blind

Women and Family Life Center

Covenant to Care for Children

JUNTA for Progressive Action

Urban League Of Southern Connecticut

Animal Haven 

Greater New Haven Cat Project

Friends of the New Haven Animal Shelter

Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind

Friends of Animals

Sunshine Golden Retriever Rescue Corp.

American Anti-Vivisection Society

America's VetDogs - The Veteran's K-9 Corps