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 September 2017.
See the full schedule for "A Closer Look" by monthly theme here.
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Social Justice Organizations
From advocating for policy changes, to representing disadvantaged individuals, to marshalling collective action on issues, many Greater New Haven organizations work to advance the ideals of social justice. Read more in this month's featured Info Brief, Seeking Justice through Advocacy and Community Organizing.
Center for Children's Advocacy
Children's Law Center of Connecticut
Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut
Connecticut Veterans Legal Center
Connecticut Voices for Children
Connecticut Women's Consortium
Connecticut Women's Education and Legal Fund
Starfishgirl Anti-Stalking Campaign
Victim Rights Center of Connecticut
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
Pets offer many health and social benefits. Throughout Greater New Haven, shelters, animal agencies, and advocates are working hard to humanely care for domestic animals and find them a new home. Read more in this month's featured Info Brief, Protecting Our Pets: A Mutually Beneficial Arrangement.