HISTORICAL LISTING

OF $412.5 million in GRANTS SECURED

Grants
Client
Date
Source
Awarded
With Renew.
Institute for Educational Innovation
Cold Spring School
1991
Hamm. School
630,000
630,000
Ladder UP
HANH
1991
HHS/HUD
See Note 1
null
Operating Support Grant
NH Partnership for Comm. Devel.
1991
CFGNH
30,000
30,000
Opportunity Through Jobs
Dixwell Community Head Start
1991
HHS
300,000
300,000
Valentine Center
Dixwell Neighborhood Corp. (DNC)
1991
CT DHR
1,500,000
1,500,000
Valentine Center Head Start
DNC
1991
HHS
See Note 1
null
Valentine Center Health Clinic
DNC
1991
CT DHR
500,000
500,000
Valley Townhouses Tech. Assist
Housing Authority of New Haven
1991
HUD
40,000
40,000
1 State Street
Community Services Building, Inc.
1992
CT DHR
0
0
Fighting Back
City of New Haven
1992
Rbt W. Johnson
2,400,000
2,400,000
Neighborhood YouthBridge (3 yrs)
Southern CT State Univ
1992
US Dept of Ed
560,000
1,700,000
Operating Support Grant
NH Partnership for Comm Devel
1992
NH Foundation
30,000
30,000
Science Park Dev Crp /Child Care Ctr
Science Park Dev Corp
1992
CT DHR
500,000
500,000
Ansonia Drug Elimination Grant
Ansonia Housing Authority
1993
HUD
140,600
140,600
Crossroads CSAT Grant
Crossroads, Inc.
1993
HHS
904,981
904,981
HANH Elm Haven URD
HANH
1993
HUD
45,331,000
45,331,000
Ansonia Drug Elimination Grant
Ansonia Housing Authority
1994
HUD
125,000
125,000
HANH Drug Elimination
HANH
1994
HUD
889,000
889,000
LEAP Americorps
LEAP
1994
CNCS
1,300,000
1,300,000
LEAP CT CNCS
LEAP
1994
CNCS
65,000
65,000
Long River Village TOP
MHA
1994
HUD
100,000
100,000
Maplewood Terrace TOP
MHA
1994
HUD
0
0
Meriden Health Clinic
Community Health Center, Inc.
1994
CT DPHAS
0
0
Middletown Drug Elimination
Middletown Housing Authority (MHA)
1994
HUD
125,000
125,000
Middletown Family Invstmt Ctr
MHA
1994
HUD
0
0
Middletown Youth Sports
MHA
1994
HUD
0
0
New Haven School-to-Work Partnership
RWDB/PIC
1994
US DOL
454,000
1,054,000
NH Enterprise Comm. Strategic Plan
City of New Haven
1994
HUD
3,000,000
3,000,000
NHPS Safe Schools Grant
New Haven Board of Ed
1994
US Dept of Ed
See Note 2
null
One-Stop Career Center System
CT Dept of Labor
1994
US DOL
3,000,000
9,000,000
One-Stop Career Center/LMI Project
CT Dept of Labor
1994
US DOL
1,100,000
1,100,000
SCSU ECE & VC Grant
Southern Ct State Univ
1994
US Dept of Ed
829,000
829,000 #
Traverse Square TOP
MHA
1994
HUD
100,000
100,000
VOICES TOP
HANH
1994
HUD
100,000
100,000
West Haven Drug Elimination Grant
West Haven Housing Authority
1994
HUD
175,000
175,000
Youth Build
City of New Haven
1994
HUD
91,000
91,000
Youth Fair Chance
RWDB/PIC
1994
US DOL
3,308,000
4,308,000
Ansonia Drug Elimination Grant
Ansonia Housing Auth
1995
HUD
125,000
125,000
HANH Drug Elimination
HANH
1995
HUD
960,000
960,000
LEAP Americorps Year 2
LEAP
1995
CNCS
1,300,000
1,300,000
Middletown Drug Elimination
Middletown Housing Authority (MHA)
1995
HUD
140,000
140,000
Middletown Youth Sports
MHA
1995
HUD
125,000
125,000
West Haven Drug Elimination Grant
West Haven Housing Authority
1995
HUD
250,000
250,000
Youth Build / Implementation
RWDB/PIC
1995
HUD
871,000
871,000
Ansonia Drug Elimination Grant
Ansonia Housing Auth
1996
HUD
130,000
130,000
Ansonia Drug Elimination Grant
Ansonia Housing Auth
1996
HUD
130,000
130,000
HANH Drug Elimination
HANH
1996
HUD
980,000
980,000
HANH Drug Elimination
HANH
1996
HUD
980,000
980,000
Homeless Resource Center Grant
New Haven Homeless Resource Ctr
1996
Melville Trust
38,000
63,000
HOPE VI McConnaughy Terrace
HANH
1996
HUD
1,380,000
1,380,000
International Festival of Arts and Ideas
IFAI
1996
OPM
1,000,000
1,000,000
LEAP Americorps Year 3
LEAP
1996
CNCS
1,250,000
1,250,000
Middletown Drug Elimination
Middletown Housing Authority (MHA)
1996
HUD
160,000
160,000
West Haven Drug Elimination Grant
West Haven Housing Authority
1996
HUD
250,000
250,000
Ansonia Drug Elimination Grant
Ansonia Housing Auth
1997
HUD
130,000
130,000
Drug Elimination
Hartford Housing Authority
1997
HUD
895,000
895,000
Fighting Back Renewal
City of New Haven
1997
Rbt Wood Johnson
2,400,000
2,400,000
HANH Drug Elimination
HANH
1997
HUD
980,000
980,000
Healthy Start
City of New Haven
1997
US HHS
4,500,000
4,500,000
International Festival of Arts and Ideas
IFAI
1997
OPM
1,000,000
1,000,000
LEAP Americorps Renewal
LEAP
1997
CNCS
1,250,000
1,250,000
Project Appoyo
Catholic Family Services
1997
CT OAS
380,000
1,140,000
Regional Growth Connection
Regonal Growth Partnership
1997
CT DSS
1,489,000
1,489,000
School Readiness and Child Day Care
City of New Haven
1997
CT OPM
2,600,000
7,800,000
Welfare to Work Programs
Career Team
1997
State, Regional
2,500,000
2,500,000
Youth Arts Programming
International Festival of Arts and Ideas
1997
CT OPM
305,000
740,000
Youth Center Grant
Centro San Jose
1997
CT OPM
120,000
360,000
21st Century Community Learning Centers
New Haven Board of Education
1998
US Dept of Ed
450,000
1,350,000
Ansonia Drug Elimination Grant
Ansonia Housing Auth
1998
HUD
130,000
130,000
Ansonia Economic Development and Social Services Grant
Ansonia Housing Auth
1998
HUD
67,000
67,000
Children's Safe House
The Children's Center
1998
CT DCF
890,000
890,000
CityKids in Action
CityKids Foundation
1998
Various
200,000
200,000
Dislocated Worker Retraining Program
SE/CT WIB
1998
US DOL
1,900,000
1,900,000
Empowerment Zone
City of New Haven
1998
HUD
100,000,000
100,000,000
Family Day Care Training Program
Casa Otonal
1998
RWDB
180,000
180,000
HANH Drug Elimination
HANH
1998
HUD
980,000
980,000
High Technology Dislocates Worker Traininf Program
Southeast CT Private Industry Concil
1998
USDOL
370,000
370,000
International Festival of Arts and Ideas
IFAI
1998
OPM
1,000,000
1,000,000
School Reform Program
Comer School Devel. Program
1998
US Dept of Educ.
3,500,000
3,500,000
Welfare to Work Programs
Career Team
1998
State, REgional
3,000,000
3,000,000
21st Century Community Learning Centers
New Haven Board of Education
1999
US Dept of Ed
500,000
1,500,000
Computer Training Program
SE/CT WIB
1999
USDOL
1,500,000
1,500,000
Ryan White Planning Council
City of New Haven
1999
US HRSA
6,200,000
6,200,000
Safe Schools/Healthy Students
New Haven Board of Education
1999
US Dept of Ed
2,800,000
8,400,000
Welfare to Work Programs
Career Team
1999
State, Regional
3,200,000
3,200,000
Youth Development Programs
CityKids Foundation
1999
Various
400,000
400,000
21st Century Community Learning Centers
New Haven Board of Education
2000
US Dept of Ed
1,125,000
3,375,000
Clinical Data Manager Training Program
SE/CT WIB
2000
USDOL
1,800,000
1,800,000
Family preservation / foster care
rKids
2000
CT DCF
450,000
450,000
New Haven Symphony Orchestra
NHSO
2000
NEA/Various
50,000
50,000
Ryan White Planning Council
City of New Haven
2000
US HRSA
6,500,000
6,500,000
School Reform Program
Comer School Devel. Program
2000
US Dept of Ed
1,500,000
1,500,000
Welfare to Work Programs
Career Team
2000
State, Regional
2,000,000
2,000,000
Welfare to Work Transportation
WorkForce Connection
2000
DOL/CTDOT
750,000
750,000
Welfare to Work Transportation
SE/CT WIB
2000
DOL/CTDOT
750,000
750,000
Youth Development Programs
CityKids Foundation
2000
Various
500,000
500,000
21st Century Community Learning Centers
New Haven Board of Education
2001
US Dept of Ed
0
0
Connecticut Center For School Change
CCSC
2001
Various
50,000
50,000
Early Learning Opportunities
New Haven School Readiness Council
2001
US Dpet of Educ.
540,000
540,000
Family preservation / foster care
rKids
2001
CT DCF
300,000
300,000
Greenspace
Urban Resources Initiative
2001
US Forest Service
45,000
45,000
Healthy Start
Community Fdn for Greater New Haven
2001
HRSA
4,500,000
4,500,000
Healthy Start II
CFGNH
2001
US HRSA
3,800,000
3,800,000
HUD Homeless SuperNOFA
Youth Continuum/CSAWC
2001
HUD
3,500,000
3,500,000
Open Spaces as Learning Places
Urban Resources Initiative
2001
Ardenghi Fdn
7,000
7,000
Open Spaces as Learning Places
Urban Resources Initiative
2001
Braitmayer Fdn
10,000
10,000
Open Spaces as Learning Places
Urban Resources Initiative
2001
Carolyn Fdn
20,000
20,000
Open Spaces as Learning Places
Urban Resources Initiative
2001
du Beaumont Fdn
20,000
20,000
People and Communities for Kids
Community Fdn for Greater New Haven
2001
Wallace- Reader's Digest
1,500,000
1,500,000
Ryan White Planning Council
City of New Haven
2001
USHRSA
6,800,000
6,800,000
School Reform Program
Comer School Devel. Program
2001
Various
2,000,000
2,000,000
Welfare to Work Programs
Career Team
2001
State, Regional
3,000,000
3,000,000
Welfare to Work Transportation
WorkForce Connection
2001
DOL/CTDOT
750,000
750,000
Welfare to Work Transportation
SE/CT WIB
2001
DOL/CTDOT
750,000
750,000
Youth Development Programs
CityKids Foundation
2001
Various
600,000
600,000
21st Century Community Learning Centers
New Haven Board of Education
2002
CT SDE
0
0
Connecticut Center For School Change
CCSC
2002
Various
100,000
100,000
Family preservation / foster care
rKids
2002
DCF
300,000
300,000
Quinnipiac Terrace HOPE VI
HANH
2002
HUD
20,000,000
20,000,000
Ryan White Planning Council
City of New Haven
2002
US HRSA
7,800,000
7,800,000
10 Year Celebrtn - HIV/AIDS Awareness Cmpn
Ryan White Planning Council
2003
CFGNH
2,500
2,500
10 Year Celebrtn - HIV/AIDS Awareness Cmpn
Ryan White Planning Council
2003
Gr. Bridgeport Area Fdn
500
500
10 Year Celebrtn - HIV/AIDS Awareness Cmpn
Ryan White Planning Council
2003
Bristol Myers
25,000
25,000
10 Year Celebrtn - HIV/AIDS Awareness Cmpn
Ryan White Planning Council
2003
City of New Haven/Title I Office
5,000
5,000
10 Year Celebrtn - HIV/AIDS Awareness Cmpn
Ryan White Planning Council
2003
Stamford Hosp
3,500
3,500
10 Year Celebrtn - HIV/AIDS Awareness Cmpn
Ryan White Planning Council
2003
Yale NH Hosp
5,000
5,000
21st Century Community Learning Centers
New Haven Board of Education
2003
CT SDE
465,000
1,395,000
Groundwork Americorps
Groundwork
2003
CNCS
250,000
250,000
21st Century Community Learning Centers
New Haven Board of Education
2004
CT SDE
481,000
1,443,000
Healthy Start III
CFGNH
2004
US HRSA
1,900,000
1,900,000
Community Based Job Training Grant Award for Healthcare Partnership
Manchester Community College
2005
USDOL
$2,147,325
$2,147,325
High Growth Job Training Initiative Grants for the Long-Term Care Sector of the Health Care Industry
Capital Workforce Partners in Hartford, High Growth Job Training Initative
2006
USDOL
$506,836
$506,836
Community Based Job Training Grant Award for Healthcare Partnership
Allied Health Careers/Bridges to Health Careers (Connecticut Community College System)
2006
USDOL
$2,174,000
$2,174,000
Community Based Job Training Grant Award for Healthcare Partnership
SMART Initiative, Advanced Manufacturing / Connecticut Community College System
2007
USDOL
$2,191,400
$2,191,400
Business Development Grant
Greater New Haven Business and Professional Association
2007
CFGNH
$50,000
50,000
CETC Human Services Integration Grant
Workforce Alliance
2008
CETC
$199,558
199,558
STEM Opportunities in the Workforce Initative
EWIB
2008
USDOL
2,064,588
2,064,588
Healthy Start III
CFGNH
2009
US HRSA
4,500,000
4,500,000
Connecticut Workforce Investment Strategies for Healthcare
CT OWC
2009
USDOL
4,947,851
4,947,851
Elm City Early Head Start Collaborative
United Way of Greater New Haven
2009
US Dept of Ed
651,548
5284638 (See Note 4)
State Energy Sector Partnership and Training Grants
The CT Employment and Training Commission, CT Green Jobs Partnership
2009
State Energy Partnership Sector
3,360,000
3,360,000
RWJF Vulnerable Populations Portfolio
CHILD FIRST
2010
RWJF
4,195,000
4,195,000
CT WISH, Workforce Investment Strategies Healthcare Planning Grant
CT OWC
2010
CETC
150,000
150,000
CT Statewide Subsidized Employment Program
CT Workforce Development Council
2010
HWS TANF Emergency Fund
$12,494,000
$12,494,000
New Haven Employment for Educational Achievement Collaborative
Community Action Agency for Greater New Haven
2010
HWS TANF Emergency Fund
$384,457
$384,457
Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program Grant
City of New Haven
2014
U.S. Department of Justice
1,000,000
1,000,000
Ready To Work Grant
Workforce Alliance
2014
U.S. Department of Labor
5,489,999
5,489,999
Early Head Start Grant
United Way of Greater New Haven
2014
U.S. Dept of Health and Huamn Services
6,908,991 *
6,908,991 *
Project Safe Neighborhoods
US Attorney / Justice Education Center, Inc
2014
U.S. Department of Justice
350,000
350,000
Second Chance Act Adult Reentry Demonstration
City of New Haven
2015
U.S. Department of Justice
1,000,000
1,000,000
Sex Offender Services
The Connection
2015
CT Judicial Department
3,794,293
3,794,293
SSBG Case Management Services
CT Association for Community Action
2015
CT Department of Social Services
5,738,352
5,738,352
Second Chance Act, Strategic Planning-Juven. Community Supervision
University of New Haven ( on behalf of the CT Office of Policy and Management)
2015
U.S. Dept of Justice
191,000
191,000
American Job Center @ Whalley
Workforce Alliance
2015
U.S. Department of Justice
500,000
500,000
Project Safe Neighborhoods
US Attorney / Justice Education Center, Inc
2016
U.S. Department of Justice
300,000
300,000
Early Head Start Grant
LULAC
2018
U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
6,987,593 *
6,987,593 *
Apprenticeship Connecticut Initiative
Workforce Alliance
2019
CT DOL
3,450,000
3,450,000
Center for Prevention and Early Trauma Treatment for Young Children
Child First, Inc.
2020
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
3,000,000
3,000,000
Regional Hospitality Workforce Partnership
Workforce Alliance
2020
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
500,000
500,000

Note 1:  Program eliminated or grant withdrawn by client

Note 2: Scored 9th on raw score & 24th in standardized score out of over 250 applications; only 17 funded.                    
Note 3: Pending or in preparation                    
# awarded with 4 renewal years; grant program eliminated after first year     

Note 4: 10 year sum, discounted 4% per year