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December 21, 2023

KeyBank donates $345,000 to CT, Mass. nonprofits

Contributed KeyBank in downtown Hartford.

KeyBank is giving $345,000 to 25 nonprofit organizations in Connecticut and Massachusetts, the company announced this week.

The new round of donations, made through the bank’s charitable group KeyBank Foundation, range from between $7,500 and $39,000 each and focus on organizations addressing homelessness, education, job creation and workforce development.

The 18 Connecticut nonprofits that received grants are:

  • The New Haven Community Reads Community Book Bank Inc. to support its summer internship program.
  • CT Science Center to support the museum's education enrichment offerings to underserved teens  
  • ECSU Foundation Inc. to support the Summer Transition to Eastern Program
  • Hartford Promise for its integrated college success model
  • The WorkPlace in Bridgeport for its mobile education bus
  • Youth Entrepreneurs in Hamden to support its Genius Generation program for greater New Haven middle school students
  • Connecticut Center for Arts & Technology in New Haven for its Innovative Workforce Development program
  • New Haven Promise for its Back New Haven job placement and career development program
  • New Opportunities Inc. in Waterbury to acquire upgraded technology for CARES mobile job portal
  • Urban League of Greater Hartford to support Project Ready college access program
  • Clifford Beers Guidance Center Inc. for its lifeguard program
  • New Reach, New Haven for its emergency shelter plan for women and children
  • International Hartford to support programs for immigrants, refugees, and other minority groups
  • Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven Inc. for its I Heart My Home financial literacy and homeownership counseling program
  • NeighborWorks New Horizons/Mutual Housing of Southern CT supporting its new affordable housing rehab projects in Newhallville and the Hill neighborhoods.
  • Holy Family Home and Shelter in Willimantic for financial literacy and self-sufficiency resources for the homeless
  • The state Community Economic Development Fund to support small business development
  • Habitat for Humanity of Greater Hartford supporting its affordable housing projects for Hartford families

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