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Homelessness Fund Completes Second Year, Receives Support From New Local Collaborative

As it nears its second year of operation, the New London County Fund to End Homelessness has provided rapid rehousing and shelter diversion services for a total of 204 households in the county—including 140 families with 286 children.  This news was reported on May 22 at a legislative briefing and press conference held at United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, the fund’s fiscal agent.  At the event, a collaborative grant of $33,500 was presented to the Fund from the Southeastern Connecticut Funders Collaborative, an alliance of eight corporate and philanthropic funders in the region.


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