GRANT STORIES

Grant for Literary Magazine for Jewish High School of CT
Students at the Jewish High School of Connecticut Hit Their Stride with Women of Vision Society Grant The impact of Women of Vision grants is tremendous. Eva Gerber, a student at the Jewish High School of Connecticut, will tell you herself. She is bright, motivated, and talented. She&r..read more

Grant for New American Acculturation Program
Plutarch once said, “The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled”. What kind of guidance and support can we offer for women who spent their childhood in a society where religion was prohibited? The Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven’s New American Accult..read more

Grant to Camp Laurelwood for philanthropy project
Members of the Women of Vision Society are making their positive mark on the community and most importantly also helping the next generation of women do so as well. This year, Women of Vision Society awarded a grant to Camp Laurelwood’s Bonim Campers to help them learn about philanthropy a..read more

Jewish Family Service of New Haven Women’s Center
The Women of Vision Society of the Jewish Foundation of Greater New Haven was founded in 1996 to enhance the quality of life for future generations of Jewish women and their families. Their reach extends from greater New Haven to Israel and around the world. It is especially noteworthy therefore..read more

Towers Women of Vision Grant
As a volunteer at Tower One/Tower East in New Haven for the past four years, Isabel Bailin, a junior at Hopkins School, created a project unlike any other-- The LifeBoard Project was formed to create personalized visual displays for Towers’ residents capturing: Life milestones Va..read more