Highville Charter, a 501(c) (3), is an enterprising and caring community charter school with a strong parent and community involvement. Our main goal is to prepare and instill a desire for all learners to confidently use technology, think globally, develop globally conscious citizenship, and utilize world languages and cultures as the basis for launching learners on their voyage as responsible navigators.
Help young students 3 times a week as a literacy tutor in a Hamden or East Haven elementary school or at a New Haven after-school program and
ü Help young children learn to read and write
ü Have fun & make new friends
ü Help your child/grandchild pay for college
ü Learn new things & share your experience
ü Make a real difference in the life of a child
Information & Orientation Session– Tuesday, September 20th, 9:30 AM
Project Youth Court, Inc. is a New Haven-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the state of Connecticut that currently manages the state’s first and only youth court. Youth Courts are like traditional courts in many ways, but they differ in two key aspects: they are staffed by high school volunteers and they follow the principles of balanced and restorative justice.
The Agency on Aging's RSVP Volunteer program offers a way to help someone with the management of their monthly bills. We are dedicated to helping seniors and Veterans remain as independent as possible and this support might be just what they need. Only a few hours of your time can help them become more organized and confident that they are paying their bills on time.
Everyone can sympathize with the overwhelming feeling you get when you are inundated with mail that you don't understand and/or know if it is legitimate or fraudulent.
There are many seniors and Veterans in our community who could benefit from a weekly visit or an hour or two just to sit and talk.
Could you offer that? Or even a ride to the grocery store and to the doctors?