The Avangrid Foundation 2019 Community Youth Grants
The New Haven Pride Center
We invite your to meet AVANGRID employee Tomy Ortiz, Lead Special Billing Analyst, who nominated the New Haven Pride Center and Patrick Dunn, their first-ever Executive Director. The Pride Center is working across the LGBTQI+ community to address issues from mental health, education, and arts and culture to combating youth homelessness.
The Avangrid Foundation is dedicated to support of related U.N. Sustainable Development Goals including establishing public-private partnerships, encouraging sustainable communities, and promoting good health and well-being.
Pine Tree Camp in Maine
Andrew Haughey, Central Maine Power’s Lead Waste Material Handler, first came from the U.K to Maine to work at the Pine Tree Camp in 1990. There he made lifelong friendships (including meeting his wife!) and has continued to make support for Pine Tree Camp a family affair ever since.
Pine Tree Camp, a branch of the Pine Tree Society, first opened its gates in 1945 in Rome, Maine as a therapy-oriented summer camp for children with physical disabilities. Known for continuously innovating to meet the needs of people with a wide range of disabilities, today Pine Tree Camp has evolved into a place where children and adults are able to participate in all the recreational activities for which Maine is known – camping, hiking, swimming and more - all year round in a barrier-free setting focused on community-building and making the otherwise impossible possible.
The Avangrid Foundation is dedicated to support of related U.N. Sustainable Development Goals including promoting the alleviation of poverty, good health and well-being, quality education, reducing inequalities, and establishing public-private partnerships.