News – Impact on the Community

BCF Supports Branford Food Pantry

The Branford Food Pantry, formally known as the Branford Food Council, was established in the mid-1970s by the churches of Branford to assist families in need by providing supplemental groceries on a weekly basis. Since its inception, the organization has moved from the Baptist Church to Indian Neck School to its present location within the…

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BCF Grant Makes “The Children’s Resource Guide” Possible

With its focus on children age birth through 8, the Branford Early Childhood Collaborative works to ensure that young children are supported in the areas of education, health, and safety. Advocating for young children, the BECC partners with other organizations to provide support to projects and programming that address key issues regarding Branford’s youngest citizens….

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BCF Helps Branford Counseling Center Meet Community Needs

The Branford Counseling Center (BCC) is a Municipal Mental Health Agency that provides a wide range of counseling and mental health services to the community with a strong emphasis on prevention work. The mission of the Center is to maximize treatment through collaboration with other local agencies, schools, hospitals, private practitioners, BHcare Inc., and various…

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Work Begins on the Legacy Theatre

Work begins on the roof of the Legacy Theater in Stony Creek, thanks in part to a a $10,000 investment from BCF. The Legacy Theatre will be housed in the Stony Creek Puppet House, and plans to host two productions each spring and fall as well as other shows and classes throughout the year. BCF’s…

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