Category Archives: Grants

Laurel House Receives Grant from Stamford Rotary Trust Fund

Stamford Advocate  September 5, 2018 By Erin Kayata  STAMFORD — Laurel House, a Stamford-based nonprofit providing resources for people living with mental illness, was recently awarded a $10,000 grant by the Stamford Rotary Trust fund.The grant will be used to help fund, a privately funded free online service meant to help families and individuals affected […]

Laurel House Awarded Grant from Community Fund of Darien

By Darien News July 21, 2017    The Community Fund of Darien recently awarded several grants, among them awards to Laurel House and Person-to-Person. At the 2017 Grant Awards Open House at the Darien Community Association July 12, Laurel House was awarded $20,000. The grant will help fund the salary for a part-time youth resource specialist for the Resources to Recover program, […]

Laurel House Gets Grant

Published on Friday, June 2 by New Canaan News On May 23, Laurel House Inc. was awarded a grant of $11,000 by the New Canaan Community Foundation at the foundation’s annual awards breakfast at Norwalk Community College’s PepsiCo Theater. The grant will go toward the Stamford-based Laurel House’s Thinking Well, a privately funded program that […]

Laurel House Awarded Grant from First County Bank Foundation

Published on Thursday, 29 June 2017 Stamford North’s Hamlet Hub Camilo Duque, Jr., Assistant Vice President-Branch Manager (pictured right) and Michael Yao, Vice President-Senior Commercial Banking Officer (pictured left) presented Linda Autore, President and CEO of Laurel House, Inc. and Gregg Pauletti, Thinking Well and Supported Education Manager, with a $7,500 grant from the First […]

Fairfield County Community Foundation Awards $20,000 to Laurel House, Inc.

Fairfield County Community Foundation awards $20,000 to Laurel House, Inc. Supported Employment program helps people coping with mental illness to secure and retain competitive jobs. Years ago, Bob worked in the financial world in NYC. Because of the stress from his mental illness, he saw himself as a person who would never be able work again. […]