The Ana Grace Project (AGP), established to promote love, community, and connection in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, has a new home at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) in New Britain.
A pilot partnership between the AGP and CCSU establishes a new base of operations for the Ana Grace Project, […]
The parents of Ana Marquez-Greene, one of the students whose life was tragically ended at Sandy Hook Elementary School nearly a year ago, have announced plans to convene “Love Wins,” a day-long conference for those concerned with mental health and community well-being to help build connections that prevent and cope with trauma.
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