• Domus receives $5.8M State bonding grant for capital improvements!

    IMG_4172We are thrilled to announce that, thanks to State Senator Carlo Leone and Governor Dan Malloy, Domus was just awarded $5.825 million for improvements and upgrades at our 83 Lockwood Avenue site in Stamford! The nearly $6M will pay for significant energy efficiency, security, and safety upgrades in classrooms, the gym, kitchen, auditorium, bathrooms, and more. The building was first constructed in 1961, and the last addition was put on decades ago, so the upgrades are sorely needed. We're so excited to continue making this building a hub for the East Side and a place where youth feel safe and loved. Now we just need the money to pay for all the programs we're dreaming of! MANY THANKS to Senator Leone and Governor Malloy!
  • Summer intern applications now open!

    interns Day 2Know a smart, nice college student? Spread the word to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors about our third annual unpaid summer internship program. This competitive program helps young adults learn about nonprofits and social justice issues as they work hand in hand with talented staff members. A 2015 intern said: "Our team project was challenging and rewarding. I improved skills in customer service and organizing." Read more and find application materials here.

  • Domus spring gala: Hot Night in Havana!

    Domus 2016 gala LogoWe're so excited for our spring gala! Join us at Woodway Beach Club on May 21st for a waterfront soirée: firepits, salsa dancing, warm sand between your toes, rum, cigars...you won't want to miss it! Watch our main gala page for details on sponsorships and tickets.  

Our Results

graduation croppedUnderstanding what works and what needs to be changed enables us to be better teachers, family advocates, and outreach workers. Across the organization, we’re committed to measuring change, setting goals, and telling our stories in ways which show you what results we’ve accomplished with your investments.
  • In 2013, 100% of Stamford Academy graduates were accepted into post-secondary institutions, up from 93% in 2012 and 50% in 2010.
  • The number of Trailblazers Academy 8th graders proficient in science on the CMT increased by 57%, while the number of 7th graders proficient in reading increased by 80%.
  • Our Trafigura Work & Learn youth employment program sold their greenhouse produce at local farmers markets and to restaurants such as The Whelk, Le Farm, and Columbus Park Trattoria.