Collab New Haven is non-profit helping turn community ideas into a reality

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — People who have ideas need a boost. Thankfully, there is such a place in the Elm City that is doing just that called Collab.

It’s an organization known for empowering individuals and families for those trying to go off on their own and build something and in turn shape communities. Their specialty, women and people of color who often come up against barriers.

Joining News 8 are Caroline Smith and Margaret Lee, the Co-Directors of Collab New Haven.

You can learn more about the non-profit organization here.

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