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The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy’s annual conference is the biggest opportunity for our diverse philanthropic network to connect. We’re bringing together peers from across the state for this year’s in-person conference at the Bushnell. Join your colleagues as we celebrate community, examine the shifts in the sector over the last two years, and focus on moving our work forward.
The conference is open to staff and trustees of grantmaking organizations, nonprofit organizations, government, and community leaders.
September 15, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Bushnell Performing Arts Center
In a special keynote, author and expert interviewer Anna Sale will outline the crucial role of connections and the need for authentic conversations in creating community. Then she’ll conduct an engaging live interview with philanthropic leaders, helping funders learn from each other and unpack key themes around power, relationships, identity, and resources. We’ll examine our roles in creating a just, thriving, equitable state, as well as a just, thriving, equitable philanthropic sector.
After our keynote, we’ll create space to be together as a community. With food, fun, and opportunities to renew connections and ourselves, we'll explore the important ways we can support each other in the philanthropic sector.
Join us to reflect, reconnect, and recommit to our work TOGETHER.