Community Match Fund Webinar with Sustainable CT

Thursday, March 10, 2022 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm EST
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Please join major funders of Sustainable CT’s Community Match Fund for a spotlight webinar.

Sustainable CT’s Community Match Fund was established based on the core belief that the people who live in a community know best what their community needs, and that those same people, the people who live in a place, need to be given the tools and the resources to take action themselves. Through a unique crowdsource platform and a flexible matching grant process, community visionaries all across the state launch civic-minded sustainability projects that meet local needs. Explore how the Community Match Fund is redefining trust-based philanthropy through a wide-ranging set of examples of successful sustainability projects.

Join us to explore how your foundation can take part in supporting this extraordinary example of community-led philanthropy.

About Sustainable CT:

Sustainable CT taps into the power of creating change, generating local actions that have a statewide impact, with the generous support from the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, Hampshire Foundation, Common Sense Fund, and numerous community foundations.

Sustainable CT fosters inclusive, resilient, and vibrant Connecticut municipalities that provide opportunities for all to thrive by: providing a menu of sustainability actions that build local economies, support equity, and respect the finite capacity of the environment; offering technical assistance and match-fund grants to help advance sustainability initiatives; and recognizing and certifying municipalities for their achievements.


This event is open to all CCP members and interested foundations, philanthropists, and philanthropy-serving organizations. To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please click the "Register Now" link above. 

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