Join co-hosts the CT Council for Philanthropy and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving for a special program including exclusive analysis of Connecticut’s use of funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), and a look at opportunities for philanthropy to make greater impact.
Earlier this year, the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving commissioned a report from The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI, in partnership with Intersect Public Solutions, IPS) to provide research and analysis of the state of Connecticut’s use and investment of ARPA funds and how other funders are responding to ARPA in their regions. Like many in the philanthropic sector, the Foundation knew it was important to understand more deeply how the state and municipalities are investing ARPA resources, how the state’s use of funds aligned with the Foundation’s giving, and where there are gaps and important opportunities for philanthropy.
In this special funder briefing, consultants from TPI and IPS will share their report’s findings and analysis and provide crucial insight into the state’s plan for ARPA funds. We’ll also discuss potential implications for philanthropy, how other funders are responding to ARPA, and explore next steps.
Who this is for: Staff and trustees of grantmaking institutions interested in understanding the state’s plans for ARPA funds.
This will be a 90-minute program featuring a briefing and presentation by The Philanthropic Initiative and Intersect Public Solutions, followed by Q&A and group discussions.
- Lisa Payne Simon, Partner, TPI
- Liz Donohue, IPS
- Leslie Pine, Managing Partner, TPI
- Brian Durand, President, IPS
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT IS FOR CCP MEMBERS ONLY. Nonmembers will not be allowed to attend.
Members: To register yourself and/or a colleague at your organization, please click the "Register Now" link above (no fee)
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