Join your colleagues at this year's conference focused on "Celebrating Change: Bold Ideas to Advance Philanthropy." In this year’s virtual conference national and local leaders will celebrate the groundbreaking work, illuminate the best ideas for the path forward, and take a deep dive into how to make real change that sticks—providing inspiration and tools to move from ideas to action.
For CCP members who have responsibility for scholarship management and funding.
For member funder communications staff and those who have communications as part of their role
For development officers and those with development responsibilities at member organizations.
The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy invites its members who fund in health to this meeting of the Health Funders Affinity Group on September 29, 2021.
For CCP members who have responsibility for program implementation and grants management. The leadership team would like to invite members of the Program Officer’s Network back to a space to continue down this path of self-reflection designed to help Connecticut’s program officers build the muscles required to feel comfortable sitting in their own seat of personal power.
The CT Early Childhood Funder Collaborative invites our colleagues to a special learning opportunity on federal ECE funding.
For CCP members who are investing in workforce development programs and nonprofits.
A three-part virtual series on the values and practices of what it means to be a trust-based grantmaker. This session will spotlight three foundation’s stories of embracing these principles -- including the steps they have taken to embrace these practices, how they’re bringing the staff and board along, and what they are learning as a result.
Join the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy as we host a conversation about the significant expansions in the Child Tax Credit and the Earned Income Tax Credit from the recently passed American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). If we are successful in getting these credits into the hands of the lowest-income families, we can reduce child poverty by almost half.
For members of the Fairfield County Funders Group.
A three-part virtual series on the values and practices of what it means to be a trust-based grantmaker. In this deep dive session, we will explore the nuts and bolts of the first three trust-based principles.
Join the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy as we host a panel overview discussion of Connecticut's state budget, the recent federal stimulus packages, American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding, and what they all mean for philanthropy. Speakers include Keith Phaneuf from the CT Mirror and Gian-Carl Casa from the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance.
Please join the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy and Bill Logue of The Logue Group for our funders workshop on having constructive conversations for difficult topics.
Join the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy as we host a conversation with Mayor Bronin about how the state and municipalities, in particular Hartford, are going to be spending American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding.
A three-part virtual series on the values and practices of what it means to be a trust-based grantmaker. In this session, we’ll explore why trust-based philanthropy is trending, fundamental values, and the roles of staff and board in cultivating the culture of trust that is required in order to make this work successful.
Two-Part Series for CCP Members: Planning for a Safe Return to the Office
For CCP members who have responsibility for program implementation and grants management.
The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy is excited to announce the launch of a statewide network for philanthropy professionals of color, the first of the Council's peer networks that is based in identity.