HARTFORD, CT -- CCP President Karla Fortunato submitted testimony against Raised S.B. No. 1137.
Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Granting
HARTFORD, CT -- CCP follows up on bills SB1137 and SB38, that would have levied new taxes on nonprofits with endowments, pension accounts, or significant savings accounts.
WASHINGTON, DC -- Nonprofit Quarterly comments on Giving USA's most recent report. With fewer Americans giving to charity, some nonprofits are planning for an uncertain future. Even as "Giving USA" has reported record charitable fundraising three years in a row, the share of Americans who donate to charity is falling.
The December 2017 Digest includes feature headlines: Call for Innovation in Philanthropy Award Nominations; Ongoing Aid for Puerto Rico -- In Connecticut and on the Island; Challenge Moves Forward for CT’s Working Cities; Multimedia Exhibit Focuses On West Hartford's Diversity; Film and Television Students to Use Grant to Inspire Inclusion; CCSU to Offer Innovative Course in Philanthropy; Policy Update; AND regular topics -- PHILANTHROPY NEWS LINKS; SCHOLARSHIP NEWS LINKS; GRANTS & RFPS; EVENTS & OTHER OPPORTUNITIES; PEOPLE and JOBS IN PHILANTHROPY!
HARTFORD, CT -- Funding for private nonprofit human service organizations was cut again last week when Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration announced it would be holding back about $181.6 million in what’s termed a “lapse.” “The human service spending cuts announced today by Governor Malloy come after more than a decade of underfunding of Connecticut’s community nonprofits and repeated budget reductions in recent years,” Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, said. The article also mentions Connecticut Council for Philanthropy's survey on "Grantmaker Response to State Fiscal Crisis."
HARTFORD, CT -- Connecticut by the Numbers comments on CCP's November Giving Voice blog, Grantmaker Response to State Fiscal Crisis.