STAMFORD, CT -- For decades, some of the country’s leading universities, museums and hospitals have opened wings, halls and new buildings bearing the name Sackler. But the shine has come off the letters embedded in all that marble and granite, as members of the Sackler family have become targets for a growing number of prosecutors and protesters pursuing their company, Purdue Pharma. CCP President Karla Fortunato is quotes several times in the article.
Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Granting
FARMINGTON, CT -- Children's Fund of Connecticut and Child Health and Development Institute President and CEO Jeffrey Vanderploeg teamed up with past president and CEO Judith Meyers to share tips for running a successful foundation in the January issue of Grant Makers in Health. Their article was based on CHDI's Celebrating 20 Years publication and includes five key components and nine lessons learned.
WASHINGTON, DC -- The news any given day is filled with warnings of "doom loops," inverted yield rates, and other wonky predictors of a recession. A downturn is likely for 2019, economic cognoscenti say, if not inevitable by 2020, particularly given the drag of the monthlong federal-government shutdown.
EAST HADDAM, CT – Jennifer Height, Liberty Bank’s Moodus branch manager, has been inducted into the Liberty Bank Volunteer Hall of Fame, the bank’s highest honor for community service by its employees.
HARTFORD, CT -- The residents of Connecticut are the fifth most generous in the nation, according to a new analysis by the financial website WalletHub.
BERLIN, CT -- The Comcast Foundation announced, today, that they have awarded over $20,000 in grants to 15 Connecticut organizations in support of their volunteer efforts during Comcast Cares Day, which took place earlier this year.