Philanthropy Professionals of Color

Open to all members who identify as people of color

Join your peers from across the state for the virtual launch of this peer network.

2021 Racial Equity Cohort:

Learning and Practice to Advance Racial Equity

A CCP member cohort program for senior and mid-level philanthropy professionals

Planning for a Safe Return to the Office

A Two-Part Program

Join us as we explore the complex questions funders will have to navigate as many organizations consider the return to in-person office operations.

Having Difficult And Constructive Conversations

Understand the complexities of conversations

Join us for our funders workshop on having constructive conversations for difficult topics.

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A Public Service Executive Leadership Collaborative Workshop More information and registration link coming soon. Includes a 30 minute break.... more »
The Council is excited to be relaunching our Health Funder Affinity group. Who is this group for? For funders engaged or interested in grantmaking ... more »
The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy is excited to announce the launch of the statewide Philanthropy Professionals of Color Network, the first of... more »
May 14, 2021
NEW BRITAIN, CT – As part of its ongoing response to the Covid-19 Crisis, the American Savings Foundation has announced a special application... more »
May 14, 2021
NEW BRITAIN, CT – The Robert T. Kenney Scholarship Program at the American Savings Foundation and Wheeler have joined together to pilot a new Scholar... more »
May 13, 2021
Finding and affording quality childcare are the top issues for working parents in Connecticut, according to a new survey released today.
May, 2021
Key takeaways and recommendations to funders from the April 21, 2021 program on vaccine equity in Connecticut. 
April, 2021
CCP Member Program Recap: Vaccines in CT – How Funders Can Improve Equity.