HARTFORD, CT -- Forty-two percent of the 108 nonprofits recently surveyed by the CT Nonprofit Alliance and Connecticut Council for Philanthropy said they saw a decrease in donations in 2018, or expect a downturn this year. Karla Fortunato, president of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy, which represents grantmakers in the state, can't say for certain why some people seem to be eschewing their regular donations to local nonprofits, but she believes the 2017 federal tax reform law has a lot to do with it.
STAMFORD, CT -- CCP President Karla Fortunato comments on public stance of some organizations and contributions received.
STAMFORD, CT -- CCP President Karla Fortunato comments on the debate of ethics and charitable giving by large donors.
HARTFORD, CT -- Governor Lamont will speak at the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy Forum in Hartford on Thursday morning.
HARTFORD, CT -- Keith M. Phaneuf of CT Mirror reports that Governor Lamont suggests a public private partnership for installation of electronic tolling while speaking to a Forum organized by the Connecticut Council on Philanthropy.
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.