NEW YORK, NY -- Regional associations of grantmakers across the country are proving vital to philanthropy’s response to COVID-19, as the immensity and urgency of the crisis have driven more institutions to prioritize coordination, partnerships and sharing knowledge. CCP President Karla Fortunato is quoted for the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy's efforts to track COVID-19-related grants.
WEST HARTFORD, CT -- Congratulations to two West Hartford residents who have been elected to the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy leadership. Tiffany Donelson, vice president of programs, Connecticut Health Foundation, has been named CCP Board Vice Chair, and Jill Hutensky, senior vice president, Hartford market manager, Bank of America, is a new member of the CCP Board of Directors.
HARTFORD, CT -- During its April board meeting, the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy elected Elaine V. Mintz, vice president of operations, Fairfield County's Community Foundation, as its new board chair to succeed outgoing chair Kathryn Luria, senior vice president of community affairs and director of philanthropy, Webster Bank. In addition, CCP welcomes six newly elected members to the Board of Directors.
NEW YORK, NY -- Inside Philanthropy's series look at the response of funders in different regions of the U.S. to the coronavirus pandemic. This post links to the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy's COVID-19 Resources and Response Funds webpages, and mentions the efforts of CCP menbers, including Aurora Fund for Women and Girls, Bank of America, Connecticut Community Foundation, Fairfield County's Community Foundation, Perrin Family Foundation, and Ritter Family Foundation.
CCP has signed on to a joint statement of philanthropy serving organizations (PSO).
HARTFORD, CT -- CCP sent a letter to the Connecticut Congressional delegation urging support for the nonprofit community in response to the COVID-19 emergency.