The November 2013 Member eBrief features: Council's Fall Programs; new Fairfield County office; Collaborative consultant hired; Meet New Colleagues and more!
CCP President Maggie Gunther Osborn comments on thoughts from Maya Rhodan, TIME contributor and journalist, as a way to highlight the reality of the government shutdown and its impact on communities and people.
The October Digest includes the following headlines: Philanthropist Inspires 500+ at Aurora Foundation Gathering; Talking About Wealth: Advisors and Clients Don't See Eye to Eye; Norwalk Aquarium to Expand Teen STEM Literacy; Small, Newer Nonprofits Score Big; Number of People Seeking Services is Climbing; Pharmaceutical Leader to Bring More Health Education to More People; More Families to Receive Support for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders; Hartford's Reform Efforts Reported Through Electronic Publication; New Roadmap Helps Community Discover Arts and Culture; CT Health Gives a Booster for Refugee Health Equity. And read the latest announcements and transitions!
The October 2013 Member eBrief features: Council's Fall Programs; Updated Charitable Deduction Infographic; Meet 2 New Member; Meet New Colleagues and more!
Sunday, September 1, 2013
The September Digest includes the following headlines: Partnership Provides Good Eats, Farm-to-table Job Training and Job Placement; Volunteers return to clean Connecticut's shoreline; Funder votes confidence in New Britain school attendance effort; Report endorses "No Wrong Door" health enrollment approach; Foundations, governments invest with Gates, JP Morgan; and "FRED" is fighting Bristol's cyber-criminals. And read the latest announcements and transitions!
Sunday, September 1, 2013
The September 2013 Member eBrief features: Council's Fall Programs; Our New Look; Meet our New Member; The largest organization supporting philanthropy in the world; and more!
The national network of regional associations of grantmakers, to which the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy belongs, represents the largest organization supporting philanthropy in the world. The Council is one of the 34 members of this network which connects us to more than 5,000 grantmaking organizations with a national pool of knowledge, experience and opportunities to leverage our statewide philanthropic resources.
The August Digest includes the following headlines: Partners seek to revitalize historic Waterbury neighborhood; Community Foundation supports key Shubert Theater renovation; Land trusts find allies in preserving 130 acres of farmland; Waterbury, New Haven issue 36-hour local 'giving challenges'; Students from China and Connecticut launch exchange venture, and more!
Featured: Public/Private Partnership Invitation; Council's new Blog; Looking for an Early Childhood Collaborative Manager; and more!
CCP President Maggie Gunther Osborn's welcoming blog post.