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HARTFORD, CT -- Connecticut Health Foundation seeks a program officer to support strategies to advance the foundation’s health equity goals and objectives.

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CHESHIRE, CT -- A team effort full of heart will help more than 100 non-profits in more than 20 towns in the Greater Waterbury and Litchfield Hills areas continue their important work during the COVID-19 pandemic. That team effort is happening at Marion Manufacturing in Cheshire, where workers have volunteered their time to unpack a truck load of PPE so representatives from the non-profits could pick them up. We’re talking about 200,000 surgical masks, 4,000 face shields, close to 800 N-95 masks. All of that made possible because of donations made to a COVID-19 Response Fund by the Greater Waterbury United Way and the Connecticut Community Foundation.

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HARTFORD, CT -- The Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) Board of Directors awarded $3M in grants as part of the newly established FY 2021 CHEFA COVID-19 Grant Program.

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NEW CANAAN, CT -- The Tow Foundation seeks a Communications Associate to develop, execute, and support strategic communications and other activities to advance The Tow Foundation’s goals and objectives.

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NEW LONDON, CT -- The Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition announced Tuesday that in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has established the CultureSECT Economic Recovery Fund at the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut. The initiative will support local arts and culture institutions, and individual artists. The Cultural Coalition will recommend awards to be made through the Community Foundation.

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WATERBURY, CT -- To support Greater Waterbury through the Covid-19 public health crisis, the American Savings Foundation board of directors awarded a $18,000 grant to Greater Waterbury Interfaith Ministries (GWIM). 

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