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BRIDGEPORT, CT - The United Way of Coastal Faifield County is seeking a President and Chief Executive Officer to lead its mission-driven organization.

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HARTFORD, CT -- The Catalyst Endowment Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving is pleased to announce a competitive grant opportunity offering a total of up to $58,000 for one year to one or more eligible nonprofits proposing projects to improve outcomes on juvenile justice.

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HARTFORD, CT -- The state’s child care subsidy program, Care 4 Kids, has received a long-awaited boost that will raise the reimbursement rates for children served under the program for the first time in 17 years.

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BRIDGEPORT, CT -- The Bank of America Charitable Foundation recently awarded a $20,000 grant to Housatonic Community College Foundation to support women who are interested in pursuing a career in the manufacturing industry.

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TORRINGTON — A program that will provide a free weekly box of fresh, local produce for qualified residents from August through November is now open for enrollment. The 16-week “Produce Rx Program” is a collaborative effort of several regional organizations, and will include cooking demonstrations, recipes, and tastings, according to the Community Health and Wellness Center. The food program is possible impart from a grant from the Northwest Building Healthier Communities Fund, a fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation.

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MIDDLETOWN, CT -- The Rockfall Foundation has opened applications for its 2020 Annual Environmental Grant Program, available to non-profit organizations, municipalities, and schools, and has announced a new multi-year grant for schools. Applications are due by November 7, 2019.

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HARTFORD, CT --A federal tax law reducing the incentive for charitable giving and Connecticut’s continual budget woes are putting a squeeze on the state’s nonprofits, according to experts in the field. The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy and the Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance surveyed the state’s nonprofits earlier this year and found 43 percent received or expected to receive fewer donations in 2019 as a result of federal tax law changes, according to data published in May. Individual charitable giving nationwide increased 6 percent from 2015 to 2016, but it decreased 4.5 percent in Connecticut, from $3.81 billion to $3.32 billion, according to CCP’s Connecticut Giving Reports from 2018 and 2019.

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The JUNE 2019 DIGEST includes CCP NEWS - New Report shows Connecticut Giving By Individuals and Foundations Remained Steady in 2016; and Where is #CCP50 Keeps Members Guessing; FEATURED NEWS STORIES - Collective Impact Opportunity Fund Launched with $1.6M; Grant Provides Supports for Hartford Families Impacted By HUD Contract Terminations; and Connecticut's 100-Day Challenges to End Youth Homelessness; Plus -- PHILANTHROPY NEWS LINKS; EVENTS and OTHER OPPORTUNITIES; GRANTS and RFPS; PEOPLE; and JOBS IN PHILANTHROPY!

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HARTFORD, CT -- As the governor and legislators negotiate a bond package to be considered in the upcoming special legislative session, they are considering not funding the grant program this year. Not funding the grant program would mean that while the state is generating a massive surplus for this fiscal year, as much as $1.6 billion, we would still cut assistance to community nonprofits that provide substance abuse and mental health services, house the homeless, provide residential and day programs for people with developmental disabilities, help people re-enter the community from prison, and promote arts and cultural programs that keep our communities vibrant, to name just a few of the vital programs nonprofits provide.

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WINSTED, CT -- Students at Northwestern Connecticut Community College in need of assistance with the basic needs of life soon will have a bit more help. The institution announced Monday it has received a $6,000 grant from the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, which will go to bolster its Student Emergency Fund.

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