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HARTFORD, CT -- The Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) distributed grants for two COVID-19 reponse programs Artists Respond and Artists Relief.

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QUINCY, MA -- Nellie Mae Education Foundation seeks a Communications Manager to partner closely with the Chief Communications Officer and staff throughout the organization to deliver on a powerful and forward-thinking communications strategy.

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QUINCY, MA -- Nellie Mae Education Foundation seeks a Program Officer to be an important part of a dynamic grantmaking team charged with the design and implementation of new and existing grant funds.

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HARTFORD, CT -- In 2019, the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving and the Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) released a study designed to better understand the dynamics of the Greater Hartford’s arts industry.

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NEW HAVEN, CT -- Laura McCargar, president of the Perrin Family Foundation, recent op-ed in CT Mirror's CT Viewpoints, lifts up youth voice during the coronavirus pandemic.

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HARTFORD, CT -- “While Connecticut has made significant progress, there is still a long way to go to ensure that all of us receive equitable care and an equal opportunity to be our healthiest selves.” That observation from Tiffany Donelson, as she was named as the next president and CEO of the Connecticut Health Foundation, reflects both the many years of leadership by the Foundation, and the challenges that have become even more apparent during the COVID-19 crisis.

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NORTHAMPTON, MA -- Solidago Foundation seeks a Managing Director to shepherd the final phase of an organization with a national reputation within progressive philanthropy for its longstanding history of funding grassroots organizing and movement building. 

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HARTFORD, CT -- The Connecticut Health Foundation has named Tiffany Donelson to be its next president and CEO, effective Sept. 1. Donelson will succeed Patricia Baker, who plans to retire after more than 20 years as the foundation’s founding leader.

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