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HARTFORD, CT -- Hartford Business Journal included CCP President Karl Fortunato's commentary from the "2019 Connecticut Giving Report" in their print publication.

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NORWALK, CT - Fairfield County's Community Foundation is seeking a Director, Immigrant Support Fund to execute FCCF's long-term strategic plan and day-to-day operations to promote the economic, educational, physical, emotional, and social
wellbeing of immigrants in Fairfield County.

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NORWALK, CT - Fairfield County's Community Foundation is seeking a Director, Advocacy and Capacity Building to direct the Foundation’s advocacy, public policy and capacitybuilding initiatives, including the Center for Nonprofit Excellence.

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NORWALK, CT - Fairfield County's Community Foundation is seeking a Manager, Community Capacity Building to lead the Foundation’s community/resident outreach and engagement efforts in partnership with the Director of Advocacy & Capacity Building and the community impact team.

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NORWALK, CT - Stepping Stones Museum, Children’s Learning Centers of Connecticut (CLC), Filling in the Blanks, and Wholesome Wave are proud to announce their new collaboration titled Fueling Families. This five-week pilot program provides food, nutrition education and literacy support services for preschoolers in need in Stamford and Norwalk. Support for the pilot program came from: Ritter Family Foundation, Aiello Charitable Foundation, Ernest and Joan Trefz Foundation, Grace J. Fippinger Foundation, Rita and Leo Greenland Foundation, George A. and Grace L. Long Foundation, FactSet, Fairfield County Bank, First County Bank Foundation, Nestle Waters, People’s United Community Foundation, General Re, Palmer’s Darien, Bigelow Tea, and Bob’s Discount Furniture.

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NEW HAVEN, CT - NHS New Haven is seeking a Development Communications Specialist to develop and implement strategies for donor and audience engagement that result in NHS reaching its funding goals.

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ENFIELD, CT -- Starting this fall, Asnuntuck Community College students will be able to connect with health and wellness professionals on the school’s 170 Elm St. campus. With a $25,000 grant it recently received from the Connecticut Health Foundation, the college plans to establish a “health and wellness hub” where students can connect with acommunity health care providers.

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HARTFORD, CT -- With the support of up to $2.1 million (depending on number of students participating) from the City of Hartford (up to $1,000,000), the State of Connecticut/Connecticut Department of Labor (up to $696,000), and the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving (up to $526,000), the 2019 Summer Youth Employment Learning Program will serve more than 1,000 participants in Hartford and up to 1,500 throughout the region. 

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DERBY, CT -- The Valley Community Foundation’s Board of Directors is pleased to welcome Thomas Sutnik, a Shelton-based estate attorney, and Terry Jones, who has run the seven-generation Jones Family Farms for 50 years.

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GROTON and NEW LONDON, CT -- Recent grants awarded to the Eastern Connecticut Community Gardens Association will support ongoing projects in Groton and New London. A grant from the Newman’s Own Foundation, given as part of the foundation’s food access and education mission, will support Grasso Technical High School’s farm-to-table programming.

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