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The March-April Digest includes news about Nancy Roberts stepping down from the Council; four CT school districts receiving $1.8 m for advance student learning; two reports about junvenil justice; a partnership for recruiting workers; a report on children's dental coverage and more!

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HARTFORD, CT -- Nancy Roberts, who has led the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy since 1991 through a period of great change and growth, has announced that she will step down as President by the end of March, 2013.

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Lead Article: President's Message - Farewell from Nancy Roberts.

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The February Digest includes news about Hartford Promise; The new State Office of Early Childhood; Public Broadcasting support; Waterbury's "Health Call" and more!

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Lead Article: 2012 in Review; New Council Reports

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(WESTPORT, CT) Newman’s Own Foundation, the organization started by the late actor and philanthropist Paul Newman, has made grants totaling $950,000 to 11 organizations in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

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FARMINGTON, CT -- Few people have a second act as successful as movie star Paul Newman, whose Newman's Own Foundation will give the most it ever has, $30 million, to charitable causes this year —100 times the amount donated in the first year of Newman's Own.

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Betty Hale has been named the recipient of the 2012 John H. Filer Award by the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy for her leadership in promoting private action for the public good.

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(HARTFORD, CT) Kate Miller, executive director of The Fund for Greater Hartford, has been named recipient of the 2012 Martha S. Newman Award by the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy.

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