Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation

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New Haven, CT 06510-3111

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Wednesday, August 25, 2021
HARTFORD, CT -- The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy today announced the election of two new members to the organization’s Board of Directors effective July 2021. Alexis Bivens and Elysa Gordon add a myriad of experiences to the Council board and are a welcome addition. 
Thursday, July 23, 2020
BRANFORD, CT -- Bees and other natural pollinators are incredibly efficient little critters, but they could always use a little help fulfilling their unique role in the world’s ecosystem — and the Branford Fire Department, working with Sustainable CT, is happy to do what it can to help. Project organizers are asking the community to join the initiative by donating money or volunteering in the effort. All community donations will be doubled by Sustainable CT’s Community Match Fund, funded by the Smart Seed Fund, Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, and the Connecticut Green Bank, provides a dollar-for-dollar match to donations raised from the community, doubling local investment in projects.
Monday, April 13, 2020
NEW YORK, NY -- Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation's art program director, Heather Pontonio @HPontonio is quoted on how the foundation is working to respond to COVID-19. “Collectively, this whole group is trying to figure out how to get money on the ground as fast as possible,”
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
NEW YORK, NY -- A coalition of more than twenty national arts funders, including Connecticut's Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, has launched an emergency relief fund that will provide millions of dollars to artists struggling financially in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States.
Friday, September 7, 2018
NORWALK, CT -- Norwalk is the latest Connecticut municipality to join Sustainable CT, a statewide initiative that offers detailed array of sustainability best practices, tools and resources, peer learning, and opportunities for recognition. The town of Thomaston joined the initiative in July. Three Connecticut philanthropies – The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, the Hampshire Foundation, and the Common Sense Fund – have supported the program’s development and launch.