This one-page report gives you quick information about Connecticut individuals' itemized and estate giving and basic information about Connecticut foundations, including their number, size and annual giving.
The most recent Connecticut and national information available on charitable bequests made through estates over $2,000,000.
The Connecticut Grantmaking Highlights is a bi-annual analysis of organized private Connecticut philanthropy from Connecticut Grantmakers Online (CGO), a database that includes profiles of Connecticut funders.
The 2012 report includes 14 campaigns seeking funding in the Fairfield County area, with 13 organizations reporting a combined goal of $130.5 million.
The 2012 report includes 24 campaigns seeking funding in the Greater Hartford area reporting a combined goal of $191.5 million.
The 2012 report includes 14 campaigns seeking funding in the Greater New Haven area reporting a combined goal of nearly $54.3 million.
Read a summary of the CCP's EngAGEment interviews. Ten key members of Connecticut’s aging network were interviewed to explore important issues and their views on what the philanthropy community needs to know. Although the interviewees have varied roles and vantage points within aging services, similar concerns and priorities emerged repeatedly – along with a variety of ways for funders to become involved.
A thoughtful guide to your choices for philanthropic giving. This comprehensive online publication includes sections on planning, ways to give, why we give, where to give, and what and how much to give.
Individual Connecticut residents donated $3.66 billion to charities in 2013 either through bequests after death ($352 million) or while alive.
The financial summary and chart for fiscal year 2012 of assets and grants for community foundations serving Connecticut. Includes assets, new gifts received and grants with and without scholarships.