As Connecticut's populations ages, a majority of residents desire and expect to remain in their homes and communities. This overview for municipal leaders offers information about how they can help to foster continued quality of life as residents grow older.
In Connecticut, women’s and girls’ funds have become a force in philanthropy. Read about the growth of these funds over the last ten years.
The 2012 Major and Capital Campaign Reports Summary includes information on 52 major fundraising campaigns in Greater Hartford, Greater New Haven and Fairfield County.
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.
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.
This overview of key issues facing a population that is aging contains recommendations for how the grantmaking communities can engage.