Young People have been at the center of movements for progressive social change throughout the history of our nation.
In March of 2020, in an effort to ensure the safety of youth and communities in the face of the burgeoning global pandemic brought about by COVID19, schools across the state of Connecticut abruptly
Over the past five years, the need for – and power of – young people’s leadership and action in the civic sphere has been palpable.
Check out CCP's 2022 Year in Review to see our wrap-up of an exciting year.
See this directory for the 21 community foundations serving Connecticut across the state They range from small foundations with no staff that generally serve one town, to foundations that serve many towns in a region and are among the largest of their kind in the country.
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