One of the most requested tools by CCP members is Council on Foundations' Report, which offers the most comprehensive information in the field of grantmaking on compensation levels and salary administration.
HARTFORD, CT -- The 2016 Connecticut Health Index measures citizen engagement in the constitution state in voting, volunteerism and community involvement. A coalition of groups — including the Secretary of the State, Everyday Democracy, the National Conference on Citizenship and DataHaven — launched the 2016 Civic Health Index Report today. The survey evaluates the depth of citizen engagement through a variety of indicators such as voting, volunteering and other forms of community involvement.
Thank you to CCP members who took the time to take the 2015 Member Survey. Here are some quotes and stats from the survey.
To establish a baseline of information, this past June 2011, the Council surveyed its members and non-members to determine their current “aging” awareness, activities and future programming ideas. This baseline survey was conducted as part of the Council's work on the EngAGEment Initiative, a national program led by Grantmakers in Aging (GIA) on philanthropy and aging issues. The overall goal of this two-year initiative is to build Connecticut Funders’ understanding, interest and momentum around aging issues.