The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization advancing policy solutions for low-income people, has developed a Justification Briefing and Fact Sheet with state-by-state estimates of public funds needed by the child care industry during the pandemic to sustain the viability of our providers.
Find materials for submitting grants data for CCP's COVID Response Grants Data Report.
CCP's Member Check-in on April 10, 2020 included an overview by Dr. Tekisha Dwan Everette, Executive Director, Health Equity Solutions.
CCP's Member Check-in on April 17, 2020 featured an overview on statewide food security by Foodshare's Jason Jakubowski and a weekly update from Lisa Tepper Bates
CCP's Member Check-in on April 3, 2020 included a presentation by Lisa Tepper Bates, from the Office of the Governor, chair of the Recovery/Immediate Needs Subgroup of Commissioner David Lehman's Long Term Recovery Committee.
Connecticut Voices for Children released a second crisis response report, as part of a series of reports, that outlines what the state can do to support children and families during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
Access recordings and materials from CCP's Member COVID-19 Check-in Calls. Please login to access these CCP Members only materials.
CCP launched a new communication summarizing the Top Takeaways for Philanthropy each week, keeping members informed with quick updates related to the coronavirus pandemic and how CCP members can respond effectively and strategically.
CCP is compiling funder reponses to the COVID-19 pandemic and curating resources for funders and nonprofits.
Find COVID-19 Resources for Funders, including webinars and recordings, best practice articles, and more.
Home Grown and the Reinvestment Fund have developed a toolkit to help sustain and strengthen the home-based caregivers and providers in communities across the country.
Find COVID-19 Response Funds from CCP Members and other funders.
Learn how Expanding the Bench is increasing diversity, inclusion, and equity in evaluation, and how this initiative can support your organization's pursuit of equity.
Expanding the Bench Initiative's one-pager that provides rationale behind the importance of including the voices of diverse evaluators in philanthropic work.
What can over a million teachers tell us about the needs of schools? This report digs into the data from 1.8 million teacher requests on the crowdfunding site DonorsChoose to tell the story from inside today's classrooms. We feel this data provides a roadmap for funders seeking to support students directly, but also for funders seeking broader reform of U.S. education policy and systems.
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (CCP) manages a listserv for the Development Officer Network. The listserv is an active forum to post and answer questions related to fundraising and development. To facilitate knowledge-sharing and build a respectful online and offline community, CCP has created listserv guidelines.
CCP's Infographic reviews activities and milestones from 2019, it's 50th Anniversary.
For over years Bridgeport Child Advocacy Coalition has provided Bridgeport with highly valued and comprehensive reports. In the State of the Child in Bridgeport report, you’ll find information on: Juvenile justice and safety; Poverty; Economic insecurity; Early childhood, elementary, middle school, high school, and adult education; Health, well-being, and so much more.
In 2019, several long term CT Early Childhood Funder Collaborative action items became reality. In addition, other efforts including cross agency collaboration and state/philanthropic coordination continued and were strengthened.