CCP is compiling funder reponses to the COVID-19 pandemic and curating resources for funders and nonprofits.
Find COVID-19 Response Funds from CCP Members and other funders.
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.
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.
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.
The Membership Application is for Grantmakers and includes the application, support scale and how to compute support.
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.
The CT Early Childhood Funder Collaborative (ECFC) is pleased to share their new report.
Reporting grants data is the solution to the incomplete grants data picture in Connecticut. Find out why Main Street Community Foundation CEO Susan Sadecki is now reporting her grants data to Foundation Center.
This report by Center for American Progfress provides the theoretical framing for placing equity concerns at the center of policymaking in workforce development.
The New York Times reports on the University of California's Shift Project's new research: African-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities — particularly women — are much more likely to be assigned irregular schedules, and that the harmful repercussions are felt not just by the workers but also their families.
Workforce Matters is a peer network of funders that draws on expert and practitioner knowledge to strengthen workforce development philanthropy and advance equitable access to quality education and employment for young people and adults.
Connecticut Voices for Children's report reveals the likelihood and heightened risks of an inaccurate count during the 2020 Census.
The Greater New Haven Community Index 2019: Understanding Well-Being, Economic Opportunity, and Change in Greater New Haven Neighborhoods, is a comprehensive, 120-page report that describes the communities and neighborhoods that make up the Greater New Haven region, and uncovers the opportunities and issues facing the area.