The Early Childhood Funder Collaborative, a project of CCP, is please to share its new paper, Full, Equal, and Equitable Partnerships with Families: Connecticut’s Definition and Framework for Family Engagement.
Connecticut Council of Philanthropy was one of 33 philanthropy serving organizations that signed onto a letter opposing the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census.
ACCP's August 2018 Blog Post about the History of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
The data in Center for Effective Philanthropy's report can inform foundation leaders and staff as they consider how they can most helpfully engage with their grantees on the topic of diversity.
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy was on of more than 190 foundations and philanthropy serving organizations from across the country to have signed onto a joint Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) statement in support of children and families seeking refuge in the United States.
CCP's 2018 Strategic Vision describes its comitments and five strategies for moving forward.
The Connecticut Giving Report covers individual and foundation giving for calendar year 2015, the most recent year available for comparable data.
The Membership Application is for Grantmakers and includes the application, support scale and how to compute support.
The Connecticut State Office of Early Childhood (OEC) has provided a 2018 Legislative Session Update on how the OEC fared in the state budget, as well as important bills that were passed, including two agency bills.
Access materials from CCP's 2018 Conference held on May 16, 2018. Materials include session and keynote PowerPoints, session handouts, visual notetaking images, videos, and photos.
Get acquainted or reacquainted with all CCP has to offer its members in this recorded webinar. The presentation includes a guided tour of CCP’s website.
One of the most requested tools by CCP members is Council on Foundations' Grantmakers Salary and Benefits Report, which offers the most comprehensive information in the field of grantmaking on compensation levels and salary administration.
The Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, in conjunction with researchers at DataHaven, has developed their first “Report on the Status of Women and Girls in Eastern Connecticut.”
From The Foundation Review's December 2017 article examines funder collaboration illustrated by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and Education First's funding efforts to support the Common Core State Standards in the nation's K-12 public education system.
Giving in Connecticut 2016 looks at charitable giving in Connecticut for calendar year 2014 and includes individual giving through reported contributions, bequests made through estate giving, and foundation giving. Giving in Connecticut 2016 uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the IRS Statistics of income Division, the Foundation Center, and self-reported data gathered by CCP.
Connecticut Association for Infant Mental Health (CT-AIMH) and their Early Childhood Trauma Collaborative partners are striving to increase the competency and capacity of the workforce serving infants and young children and their families to address the needs of children and families experiencing, or who have experienced trauma. In preparation for this work Lorentson Consulting was contracted to conduct a comprehensive statewide needs assessment in line with the tenets of participatory evaluation. The report was made possible by the Early Childhood Funder Collaborative, a project of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy.
The CCP Board is reaching out to members to identify possible board candidates to help discover the right individuals for volunteer leadership.
Find resources to help learn about, spread the word about and get involved in Black Philanthropy.
This joint publication of The Funders Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities and the Federal Reserve Banks of Atlanta, Boston, Chicago and New York, looks at four cities and how place-based funders are helping in post-recession economic recovery.
Read the letter that Connecticut Council for Philanthropy delivered to political leaders in Congress and shared with leaders in the state, about preserving the Johnson Amendment "Protect the integrity of America’s nonprofit sector by maintaining the current law that keeps politics and campaign contributions out of the work of charities."