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A donor can be an individual, an institution or an organzition. They help others by making strategic and informed giving decisions with their resources and monetary awards.
Your membership in the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (CCP) offers a wealth of local, regional and national resources that will strengthen the work of your staff and trustees.
The Foundation Administrator Network is for foundation operations and administrative staff and executive assistants of member organizations
Peer Networks offer Council members the opportunity to come together with funding colleagues at like organizations or with similar jobs to share best practices, information about grantmaking priorities, and current challenges and solutions.
Representatives of member organizations who live or fund in identified areas of the state meet to discuss issues specific to their region. These groups are led by chairs and vice chairs from the membership.
Representatives of member organizations who share similar areas of focus, meet to learn and discuss issues that may lead to improved grantmaking, collaboration, possible joint action, and advocacy.
The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (CCP) is an association of grantmakers committed to supporting and promoting effective philanthropy for the public good.
CCP convenes members around areas of interest, geography, foundation type and organizational position to build relationships, learn from one another, and influence grantmaking.