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HARTFORD, CT -- The Public Policy Update for March 2016 features National and State updates on issues important to philanthropy including the Foundation on the Hill, the Working Cities Challenge - Connecticut, CT Budget Focus and Proposed Bills Taxing Nonprofits.
The 2012 report includes 14 campaigns seeking funding in the Fairfield County area, with 13 organizations reporting a combined goal of $130.5 million.
The 2012 report includes 14 campaigns seeking funding in the Greater New Haven area reporting a combined goal of nearly $54.3 million.
This GEO publication argues that doing due diligence well means striking a balance between obtaining the information you want and need as a grantmaker and not asking for so much that it places an undue burden on the grantseeker.
Before submitting your news for the Connecticut Philanthropy Digest, read over "What is News?" to help you decide whether or not it is newsworthy.
This investigation reveals common patterns among small family foundations that have thrived in the world of policy philanthropy. This publication spotlights efforts by four foundations, including Connecticut's William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund.
Access recommended resources from the June 12, 2014 Scholarship Program, including: "The Impact of Award Displacement on Students and Their Families;" "Paying It Forward;" and "Does More Money Matter."
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.
Grantmakers learned about challenges and opportunities affecting Connecticut’s growing aging population, and heard about the priorities and resources the State is providing.
Find disaster relief information and resources for funders or individuals who want to support organizations in regional, national or world wide responses.