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Connecticut’s Mental Health Landscape Webinar
Funders and Advocacy: What You Need To Know - Alliance for Justice Training
Senior Project Coordinator/Project Coordinator
The Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) is seeking a Senior Project Coordinator or Project Coordinator to work on projects related to evidence-based practice dissemination and quality improvement initiatives in children’s behavioral...
Child and Adolescent Mental Health in CT
Community Engagement Officer, Equity and Inclusion
Director of Grantmaking
DIRECTOR OF GRANTMAKING
The Director of Grantmaking supports and provides vision and strategy for the foundation’s grantmaking efforts. This individual plays a leading role in identifying new grantmaking initiatives that align with the...
Health Funder Affinity Group - March Meeting
The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy invites its members who fund in health to this meeting of the Health Funders Affinity Group on March 23, 2023.
The Children’s Educational Opportunity Foundation of Connecticut is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to lead the expansion of our scholarship offering into a statewide program. The need for better education options for low-income families has never been greater and the ED will be the driving...
2022 Year In Review
Check out CCP's 2022 Year in Review to see our wrap-up of an exciting year.
Advocacy and Public Policy Decision-making Framework
The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy is the leading voice to policy makers on behalf of Connecticut’s grantmakers. CCP works with its members to connect the ideas and insights of the Connecticut philanthropic community to policy makers. CCP will engage in public policy advocacy as one strategy toward its mission of organizing, inspiring, and equipping a community of funders to learn, collaborate, and lead together for sustained impact and social change.
Senior Community Impact Officer (SCIO) - Higher Opportunity Neighborhoods (HON)
Implicit Bias Training
This in-person program is designed to increase awareness, knowledge, and skills related to recognizing and overcoming bias, and learning about culture and cultural differences to become more equity-focused and culturally competent.