HARTFORD, CT - Individuals and foundations in Connecticut gave $4.51 billion in charitable contributions during 2014*, according to Giving in Connecticut, an annual report published by the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (CCP).
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HARTFORD, CT -- Connecticut By The Numbers Reports on CCP's Giving in Connecticut: The latest report from the Connecticut Council of Philanthropy (CCP), which highlights philanthropic giving in Connecticut shows that as giving across the U.S. has increased, the opposite is true of Connecticut, even as individual giving – which makes up the lion’s share of giving – has increased.
WATERBURY, CT -- Carol Buckheit, Senior Communications Officer at the Connecticut Community Foundation, writes about the importance of and steady growth of funds devoted to improving the lives of women and girls.
HARTFORD, CT -- The 2016 Connecticut Civic Health Index report measures citizen engagement in the constitution state in voting, volunteerism and community involvement. A coalition of groups — including the Secretary of the State, Everyday Democracy, the National Conference on Citizenship and DataHaven — launched the 2016 Civic Health Index Report today. The survey evaluates the depth of citizen engagement through a variety of indicators such as voting, volunteering and other forms of community involvement.
HARTFORD, CT -- John M. Horak, a partner with Reid and Riege and past Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (CCP) board member, makes a case for a for-profit charity and uses the "poignant questions" from CCP's 2015 Giving in Connecticut report.
HARTFORD, CT -- Individuals and foundations in Connecticut made $4.66 billion in charitable contributions in 2013, a report from the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy finds.