NEW HAVEN, CT -- DataHaven's 2018 Community Wellbeing Survey will allow unprecedented tracking of regional and local trends over the past three years, as well as create an even more in-depth portrait of Connecticut’s neighborhoods, when updated results are shared this fall.
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TORRINGTON, CT -- The Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation has published, Community Crossroads - Northwest Connecticut - Where we are now and were we are headed. Community Crossroads is an extensive research project focused on the demographic composition of Northwest Connecticut communities – now and in the future – and core community wellbeing indicators, such as housing, employment, education, healthcare and crime
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- The number of new accounts at Schwab Charitable rose 91 percent from July to December last year, over the same period in 2016, the philanthropic-services provider announced Tuesday. The bulk of the grant making occurred from July to December, when Schwab donors gave $900 million through 230,000 grants.
NEW YORK, NY -- Philanthropic organizations have been on edge since Republicans rammed through the monumental tax bill: Will Americans give as generously now that the incentives have completely shifted? Findings suggest that the the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 may deal a particularly devastating blow to charities that make up the private social safety net . . .
NEW BRITAIN and WATERBURY, CT -- The cities of New Britain and Waterbury have made significant progress on many key human services issues over the past decade, according to the “2018: A Demographic, Social & Environmental Scan,” reports released by the American Savings Foundation. The Foundation released a separate report for each city.
HARTFORD, CT -- Connecticut by the Numbers, comments on the individual charitable giving analysis by the Chronicle of Philanthropy and specific giving data on Connecticut.