BRISTOL, CT -- Main Street Community Foundation recently received notification that it has again met the nation’s highest standard for philanthropic excellence. National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations® establish legal, ethical, effective practices for community foundations everywhere.
Standards, Codes, and Ethics
HARTFORD, CT -- On behalf of the staff and board of Connecticut Council for Philanthropy, Judith Meyers, board chair, Michael Johnston, board vice chair, and Karla Fortunato, president, have penned the following response to the riots in Charlottesville.
NEW BRITAIN, CT -- Community Foundation of Greater New Britain President Jim Williamson has been appointed to the Community Foundations National Standards Board, a supporting organization of the national Council on Foundations charged with accrediting community foundations across the country and fostering standards of excellence in community philanthropy.
A webinar designed for non-staffed or small-staffed family foundations
The Council invites you to participate in a skill-building session that will help you understand how to navigate the winding waters of legal and ethical issues in the field.
The Council's Code of Ethics was adopted by the board in June of 2005.
Reviewed and signed by every Connecticut Council for Philanthropy Director annually.
The formal records retention policy of the Council.
The Council's policy regarding reporting of unlawful or unethical behavior.
The Council's policy regarding the process for determining compensation for key employees.