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U.S. Pain Foundation renews CT charity license

Matt Pilon |

Middletown's U.S. Pain Foundation, which recently disclosed its former CEO's alleged misuse of nearly $2 million of nonprofit funds, says it's made a step forward on its road to recovery.

Nonprofit Notebook — January 7, 2019

Community Partners in Action (CPA), a Hartford nonprofit focused on behavioral change and criminal justice reform, has tapped its former chief operating officer as executive director.

Hartford nonprofits, others splitting $31M in CT grants

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut is dividing almost $31 million between 92 nonprofits throughout the state, including a dozen based in Hartford, the governor announced Thursday afternoon.

Middletown foundation: Ex-CEO misappropriated nearly $1.9M

Matt Pilon |

A Middletown-based nonprofit that provides advocacy and education for pain patients revealed Thursday that its former CEO misappropriated nearly $1.9 million over a three-year period, forcing his...

Hartford's Community Partners in Action taps COO as exec. director

Joe Cooper |

Community Partners in Action (CPA), a Hartford nonprofit focused on behavioral change and criminal justice reform, has tapped its former chief operating officer as executive director.

Williams begins a year of transformation for Hartford Foundation

Sean Teehan |

Jay Williams' first full year as president of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving proved to be a busy one.

Former Hartford nonprofit head pleads guilty to embezzlement

Joe Cooper |

The former president of a Hartford nonprofit pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing federal funds meant to benefit low-income people with health challenges, prosecutors say.

CT nonprofits at a major crossroads

John Horak |

With the election in the rear-view mirror, and the 2019 legislative session on the horizon, the state's privately governed social-service organizations are at a fork in the road.

Hartford design, marketing firm to move into closed library branch

Joe Cooper |

A Hartford design and marketing firm says it's moving into the city's defunct Goodwin library branch on Monday, leveraging the space for its use and other community initiatives.

Still time for year-end charitable strategies

Paul M. Kuveke III |

Tax and charitable planning in 2018 may be very different for Connecticut residents due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017.

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