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Riverfront Recapture launches Riverfront Innovation Fund

Patricia Daddona |

Riverfront Recapture said Monday it is seeding as much as $200,000 to fund new Riverfront Recapture projects and programs.

Williams anticipating more nonprofit funding requests amid budget constraints

John Stearns |

Jay Williams became president at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving in mid-July at a difficult time for the region: the city of Hartford was contemplating bankruptcy, there was a roughly $3.5...

City's Malley takes nonprofit post

Gregory Seay |

Bonnie J. Malley, the city of Hartford's chief operating officer the past 18 months, is returning to the private sector as finance chief for one of Connecticut's largest community hope chests.

Hartford internships net $150K Hartford Foundation grant

Patricia Daddona |

Capital Workforce Partners will receive $150,000 from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving to support its Hartford student internship program.

Report: Home energy cost burden rises

Matt Pilon |

Higher heating prices last winter posed a more “crushing burden” on the state's low-income population, according to energy-assistance nonprofit Operation Fuel.

Brackets For Good nonprofit tourney expanding statewide in 2018

Patricia Daddona |

After raising more than $216,000 in the Hartford region earlier this year, the Brackets for Good nonprofit fundraiser tournament is expanding next year across Connecticut, organizers announced...

Harvard Pilgrim Foundation awards mini-grants

The Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation has awarded eight Connecticut nonprofits a total of $4,000 through its Community Spirit 9/11 Mini-Grant fund.

After two decades, Kane reshapes Harriet Beecher Stowe Center

Q&A talks to Katherine Kane, executive director at the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, who will be stepping down from her post next spring after 20 years leading the organization.

Time running out for donors to save Winterfest

Patricia Daddona |

The iQuilt Partnership has just two weeks left to raise $55,000 and reach its goal of $230,000 -- enough money to open and operate Winterfest Hartford this winter season.

Comcast offering web services to Harford seniors, nonprofits

Patricia Daddona |

Global telecommunications company Comcast Corp. is offering high-speed internet programming in the city of Hartford in an effort to bridge the digital divide, the company said this week.

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