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National leader to head Hartford Foundation

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has named Jay Williams, a former assistant commerce secretary under the Obama administration, as its next president.

Mohegan tribe looks to partner with E. Windsor facility

Patricia Daddona |

The Mohegan tribe, owners of the Mohegan Sun, said Monday they have started talks with Elegant Clinical Services in East Windsor to help provide additional employment opportunities regionally for...

Farmington Bank donates to nonprofits during financial literacy month

To commemorate National Financial Literacy moth, the Farmington Bank Community Foundation made donations to the Connecticut Association for Human Services and the YMCA Larson Community...

Finance panel eyes ending sales tax exemption for nonprofits

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

The legislature's tax-writing panel is considering a measure that would repeal the sales tax exemption on goods and services sold to nonprofits — a provision that saves these entities more than...

The Hartford gifts $3M to develop career centers

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford has donated $3 million to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America to create 30 new college and career centers across the U.S., including one this year at a local club in the city of Hartford.

CMHA clinches fundraising contest

New Britain-based Community Mental Health Affiliates (CMHA) clinched the championship title in the Brackets For Good Hartford online fundraising tournament, raising $46,094 from 185...

Fuel-bank first for heating assistance nonprofit

Matt Pilon |

Hartford nonprofit Operation Fuel, which provides several million dollars in heating and energy assistance to low-income households, has for the first time added a Connecticut utility to its roster...

Former Webster Bank exec. Guenther to lead nonprofit think tank

Patricia Daddona |

The Hartford-based Connecticut Institute for the 21st Century (CT21) has named Robert Guenther its executive director.

N. Britain nonprofit wins 2017 Brackets for Good Hartford tourney

Patricia Daddona |

New Britain-based Community Mental Health Affiliates (CMHA) clinched the championship title in the Brackets For Good Hartford online fundraising tournament, raising a total of $46,094 from 185 donors.

CT, Hartford to benefit from $3.8M job-skills grant

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut and Hartford will share in a nationwide $3.8 million grant aimed at helping residents build employment skills and compete for jobs.

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