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Nonprofits press CT to privatize more social services


Connecticut's private, nonprofit social service agencies released an agenda Wednesday that includes further privatization of state-sponsored services.

Urban League of Greater Hartford appoints new CEO

Joe Cooper |

The Urban League of Greater Hartford (ULGH) on Wednesday tapped a primary care executive from Pittsburgh as its CEO and president.

Fledgling Hartford Land Bank eyes next step in blight-remediation efforts

Matt Pilon |

The Hartford Land Bank, seeded with $5 million in state funds two years ago, has it's work cut out for it.

Hartford Athletic unveils free ticket program

Joe Cooper |

More than 2,000 free tickets will be available for the Hartford Athletic's inaugural season through a new community program launched on Tuesday, the pro soccer club announced.

Cathy Malloy reflects on the struggle for new arts dollars

Frank Rizzo Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Greater Hartford Arts Council CEO Cathy Malloy discusses the struggle for new arts-and-culture dollars.

Hartford Foundation awards $924K to address homelessness

Joe Cooper |

Five nonprofit organizations, including several based in Hartford, are splitting more than $924,000 from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving and the Capital City to combat local homelessness.

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...

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