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Hartford Foundation to split $2.9M among 29 communities

Joe Cooper |

After a statewide listening tour, the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has awarded $2.9 million to address a lack of resources in the 29 municipalities the community chest serves.

Hartford’s Riverfront Recapture scores $200K grant

Joe Cooper |

Hartford nonprofit Riverfront Recapture has been awarded a $200,000 grant from Bank of America for leadership training and to boost its innovation fund.

Nonprofit Notebook —October 29, 2018

The Savings Institute Bank & Trust recently raised nearly $4,000 through its quarterly employee-funded caring and giving program. The donations went...

Insurance exchange aims to raise profile, attraction of small business health insurance option

Sean Teehan |

Connecticut's insurance exchange, Access Health CT, is trying to raise the profile and attraction of its small-business health insurance plans.

$1M donation launches Boys & Girls Club of Hartford’s new fundraiser

Joe Cooper |

Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford (BGCH) announced a new fundraising campaign Friday aimed at financing a new facility in the Capital City’s South End.

Ex-Riverfront Recapture CEO Marfuggi dies at 77

Joe Cooper |

Former Riverfront Recapture CEO and President Joe Marfuggi, who led the nonprofit for 29 years, died Thursday after an extended illness. He was 77.

Nonprofit Notebook —October 8, 2018

The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving has launched a new investment arm that will include collaborative investments in companies, organizations and funds that...

Millennial-driven groups' pro-Hartford sentiments aim to woo young professionals

Joe Cooper |

Millennial-driven groups are sprouting up in Hartford and the suburbs to change the image of, and woo young professionals to, the city and region.

HBJ names Community Excellence & Nonprofit Award winners


The Hartford Business Journal has named its inaugural class of Community Excellence & Nonprofit Awards winners.

CERC’s Santy to retire next year

Matt Pilon |

After a dozen years at the helm of the economic development nonprofit Connecticut Economic Resource Center, Robert Santy plans to retire next year.

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