A spotlight on corporate giving and nonprofits

Read about the winners of Hartford Business Journal's inaugural community giving awards, which spotlight philanthropic and nonprofit efforts.

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Largest not-for-profit organizations in Greater Hartford

Ranked by assets for most recent fiscal year available

1Hartford Hospital, Hartford$1.5 billion
2Wesleyan University, Middletown$1.4 billion
3Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Hartford$1.0 billion
4Trinity College, Hartford$941 million
5The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, Farmington$796 million

Source: Guidestar, Foundation Center and CT Dept. of Public Health

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