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$300K grant to help expand health, housing program for homeless

John Stearns |

The United Health Foundation and Partnership for Strong Communities (PSC) today announced a new partnership grant to help reduce emergency department visits by the homeless.

UConn expanding successful nonprofit management program

Six years after UConn launched a program to assist Hartford area professionals to transition from corporate to nonprofit management, the successful job-training program is expanding.

CTData: Exploring the data we have, and how to use it

Michelle Riordan-Nold | CTData |

Data; big data; public data; data science; data driven decision making – terms that are bandied about in public discourse, but what is really meant? The Connecticut Data Collaborative is a...

After HQ upgrade, HARC expects big savings

Matt Pilon |

HARC Inc., a nonprofit program provider for people with intellectual disabilities, has completed an upgrade of its Hartford headquarters that it expects will save it more than $16,000 a year in...

Hartford Foundation plays vital role aiding Capital City

Linda J. Kelly |

In a recent op-ed piece, the author suggested the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving might lessen the burdens of government for the city of Hartford as it struggles with long-term budget deficits.

Nonprofit Profile: Social Enterprise Trust Inc. (reSET)

A look at the finances and leadership of the nonprofit Social Enterprise Trust Inc. (reSET), as well as other nonprofit news from Greater Hartford.

Collins hopes summer, fall aid HSO’s revival

Keith Griffin |

A Q&A with Steve Collins, executive director of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.

Hartford seeks fiscal solutions outside bankruptcy

Gregory Seay | 1

A bankruptcy filing by the city of Hartford is one of several options for solving the city's fiscal woes, its mayor says, but legally declaring insolvency is at the bottom of a list of solutions the...

Could Hartford Foundation help solve city’s budget crisis?

John Horak |

The relationship between our government and nonprofit organizations (whether they have an endowment or not) has taken on attributes of a tug-of-war over resources.

Adamson to lead Operation Fuel

Hartford’s Operation Fuel Inc. says it has hired Karen Adamson, a veteran Connecticut educator and nonprofit executive, as its new executive director, effective June 20.

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