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Wadsworth’s Talbott to retire next year

Susan L. Talbott, CEO and director of downtown Hartford’s Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, will retire next fall after more than seven years in the position, the museum announced Friday.

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Nonprofit Profile: Camp Courant

The Crowley Automotive Group recently donated $70,000 to the Greater CT/Western MA Chapter of JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research...

CT’s ‘nonprofit guru’ steps down after 35 years

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During his three-decade career with the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits, Ron Cretaro has seen the organization evolve from humble beginnings with just a few members to the largest group in the...

Hospital execs express frustration over failed Tenet deals

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After warning state regulators on Wednesday that conditions placed on its acquisition of Waterbury Hospital could scuttle the deal, Tenet Healthcare pulled the plug on its plans to purchase five...

Aetna to award $4.5M for health tech in vulnerable communities

The Aetna Foundation is offering $750,000 a piece to six tech innovators to develop digital-health tools that better serve low-income and underserved communities.

Nonprofit: CT has $784M energy affordability gap

There are more than 305,000 low-and-moderate-income Connecticut households that collectively will be unable to afford $784 million in home energy costs this year, according to a report released...

Southside Institutions Neighborhood Alliance

Ascend Mentoring, a Windsor-based youth and family services program, has received a $1,500 grant from Windsor Federal Savings to support...

Village for Families and Children

The Rockville Bank Foundation donated $1,000 to Amy's Angels in support of their first annual Gala at The Farmington Club.

Nonprofit association head Cretaro to step down

Ron Cretaro, executive director of the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits, will step down at the end of the year to pursue other career opportunities, the association announced Friday.

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