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Nonprofit Notebook —September 17, 2018

Capital Workforce Partners (CWP), the state's workforce development board in north central Connecticut, said it received a $98,000 grant to improve...

Nonprofits My Sisters' Place, Mercy Housing merge

Gregory Seay |

Two Hartford nonprofits devoted to sheltering and serving homeless and needy people and families in the Greater Hartford region have merged to form Community Housing Advocates (CHA) Inc.

Paula Gilberto | President & CEO, United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut

Sean Teehan |

Paula Gilberto, president and chief executive of the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut, came to the organization by way of another nonprofit.

Junior Achievement consolidates Fairfield County units

Joe Cooper |

Junior Achievement, a national nonprofit with a large statewide reach providing students financial literacy and work readiness services, on Thursday said it consolidated its two Fairfield County...

N. Britain's CMHA to move into former ACMAT Plaza

Joe Cooper |

New Britain-based Community Mental Health Affiliates (CMHA) said Wednesday it purchased The Plaza office tower -- formerly ACMAT Plaza -- at 233-235 Main St., and will move over 200 jobs downtown.

ConnectiCare employees assist local nonprofits

Volunteers from ConnectiCare's Good Deeds program recently gathered at the ConnectiCare Center in Manchester to discuss their shared experience of participating in the new initiative led by the...

Greenfield aims to lift Harriet Beecher Stowe Center's national profile

Sean Teehan |

As Briann Greenfield takes the helm at the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center, she plans to promote the center as a bridge between social justice issues of the past and present.

CT Green Bank takes novel approach to preserve clean-energy mission

Matt Pilon |

In an unusual move for a state entity, the quasi-public Connecticut Green Bank has spun out a nonprofit to help it carry on several key energy-efficiency programs amid a major funding...

Hartford’s LISC taps Horan as exec. dir.

Joe Cooper |

Hartford nonprofit The Local Initiatives Support Corp. (LISC) has named James P. Horan to lead its community development agenda, effective Sept. 17

Nonprofit Notebook — July 9, 2018

The Aurora Women and Girls Foundation, which works to promote women and girls in Greater Hartford, will award grants in 2018 totaling $110,000 to five organizations in Greater Hartford including:

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