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Nonprofit Notebook — April 22, 2019

Connecticut's labor agency has awarded $4.7 million to a pair of manufacturing-training partnerships that will find and train some of the thousands of jobless and underemployed youth and adults...

Freddie McInerney | Director of Marketing and Communications, TheaterWorks

Sean Teehan |

Small budgets and limited resources are challenges small arts nonprofits like TheaterWorks will always contend with, but energy and enthusiasm have carried them through so far, said Freddie McInerney.

CT must rely more on nonprofits for service delivery

John Horak |

I write frequently about the sad state of Connecticut's nonprofit human-services industry. The members of this industry are “charities” as commonly understood, but “industry”...

Some local nonprofits are seeing fewer donations in wake of federal tax law changes

Sean Teehan |

Since the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed Congress in 2017, some Connecticut nonprofits are seeing fewer donations.

Tenesha Grant | Director of Women’s Services, Community Renewal Team

Sean Teehan |

Part of what draws Tenesha Grant to the human-services field is her experience as a teenage mother of two by the time she graduated high school.

Nonprofit Notebook —April 1, 2019

The Connecticut Historical Society (CHS), a Smithsonian affiliate, has named a museum director from New Mexico as its chief executive.

Philanthropy: The values exchange that builds community

Kara Fenn |

It's that time of year again … tax season. And in preparation, you gather the documentation of your charitable contributions.

Public option health insurance bills clear committee

JENNA CARLESSO | CT Mirror |

Legislation that would extend state health benefits to small businesses, nonprofits and individuals cleared a key hurdle Tuesday, winning a favorable vote from the Insurance and Real Estate Committee.

Castelli's nonprofit makes disenfranchised 'feel safe and respected'

Wendy Pierman Mitzel Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Each day, Sharon Castelli takes a walk through the Chrysalis Center's main campus of operations in Hartford.

CT Historical Society appoints N. Mexico museum exec. as CEO

Joe Cooper |

The Connecticut Historical Society (CHS), a Smithsonian affiliate, has named a museum director from New Mexico as its chief executive.

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