Founded in 1923, the Connecticut Community Foundation is the state's first community foundation. Started by seven local civic and business leaders as the Waterbury Foundation, its original mission was to "improve the social and living conditions in Waterbury and vicinity." The Foundation's service area has expanded over the years and today reaches north to Goshen, south to Oxford, east to Cheshire and west to New Milford.
LITCHFIELD COUNTY — Connecticut Community Foundation has awarded Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust $10,000 for trail restoration at the Mount Tom Preserve in New Milford. Mount Tom is a local landmark...more
LEAP 1.0: for any nonprofit staff member or new executive director who wants to build nonprofit leadership skills, this intensive course offers hands-on training in 7 upper management core nonprofit...more
The Greenwoods Scholarship Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation that manages funds from individual and corporate donors in northwest Connecticut and makes awards to recipients in the names of...more
COLEBROOK — The Colebrook Preservation Society announced it received a $24,000 grant from the Draper Foundation Fund, a fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, to pay for work on...more
JPMorgan Chase Boosts Philanthropic Investments. February 23, 2018. NEW YORK, NY -- JP Morgan Boosts Philanthropic Investments: JP Morgan Chase has announced that it will boost its philanthropic...more
COLEBROOK - The Colebrook Preservation Society (CPS) recently received a $24,000 grant from the Draper Foundation Fund, a fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, to pay for work on...more
The Connecticut Community Foundation awarded the library a $3,000 grant to support a creative writing project for teens called “Young &amp; Published.” The project will build on the library's...more