Does Your Organization Need Help With:

  • Leadership Development
  • Executive Transition
  • Strategic Planning
  • Revenue Development
  • Accessing Legal Services
  • Something more?

Community Foundations throughout Connecticut connect nonprofit organization with resources they need to grow and thrive. Many of these community foundations have extensive nonprofit support programs, as well as free workshops, technical assistance grants, and much more.

CT Main Street Center encourages local community organizations to get to know their Community Foundation. Click here for a complete list of Community Foundations in Connecticut, and the specific towns they serve.

This month we profile the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving’s Nonprofit Support Program.

The Nonprofit Support Program helps strengthen nonprofit organizations in Greater Hartford so that they can achieve their missions most effectively. Through a robust array of services, NSP encourages you to think about your organization in new ways, connect with other nonprofit leaders, and access the training programs, assessments, grants, loans and experts that can help you strengthen and sustain your organization. Specifically, NSP’s training workshops are offered in the areas of board development, executive management, evaluation capacity, financial management, human resources, and fund development.  Further, we offer organizational and financial management assessments, and grants in the areas of planning (Technical Assistance Grants), financial management, strategic technology, executive transition, and evaluation capacity. The 29-Town Region of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving As Greater Hartford’s community foundation, we bring together the members of our community to share information, understand local problems and put resources behind effective solutions. Our grants support efforts that promise substantial and lasting community benefit; our endowment ensures our region’s continued progress for generations to come. Serving 29 towns, hundreds of nonprofits and more than 750,000 residents.