Public Policy Update

The 2018 Legislative Session ended on Wednesday, May 9 with a bipartisan budget agreement to fund the state for FY19. Among other things, the budget agreement:
• Funds a wage increase for DDS providers
• Provides a 1% increase for other human services providers.
In addition to the budget, a significant amount of legislative activity about issues that effect nonprofits took place. Stay tuned for session wrap-up information soon!

Cost Savings Opportunities with Alliance Allies!

The Alliance Allies vendor program connects nonprofit members with businesses that have experience and expertise serving nonprofits – businesses and consultants that understand the unique challenges nonprofits face and their needs. Get the services and products you need to be effective while creating new efficiencies and saving your organization money.

For information about participating vendors, visit the Member Marketplace – an online directory of businesses and consultants that specialize in serving nonprofit organizations in Connecticut.

 

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Wed 18

Harness the Power of Public Relations

July 18 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Wed 18

Community Justice Division

July 18 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Tue 24

I/DD Division

July 24 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
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Adult Behavioral Health Division

July 26 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

Nonprofit Member Events

To help create greater awareness of nonprofit work in our communities, and to facilitate nonprofits collaborating and supporting each other. The Alliance is proud to highlight events held by member organizations.

 

News

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Westfair | Survey: Nonprofits’ tax-exempt status under attack

Survey: Nonprofits’ tax-exempt status under attack By Kevin Zimmerman – July 9, 2018 A member survey conducted by the Connecticut Community Nonprofit Alliance has found that an increasing number of municipalities in the state are denying or challenging nonprofits’ property tax exemptions. A total of 35 nonprofits responded to the survey, with 66 percent saying… Read more »

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