Your Voice Counts!

On February 8th, Governor Malloy released his two-year budget proposal, setting the tone of discussions for the next three months about how to close a $1.7 and $1.9 billion budget deficit over the next two years.
Click here to send a message to your legislators to tell them continued funding reductions to community nonprofits will result in program closures and that long-term cost savings can be achieved by converting more state-run services into the nonprofit sector.

Contact Your Legislator

The Alliance is pleased to release the following:  Estimates of state savings of $1.3 billion by converting certain DDS and DMHAS services from state operation to the nonprofit sector; Results of a survey by The Alliance on the impact of 10% budget cuts on nonprofits and the people they serve – for example, over 80% expect to lay off staff.
Click here to send a message to your legislators about these reports using The Alliance’s new Contact Your Legislator application. Remember to follow up with a telephone call within the next 24-48 hours and underscore how your agency, employees and clients would be negatively affected by budget cuts and a failure to increase use of nonprofits to deliver services.

 

Membership

The Alliance speaks on behalf of the over 1,000 nonprofit organizations in Connecticut across all categories: from health and human services programs to arts and culture, that together serve over 500,000 individuals and their families.

Public Policy

The Alliance is a strong and persistent voice for the hundreds of mission-driven nonprofit organizations we represent.

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I/DD Division

February 28 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Education & Training

Nonprofits turn to us every day as a reliable, knowledgeable consultant with the resources and information they need to achieve their goals.

Nonprofit Center

The Alliance operates the CT Nonprofit Center, builds community, shares space, helps reduce some of the burden of back office functions and provides capacity building to enable nonprofits to focus on executing their mission.

Preferred Purchasing

We create meaningful work opportunities and reliable wages for people with disabilities by developing contracts between state agencies and community providers under the preferred purchasing law.

Nonprofit Resources

We provide the nonprofit community with screened, up-to-date sources on effective management and practices so you can find the right resources when you need them.

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News

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CT News Junkie: Nonprofit Alliance Suggests Budget Savings, But Butts Heads With Union

“Instead of coming to the state with their hats in their hands, a group of nonprofit community providers are asking the state to change the way it serves those with disabilities and mental health or substance abuse disorders. “The CT Community Nonprofit Alliance estimated that the state could save $1.3 billion over the next five… Read more »

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