COVID-19 Response Resource Center

The Alliance is working to help nonprofits respond to the COVID-19 crisis and advocating at all levels of government for resources and for priority to be placed on essential nonprofit services. We will continue to communicate with our members and do what we can to help them through these troubling times. Below, please find a list of important resources from The Alliance, our national partners, state agencies and more. We will keep this section of our website up-to-date as information changes.

Gov. Lamont Conference Call with Nonprofits
On Friday, March 27, Gov. Ned Lamont held a conference call with The Alliance and our members. You may listen to a recording of the call below:

State Agency Resources
Links to CT State Agencies that have set up dedicated webpages for COVID-19 responses.

Federal Resources

Alliance Advocacy
The Alliance continues to be in regular contact with state agencies regarding their specific responses and directives to community providers. We have also been in regular contact with the Office of the Governor and CT’s congressional delegation.

Philanthropy Response: Keep up to date on grant resources on the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy’s COVID-19 resource page.

Alliance White Paper: Increase Funding for Community Nonprofits


The Alliance released a White Paper that explains why $461 million should be restored to nonprofit services, makes the case why the legislature must act now, and provides real examples from community nonprofits about what has been lost since 2007 – and what could be gained by a meaningful increase in funding. Connecticut’s budget outlook is the strongest it has been in over a decade and revenue is projected to continue to grow. That’s money that would be available to help people in need and provide for the staff who support them.

Click here to read the White Paper.

The Alliance’s Job Board

Job Seekers

Looking for a career at a nonprofit? Check out The Alliance’s Job Board, where you can search nonprofit jobs, upload your resume and set up job alerts to receive notifications when a new job is posted.

Nonprofits

Post your jobs and quickly find qualified candidates for your nonprofit job. Place your jobs in front of the most qualified applicants, search our resume bank, limit applicants to only those who are qualified, and fill your job quickly. Alliance members receive a discount! Click here to learn more!

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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Mon 06

Clinical Directors Forum

April 6 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Tue 07

I/DD Business Managers Forum

April 7 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Tue 14

Children’s Division

April 14 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Wed 15

Community Justice Division

April 15 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Thu 23

Adult Behavioral Health Division

April 23 @ 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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CT Mirror: Providers warn coronavirus is straining Connecticut’s safety net

by KEITH M. PHANEUF MARCH 20, 2020 Connecticut’s social services safety net is bracing for a double-whammy as the coronavirus crisis intensifies. Dozens of nonprofit group homes are preparing emergency quarantine scenarios — if necessary — as they struggle to maintain residential services for the developmentally disabled, the mentally ill, drug addicts and others. At… Read more »

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