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Thanks to everyone who braved the heat for our 2022 Legislative Reception at Hops on the Hill yesterday! It was great to celebrate our legislative champions with those who have worked so hard advocating for nonprofits. CTNPAlliance photo
Yesterday, @GovNedLamont visited @CHRhealth to talk about the increases in mental health funding in the budget. Watch here:
Press Release: Nonprofits Make Historic Gains in 2021 and 2022 General Assembly Sessions: CTNPAlliance photo
The 2022 Legislative Session adjourned this evening with two major victories for The Alliance: First, the state budget passed Tuesday night increases funding for community nonprofits by more than $330 million over two years ago, June 30, 2021.
We thank the leaders of the state House and Senate for approving an FY23 state budget that includes desperately-needed funding increases. The budget includes $220.4 million in new money for nonprofit providers.

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The funding increase for community nonprofits in the budget agreement reached today will improve the lives of thousands of people across Connecticut who are served by nonprofits and the staff who deliver those services.

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As the Governor and legislative leaders meet today to negotiate a final state budget, including an 8% increase in funding for struggling community nonprofits who contract with the state, any reduction in that amount will have a dangerous impact on the state’s safety net.
Gian-Carl Casa said agencies don’t have good answers for the families being asked to wait for help.

“I don’t know how we can go back to people who depend on nonprofit services and say, ‘They [state officials] made other choices.’” @CTMirror
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This morning FEMA published some ancillary documents pertaining to the FY 2022 Federal Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP-S).
These documents can be viewed here: under “NOFOs and Ancillary Documents.”

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