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United Health Foundation Grants $2.35 Million to Hartford…

HARTFORD: United Health Foundation announced $2.35 million in grants to The Governor’s Prevention Partnership and to The Village for Families & Children to help the agencies “increase local education, outreach and engagement among Hartford teens and their families.” The grants will fund separate, three-year initiatives with each partner. “Addiction is a disease, and together we can treat and prevent it. These programs will help further…

New President at Connecticut Council for Philanthropy

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PRESS RELEASE HARTFORD, CT -- Following a national search, the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (CCP) announces that Karla Fortunato will be its new president, effective May 1. Fortunato comes to CCP after 13 years at the Health and Environmental Funders Network (HEFN), a national alliance of 60 philanthropic organizations based in Rockville, MD. As director of HEFN, she has managed its programming, outreach, and…

Comcast Sends A Wire Transfer

BERLIN: The Comcast Foundation has awarded nearly $740,000 in grants to 23 nonprofit organizations in New England in 2016. According to the foundation it focuses on “expanding digital literacy, promoting service, and building tomorrow’s leaders.” The Comcast Foundation was founded by Comcast Corporation in 1999. In Connecticut the following groups received grants, totaling $134,000. ARC New London County, Norwich - $10,000 Boys & Girls Club of…

woodbridgeNEW HAVEN:  Woodbridge International, a global mergers and acquisitions firm, is announced it’s client company, Rad Source Technologies, Inc. to Weihai Weigao Equity Investment Management Company Limited.

Rad Source Logo Lt Blue Stripes Vector 12Rad Source Technologies is a Suwanee, Georgia-based designer and manufacturer of X-ray irradiation systems used in a broad range of applications such as blood irradiation,

tullerWETHERSFIELD: Donald Tuller, co-owner of Tulmeadow Farm in West Simsbury and President of Connecticut Farm Bureau Association, Inc., was elected to represent 12 Northeast states on the Board of Directors of American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF)

“This is a great honor, but also an important responsibility,” says Tuller. “It has been at least 18 years since a Connecticut Farm Bureau President was elected to serve on the national board. The perspective of New England agriculture within the Northeast is something I really want to make heard. Our experience growing and marketing farm products here is different from the southeast, the Midwest and the far western states. It’s great to be a voice at the table.”

Press Release: Hamden Regional Chamber of Commerce
Vendor Registration Open for Business & Community Expo
 
HAMDEN: The Hamden Regional Chamber of Commerce has opened vendor registration for its 2017 Business & Community Expo on April 11 at Hamden High School, 2040 Dixwell Ave., Hamden. Discounted booth rates will be offered until February 24.
Each year the HRCC's Business & Community Expo connects more than 100 vendors to their community, allowing them to showcase their offerings as they meet future customers. More than 1,000 spectators are expected to attend this year's event, which the HRCC is energized to announce is returning to community favorite Hamden High School.