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Community Conversations on Race
Race is a central issue in our nation and our communities. Community Conversations on Race (CCR) is a nationally recognized project devoted to ending the silence on racism in the Metro Hartford region. CCR brings together diverse groups of people who wish to deepen their understanding of race relations and provide the community with practical recommendations for action which individuals and organizations can take to improve race relations and economically strengthen our region. Learn how you can get involved in the next conversation! Community Conversations on Race is a program of NCCJ.

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Community Health Charities of Connecticut
Founded in 1965, by the Capital Region business community, to provide Connecticut companies the means to support local health charities, Community Health Charities of Connecticut, is a nonprofit partnership of 37 health organizations, which raise awareness and funds for local member charity programs. Community Health Charities impact all of our lives by offering prevention, treatment and support, medical research, and wellness programs in our local communities. 

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Connecticut Association of Nonprofits

The mission of the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits is to support and strengthen nonprofit organizations in building and sustaining healthy communities in Connecticut. To achieve this mission, the Connecticut Association of Nonprofits is committed to the following goals: Enhance public recognition of the importance and role of the nonprofit sector to the people of Connecticut; Provide access to high quality assistance and information on effective nonprofit management and practices; Advocate on issues that affect the capacity of all nonprofits to address their communities’ needs; Foster communication and cooperation among nonprofits.

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Connecticut Council for Philanthropy

The Connecticut Council for Philanthropy, Connecticut’s regional association of grant makers, works to promote and support effective philanthropy for the public good in Connecticut. The Council’s more than 100 members include family, independent and community foundations, corporate foundations and giving programs, and federated funds. Founded in 1969, the Council is an objective voice to advance the case for philanthropy.

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Girls and Boys Town

Girls and Boys Town, the original Father Flanagan’s Boys’ Home, is a leader in the treatment and care of abused, abandoned and neglected girls and boys. Throughout its 85-year history, the nonprofit, nonsectarian organization has provided these children with a safe, caring, loving environment where they gain the confidence to get better and learn the skills to become productive citizens.

Click here to learn how United Way has partnered with Girls and Boys Town to help children succeed.

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Greater Hartford Marathon
Lace up those sneakers and go the distance for our community! Companies can sponsor a team(s) in the Greater Hartford Marathon Team Relay Challenge or 5K Team
Challenge and make this special event part of their in-house United Way Community Campaign. Look for details about the event in 2004 at the Hartford Marathon Foundation.   
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Greater Hartford Arts Council

Greater Hartford Arts Council
The United Way Community Campaign is collaborating with the Greater Hartford Arts Council to promote neighborhood arts and cultural heritage. Through a new targeted area of care, the campaign will support programs that enrich and celebrate our community's rich diversity through arts and cultural activities. Learn more about the programs of the Greater Hartford Arts Council.

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Leadership Greater HartfordLeadership Greater Hartford
Leadership Greater Hartford, Inc. is a nonprofit community leadership organization that works to build a healthy region by developing and supporting leaders in the Greater Hartford community. LGH offers a variety of programs and services for leaders and emerging leaders of all ages. The year-long LGH program, which enrolls 55-60 adults annually, begins in January and meets monthly through November. Learn how you can get involved!

Prospective Board Members Wanted! 
The Community Leadership Board Bank (CLBB) is a partnership of Leadership Greater Hartford and United Way of the Capital Area. The program aims to recruit people who have taken the Board Excellence training; are graduates of Leadership Greater Hartford and other local leadership programs; or are identified through other community organizations that possess the skills and expertise necessary for board membership of a nonprofit organization. 

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Leave A Legacy Connecticut

Remembering your favorite charity in your estate plans is an easy and lasting way to pay tribute to an organization that has special meaning to you. Leave A Legacy Connecticut reaches out to people from all walks of life who want to thank or recognize nonprofits that have been an important part of their lives.

For more information about how you can be part of the Leave A Legacy Connecticut program at United Way of the Capital Area, please contact Lauren Clarke, development director,
860-493-6849 or lclarke@uwcact.org or visit www.leavealegacyct.org.

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